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“fantastic food”

The Cedars at Dungeness
Ranked #26 of 88 Restaurants in Sequim
Cuisines: American
Description: Voted BEST GOLF COURSE in Evening Magazines "Best Northwest Escapes" voters poll two years in a row, The Cedars at Dungeness is not your average golf course. Located in sunny Sequim, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula, this year-round 6,610-yard, par 72, 18-hole Championship course is known to be the driest course in Western Washington. Nestled in a lush valley, it is the perfect setting to host a number of Pro and Pro-Am tournaments throughout the year.
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Description: Voted BEST GOLF COURSE in Evening Magazines "Best Northwest Escapes" voters poll two years in a row, The Cedars at Dungeness is not your average golf course. Located in sunny Sequim, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula, this year-round 6,610-yard, par 72, 18-hole Championship course is known to be the driest course in Western Washington. Nestled in a lush valley, it is the perfect setting to host a number of Pro and Pro-Am tournaments throughout the year.
Reviewed June 15, 2013

Service; great! Food; fantastic! Views awesome! Locals recommended it and it was a 10. We even went back to get a to go order, knowing the food was that good.

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Reviewed June 12, 2013

First, the plus, good homemade hummus with hot grilled flatbread. Now the key, both of our fish dishes were overcooked, to the point of dry. My halibut was overcooked by at least 5-7 minutes. My wife's blackened cod was a total washout, as it arrived in about a dozen pieces. I have never seen blackened fish of any kind presented in this manner. To top it off, our waitress disappeared, leaving the young busgirl to answer questions for which she had no answer. Stay away until they get some help, specifically a chef who knows how to prepare the northwest's bounty, and a waitress who can stay with a table!!!!

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Reviewed June 10, 2013

Food was excellent and the wait staff treated our group of 12 like we were we the only table in the restraurant. Thanks for a wonderful family event.

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Reviewed December 6, 2012

We went there with reservations for two special occasions. most recent was a group for my birthday dinner July 3rd. Had to go hunt for a waitress to take our drink orders after we had all arrived. Then had to go ask for her again after food was served for follow up items. Had to go ask for her again for the bill. Not a good place for those with stair difficulties. Had same experience the first time we went....maybe it was too early in the evening for them, but they should have told us if they didn't have staff to accommodate us. Can't remember anyone complaining about the food when we finally got it.

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