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    68510 E Palm Canyon Dr

    Cathedral City,CA

    5.68 miShowtimes

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09/17/2015
By: Ian H.
Lulu's California Bistro
I know this place is often busy but honestly I don't see what all the fuss is about. The food was just middling and the service was indifferent. My partner is a vegetarian and the waitress could care less that the "vegetarian" dish she brought him had chicken in it. Not even an apology. Frankly, the only thing missing was curlers in her hair and a cigarette dangling from her lips.
09/18/2015
By: Wei W.
Lulu's California Bistro
My favorite american restaurant, as long as i go to Palm springs, i will visit this restaurant at least once. the food quality and service you cannot ask more, and the price for 3 courses is really really cheap.
06/29/2012
By: venzkec
Palm Greens Cafe
Great place for vegetarian and other healthy options. Ambience and menu are generally Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian.
02/10/2012
By: walkonair
King's Highway
Amazing breakfast (if you eat pig you have to try their bacon!) also great unique salads. Friendly service too.
02/10/2012
By: walkonair
Lulu's California Bistro
The food was nothing stellar but the location and service were great. A good food value too.
09/03/2013
By: Sean M.
Rio Azul Mexican Bar & Grill
love it all! great staff, great food, and always fun times.
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