Cliff's Edge

★★★★☆
Mediterranean and Eclectic cuisine in spectacular surroundings
  • 3626 W Sunset Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90026

    Map & Directions
  • 323-666-6116

Food

Food
More choices in Los Angeles:
Resultset_next

The Ivy

113 N Robertson Blvd Los Angeles, CA

Resultset_next

Hatfield's

6703 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA

3.9118 68
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Cliff's Edge was?
Write a Review
  « Previous 1
.

WORST SERVICE EVER

3
★★★★★

WORST SERVICE EVER

.

Love the food presentation which trigger me to visit your resto the soonest.

3
★★★★★

Love the food presentation which trigger me to visit your resto the soonest.

.

Best place and really like it.

3
★★★★★

Best place and really like it.

.

The atmosphere is king here- you might have a hard time believing that you just walked off sunset blvd next to the 99 cent store and are suddenly in a secluded tropical forest paradise. I like the brunch and dinner food here, which has a

3
★★★★★

The atmosphere is king here- you might have a hard time believing that you just walked off sunset blvd next to the 99 cent store and are suddenly in a secluded tropical forest paradise. I like the brunch and dinner food here, which has a

.

I have to agree with most the ambiance and garden dcor are really nice, but alas the food is lacking for the cost. Its a real shame as we can afford to eat out most of the time and its not to far for us. Will keep an eye on the reviews

3
★★★★★

I have to agree with most the ambiance and garden dcor are really nice, but alas the food is lacking for the cost. Its a real shame as we can afford to eat out most of the time and its not to far for us. Will keep an eye on the reviews

.

I'd make the argument Silverlake has the best outdoor dining in LA between Cliff's Edge, Cafe Stella and Speranza. Stella and Speranza have better food in my mind, but you can't beat the ambiance of Cliff's patio. Get a group table beneath the patio's centerpiece tree for any special occasion and you can't help but set the night in the right direction.

4
★★★★☆

I'd make the argument Silverlake has the best outdoor dining in LA between Cliff's Edge, Cafe Stella and Speranza. Stella and Speranza have better food in my mind, but you can't beat the ambiance of Cliff's patio. Get a group table beneath the patio's centerpiece tree for any special occasion and you can't help but set the night in the right direction.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

I was blown away recently by a trout dish here. Expertly prepared and very tasty. I would have paid $40 for it at some fancier place in Beverly Hills. I usually come here for brunch but will come back for dinner when I can. Nice cocktail menu, too. A great date place with a fantastic patio that is good even in te winter with the heat lamos going.

2
★★★★★

I was blown away recently by a trout dish here. Expertly prepared and very tasty. I would have paid $40 for it at some fancier place in Beverly Hills. I usually come here for brunch but will come back for dinner when I can. Nice cocktail menu, too. A great date place with a fantastic patio that is good even in te winter with the heat lamos going.

Pros: Ecclectic menu

Cons: No good parking options on weekends

.

This place looked good from the reviews. Called to ask a couple of questions about having a big dinner 20-30 people. Guy on the phone was impatient, extremely unhelpful - he couldn't even give me a range of how much a set menu would be - even after I told him that I did in fact have the menu on their website up on my computer and wanted to ask about some menu options. He patronizingly told me to call back the next day when they were less busy (it's 9:30 Wed). Not getting my vote. If this is what they're like on the phone...there's plenty of good restaurants with good customer care in LA. Learn.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This place looked good from the reviews. Called to ask a couple of questions about having a big dinner 20-30 people. Guy on the phone was impatient, extremely unhelpful - he couldn't even give me a range of how much a set menu would be - even after I told him that I did in fact have the menu on their website up on my computer and wanted to ask about some menu options. He patronizingly told me to call back the next day when they were less busy (it's 9:30 Wed). Not getting my vote. If this is what they're like on the phone...there's plenty of good restaurants with good customer care in LA. Learn.

Pros: looked good

Cons: very unhelpful person on phone

.

I'd make the argument Silverlake has the best outdoor dining in LA between Cliff's Edge, Cafe Stella and Speranza. Stella and Speranza have better food in my mind, but you can't beat the ambiance of Cliff's patio. Get a group table beneath the patio's centerpiece tree for any special occasion and you can't help but set the night in the right direction.

2
★★★★☆

I'd make the argument Silverlake has the best outdoor dining in LA between Cliff's Edge, Cafe Stella and Speranza. Stella and Speranza have better food in my mind, but you can't beat the ambiance of Cliff's patio. Get a group table beneath the patio's centerpiece tree for any special occasion and you can't help but set the night in the right direction.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Foor-for-buck

.

So, ??Thelma and Louise? took me to brunch at the trendy Cliff??s Edge in Silverlake for my birthday. This place is incredible. We sat outside under the shade of an enormous tree which was exploding out of the floor of that portion of the restaurant. I felt like I was eating at a resort in Hawaii. It??s a pretty damn cool spot.

I had the eggs Benedict with rosemary potato wedges. I could have used a little more sauce, but overall a great item to order. The potatoes were perfection. Very cripsy. Louise??s mushroom surprise omelette was devoured in it??s entirety, so I can only assume it was something worth ordering.

I kept my sunglasses on the entire time like a typical LA a**hole, but this was necessary. The sun was not my friend that morning. And by morning, I mean afternoon. The gals ordered mimosas. I noticed the place offered bloodorange mimosas, they looked terrific. I stuck with plain old O.J.

We noticed two guys behind us constantly texting on their phones during their entire meal. Thelma made the joke that they were actually texting each other.

After the meal, I was dragged kicking taken to the Grove to watch Thelma shop for job promotion wardrobe and new sandals. If Thelma were a man, this would be a simple, painless procedure. This was definitely more like major surgery.

But I still had fun, partially passed out in a chair, watching the world go by. Watching the poor harried shoe salesman bring out shoe after shoe after g-damned shoe for Thelma??s bunion encrusted foot.

FOR MORE HONEST REVIEWS, SEARCH ONLINE FOR:

BUN BOY EATS LA

2
★★★★☆

So, ??Thelma and Louise? took me to brunch at the trendy Cliff??s Edge in Silverlake for my birthday. This place is incredible. We sat outside under the shade of an enormous tree which was exploding out of the floor of that portion of the restaurant. I felt like I was eating at a resort in Hawaii. It??s a pretty damn cool spot.

I had the eggs Benedict with rosemary potato wedges. I could have used a little more sauce, but overall a great item to order. The potatoes were perfection. Very cripsy. Louise??s mushroom surprise omelette was devoured in it??s entirety, so I can only assume it was something worth ordering.

