Lots of choices, great food. Reasonable price and super friendly staff. Would definitely stop in for brekkie again.
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We stopped here the other morning for a quick breakfast on our way to Seattle. The service was good and the food was quite good for the price. A good value and friendly staff, plus a neat little eclectic vibe :)
We were looking for somewhere close to Peace Arch State Park to have lunch. Big Al's is very near the park. You can see the sign to the park right outside. We stopped in for lunch. I had The Club sandwich (triple decker turkey, bacon)....More
Delicious fluffy blueberry pancakes, ham & Eggs Benedict & hash browns. Wait was a little long considering it wasn't very crowded but we would definitely stop by again. Food tasted homemade from scratch! Big Al's is in an old Denney's & we felt like we...More
When we walk in to Big AL's it was like walking into Sambo's from the 70's. Nothing had changed. Same yellow seats and tables. So far we have waited more than 20 minutes. Not a good sign. Waitress has come by one time to get...More
terrific staff, fair prices, plentiful food. like to go for breakfast, short stack of pancakes enough for me! coffe keeps coming, bacon plentiful and tasty.
Thankyou very much
This is a very comfortable and cozy place to enjoy tasty meals right off the border. The staff is very friendly. Their food is very well prepared in generous portions. For us Canadians trying to go across the border early in the morning to avoid...More
Perfect omelet with unbuttered rye (she remembered!). Hubby had regular breakfast and ate every bite. The hash browns are home made and awesome for a follow-up meal. Coffee was great. Loved this place. Would definitely go back if we head up that way.
This was one of the worst meals I have eaten in a restaurant. On the recommendation of the server I ordered the chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes. It arrived and I couldn't find the steak! It was mush inside the batter which was over...More