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“Very Good Lebanese food”

Cedos' Falafel and Gyros
Ranked #1,691 of 4,475 Restaurants in Portland
Cuisines: Middle Eastern
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Reviewed April 17, 2015

Finally found a great place for middle eastern food. Nicolas went downhill years ago and I haven't been able to find a new restaurant that served fresh, non-oily food. We tried almost everything on the menu that was vegan. Next time I'll skip the pizza (too bland).

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Thank JasperMarks
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Reviewed March 19, 2015

I tried the Jerusalem style Falafel Sandwich and it was OK but the price was $10 which is too much for a sandwich. However, the staff were friendly and cool. The menu variety has limited choices, which should be more to satisfy as much tastes as possible.

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Thank Mohammed A
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Reviewed December 7, 2014

I met the owners of Cedo's and, although it was out of my "hood," my love of Middle-Eastern food and my affinity for all things Palestinian drew me cross town. I was not disappointed! While I wish there were more tables, the fantastic flavors, coupled with the warm hospitality, more than make up for it! I've lived in the Middle-East, and eaten falafels in a lot of different places, but, honestly, these are the BEST I have ever had! The (warm) pita bread with hummus is great too - as is the tabbouleh salad! I've been back twice - and have been telling all my friends that they have to try it!

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Thank travelingmimi99
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Reviewed September 29, 2014

They have really good food, a bit spendy, but worth every bit. I can't get enough of thier authenic flavor. They have the best lamb its not too salt. I love the plate. It have the perfect balance, between flavor and spice. They have good quality meat.

Thank CharmellD
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Reviewed January 2, 2014

The aroma as you enter Cedo's Restauarant is tantalizing to the nose. The friendliness of the staff -- makes you feel like family. The food is made fresh daily. They have the best falafels that I have ever tasted; which, includes falafels made in Israel and Palestine. The Baba Ganouge made of roasted eggplant, tahini, lemon juice and garlic gives a unique flavor for your taste buds to enjoy. The grape leaves unusal blend of rice, parsley, tomato, and secret spices have a flavor only found at Cedo's. Garnishes are important to any restaurant dish. Color, texture and flavor adds creativity and eye appeal. "I eat with my eyes"!

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