My husband and I went on a weekend getaway to Beaver, UT. While there we dined at Arshels Cafe. It was a quite place to eat, atmosphere was similar to a ma's and pop's place. Very old, small diner. My husband ordered the country fried...More
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Asked locals at the Beaver KOA where we should eat and they recommended Arshel's. We weren't disappointed. Think of it as old fashioned style cooking of comfort food. We had the chicken fried steak and it was great. It was only after we were stuffed...More
Arshel's looks like something out of the fifties. you walk in and its a quaint little place with limited seating, but its the best pot roast i've ever had....
Bedded down in town and needed to feed myself and my two small grandchildren. They don't have much experience with cafes,so granddad being a trucker,up to me to show them😀 Typical small town cafe fare. If you're looking for gluten free,keep moving. Stictly a "meat...More
Had the tilapia, which was excellent. Friendly and good service, very attentive. The waitress stopped by the table every 5 minutes to inquire if everything was okay and if we needed a refill of our beverages.
We were leaving Panguitch on a Sunday and very few places were open. We finally found this place and it turned out to be good. The food was good-ol' home cookin'... eggs, toast and hashbrowns. Pretty much what you'd expect. The waitress seemed like she'd...More
I had the honey dipped fried chicken and it was delicious. My wife had the chicken fried steak and it was also good. This place is what a small town diner is supposed to be. Friendly staff, local charm, good food and plenty of it.