I kept my sunglasses on the entire time like a typical LA a**hole, but this was necessary. The sun was not my friend that morning. And by morning, I mean afternoon. The gals ordered mimosas. I noticed the place offered bloodorange mimosas, they looked terrific. I stuck with plain old O.J.

We noticed two guys behind us constantly texting on their phones during their entire meal. Thelma made the joke that they were actually texting each other.

After the meal, I was dragged kicking taken to the Grove to watch Thelma shop for job promotion wardrobe and new sandals. If Thelma were a man, this would be a simple, painless procedure. This was definitely more like major surgery.

But I still had fun, partially passed out in a chair, watching the world go by. Watching the poor harried shoe salesman bring out shoe after shoe after g-damned shoe for Thelma??s bunion encrusted foot.

FOR MORE HONEST REVIEWS, SEARCH ONLINE FOR:

BUN BOY EATS LA

Pros: great ambiance, food is excellent

Cons: quite...uh...trendy

.

My sister in law Sonia told me about this restaurant. We drove from MIssion Viejo and the ambiance did not dissapoint. I had the Lychee Martini and my husband had beer. He enjoyed the scallops with tiger prawns, and I had the filet mignon. They were both healthy portions. OUr waitress was sweet and made suggestions throughout the night even on my next glass of wine which was a cabernet. It was romantic. We sat outside and enjoyed the pillowed seats. It was lovely. When we left we were thanked for coming and will go back again. The meal was a bit pricey for what we got. The creme brulee was fabulous everyone loves extra sugar on top!!

2
★★★★☆

My sister in law Sonia told me about this restaurant. We drove from MIssion Viejo and the ambiance did not dissapoint. I had the Lychee Martini and my husband had beer. He enjoyed the scallops with tiger prawns, and I had the filet mignon. They were both healthy portions. OUr waitress was sweet and made suggestions throughout the night even on my next glass of wine which was a cabernet. It was romantic. We sat outside and enjoyed the pillowed seats. It was lovely. When we left we were thanked for coming and will go back again. The meal was a bit pricey for what we got. The creme brulee was fabulous everyone loves extra sugar on top!!

Pros: The lighting at night, the seating sooo comfortable

Cons: price

.

was here for our xmas dinner with friends. wanted to have some steak so i ordered it medium. it looked good but God i can't chew it at all! it was very tough... i was really hungry so i just ate it anyways, told our waitress about it and gave us a free desert to compensate. still for $29 steak, i expect it to be good!!!

1
★★☆☆☆

was here for our xmas dinner with friends. wanted to have some steak so i ordered it medium. it looked good but God i can't chew it at all! it was very tough... i was really hungry so i just ate it anyways, told our waitress about it and gave us a free desert to compensate. still for $29 steak, i expect it to be good!!!

.

The brunch here is fabulous and the atmosphere is awesome. The food is good, but the service can sometimes be off and on. I'd definitely recommend it for brunch in the area.

4
★★★★☆

The brunch here is fabulous and the atmosphere is awesome. The food is good, but the service can sometimes be off and on. I'd definitely recommend it for brunch in the area.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

Last night was our first time at Cliff's Edge; it has been recommended to us by several friends. My husband and I love to try new restaurants, especially in our new neighborhood. This one exceeded our expectations. We were seated at an indoor table, close to the bar area, which looks like a great place for just drinks. The room had low lighting, but you could still easily read menus without needing a flashlight. The "bench" seats along the walls have really comfortable, long pillows on them. Although the tables are somewhat close together, the acoustics were ideal -- the soft background music added a white-noise effect so you didn't feel like you were intruding on your table neighbors' conversations. The wait staff was very attentive. Our waiter brought bread, dipping oil and water as soon as we were seated and took our drink orders. While perusing the menu, another waitress came by and told us our waiter was also tending to a large group, so she could take our order if we were ready before the waiter returned. We started with an order of french fries and gorgonzola dipping sauce. The fries were thin, crisp, and lightly salted. The gorgonzola was a pleasant change from the typical ketchup. My husband ordered the pork loin medallions, which came with greens and some other vegetables. I ordered the halibut special, which was pan seared, and accompanied by broccolini and squash, and a lovely saffron sauce. The food was incredibly fresh, and the seasonings complemented the food, versus overwhelming it. The portions were perfect, and we each cleaned our plates and were comfortably full. We each had an after-dinner drink. The bill was $116, including an 18% tip, which by Los Angeles standards is a good value considering everything was top-notch. We look forward to go back again, and bringing friends and family when they visit us.

2
★★★★★

Last night was our first time at Cliff's Edge; it has been recommended to us by several friends. My husband and I love to try new restaurants, especially in our new neighborhood. This one exceeded our expectations. We were seated at an indoor table, close to the bar area, which looks like a great place for just drinks. The room had low lighting, but you could still easily read menus without needing a flashlight. The "bench" seats along the walls have really comfortable, long pillows on them. Although the tables are somewhat close together, the acoustics were ideal -- the soft background music added a white-noise effect so you didn't feel like you were intruding on your table neighbors' conversations. The wait staff was very attentive. Our waiter brought bread, dipping oil and water as soon as we were seated and took our drink orders. While perusing the menu, another waitress came by and told us our waiter was also tending to a large group, so she could take our order if we were ready before the waiter returned. We started with an order of french fries and gorgonzola dipping sauce. The fries were thin, crisp, and lightly salted. The gorgonzola was a pleasant change from the typical ketchup. My husband ordered the pork loin medallions, which came with greens and some other vegetables. I ordered the halibut special, which was pan seared, and accompanied by broccolini and squash, and a lovely saffron sauce. The food was incredibly fresh, and the seasonings complemented the food, versus overwhelming it. The portions were perfect, and we each cleaned our plates and were comfortably full. We each had an after-dinner drink. The bill was $116, including an 18% tip, which by Los Angeles standards is a good value considering everything was top-notch. We look forward to go back again, and bringing friends and family when they visit us.

.

First off, there is nothing "Italian" or "Mediterranean" about this place. Just because the menu has Pumpkin Ravioli doesn't make it Italian at all. The service was horrible, the food was so-so, and it was way over priced for the quality of the food. When I asked for some bread, they brought out toasted white bread. No joke! I guess they are trying to make some extra cash so they can afford a sign on the front of the restaurant. Or maybe they are banking that you will pay more because it's sooooo cool that they don't need a sign. Want good Italian? Go to Farfalla on Hillhurst. Less expensive and a hundred times better. Did I mention my wife and I both felt sick after the meal? We also saw the manager picking his nose by the front door... =( gross...

