Cedarland At The Clinic

★★★★☆

About Cedarland At The Clinic

Hours
Mon. - Sat. 10am - 8:30pm;Sun. CLOSED
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We live in Toledo but would come back just to eat at this place!

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★★★★★

We live in Toledo but would come back just to eat at this place!

Pros: GREAT FOOD

Cons: Too far from our home in Toledo!

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The food here is so fantastic we have been back twice in one week! Everything here is delicious, but I especially recommend the Hommus Barmakj, fattoush with chicken, iced tea, and the specialty coffee! The Hommus Barmakj we ordered with both the chicken and shredded meat on top they add their own special spices and it makes for the most unique and delicious hommus I've ever had! The iced tea has a taste with a "special something" that brought me back for more today. And the owner let us try a chocolate coffee espresso that is out of this world. If you are unsure about what to order, the staff is wonderful in putting together a little something for you- just ask them to recommend something. Bon Appetit!

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★★★★☆

The food here is so fantastic we have been back twice in one week! Everything here is delicious, but I especially recommend the Hommus Barmakj, fattoush with chicken, iced tea, and the specialty coffee! The Hommus Barmakj we ordered with both the chicken and shredded meat on top they add their own special spices and it makes for the most unique and delicious hommus I've ever had! The iced tea has a taste with a "special something" that brought me back for more today. And the owner let us try a chocolate coffee espresso that is out of this world. If you are unsure about what to order, the staff is wonderful in putting together a little something for you- just ask them to recommend something. Bon Appetit!

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Numerous restaurants serve the obligatory Middle Eastern staples hummus, baba ganoush, and tabouli. Most offerings are uninspired, seemingly there only to assuage the ravenous vegan who happens in.

Not so with Cedarland. Cedarland owners take hummus to an artform, something to be savored to the last with fresh warm pita bread. The baba ganoush is equally savory, as is the parsley heavy tabouli and lentil soup. Don't be surprised if the owner/chef stops by your table to ask how your meal is. We always answer the same way: Excellent!

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★★★★★

Numerous restaurants serve the obligatory Middle Eastern staples hummus, baba ganoush, and tabouli. Most offerings are uninspired, seemingly there only to assuage the ravenous vegan who happens in.

Not so with Cedarland. Cedarland owners take hummus to an artform, something to be savored to the last with fresh warm pita bread. The baba ganoush is equally savory, as is the parsley heavy tabouli and lentil soup. Don't be surprised if the owner/chef stops by your table to ask how your meal is. We always answer the same way: Excellent!

Pros: Best hummus. Period.

Cons: None

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This restaurant is an insult to Lebanese cooking. Certainly one of the worst places I have ever eaten in. It doesn't take a genius to make a decent humous and a decent salad, but Cedarland was not up to this simple task.

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★★★☆☆

This restaurant is an insult to Lebanese cooking. Certainly one of the worst places I have ever eaten in. It doesn't take a genius to make a decent humous and a decent salad, but Cedarland was not up to this simple task.

 

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