My wife and I both had fish and chips for dinner and we substituted Lentil soup for the chips because we had fries last night. The soup was good and the fish were prepared just right. Our server was very nice.
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The pancakes here are so big the overflow the plate. Huckleberry heaven. Amazing food and such friendly staff. My mouth is watering as I type this.
I wanted to go here, as I love berries. Now that I have had a huckleberry, bring on blackberries. These are small berries, lacking juice. The meal itself was good, but not great. The service was awesome!
Went to breakfast with friends before heading to Mt Hood Adventure Park at Ski Bowl. Three of us had chicken fried steak. One was raw the first time around. All of them were bland and not much flavor. The hash browns were pretty good though....More
Had kinda limited seating. Just 6 booths and a bar that wraps around. But they accommodated our group of 15 which was nice. Was good food for the price, way more reasonable than the lodge. The ice cream looked popular, like that was a hit....More
We had time to kill before checking in at the hotel so we drove here and ordered a Huckleberry Shake. They were busy so took a bit, but these things they are famous for...Huckleberry Shakes, Malts, ice cream...a litle higher prices than regular flavors but...More
My husband discovered a curly hair under his hamburger at dinner this evening. We were reported it(&showed it)to the waitress who said "Oh the cook has hairy arms" and went to replace the meal. While waiting, my husband took a French fry from my plate...More
This was our first meal in the morning before hitting the Pacific Crest Trail at Timberline Lodge/Mt. Hood, and we picked the right place. Kind of country-kitchen/rustic-y, like if Cracker Barrel was more authentic and less contrived. Let's just say, lots of wood. And If...More
My coffee cup stayed full! Delicious omelette and nice atmosphere. I really enjoyed the mountain feel of the decor!