0
★☆☆☆☆

First off, there is nothing "Italian" or "Mediterranean" about this place. Just because the menu has Pumpkin Ravioli doesn't make it Italian at all. The service was horrible, the food was so-so, and it was way over priced for the quality of the food. When I asked for some bread, they brought out toasted white bread. No joke! I guess they are trying to make some extra cash so they can afford a sign on the front of the restaurant. Or maybe they are banking that you will pay more because it's sooooo cool that they don't need a sign. Want good Italian? Go to Farfalla on Hillhurst. Less expensive and a hundred times better. Did I mention my wife and I both felt sick after the meal? We also saw the manager picking his nose by the front door... =( gross...

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: white bread toast, overpriced, service slow.

.

Had wine and appetizers with wife, and paid $90. If you don't care about $, go for sure. Good food and good atmosphere - romantic. But way overprice.

1
★★★☆☆

Had wine and appetizers with wife, and paid $90. If you don't care about $, go for sure. Good food and good atmosphere - romantic. But way overprice.

Pros: food, atmosphere

Cons: price

.

Beautiful restaurant off the beaten path of Sunset. Interior garden setting very 'other-worldly". Attentive staff. Reasonably priced wine list with variety of choices. Healthy portions with the cheese plate appetizer. Would be 5 stars with slightly better entrees, but the feel of the restaurant makes up for the menu's slight shortcomings.

2
★★★★☆

Beautiful restaurant off the beaten path of Sunset. Interior garden setting very 'other-worldly". Attentive staff. Reasonably priced wine list with variety of choices. Healthy portions with the cheese plate appetizer. Would be 5 stars with slightly better entrees, but the feel of the restaurant makes up for the menu's slight shortcomings.

Pros: Interior Garden Setting

Cons: None To Speak Of

.

My boyfriend just took me there for my birthday and I was completely surprised by the ambience. I didn't know there was such place like that in Silver Lake. We sat at the bar and had cocktails before we got seated at the patio, I also liked the inside but it seemed more romantic outside with the summertime weather. I love the the rustic of the outside and contemporiness of the inside. We loved the mussels appetizer but I think that could be a whole meal with a salad. I'm not a big steak person but I did enjoy it and my boyfriend devoured most of it along with the summer risotto speical. We tried to share a apple tartine dessert but was to full to really enjoy it. Service was very nice, even though we had reservation, we had to wait 15 minutes for our table. I guess it's not to bad for Saturday night. It just meant an extra cocktail.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend just took me there for my birthday and I was completely surprised by the ambience. I didn't know there was such place like that in Silver Lake. We sat at the bar and had cocktails before we got seated at the patio, I also liked the inside but it seemed more romantic outside with the summertime weather. I love the the rustic of the outside and contemporiness of the inside. We loved the mussels appetizer but I think that could be a whole meal with a salad. I'm not a big steak person but I did enjoy it and my boyfriend devoured most of it along with the summer risotto speical. We tried to share a apple tartine dessert but was to full to really enjoy it. Service was very nice, even though we had reservation, we had to wait 15 minutes for our table. I guess it's not to bad for Saturday night. It just meant an extra cocktail.

Pros: Ambience, Food,Service

Cons: parking

.

The best thing about this place is the ambience. Food just okay, was not impressed. Service is fine could be better. I would only go back for their very strong Chambord Manhatthans.... yummy!

1
★★★☆☆

The best thing about this place is the ambience. Food just okay, was not impressed. Service is fine could be better. I would only go back for their very strong Chambord Manhatthans.... yummy!

Pros: Ambience, Drinks

Cons: Food, service

.

The ONLY good thing this place has going is its outside decor........IF you can get a reservation there.....It's not that you can't get a reservation, it's just that this is one pretentious restaurant which will not "guaranty" a table outdoors even if you call well in advance. I live in Silver Lake and love so many of the restaurants there, but this one takes the cake for ATTITUDE in a bad way. The food is okay. If you want great Italian/Med food, however, go to Aroma up the street. Heck, you can go to El Caserio on Silver Lake Blvd. for a truly amazing Ecuadorian meal and great ambience. Or if you are going for that outdoor ambience, you cannot go wrong with Edendale Grill on Rowena. But if you want a rude maitre'd or a so-so staff with just-alright food, go to Cliff's Edge.

0
★☆☆☆☆

The ONLY good thing this place has going is its outside decor........IF you can get a reservation there.....It's not that you can't get a reservation, it's just that this is one pretentious restaurant which will not "guaranty" a table outdoors even if you call well in advance. I live in Silver Lake and love so many of the restaurants there, but this one takes the cake for ATTITUDE in a bad way. The food is okay. If you want great Italian/Med food, however, go to Aroma up the street. Heck, you can go to El Caserio on Silver Lake Blvd. for a truly amazing Ecuadorian meal and great ambience. Or if you are going for that outdoor ambience, you cannot go wrong with Edendale Grill on Rowena. But if you want a rude maitre'd or a so-so staff with just-alright food, go to Cliff's Edge.

.

Everything about Cliffs Edge was great - except for the hostess. The decor, food, and service was wonderful. However, I have to say that the hostess' behavior almost derailed the entire evening for my girlfriend and I (the only thing that lowers the rating for the restaurant). Her name is Akila, and she had an attitude from the moment we walked up to her to say we had a reservation (which couldn't be found for about 5 minutes).

I have to say - I've never experienced the kind of sweet toxicity from a host as the kind we received from Akila. She was condescending - even responding to questions with an "AS I ALREADY STATED..." - and everything from her tone of voice to her body language let us know that she thought nothing of us. Even after she knew we were unhappy with her, she would say things like "have a great evening guys!" or "see you later!" in a sing-song voice to taunt us!

Maybe she was having a bad day, or Macy's stopped selling underwear with dickholes in them, but either way, it really doesn't excuse the kind of service we received from this woman.

As we were walking out, we stopped to talk to her manager. My girlfriend overheard Akila nearby saying "I don't give a s**t, I'm going home".

Akila - "she doesn't give a s**t"!

1
★★★☆☆

Everything about Cliffs Edge was great - except for the hostess. The decor, food, and service was wonderful. However, I have to say that the hostess' behavior almost derailed the entire evening for my girlfriend and I (the only thing that lowers the rating for the restaurant). Her name is Akila, and she had an attitude from the moment we walked up to her to say we had a reservation (which couldn't be found for about 5 minutes).

