4 based on 297 reviews
This place is great! We had salads for dinner and came back for breakfast the next day because it food was so good. Excellent service, and quality ingredients. Interior is rustic warm and charming. Cool historic photos of North Bend on the walls, and fireplace. A great stop for couple or families!
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Sweet and savory treats at a place to rest and meet in beautiful North Bend, Washington.
My friend and I showed up very hungry to Georgia's. We ordered quiche and had a donut. Both were amazingly delicious and fresh. The atmosphere was lovely and relaxing. We enjoyed talking to the owner as well. The most difficult decision coming here was what delicious pastry to order. Prices are very reasonable.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
I wandered in here looking for a good place to hang out and work while my daughter hiked nearby Mailbox Peak. Such a nice find--extremely pleasant and comfortable hang-out with high tables, low tables, a variety of chairs, large and small tables, and fun art to enjoy and/or buy. I notice they also offer beer and wine. I enjoyed a great cappuccino and a veggie burrito as well as the cheery disposition of the lovely Englishwoman who took my order. Skip Starbucks and come in here.
3.5 based on 275 reviews
If your a Twin Peak’s fan, there’s just about no more iconic place you can go to, and inside, than Twede’s Cafe, home to the interior and exteriors shots of The Double R Diner. The staff inside have embraced this identity…some of them were wearing Twin Peaks Sherif Department T-shirts, the walls are decorated with items placed there by the production, and, of course, they serve “Twin Peaks Cherry Pie”. (Don’t miss the filming photos and other Twin Peaks specific items in the small hallway to the restrooms in the back.
My wife and I went here twice. It was our first stop in town in the mid-afternoon for Twin Peaks Cherry Pie. Sadly…I mean really sadly, the pie was not great…too sweet, tasted like any mass produced grocery store bought pie…if you want really great cherry pie in town, try the Attic at the Salish Lodge nearby (which doubles as the front of the Great Northern Hotel.
We also returned for breakfast the next morning for a generally better food experience.
This too had a bit of a disappointment…the coffee was just okay. It was definitely hot but not so much “Damn.” It was weak diner coffee. This is an epidemic in many breakfast restaurants who really just don’t know how to make coffee…it should be more than browned water…especially so close to the coffee-hub of Seattle, and especially, especially at this location where tourists from all over the world will be coming with high expectations for the “Damned Fine” coffee. Coffee here should be an iconic experience and it was generally disappointing diner coffee.
The breakfast was good though. In terms of basic American diner breakfasts…the portions were HUGE.
I had an egg white omelette with spinach, cheddar cheese and onions. It was served with hash-browns… all of it was cooked and delicious…though I could barely eat half of it because there was so much. Definitely perfect classic diner food…perhaps a touch greasy.
My wife got a vegetable omelette which she also thought was very nice, and french fries on the side which looked like they were made from giant potatoes about five minutes ago. Good job on the breakfast food Twede’s!
4 based on 75 reviews
This place is one of the local favorites for many reasons. It's old time feel, the cheerful outdoor seating, the juicy old fashioned burgers, homemade shakes or a single cone. Locals celebrate the arrival of summer by coming to Scotts for the single cone or better, a homemade shake. Little leagues, soccer teams or football teams come here to celebrate their games. