LE CEDRE 61 (Poland | Masovia Voivodeship | Warsaw | Restaurant)

  • Address: al. Solidarnosci 61, Warsaw, 00-001, Poland

The review below is from Felicja Nowak’s 2017 Warsaw City Guide.


Address: al. Solidarnosci 61

Web: http://www.lecedre.pl/

Phone: +48 22 6701166

Le Cedre is a Lebanese restaurant, one of two on the same street owned by the same owners, the other is at number 84. The food style is similar to Spanish tapas, allowing diners to order a range of small dishes to try. The atmosphere is informal and the service is very friendly and the style is something a little different to other locations in Warsaw. On Friday nights there is a belly dancer performing and sheesha, or water pipes, are available.

The Baalbak starter is recommended, which is a choice of six different cold starters from a wide choice, including spicy home-made cheese, vine leaves stuffed with rice and herbs, mixed Lebanese pickles amongst many others, and diners can also choose from a choice of six hot starters. The main course of pan fried halibut with a lemon butter sauce is recommended, as is the cabbage stuffed with meat, mint and rice. The prices are very reasonable, the six starter choice costs around 91zl with main courses costing around 25zl to 45zl. Discounts are currently offered for lunch-time diners, with 30% taken off the prices.

The restaurant is open seven days a week, usually from 11.00 until 23.00, although opening times vary throughout the year. Reservations aren’t usually essential, but are recommended at busier times such as weekend evenings. A new outlet, called Le Cedre Lounge, is also opening later in 2017 at Grzybowska 5A.