I have to say - I've never experienced the kind of sweet toxicity from a host as the kind we received from Akila. She was condescending - even responding to questions with an "AS I ALREADY STATED..." - and everything from her tone of voice to her body language let us know that she thought nothing of us. Even after she knew we were unhappy with her, she would say things like "have a great evening guys!" or "see you later!" in a sing-song voice to taunt us!

Maybe she was having a bad day, or Macy's stopped selling underwear with dickholes in them, but either way, it really doesn't excuse the kind of service we received from this woman.

As we were walking out, we stopped to talk to her manager. My girlfriend overheard Akila nearby saying "I don't give a s**t, I'm going home".

Akila - "she doesn't give a s**t"!

Cons: Akila - the hostess. She's evil.

.

Was there on 03/08/08 for my girl friends b-day. I must say everything was great. The food was excellent the service was great. This place is truly one of L.A. best kept secrets. You would

2
★★★★☆

Was there on 03/08/08 for my girl friends b-day. I must say everything was great. The food was excellent the service was great. This place is truly one of L.A. best kept secrets. You would

Pros: Romantic

Cons: Smoking allowed in the outdoor dinning area.

.

If you're looking for a romantic or just a relaxing restaurant, this is it. The food and service are great. I love hidden gems like this one and would like to find more. Please share yours with me! (My advice: If you like this restaurant, try "Off Vine" in Hollywood.)

2
★★★★★

If you're looking for a romantic or just a relaxing restaurant, this is it. The food and service are great. I love hidden gems like this one and would like to find more. Please share yours with me! (My advice: If you like this restaurant, try "Off Vine" in Hollywood.)

Pros: Outdoor patio. Relaxed comfortable atmosphere.

Cons: A bit pricey, but you definitely get your money's worth here.

.

Nice ambience, food was good. Went for brunch and got the fritatta and a mimosa. THey have a very wide selection of alcohol. I think it would be very romantic for dinner especially on a warm evening.

2
★★★★★

Nice ambience, food was good. Went for brunch and got the fritatta and a mimosa. THey have a very wide selection of alcohol. I think it would be very romantic for dinner especially on a warm evening.

.

I had been recommended this place by a friend of mine, and was extremely satisfied with the level of service and quality of menu. There are appropriate and subtle deviations in food pairings, and the ambience was superb. Whether you sit on the inside (which we did) or outside, the lighting is very intimate and comfortable at the same time. The wines by the glass were not as impressive, but I would certainly suggest you try this place out. I will certainly be returning myself.

2
★★★★★

I had been recommended this place by a friend of mine, and was extremely satisfied with the level of service and quality of menu. There are appropriate and subtle deviations in food pairings, and the ambience was superb. Whether you sit on the inside (which we did) or outside, the lighting is very intimate and comfortable at the same time. The wines by the glass were not as impressive, but I would certainly suggest you try this place out. I will certainly be returning myself.

Pros: Ambience, privacy, menu

.

This place is in my top fives of LA restaurants. Everytime I've been, with whoever I go with, everyone has an incredible time. Dinner on the porch is really romantic, it kinda evokes a southern plantation or tropical jungle feel...which is a funny combination but it is right on here. The waitstaff is pretty friendly, which is an anomaly in Silverlake. The food is mid-priced, with pastas and salads around $12-14, filet mignon about $25...what gets you is the drinks, but that's pricey anywhere. They make a mean steak, and their pumpkin ravioli is delish. Brunch on sundays is awesome, try the Cliff's french toast...wow. Take friends from out of town there, people are always amazed this sweet little place exists in the heart of LA. You will love this place.

2
★★★★★

This place is in my top fives of LA restaurants. Everytime I've been, with whoever I go with, everyone has an incredible time. Dinner on the porch is really romantic, it kinda evokes a southern plantation or tropical jungle feel...which is a funny combination but it is right on here. The waitstaff is pretty friendly, which is an anomaly in Silverlake. The food is mid-priced, with pastas and salads around $12-14, filet mignon about $25...what gets you is the drinks, but that's pricey anywhere. They make a mean steak, and their pumpkin ravioli is delish. Brunch on sundays is awesome, try the Cliff's french toast...wow. Take friends from out of town there, people are always amazed this sweet little place exists in the heart of LA. You will love this place.

Pros: wonderful food, great date spot, friendly staff, welcoming ambience

Cons: if only they were open Sunday nights!

.

Beautiful place in a nice location. Lovely garden, inside decor and bar. However, we went expecting a lunch menu and they really only had a brunch menu.

The food was good overall but if you're looking for a place to have a nice lunch, I wouldn't recommend.

1
★★★☆☆

Beautiful place in a nice location. Lovely garden, inside decor and bar. However, we went expecting a lunch menu and they really only had a brunch menu.

The food was good overall but if you're looking for a place to have a nice lunch, I wouldn't recommend.

.

What a beautiful restaurant! A great dining experience overall. Very friendly and attentive staff, excellent food, and an amazingly beautiful patio. Who knew a place could be this great and share a wall with the 99 cent store. Ha!!! My boyfriend and I will definitely be back. The mussels appetizer was very good and large portioned. We ordered the lamb and ribeye and were very impressed. Enjoy!

2
★★★★★

What a beautiful restaurant! A great dining experience overall. Very friendly and attentive staff, excellent food, and an amazingly beautiful patio. Who knew a place could be this great and share a wall with the 99 cent store. Ha!!! My boyfriend and I will definitely be back. The mussels appetizer was very good and large portioned. We ordered the lamb and ribeye and were very impressed. Enjoy!

Pros: everything...candles, firepit, huge tree, food, wine, mojitos......

Cons: zip

.

This is my absolute favorite place to bring out-of-towners or westsiders when I want to show them why I love living in Silver Lake so much. It's hard to fine, nothing to look at from the outside, but so beautiful and enchanting on the inside (or on the inside out, since the real draw here is the dining al fresco..you'll see what I mean when you get there). The food is very good. Something to write home about? Maybe not--but they use quality, fresh ingredients and the menu is solid with notes of brilliance (the greek salad is wonderful, the couscous and lamb...a near masterpiece on a crisp fall evening). The real reason to come however, and what I recommend: cuddle up with your honey, have some close friends tag along, install yourselves in the comfy benchseats around long tables, enjoy the night air, sip some good wine and forget that you are anywhere else but in good company....

