This was a new exploration for us. We were not disappointed. The food was very good, as was the service. We would visit again.
1 - 10 of 240 reviews
We happened upon this restaurant after we arrived in Orlando and before we were able to check into our hotel. What a find! Some of the best lamb kebabs I've ever had with a generous portion of nicely prepared vegetables and rice. The pickled turnip...More
From staff, food, entertainment and scenery, this place is phenomenal, especially if you're wanting entertainment, which you can find on Wednesday nights and Saturday nights. If you haven't been then it's a must!
Outstanding hummus, kibble nea, salad, lamb kabobs. First two were unbelievable stuff the great toasted pita with kibble, onion and hummus is wonderful highly recommend rare to find restaurant that does kibble nea. If u are a lover go here. Jeff lantz of seattle
Well the place was really nice,Food was great service was great,did not think that we over paid,"you get what you pay for"
The appetizers, made, was great however the tried snapper tasted burned all over. The belly dancer was very friendly and brought an otherwise dead place alive. On a Friday night the place was about half full at best. My biggest concern is the price. I...More
I had been to Cedars before and this is the second time I found it overpriced and the quality if the food was very blah. The kafta tasted nice with blah vegetables. My husbands meat was very dry. Bread still very nice, appetizers ok. Price...More
We always seek out a good Lebanese restaurant when we travel. This was definitely a good choice. They did not take reservations (there were only 2 of us). It was a busy Saturday night, but we managed to get a table in the main dining...More
Hummus and eggplant dips are good. Entrees are over-priced and mediocre. The quails ($31) is in particular disappointing. The dishes are authentic Lebanese cuisine but I have had much better Lebanese food elsewhere.