We had lunch here as we were passing through town. It was expensive for frozen and box food. The mac n cheese appeared to be from a box while the homemade lasagne appeared to be a frozen Costco special. We will not be back. Save...More
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We were finishing up a 4 hour drive from Boise, and needed a break. We got to the cafe (hidden inside the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute) just before closing on a windy and chilly afternoon. Although they were ready to go home, the staff was welcoming...More
This place is a recent addition to the coffee shops in the Astoria area. Kinship is a little smaller to sit in when you need wi-fi and a java first thing in the morning, but well worth a visit. Staff are very friendly and helpful.
We had a catered evening at the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute as part of our weekend in Pendleton and it was an excellent venue for our 100 person dinner. The staff was friendly, greeted us and made us comfortable. Our group spent time both before and...More
I had lunch a couple of times there and I've never been disappointed. The food is great, especially the lasagna and the indian tacos every first friday, the best i've ever eaten !
The food is alway good; great salads. You can usually find something made with Huckleberries and the fry bread is alway a treat. The Cafe is housed in Tamastslikt Interpretive Center and it is wonderful.
I ate there one time and one time is enough!!!! The worker was rude and ignored me and my wife while they talked with one of their friends who wasnt even ordering then the food was so bad i didnt even eat it I just...More
I had fry bread taco the last time I was there. It was the best I have ever had. It was a special, and I don't think they have it every day. The cultural institute where the restaurant is located is glorious. The views are...More
When visiting the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, (near the Wildhorse Resort) plan to have lunch at the institute’s Kinship Café. Just off the main reception area/museum entrance, it’s open for lunch only and features the celebrated foods salmon and huckleberries. Before venturing out there, my wife...More