2
★★★★★

This is my absolute favorite place to bring out-of-towners or westsiders when I want to show them why I love living in Silver Lake so much. It's hard to fine, nothing to look at from the outside, but so beautiful and enchanting on the inside (or on the inside out, since the real draw here is the dining al fresco..you'll see what I mean when you get there). The food is very good. Something to write home about? Maybe not--but they use quality, fresh ingredients and the menu is solid with notes of brilliance (the greek salad is wonderful, the couscous and lamb...a near masterpiece on a crisp fall evening). The real reason to come however, and what I recommend: cuddle up with your honey, have some close friends tag along, install yourselves in the comfy benchseats around long tables, enjoy the night air, sip some good wine and forget that you are anywhere else but in good company....

Pros: Ambiance, Ambiance, Ambiance

Cons: Service spotty but still worth it

.

I have been here 2x now for a friend's b-day party and for my own b-day party and both experiences were great. The food is delicious and on my b-day I had the rib eye steak and I had no complaints about it. This is coming from a guy who knows something about good steaks. The service was friendly and accommodating. It's a cozy place and it's nice to sit outside. I highly recommend this place.

2
★★★★☆

I have been here 2x now for a friend's b-day party and for my own b-day party and both experiences were great. The food is delicious and on my b-day I had the rib eye steak and I had no complaints about it. This is coming from a guy who knows something about good steaks. The service was friendly and accommodating. It's a cozy place and it's nice to sit outside. I highly recommend this place.

.

No better patio in East LA! It keeps me coming back again and again!!! And the food is fantastic!!!!

2
★★★★☆

No better patio in East LA! It keeps me coming back again and again!!! And the food is fantastic!!!!

Pros: patio!

Cons: none

.

Not sure if I would ever return to this restaurant. The waitress was a snotty little wanna be actress, and quite rude.
Although we had a reservation, we had to wait 45 minutes. We were a table of four, when entrees arrived, they only brought three, leaving one of our table to sit for ten minutes waiting for the entree. The entree finally arrived and was luke warm at best. It had probably sat in the kitchen for those ten minutes. Could not find our waitress to return the entree and have it reheated.
Finally a busboy strolled by and we promptly asked him to have the entree reheated. By the time the entree returned to the table the other three guests were finished eating.
Our waitress never returned to see how we were doing, and it was a stuggle to get another drink or glass of water.
The reheated entree, was bland at best. The chef over cooked the entire dish and obviously has an issue with using salt, pepper, fresh herbs etc. They did not exist in the dish. The other guests entrees were average at best. Ravioli - Bland and rubbery, Risotto-stodgy and over-cooked. Leek & Tarragon Tart-All you could taste was the tarragon. It was basically a tarragon quiche. Although the pastry shell was terrific. Cocktails-great.
But I think the biggest problem this restaurant suffers from is the crowds of smokers on the enclosed patio. Our table was surrounded by three tables all of which were smokers. Absolutely disgusting. Why oh why do they allow the smokers to ruin the alfresco dining experience for everyone else. Afterall this is California, one would like to enjoy the out-doors dining as much as possible.
They need to have one area for smokers and another for non smokers. Or ban smoking altogether from restaurant patios, just like in parts of Europe. On second thought, I will not be back. A great shame, because it has great potential.

1
★★★☆☆

Not sure if I would ever return to this restaurant. The waitress was a snotty little wanna be actress, and quite rude.
Although we had a reservation, we had to wait 45 minutes. We were a table of four, when entrees arrived, they only brought three, leaving one of our table to sit for ten minutes waiting for the entree. The entree finally arrived and was luke warm at best. It had probably sat in the kitchen for those ten minutes. Could not find our waitress to return the entree and have it reheated.
Finally a busboy strolled by and we promptly asked him to have the entree reheated. By the time the entree returned to the table the other three guests were finished eating.
Our waitress never returned to see how we were doing, and it was a stuggle to get another drink or glass of water.
The reheated entree, was bland at best. The chef over cooked the entire dish and obviously has an issue with using salt, pepper, fresh herbs etc. They did not exist in the dish. The other guests entrees were average at best. Ravioli - Bland and rubbery, Risotto-stodgy and over-cooked. Leek & Tarragon Tart-All you could taste was the tarragon. It was basically a tarragon quiche. Although the pastry shell was terrific. Cocktails-great.
But I think the biggest problem this restaurant suffers from is the crowds of smokers on the enclosed patio. Our table was surrounded by three tables all of which were smokers. Absolutely disgusting. Why oh why do they allow the smokers to ruin the alfresco dining experience for everyone else. Afterall this is California, one would like to enjoy the out-doors dining as much as possible.
They need to have one area for smokers and another for non smokers. Or ban smoking altogether from restaurant patios, just like in parts of Europe. On second thought, I will not be back. A great shame, because it has great potential.

Pros: Nice patio.

Cons: A lot of smokers on the patio.

.

My wife and I had dinner here on a early Saturday evening. It is recommended to make reservations. Food was excellent. I had the morroccan style lamb stew and she had the rib eye. Both were excellent choices. We also ordered the pumpkin ravioli and a side of french fries for sides/appetizers. Kind of pricey for budget minded people but well worth the price for at least the two dishes we had. We are definitely going to try this place again....

2
★★★★★

My wife and I had dinner here on a early Saturday evening. It is recommended to make reservations. Food was excellent. I had the morroccan style lamb stew and she had the rib eye. Both were excellent choices. We also ordered the pumpkin ravioli and a side of french fries for sides/appetizers. Kind of pricey for budget minded people but well worth the price for at least the two dishes we had. We are definitely going to try this place again....

Pros: Great food.....Service was pretty good.

Cons: Valet Parking is 5 dollars....find street parking if available.

.

This is so funny...I actually witnessed the guy who got tossed out of Cliff's Saturday night. He was starting a scene and rude rude rude. He needed to go wait in line at Pinks on LaBrea with his folks. No joke. It was our first time there and for a slamed Saturday evening the service was spot on and seating was as prompt as could be on a Saturday evening at a hot spot. I had the Rib Eye with green peppercorn sauce. I have thinking about it ever since. I WILL be back as long as that dude stays on the westside. LOL

2
★★★★☆

This is so funny...I actually witnessed the guy who got tossed out of Cliff's Saturday night. He was starting a scene and rude rude rude. He needed to go wait in line at Pinks on LaBrea with his folks. No joke. It was our first time there and for a slamed Saturday evening the service was spot on and seating was as prompt as could be on a Saturday evening at a hot spot. I had the Rib Eye with green peppercorn sauce. I have thinking about it ever since. I WILL be back as long as that dude stays on the westside. LOL

Pros: Great Bistro Food

Cons: Weak Drinks

.

