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A feast from the east for just £15 – up to 75% off a meal for two at the Cedar Tree Lebanese restaurant
Price: £ 15.00
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- Fresh, locally sourced ingredients
- Healthy and delicious food
- Mouth-watering range of dishes
- Includes starter, salad, main, side, dessert and coffee
- Up to a 75% saving
Terms and Conditions
- Voucher valid until 02/10/2012
- One voucher per couple
- Open seven days a week, from 12pm to 11pm
- A 48-hour cancellation policy applies
- This is a single use voucher - no change will be given
- To redeem advanced booking is required by calling 0161 480 0028 quoting your QypeDeals voucher code, and present your voucher on arrival
Experience an Arabian night to remember with a Lebanese feast for two for just £15 at Stockport’s popular Cedar Tree restaurant.
Middle-Eastern food is known for being fresh, healthy and absolutely delicious, and the Cedar Tree prides itself on using the best, freshest, natural ingredients sourced locally each day to create mouth-watering delights such as aubergine baked with sesame oil and lemon juice, fried okra boiled with tomatoes, onion, fresh coriander and olive oil and an array of salads bursting with flavour. QypeDeals is offering you and a friend the chance to enjoy a starter, salad, main, side and dessert each, followed by a coffee, for just £15 – that’s up to 75% off the price of a delicious feast for two. Choose from hummus or Mutabel to start, pick a mixed salad or a green salad with broad beans, and then take your pick of mains from a mixed grill, Kastalita or Bamieh bel zeit, served with French fries or rice. Then indulge in sweet and delicious Baklava or Mamou with dates and relax with a coffee – all for just £15, a deal brimming with eastern promise.
64 Middle Hillgate
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One of the few places in Manchester worthy visting. Nice atmopshere, great meals and good service.
Lovely fresh food, very tasty and good service
Never have i ever tasted such delicious Labenese food.
The Cedar Tree is one of Manchester’s gems. The food here is great and its nice to see somewhere cooking Lebanese food as it is very easy to get tired of the usual Italian/Indian/Chinese triumvirate.
The atmosphere is incredibly laid back… so much so that sometimes you may have to wait for your food. However, the food tends to be worth the wait.
The Cedar Tree is also very reasonable on the pocket, so don’t start stomping around if things aren’t silver service (indeed, the cutlery might not even match).
This is not a place to go on a first date as its a bit scruffy. It is advised that you go here with a group of friends or take a partner when you fancy a change of scenery.
You can take your own booze, which again, only adds to the cheapness of a night here.
It’s a really great place to pop into and located on Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter, meaning that, should you have some cash left over, there’s loads of places nearby where you can spoil yourself with a cocktail or two.
A must visit.
My first of Lebanese food occurred here, at Cedar Tree. I decided to top my friend who also wanted to go there. I went there on my own and had a tasty and freshly cooked meal. If my memory is correct, I had stuffed wine leaves for a starter, followed by a lamb dish. The only thing to bear in mind is that they don’t serve wine by glass. You can buy a full bottle, but if you’re dining on your own it may be a bit too much.
Cedar Tree is very conveniently located in Thomas St, a short walk from bars and clubs in Norther Quarter. Certainly a place to consider when you plan a night out in one of town’s best-loved parts.
Lebanese food here was lovely and cooked fresh (as promised). They also do a takeaway service which is just as tasty and fresh. Service can be slow, in fact VERY slow at times, but food when it comes makes up for it. Worth a try, but be patient!
My mouth is watering just from the thought of it….freshly cooked Lebanese food to make your mouth water. Like all of my fave places, the staff here are great and don’t mind if you descend unannounced with a huge group of mates. Another bonus is that they’ll russle up almost anything within reason to keep you happy.
Their BYO (bring-your-own booze) policy keeps the cost down and it’s really easy just to sink into your chair and enjoy the atmosphere. Most of my friends arrange to meet here for a surprisingly cheap and tasty night out.