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Cedar Tree Manchester

The Cedar Tree

Tel: 0161 834 5016
69 Thomas Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1LQ [map]
small lebanese restaurant in the northern quarter with a bring your own alcohol policy [amend]
 
 
 
 
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The Cedar Tree Restaurant Manchester - overall reader reviews

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most popular dish: bbq chicken
 
 
 
 
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The Cedar Tree Lebanese Restaurant Manchester - reader comments

"I am Lebanese and as I was walking by I was so happy to see a Lebanese restaurant with our flag and Cedar Tree sign. The place looked really old and with no decoration at all, but I thought the food might be good and guess how disappointed I was. The food was horrible. Tabboule didn't taste like tabboule and in Lebanon we don't have red coloured chicken and that's what I got with a bad taste. So I thought the starters were horribly bad and when I got my main meal, the mix BBQ plate, it was no better. I was alone and the bill came to a sum of £35 and the only good thing I got was the still water. The Cedar Tree is a disgrace to Lebanese food and should not be allowed to have our flag on its sign." - Jim, Manchester - 26/4/09 (visited on a Friday afernoon)

Trusted Reviewer "You'd be forgiven for walking past The Cedar Tree, mistaking it for a taxi rank or a kebab shop, as the outside is uninviting to say the least. Unfortunately the decor inside doesn't really improve and the service wasn't any more welcoming during our visit. That said, it's a popular place - even if many diners did escape falsely promising to return with cash after learning they couldn't pay by credit or debit card (despite the signage on the door). Others made a quick get away apparently 'to the nearest off license', again never to return, when they learned alcohol was not on the menu (although you can bring your own booze for a £1.50 corkage fee). The interior is... erm... weird, with a waterfall wall display that appears to have been bought at the Rainforest Cafe liquidation auction. The food, whilst not cheap, offers many dishes from the Lebanon, many of which are chargrilled on the barbeque. We opted for BBQ Chicken which wasn't a patch on that available at Kebabish Original in Cheetham Hill (which we recommend if it's food like this you're after). Seriously burnt, it fell into the category of 'I could have made better myself at home' which is a real disappointment as there's not many Lebanese restaurants in the region to choose from. At least we've tried it." - restaurants of manchester 20/5/08 (visited on a friday evening)

 
 
 
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