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“High end Aberdeen - Pros and Cons”
Review of Rediviva

Rediviva
Ranked #5 of 68 Restaurants in Aberdeen
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 27 May 2014

High end Aberdeen. In need of a special place for special night this was highly recommended. Pros- Overall a clean, classy experience for Aberdeen. The menu had something for everyone though simple and straightforward. The atmosphere was pretty chic. The bartender slings some fancy and delish drinks and there is a wide and well thought out wine selection. The service was top shelf and each dish we had was lovely and tasty. Simple great ingredients, done with a little flair thrown in.
Cons-Though delicious, our crab croquettes were still cold in the middle as if they had been frozen before they were fried. (Easily overlooked because they were super yummy!) It was not real comfortable or private and many will find the price point a little high. The two of us had a drink each, an appetizer each, split an entree and split a desert for around $70.00 before gratuity. We both thought it was a fair price for such a dining experience but others might not, considering portions and such.
Bottom line-For Aberdeen, this style of dining is welcomed and for a fancy “fine” dining experience, this is a great addition to the area. We were hoping for more but not disappointed and we’ll be back.

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Reviewed 30 April 2014

Beautiful cosmolpolitan decor.
Finally a stand-apart restaurant in Aberdeen, Washington.
Food to die for. Black n Bleu Oysters.....Baked Gnocchi.....Rum Sugar Bonnet for dessert.
Makes me think I'm someplace else than here.
WOW!!

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2  Thank Michael S
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

This was the highlight of our quick getaway to the coast. We weren't anticipating or expecting anything dazzling for lunch in Aberdeen on Easter, but dining here renewed our faith in miracles. While usually closed on Sunday, we lucked out with their decision to offer a prix fixe menu for the holiday. The food was delicious, imaginative (carrot cake beignets!?!) and reasonably priced. The staff was charming and professional. The atmosphere was somehow adult, sophisticated and casual. We'll go out of our way, if necessary, to dine here on our next trip.

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3  Thank Jack K
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Reviewed 6 April 2014

It was a cold drizzly evening when we showed up for our dinner reservation,
Our table was ready in the front part on the window over looking the street,
We ordered a couple glasses of wine and pursued the menu, we selected the warm oyster sliders
( very good $3. Each ) and the warm kale salad that was delightful but could have been served with a little less of the dressing.
We moved onto the the crab capelettis ( excellent ) and the lingcod with short ribs again very nice combination finishing up with the warm begnits ( send you right over the edge they are so good )
We matched the dinner with a red meritage which fit well for a rainy evening
This was a very nice experience that was recommended by friends
When we are back in the area we hope to enjoy another evening there
Reservations are strongly suggested!!

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2  Thank hhunter15
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Reviewed 2 April 2014 via mobile

My daughter ,a washington resident treated me to lunch at the Aberdeen Rediviva .I have eaten and many upscale restaurants over the years .This was superior to most .The Bleu oysters were amazing.We sampled the gnocchi with local class, the smoked turkey sandwich with spinach tomato jam avocado and pesto and the prosciutto and pear sandwich..Not one thing was less than 5 stars in my opinion. Chips and fries are hand made and delicious.The turkey was fresh roasted than grilled .We also saw someone's spinach said that looked fantastic.I had a glass of the m 100 wine a blend of merlot and 2 other wines from Columbia valley wa .Wonderful.This is what should happen with old downtown buildings ..Remodel revive them ..Hats off to the owner and chef !! I'll be back and this is my daughters 3rd visit!

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2  Thank vicDesert
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