We went with a group of 5 on Wednesday night and had a great time. The atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant. We had reservations and were seated almost immediately. Everyone enjoyed the food and our waiter was very competent and made some good suggestions. The only negative was the host at the door. He was distracted and didn't greet us. I think the problem is the location of the host station. It is not immediately inside the door. You have to cross over to the other side and then stand waiting in the flow of traffic of waiters coming and going from the kitchen. They should relocate the host stand and people would get a much better impression. Overall, it was very pleasant and we will return.

2
★★★★☆

We went with a group of 5 on Wednesday night and had a great time. The atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant. We had reservations and were seated almost immediately. Everyone enjoyed the food and our waiter was very competent and made some good suggestions. The only negative was the host at the door. He was distracted and didn't greet us. I think the problem is the location of the host station. It is not immediately inside the door. You have to cross over to the other side and then stand waiting in the flow of traffic of waiters coming and going from the kitchen. They should relocate the host stand and people would get a much better impression. Overall, it was very pleasant and we will return.

Pros: food and atmosphere

Cons: host and his location

.

Enjoyed a lovely eveving, good food, wine, atmosphere. We were tired of going to the usual stuffy BH, Weho, Westwood restaurants where the food is heavy and rich. I am delighted to have found a place where I am comfortable and can enjoy a light and well cooked meal. Thank you for getting it right!

2
★★★★☆

Enjoyed a lovely eveving, good food, wine, atmosphere. We were tired of going to the usual stuffy BH, Weho, Westwood restaurants where the food is heavy and rich. I am delighted to have found a place where I am comfortable and can enjoy a light and well cooked meal. Thank you for getting it right!

Pros: Food, Wine list, setting, service

Cons: not cheap

.

The atmosphere is good, the food is good. The service is spotty. When I first got there to meet my group, I stood for several minutes waiting to be noticed; finally, the manager shouted halfway across the restaurant, "Can I help you?" I don't shout across restaurants, so after I answered him (in a louder voice than I am accustomed to using in public, but still not shouting) instead of coming toward me, he leaned over with his hand by his ear and said, "What?" I was not escorted to the table, it was gestured toward. "They're up there."

The food is quite nice. Everyone enjoyed theirs. The only complaint is that they astonishingly charge for refills on iced tea and sodas. Since I don't drink these, it didn't affect me, but at $10 each, I think those who order such items should know that they will be charged another $10 for a refill.

The busboys removed my bread plate while I still had a piece of bread in my hand, but that over-eager type of plate-clearing is becoming endemic in all restaurants. The waiters clearly have better things to do than provide service, although when we did attract the attention of our waiter, he was responsive.

1
★★★☆☆

The atmosphere is good, the food is good. The service is spotty. When I first got there to meet my group, I stood for several minutes waiting to be noticed; finally, the manager shouted halfway across the restaurant, "Can I help you?" I don't shout across restaurants, so after I answered him (in a louder voice than I am accustomed to using in public, but still not shouting) instead of coming toward me, he leaned over with his hand by his ear and said, "What?" I was not escorted to the table, it was gestured toward. "They're up there."

The food is quite nice. Everyone enjoyed theirs. The only complaint is that they astonishingly charge for refills on iced tea and sodas. Since I don't drink these, it didn't affect me, but at $10 each, I think those who order such items should know that they will be charged another $10 for a refill.

The busboys removed my bread plate while I still had a piece of bread in my hand, but that over-eager type of plate-clearing is becoming endemic in all restaurants. The waiters clearly have better things to do than provide service, although when we did attract the attention of our waiter, he was responsive.

Pros: Pretty.

Cons: No parking. Best to valet.

.

let me first say how much i used to be obsessed with cliffs edge. i am not a huge repeat restaurant goer, but when it comes to this place, there was never a question....until tuesday night... the host is always great. he seems to care about the customers and the restaurant. the waitress and bartender are another story. let me also say that i have been in the upper scale restaurant business for 4 years on the floor and behind the scene.
our waitress, if she ever did put on a smirk, was so unpleasant and seemed to be in pain if she showed any bit of kindness. she rarely checked on us and left us for dead at the end of the meal. she gave attitude when i wanted to suprise a guest with a peice of birthday cake (was not asking for free dessert). the bartender with her lack luster attitude was not busy but it would have been easier for her to be so she could ignore us more. let me say one more time...i am in the industry, in a very very trendy busy upscale spot...i get it...i do... but my friends and i were baffled at how it is not as busy as it used to be and how underwhelming the staff is.
sad sad sad... such an amazing space with nice food....

1
★★★☆☆

let me first say how much i used to be obsessed with cliffs edge. i am not a huge repeat restaurant goer, but when it comes to this place, there was never a question....until tuesday night... the host is always great. he seems to care about the customers and the restaurant. the waitress and bartender are another story. let me also say that i have been in the upper scale restaurant business for 4 years on the floor and behind the scene.
our waitress, if she ever did put on a smirk, was so unpleasant and seemed to be in pain if she showed any bit of kindness. she rarely checked on us and left us for dead at the end of the meal. she gave attitude when i wanted to suprise a guest with a peice of birthday cake (was not asking for free dessert). the bartender with her lack luster attitude was not busy but it would have been easier for her to be so she could ignore us more. let me say one more time...i am in the industry, in a very very trendy busy upscale spot...i get it...i do... but my friends and i were baffled at how it is not as busy as it used to be and how underwhelming the staff is.
sad sad sad... such an amazing space with nice food....

Pros: beautiful space and pretty good food

Cons: service service service and same specials last 4 times we have been there.

.

The first time i ate there, it was a pleasant experience-food yummy, service great, atmosphere very warm.
But me and my boyfriend went there for Valentine's and were extremely turned off by the initial service. We were seated. Waiter greeted us, took our order and he never came back to our table again! To my dismay my boyfriend and I noticed that we were the only couple there that were being ignored...literally! We sat there patiently waiting for our Ice teas to be refilled and to request more bread and still no service. So i decided to put my foot down when the neglegent un-attentive waiter asked the table right next to us if they everything was ok, glanced at us and went right on to the next table and asked if they needed anything! Deliberately skipping us! I was offended! Despite us looking uneasy and anxious (on purpose) waiter continued to ignore us! I then decided not to make a big deal of the sour conclusion me and boyfriend had made of the snooty waiter and simply gestured to what seemed to be a mngr. and politely asked "Can we please have another waiter", and with no hesitation he replied " Sure no problem". We then got a pleasant new waitress who was warm and amiable attention we appreciated. So i wouldn't knock this restaraunt as whole but as polite as everyone else was this particular waiter surley didn't fit with the nice setting! Note to owner: Toss the moldy apple! No use in having it with the rest of the apples.

