Stopped in after a long day of hiking with the family. The food was good and the wait was short. We enjoyed our meal.
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There are not a lot of good dining establishments in this neck of the woods so I think this is a little gem (access to the Mt. St. Helen's area and Gifford Pinchot National Forest). They had some very nice homemade soup. The usual assortment...More
This small town restaurant, was clean and inviting. I wish I could say more positive things about the food. Our waitress was sweet and efficient, but at a loss for making a suggestion that may had led to a more satisfying meal and review. My...More
Clean and friendly service food is typical small town restaurant. They have a few items with a spin like Irish sausages but the normal fried crunchy appetizer. We eat here at least twice a month. Staff is helpful and beer is cold. Pizza is usually...More
We stopped by for lunch. It was off season so not very crowded, but the food was plentiful and had great flavor. Great place to fuel up for the day.
My wife and I had an enjoyable dinner here. Our server was prompt and poured a great drink! We both had the trout dinners which were perfectly cooked and served hot straight from the kitchen. Nothing worse that cold fish. For such a great meal...More
Good food at a reasonable price. Breakfast was tasty and convenient (since we also stayed in their hotel). Nice location close to both Rainier and St. Helens.
Checking out the eats in Randle while camping near by. We have ate at tall timber for years. But things have changed there. They have new staff in the kitchen that are very slow. They increased the prices and shrunk the portions. The value is...More
There are not a lot of restaurants in either Packwood or Randle, so we decided to give this little diner a try. We were pleasantly surprised to find pan fried trout on the menu, and even more surprised are the reasonable price. The dinner comes...More