Posting this on Yelp instead since it'll be seen by far more than just the Yellow Pages. Given my rating though, it is not good.
1375 NW Saint Lucie West BlvdPort Saint Lucie, FL 34986
From Business: Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen serves made-from-scratch goodness: Quality ingredients, prepared fresh in our kitchen. It’s the right way, not the easy way. Because it …
Didn't have what I ordered, veg. was undercooked, and drink watered down. Use to be nice place to eat.
After reading such a great article, in the Florida Today Newspaper, on Shep’s Diner we encouraged our group of bowling friends to try it out. What a mistake that was. We waited a long time for our orders. I ordered a cheese mushroom hamburger cooked medium rare…it was well done and dry and wishing I could see the mushrooms. Waitress kept calling it a cheese burger and I guess she was right, but she did bring me more very greasy mushrooms after I had my hamburger half eaten. My husband’s hamburger was tough…yep tough. How do you make a tough hamburger unless it was reheated in the microwave to long. Another order of fried clam strips was rubbery. Someone else’s order of hash browns was so greasy they could not eat them. AND then we waited and waited for our checks. Bad service…bad food..we will not be going there again.
I recommend the vegetarian omelet and add asparagus! And I also love that the owner was willing to donate GC's to the BOOTY RUN 5K for Colon Cancer Awareness to benefit our local charity (Cancer Care Foundation.) and I like to patronize these places that do give back to our community. So when I decided to give this place a try and found it to be clean, waitress to be friendly and attentive and my service to be fantastic. Food came out HOT and I enjoyed it very much. I think people who writes a novel for a review and nit-picks every tiny aspect of a café needs to relax + calm down and realize your crappy review just makes you look like you have nothing to do but make themselves feel relevant. IMO
I've eaten at this diner for years and for diner's it's great! I'm wondering if the previous reviewer is in the right place???? I've never seen any of the things he/she said happen there. Waitresses are always on top of their orders. Never, ever have I seen anyone (worker or customer) appear as dope heads!!! This is an out and out attack on this restaurant, maybe from a disgruntled dope head ex-employee? I would highly recommend That Little Restaurant to everyone. Food is great and service great as well.
So my family and I went to Chedders for the first time this evening and the service was awful.First the server asked how much longer until everyone arrived because he was tired and wanted to go home. My family and I waited 20 plus minutes for our drinks, after our appetizers the server failed to clean up any dirty plates or empty drink cups and did not even ask how we were doing. The food took forever and most of our food was cold. We did not even receive our soups and salads until after our entrees. Not to mention our server only had 2 other tables. However we did notify the manager and he gave us a fair discount on our meal. We had a family of 12 and not one of us were completely satisfied. Myself nor my family will never return to this establishment. It was very disappointing as we were having a family get together with our father who came into town from another state. Save your money and go somewhere else.
Great food and great service!!! First time here and will come back again!!! Our server was excellent.
New favorite place. Stopped in for a late lunch, and was most pleasantly surprised at the new and welcoming decor. (Found out there is a new owner who's only been there for 9 months.) They serve breakfast (any time), lunch, and dinner with extensive choices in each category. Our server welcomed us at the door and was friendly and knowledgeable about the menu items. My husband had the Italian Stallion, and I had the Gyro - both were delicious and large portions. We sprung for dessert too, (a seldom known pleasure), but after finding out they were all made in-house by the chef's wife we couldn't resist. Hubbie had the tiramisu and I had to stop him from licking the plate. But I had this brilliant thing called Gala Buriko. It's phyllo dough filled with a very light vanilla custard with warm cinnamon & orange syrup poured over it. It was a huge portion and I thought for sure I would have plenty to take home - did not happen, I ate the whole thing. Nick, the owner/chef, came out to the table to introduce himself and ask if we enjoyed our food - nice touch - and as we were leaving we noticed him checking in on some of the other folks. All in all it was a lovely, serendipitous surprise and we will certainly be going back.
The atmosphere is very nice-lots of plants. However, it's very noisy. Nearly had to yell across the table. The food selections were not very healthy. Food was almost too salty to eat. Where's the salad bar? Food prices were OK but the drink prices were very expensive. One more try and that's it.
Wait staff friendly but expects you to know menu - we told ours it was our first time there and still no patience. Their are NO SUBSTITUTIONS so if you cant have green food due to medication you get half of what you pay for.My mother ordered the Special Dinner that comes with a "desert" she ordered a piece of cake. When ordered the waitress said nothing about it. We were charged for the cake and when I asked the waitress she said the "desert" was pudding.The complementary pita did not come till the end of our meal and the dip was there dill sauce for their Gyros.It took forever to get our food.Prime Rib and cakes were very good but the rest was un-seasoned.$80 + for a party of 3 is not worth the return.