Widely recognized as best on the county. Small and personal with friendly service and well cooked food. Crowded on weekends so get there early if in a hurry. Otherwise, he prepared to wait. Big crowds often mean best food.
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The restaurant has a friendly atmosphere and great home cooking. If you go on the weekend, you might have to wait for a table even though they have a spare dining room across the way. It fills up fast. Their eggs Benedict and their Sandstone...More
We stopped here for lunch on our way from a cruise in Seattle to Springfield, OR. The atmosphere was nice. The staff was very kind and very prompt. The restaurant was clean (the bathrooms needed attention - but I do not think they belong to...More
Members of our church get together once in a while for a brunch after church in the room off the main restaurant. Always great food, and great accustics when we sing the Doxology before our meal!
The food is good for a breakfast joint off the beaten path in a historic feeling downtown (pop 1700). Kids meals had good portion sizes. Adults were not huge. Toast was classic diner style. Hash browns crispy and a touch on the greasy side. Waffles...More
The atmospere in this restaurant is so nice. A true little diner with some history of the area on display. The breakfast here is very good! I like the Omelets and the Bisquits and Gravy. My husband always has the basic eggs and bacon. He...More
Good prices, good food, and a pleasant atmosphere make this a delightful lunch stop. The waitress seemed distracted but was anxious to please. There are less than a dozen tables and the central lighting is florescent overheads, so the window tables are in demand.
Over the past 10 years of living close to this very small town of Tenino, my wife and I have eaten at this diner at least once a week, usually more often than that. Has been owned by three different owners over that years, but....currently...More