Kamiah (/ˈkæmi.aɪ/ ( listen) KAM-ee-eye) is a city in Idaho and Lewis counties in the U.S. state of Idaho. The largest city in Lewis County, it extends only a small distance into Idaho County, south of Lawyer Creek. The population was 1,295 at the 2010 census, up from 1,160 in 2000. The city lies in the narrow valley of the Clearwater River; downstream are Orofino and Lewiston, at the confluence with the Snake River.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Serving only breakfast and lunch, but well staffed and good food -- in ample portions, of course. Breakfast voucher from Hearthstone Inn offered enough choice to satisfy. Nice period decor, clean and simple. No doubt, the best spot in Kamiah for a breakfast or mid-day...MoreThank you for recognizing the georgeuos decor of our eatery. The owner, Marjorie, has a real knack and taste for elegant. We appreciate your stopping and sharing your experience. We hope to see you in Kamiah again one day.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Stayed over night in Kamiah. Judie at the Clearwater 12 recommended...
Basic bar,cafe. Good food, salad bar. Great staff! Locals place for sure. Don't be turned off the "bar" sign out front or the locals sitting out front smoking! They had something I haven't seen in years, an old fountain style milkshake machine. I had our waitress take a pic for me. She was a one women show!!!
Oh and she made GREAT margaritas too!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
This place was a find. We both had a version of the Kooskia Muddle and it was very good. Good coffee, friendly service, and some truly amazing barbed wire art on the walls as well. We will be back.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
After a long day on the motorcycle we were in need of a cold beverage. What we discovered was friendly folks, a fabulous bartender (thank you Barney), and an AWESOME Friday night prime rib dinner. Thumbs way up!!
4 based on 12 reviews
We had the BBQ chicken pizza and a Ceasar Salad. The pizza was way heavy on the BBQ sauce, which overpowered all other flavors, the crust was to thick and chewy - it had been seriously over-kneaded. The salad was good though. The place is being run by 16 year olds and so the service is exactly what you'd expect in that circumstance.
4 based on 12 reviews
Palenque is a small place with a large menu. Prices are low, the food is hot, and it is authentic. Mom and dad do the cooking and we found our enchilada Chile relleno comb very flavorful.
Service was okay-the teen age waitstaff was more interested in visiting local teens than making sure water glasses were full, etc.
We would eat here again-the prices were right and the food was good.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
This little cafe is hidden away in the Lewis and Clark KOA campsite. The menu is limited but if you are like me, the all day breakfast option is a big bonus. Prices are reasonable and the service is attentive without being obtrusive. Worth a stop along the highway.
Sandwiches, homemade soup, burgers, hotdogs, chips, nachos, ice cream, desserts, sundaes, milkshakes, and much more! Come on in! Enjoy fast friendly service in a unique, rustic country-style atmosphere.
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