Great sandwiches... the Rueben was the best I’ve had in a long time. Wait staff was very nice...quick service.
1 - 10 of 213 reviews
We had a great waitress but my country fried steak was less than impressive and was $15. The train that drives around is nostalgic and adorable.
This was an unplanned stop for breakfast. The restaurant was very clean. The coffee had a chlorine taste. The food was outstanding - in fact purfect. The service was very slow - not busy and it took forty five minutes to get breakfast. When in...More
We used to go to the restaraunt years ago while in Baker City, and found menu plentiful and excellent food. Not so anymore. Menu had been widdled down to practically nothing, and food was nothing at all like before. Not worth coming back unless more...More
This is a favorite stop when we are traveling. The food is all ways delicious, plentiful and the service is great. 1/2 high pancakes, great hash browns and eggs done to perfection. The highlight is the train that runs throughout the restaurant. Highly frequented by...More
Twice every year I travel to Baker City for a three day business meeting. I always go for breakfast at this restaurant. The food is awesome and the waitresses are friendly and helpful and the cook is fast! There is a train traveling through the...More
Awesome food at lunch time. All 4 of our group had awesome sandwiches, 2 burgers/2 sandwiches and a huge amount of fries. None of us could eat all the fries because the burgers were so big. Today was cold/windy and we stopped to get soup...More
We stopped at Sumpter Junction for breakfast while traveling through Baker City recently. It was a good choice, good food, reasonably priced, quick service, friendly staff and an easy in and out while having an RV in tow. The train running around inside the restaurant...More
Great little restaurant with a fun train motif. Food was good, too. Everything was fresh and delicious. Watching the train go by made our day!
My wife and I met with my parents for lunch/breakfast (breakfast served all day!!!). I remember being a child and watching the train go by and as an adult I still enjoy watching the train.