1
★★★☆☆

The first time i ate there, it was a pleasant experience-food yummy, service great, atmosphere very warm.
But me and my boyfriend went there for Valentine's and were extremely turned off by the initial service. We were seated. Waiter greeted us, took our order and he never came back to our table again! To my dismay my boyfriend and I noticed that we were the only couple there that were being ignored...literally! We sat there patiently waiting for our Ice teas to be refilled and to request more bread and still no service. So i decided to put my foot down when the neglegent un-attentive waiter asked the table right next to us if they everything was ok, glanced at us and went right on to the next table and asked if they needed anything! Deliberately skipping us! I was offended! Despite us looking uneasy and anxious (on purpose) waiter continued to ignore us! I then decided not to make a big deal of the sour conclusion me and boyfriend had made of the snooty waiter and simply gestured to what seemed to be a mngr. and politely asked "Can we please have another waiter", and with no hesitation he replied " Sure no problem". We then got a pleasant new waitress who was warm and amiable attention we appreciated. So i wouldn't knock this restaraunt as whole but as polite as everyone else was this particular waiter surley didn't fit with the nice setting! Note to owner: Toss the moldy apple! No use in having it with the rest of the apples.

Pros: Ambience was pleasant, food was good, valet guys were nice too.

Cons: Snooty waiter!

.

This place might be a little find to find but it's worth looking for! I have never been to a place with such a wonderful feel and patio. Eating outside among nature is beautiful. I would highly reccommend this to EVERYONE!

2
★★★★★

This place might be a little find to find but it's worth looking for! I have never been to a place with such a wonderful feel and patio. Eating outside among nature is beautiful. I would highly reccommend this to EVERYONE!

Pros: Food, view, service

Cons: A little hard to find

.

I consider this a nice date place, but works well with a group of people as well. Well it's just a nice place in general and it's hidden like you wouldn't believe. Good, not great food, but the atmosphere more than makes up for what it lacks in essence. Fabulous Zin for a fair price, paid a smidgen under $200 for 4 people, including the wine. It's a diamond in the ruff, a jewel amongst swine, it's rather fetching, no charming. If it's charm you want, well then this is the place.

2
★★★★☆

I consider this a nice date place, but works well with a group of people as well. Well it's just a nice place in general and it's hidden like you wouldn't believe. Good, not great food, but the atmosphere more than makes up for what it lacks in essence. Fabulous Zin for a fair price, paid a smidgen under $200 for 4 people, including the wine. It's a diamond in the ruff, a jewel amongst swine, it's rather fetching, no charming. If it's charm you want, well then this is the place.

.

Many places can claim to be hidden gems within this concrete jungle, but Cliff's Edge really is one. Nestled into a tiny corner next to the 99 cent store, it is easily passed on the way to Hollywood but should not be overlooked. Great food, even better ambience, and fairly knowledgeable waitstaff: ask them what's good that night, they should be able to give you a straight answer. I've gone to birthdays and romantic dinners here, and it is always a great place to eat. Not a huge fan of a lot of their red meat dishes, but their fish is always fabulous. You can also bring your own wine for a corkage fee of $15-20 (not sure if it's gone up) to make your dinner a bit more economical. Make reservations though- as more people find out about this place, the wait lines will only get longer.

2
★★★★☆

Many places can claim to be hidden gems within this concrete jungle, but Cliff's Edge really is one. Nestled into a tiny corner next to the 99 cent store, it is easily passed on the way to Hollywood but should not be overlooked. Great food, even better ambience, and fairly knowledgeable waitstaff: ask them what's good that night, they should be able to give you a straight answer. I've gone to birthdays and romantic dinners here, and it is always a great place to eat. Not a huge fan of a lot of their red meat dishes, but their fish is always fabulous. You can also bring your own wine for a corkage fee of $15-20 (not sure if it's gone up) to make your dinner a bit more economical. Make reservations though- as more people find out about this place, the wait lines will only get longer.

Pros: atmosphere, atmosphere, food

Cons: slowish service, not always friendly waitstaff, a little pricey

.

I hear so many stories about not getting greeted and seated. Same thing happened to me. I had to get the attention of someone in the kitchen to find someone to seat us...the bartenders seemed to ignore us and waiters seemed annoyed that the "would be" customers were roaming the restaurant trying to find assistance. They would rudely say, "EXCUSE ME" if we didn't completely clear out of their way.

Food choices were so so...food tasted good but not worth all the trouble...and they seem to think sitting on their patio is some huge favor to Silverlake. Pass!

0
★☆☆☆☆

I hear so many stories about not getting greeted and seated. Same thing happened to me. I had to get the attention of someone in the kitchen to find someone to seat us...the bartenders seemed to ignore us and waiters seemed annoyed that the "would be" customers were roaming the restaurant trying to find assistance. They would rudely say, "EXCUSE ME" if we didn't completely clear out of their way.

Food choices were so so...food tasted good but not worth all the trouble...and they seem to think sitting on their patio is some huge favor to Silverlake. Pass!

.

I've been to this restaurant twice now, and both times have come away loving my experience. I would say to sit outside in the dimly lit, romantic, but also lively patio. This tucked away restaurant makes you feel like you're not on Sunset, and not in the heart of Silver Lake. The service is good, allowing people to sit and talk, and not coming to the table every five mintues. And the prices are decent. I would rate this restaurant highly, and would suggest going there for any occasion.

2
★★★★☆

I've been to this restaurant twice now, and both times have come away loving my experience. I would say to sit outside in the dimly lit, romantic, but also lively patio. This tucked away restaurant makes you feel like you're not on Sunset, and not in the heart of Silver Lake. The service is good, allowing people to sit and talk, and not coming to the table every five mintues. And the prices are decent. I would rate this restaurant highly, and would suggest going there for any occasion.

Pros: Ambience, food

Cons: Parking

.

