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“Yummy puds”
Review of Cedar Farm Cafe

Cedar Farm Cafe
Ranked #4 of 6 Restaurants in Mawdesley
Cuisines: British
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

We ate here as a family of four. We all had light meals- soup/salad. This was in order to leave room for the yummy puds. We each tried a different one and no one was left disappointed. Portion sizes here are large in my opinion.

Thank KAW101
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

Each time I've been here the food has been excellent. Lovely pastry quiche and difference fillings each time. Extensive mixed salad, best I've had out anywhere. the service was quick and friendly each time and a very reasonable price for such great fresh, home cooked food.

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1  Thank Lyn R
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Reviewed 25 August 2017

Two parties of two had vouchers to use so we decided to book for afternoon tea. Couldn't find any menu online and the email address shown on the website bounced back. When we called to book we were told that they had a couple of big parties in and could only accommodate a certain number of afternoon teas. However the lady did kindly confirm availability the day before by ringing us as arranged. We had seen something showing afternoon tea at £8-75, and we were offered either vegetarian or meat but only in multiples of two....so the one member of our party that fancied the veggie sandwiches lost out as ' it would be too tricky ' to make them for one. We were then advised that no drinks are included! The only coffees on offer are filter or cafetieres (for one) no cappuccinos here! The service and the food was very good though with ham and mustard, and smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwiches, warm scones and a nice selection of cakes. On paying we found that the meat afternoon tea was £10 per person which is a bit expensive when you have to add drinks on top. Overall good service and food but have never been charged extra for meat sandwiches and had afternoon tea without a drink!

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Thank Catherine P
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

A very mediocre chicken caesar salad and a Welsh Rarebit which was less than appetising served with a tepid pot of tea on a grubby table with no condiments - No more to say!

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5  Thank keeblecooper
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Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Was a bit concerned after reading some other reviews but we decided to give Cedar Farm a go for ourselves. Glad we did, lovely menu with lots to choose from. Food did not disappoint, lovely lunches all round. Service was spot on, very friendly and helpful. Very enjoyable, will definitely eat here again.

Thank njw562
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