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The Cedar Tree
Lebanese Restaurant
Today 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.
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11 St. Andrew's Street Dublin 2
11 St. Andrew's Street, Dublin 2IE
(01) 677 2121
Lebanese RestaurantToday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.
Monday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Tuesday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Wednesday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Thursday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Friday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.Sunday 2:00 – 10:00 p.m.
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Selection of mezze dishes, Lebanese wines and occasional belly dancing entertainment.- Google
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lauretta watson
in the last week
Meze was tasty, plentiful and value for money. Service was great and house wine perfect and not usually a desert person but the puds were the perfect ending to the meal. Fantastic hidden gem.
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Khaled Al-Deraan
4 months ago
The worst Mediterranean restaurant in Dublin! Don't even think to go there. Non friendly staff who know nothing about customer service. Non fresh food with low quality beef & chicken. Hummus was served in very small portion and had no relation to a real Hummus. Tabule not very bad although the tiny dish that filled with non fresh lettuce than any Tabule things.
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John O Shea
5 months ago
Great food, served with a smile! Shared the Beirut Mezze, everything was delicious!
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Stephen Tracey
2 years ago
4 of us went all having experienced middle Eastern food in various parts of Middle East food ok as decor evening ruined by onr surly waiter who obviously didn't like his job and ecpected a large tip (3 hints) he was disappointed ad he had us Going again in June if same guy working we"ll be going elsewhere
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Idoia Iruretagoiena
a month ago
Hummus was good, shawarma was ok. Pretty expensive for the quality but a nice atmosphere and a pretty acceptable wine selection.
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8 months ago
This place is a complete rip off. My wife and I went there for dinner a few days ago. After we were coldly led to a table by a Lebanese lady, we looked over the menu, which looked pretty normal, like any regular menu you find in restaurants, but little did we know that it was a trap (you will find out why later on, keep reading). We ordered one of their Mezzes, which consists of a selection of small plates of Middle Eastern food. The price as shown on the menu next to that selection is about 25 Euros as I remember. The food, in fact, was pretty ordinary, and some of the food in the small plates had clearly been reheated and not freshly cooked, we thought the amount and quality were bad for 25 Euros. However, after we finished eating, I went to the cashier to pay the bill, which turned out to be more than 50 Euros! Two of the restaurants staff cynically explained to me that the price 25 Euros was actually for one person, and since my wife and I were two, we have to pay 25 Euros each! What I found most shocking is that he went on to tell me that a lot of people fell prey to their menu, thinking it is 25 but not knowing that the price is actually per person! Even when I ordered that meal, the waiter who served my table did not let me know that this price is for each person and not for two, as if they were doing this as a trap to get more money from their customers. Some friends of mine told me that they had had the same experience, but not only that, the staff of the restaurant seem to try to rip off the customers who appear to be poor in English or math and do not really know how things work here in restaurants or do not really care about their money. I am surprised that this place is still running in Dublin and no one has complained about that restaurant being a scam. After that experience, I will never return there, and I will also try my best to tell all my friends not to go there. I hope that place will be inspected for what is done to people and gets closed down.
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Clément Toulemonde
3 years ago
Nice place in a nice neighborhood. If you are willing to spend around 20 euros per heads, you will enjoy various Libanese specialties. Come hungry and with friends. The staff is welcoming and friendly.
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Sofia Peres
3 years ago
Great choice if you are in for Libanese food and specially if you like to try different variety. The degustation menu come with plenty of dishes (and they almost don't fit your table). However you have to be willing to pay a little if you want dish + wine + dessert. Good environment, empathetic waiters and amusing belly dance.