Rehoboth Beach: Eden Restaurant

by Dave on July 12, 2008

One of the gems of the Delaware Beach dining scene, Eden on Rehoboth Beach’s Baltimore Avenue provides a tremendous dining experience. Wilmington News-Journal food critic Eric Ruth called Eden a “three-star trip to far-off places.” And he may even be short a star.

The first indication that you’ve stumbled upon something special is the wine list. From great values like a Marquis Phillips 2005 Shiraz or a Chalone Chardonnay 2005 to big hitters like BV Georges de Latour 2002, Shafer ‘Hillside Select’ and Opus One, the list demands a full perusal.

Our table was tucked away next to a fireplace and the wine room. (It could be the best table for six in the entire Rehoboth area.) Appetizers included an artisanal cheese plate and a lobster and crab tower with guacamole. Satisfaction all around.

The main course brought ahi tuna, day boat scallops, filet mignon and marinated pork tenderloin. There was clear attention to detail in the creation and presentation of the dishes, and there was delight in the faces of all.

Service was solid, food was great, atmosphere and wine list exceptional. I highly recommend Eden for any occasion.

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