Went on a busy Saturday night. Meal sizes were generous and the home made lemonade is to die for. Efficient and friendly service. Tabbouleh was the freshest I have ever tasted, baklava was devine and the whole dining experience was pleasent. Great value for money. Would definitely recommend and go back again.
My husband and I went to Eddie's for lunch the other day. The food was good but there were no drinks listed on the menu. When we asked what they had, they told us they had the usuals (coke, sprite etc) and homemade lemonade. We ordered two lemonades and then got a rude shock when they charged us $6.50 each! I spoke to the proprietor who said, "Well it wis homemade." Well, I'm sorry but $6.50 for a small glass of bog standard lemonade--squeezed lemon, sugar & water--was a total scam! If they are going to charge that much, they should at least put the prices on the menu so you know upfront that you were being ripped off! I would have gone again if it wasn't for this.
Eddie's Lebanese Eatery is too expensive! Four falafels for $12.00! I never paid that much for falafels. Generally, all the food was good but not worth the price. Four adults left hungry and bill was $100+. I would expect to pay for a belly dancer entertainment and free Lebanese and houmos appetiser at that price. Eddie needs to drop his prices.
We just ate there as its quite new, service was great and quick, and met the owner who was very friendly.we had the meat plate, and a great salad in a crispy shell which you could eat afterwards, quite smart really, and some kibbie with some bread, as always we were so full by the end and the night was great, give it ago with a large group as you can try a lot more on the menu, also the octopus looked great also.