Cheney (/ˈtʃiːni/ CHEE-nee) is a city in Spokane County, Washington, United States. The full-time resident population was 10,590 as of 2010 census. Eastern Washington University is located in Cheney, and its population grows to approximately 17,600 people on a temporary basis when classes at Eastern Washington University are in session.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Never a disappointment! I have eaten here many, many times and will continue coming back. The food is authentic, well-prepared, and delicious. The plates are huge--two average people could share a meal and both come away satisfied. Diners are served a basket of chips with dipping sauce, and given a tasty treat for dessert. Every server is friendly and provides outstanding service. Alcoholic beverages are available. A great place to bring family and friends!
4 based on 12 reviews
My wife ordered an iced drink that was almost entirely ice, and no drink. When she complained, all they did was say, "Next time, order 'light ice.'" Not very cool! Especially on a drink that cost $5! Possibly one of the worst Starbucks experiences ever! Go elsewhere if you can...
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Unless I am dealing with a gift card, if going for coffee (not a coffee drinker) ill go to Thomas Hammer Coffee shops 100% of the time. I think there coffee drinks are drinkable for a non coffee drinker were Starbucks I have given up on. There sides and other options are also much better tasting.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Great for college kids on a budget, you can get a full meal with a drink for about $8. The staff are very friendly and accommodating. I have eaten here several times and loved it every time.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Had brunch here after dropping daughter off at EWU. The Mediterranean sandwich was delicious! My husband had a Philly French Dip sandwich and my daughter had French Toast. All the food tasted great, the bread seems to be made right there or is very fresh from a local place (we didn't ask). The atmosphere was really nice too, kind of a bistro, coffee shop style. We will definitely go here again!! Great job Mason Jar!!
4 based on 2 reviews
For those of you that like a robust cup of coffee, starbucks is the answer. This starbucks makes a great cup of coffee and their staff are almost always friendly. I say almost because one time, I think the girl was having a bad day.
4 based on 35 reviews
Food was excellent. They did not have a large menu and your dinner was served in a Styrofoam box, but it was well worth the visit. I had Spicy Teriyaki Chicken and my husband had regular Teriyaki Chicken. Both were served over white rice with a side salad and a wasabi noodle salad. I enjoyed everything. They have the best Mango Iced Tea that we have ever tasted.
4 based on 42 reviews
Don't know about other meals, but breakfast is superb. Full menu, selections of cofee, order at the counter. Food was delivered to our table very quickly. Very tasty.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
We had kayaked around the lake and decided to have lunch here. This bistro has limited indoor seating and enough outdoor patio seating -- it is in the middle of a campground/ resort. They do overlook the lake but there is a road, swimming beach and large dock in the view from the patio. The food was average but the prices were not - I would have expected them to be lower considering the location. If you order the fish and chips -- ask for 50:50 split of fries and homemade chips. Our server was very nice and informative. Overall the service was very good.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Delicious Benedicts. In that assessment there is no doubt. Price point is fair for the ingredients and the creativity of the bennie options, and portions will more than satisfy the hungry eater. We sampled three: Traditional, Veggie & Southern, and all were well prepared, came out hot, and were eye appealing. Hash browns were outstanding as well, and can be modified with savory additions, i.e., green pepp, onions, cheese, etc...
Here it comes... The Benedicts will seem expensive to some folks--even with the half-size option. I hope that doesn't scare people off, because you will get a second, light meal with a to-go box if you order a whole one. However, the biggest issue for this place may be the juggernaut that is Cheney Zip's. The staid, old-family farmers in our wheat & cow town will always gravitate to a joint where they can spend a third less price on a hearty breakfast. But the menu here has more than just bennies, so there are standard options available, and prices for the non-bennie items were commensurate with other breakfast joints I've been to. In the end, I hope this place succeeds, because they're hard working, youthful, friendly, and provide great table service...
I wish them all the best, and will continue to enjoy their bennies, but in the end I believe it will be an uphill battle to compete with the juggernaut...
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