Cedo's was written up in Portland Monthly magazine, and since my husband loves falafel we decided to try it out. It's a tiny place - probably seats no more than 25 people, but what a wonderful surprise we had in store. You order at the counter, and the woman was friendly and welcoming. The food was absolutely delicious. We've had great hummus and falafel in the Middle East, but Cedo's was absolutely as good. The hummus was thick, rich, and creamy, with garbanzo beans on top. The pita was warm and fresh. I had a gyro salad (slices of lamb) and even my husband - who is a persnickety lamb eater, since we raise our own lamb and know what really good lamb is - said it was really good. The falafel met his expectations, as did the baga ganouche. The price was very reasonable and we'll definitely be coming back here again.
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