Nice. Great waitress, who was definitely there for us. We had a good experience, and the food was a delite. Its the patio that totally rocks however. I wished the folks next to us would not have lit up, but hell, its a free country right? NeoSmokers Unite. I liked this place as a wonderful way to get away and still be in it if you know what I mean. I had halibut that was perfect. My party had beef, and chicken and all was good. I recommend this place.

2
★★★★☆

Nice. Great waitress, who was definitely there for us. We had a good experience, and the food was a delite. Its the patio that totally rocks however. I wished the folks next to us would not have lit up, but hell, its a free country right? NeoSmokers Unite. I liked this place as a wonderful way to get away and still be in it if you know what I mean. I had halibut that was perfect. My party had beef, and chicken and all was good. I recommend this place.

.

Great Food, Great Service, Great Atmosphere
Inexpensive (not one dish over approx. $26), Awesome and entertaining staff and the best mojito i've had since my first at Suba in New York...

2
★★★★★

Great Food, Great Service, Great Atmosphere
Inexpensive (not one dish over approx. $26), Awesome and entertaining staff and the best mojito i've had since my first at Suba in New York...

Pros: Inexpensive, Romantic, Interesting dishes.

Cons: Valet, not much street parking...

.

My friends and I went right after work for drinks and an early dinner. The hostess was moderatly nice and server seemed to rush us for our order when there was only two couples dining in the patio. He was not friendly, seemed the bussers were more attentive to us rather than our server. He seemed bored at his job never asked how were we doing just no customer service. The patio is nice but that is it. The food was ok, not great but alright. I would not recommend this place because I would be afraid my friends would get the same dining experience we did. As a concierge for a very reputable hotel this is definitely a place I would not recommend. There is more to creating a dinning experience then a very well lit patio.

1
★★☆☆☆

My friends and I went right after work for drinks and an early dinner. The hostess was moderatly nice and server seemed to rush us for our order when there was only two couples dining in the patio. He was not friendly, seemed the bussers were more attentive to us rather than our server. He seemed bored at his job never asked how were we doing just no customer service. The patio is nice but that is it. The food was ok, not great but alright. I would not recommend this place because I would be afraid my friends would get the same dining experience we did. As a concierge for a very reputable hotel this is definitely a place I would not recommend. There is more to creating a dinning experience then a very well lit patio.

Pros: The patio and the attentive bussers.

Cons: The lack of customer service. Hire servers that like their job.

.

My husband and I decided to have our Anniversary dinner here on the recommendation of a friend because of the romantic atmosphere. What a mistake! Romantic atmosphere, yes, but that was the only thing the restaurant had going for it! Upon arrival, while waiting at the host stand, many workers looked over at us, but no one came to greet or seat us for far too long. As it turned out, the host was the only friendly person we encountered while at the restaurant. He was pleasant, congratulated us on our anniversary, and led us to a nice table. When seated, I am not kidding when I say we waited almost 10 minutes for a server to greet us and take a drink order. And there were only 3 other tables seated! At that point I noticed a pretty blonde server flirting with 2 men at a two-top, obviously too busy to take a drink order! The Bellini's we finally ordered turned out not to be made with peach nectar, but with Peach Schnapp's - a disappointment. Another server came to give us menus. I have never witnessed a more vacant and bored person working in a restaurant with a 9.1 rating. She appeared put out and a little confused when I asked if she could please re-lite the candle on our table. My husband and I ordered the Spicy Tuna with Mango (not spicy, way too sweet); the Pumpkin Ravioli (dead little disks filled with a smattering of pumpkin) and the Saffron Risotto with Shrimp (simply ok). No one other than the host ever mentioned our anniversary or made us feel in any way special, even though we chose to have a very special dinner at their restaurant. Cliff's Edge was, sadly, a big disappointement all around.

0
★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I decided to have our Anniversary dinner here on the recommendation of a friend because of the romantic atmosphere. What a mistake! Romantic atmosphere, yes, but that was the only thing the restaurant had going for it! Upon arrival, while waiting at the host stand, many workers looked over at us, but no one came to greet or seat us for far too long. As it turned out, the host was the only friendly person we encountered while at the restaurant. He was pleasant, congratulated us on our anniversary, and led us to a nice table. When seated, I am not kidding when I say we waited almost 10 minutes for a server to greet us and take a drink order. And there were only 3 other tables seated! At that point I noticed a pretty blonde server flirting with 2 men at a two-top, obviously too busy to take a drink order! The Bellini's we finally ordered turned out not to be made with peach nectar, but with Peach Schnapp's - a disappointment. Another server came to give us menus. I have never witnessed a more vacant and bored person working in a restaurant with a 9.1 rating. She appeared put out and a little confused when I asked if she could please re-lite the candle on our table. My husband and I ordered the Spicy Tuna with Mango (not spicy, way too sweet); the Pumpkin Ravioli (dead little disks filled with a smattering of pumpkin) and the Saffron Risotto with Shrimp (simply ok). No one other than the host ever mentioned our anniversary or made us feel in any way special, even though we chose to have a very special dinner at their restaurant. Cliff's Edge was, sadly, a big disappointement all around.

Pros: Romantic garden setting

Cons: uninspired food; very poor service

.

Our server was attentive and friendly, and the food was delicious and presented very nicely. The patio, with the large tree in the middle, provided a nice atmosphere. It was nice to find this place tucked in a back corner. My only complaint would be that the restaurant's phone kept ringing, a very loud and annoying ring. Other than that, the great food, great wine, good service, and nice atmosphere justified the price.

2
★★★★★

Our server was attentive and friendly, and the food was delicious and presented very nicely. The patio, with the large tree in the middle, provided a nice atmosphere. It was nice to find this place tucked in a back corner. My only complaint would be that the restaurant's phone kept ringing, a very loud and annoying ring. Other than that, the great food, great wine, good service, and nice atmosphere justified the price.

Pros: beautifully presentation on food

Cons: annoying phone

.

Food was good, maybe a little above average, but far from great-especially at prices. I actually had decent service. Not impressed with the wine list. Atmosphere is very nice, I would consider going back to give a second chance.

1
★★★☆☆

Food was good, maybe a little above average, but far from great-especially at prices. I actually had decent service. Not impressed with the wine list. Atmosphere is very nice, I would consider going back to give a second chance.

Pros: Great atmosphere, great patio

Cons: food not on par with pricing

Editorial from

A two-tiered woodsy patio, with candlelit tables arranged beneath the canopy of a gargantuan ficus tree, makes this venue particularly memorable. Inside, banquettes with throw pillows, modern art, wood and still more candles give the place…

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Cliff's Edge, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review