This restaurant is on the pricey side for Nairobi, but the food is very tasty, the service is prompt and the atmosphere is nice - especially sitting outside. Well worth a visit.
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Cedars restaurant has always been a must visit place when I'm in Nairobi. Whether I want to grab a quick business lunch or unwind with a glass of wine after a busy day. The location makes it very convenient. Ooh the chicken wings, Greek salad...More
Had heard of this restaurant and decided to go there Sunday evening for a drink with a friend. Nice ambience god service but I suppose it's more a evening drinking joint and less of a specialty restaurant. Did not have anything to snack as he...More
I have been a few times to Cedars living close by. The menu offers different options and is in my opinion tasty and with a good variety. Prices are good, the service is very good and it is possible to sit out side in the...More
We had lunch at Cedars. We shared varied sorts of mezze which we enjoyed greatly. They were fresh, very good and testy. We were sitting outside with a very pleasant weather. We recommend Cedars as a very good Lebanese restaurant.
We are regular delivery customers of Cedars and we always order the falafel. It is accompanied with a tiny pot of chilli sauce and a tiny pot of garlic yoghurt sauce. When ordering we often ask for a extra one of each, and did so...More
Unfortunately Kimeu is not doing your establishment any favours. Extremely rude, know it all attitude. He could not be bothered to accommodate a simple request for condiments, non responsive when we ordered for drinks and did not accommodate a simple request for steamed rice for...More
Great food according to the original tastes of the Libanon. Even the take always are delivered with extra peppers, beetroot and cucumber as well bread. Nice outside seating. Friendly staff and good service.
My colleagues and I were invited by a "local" to have dinner here. We all shared the Mezzeh for two, which was great! Then we each had our choice for the main meal. Mine was Fish Kebab, fresh tilapia cubes, marinated and grilled on skewers...More
My husband and I were invited by a Lebanese couple who told us this place is as authentic as it gets in Nairobi. We were also told the readon is that the chef is Lebanese. The place is a reengineered house into a restaurant, like...More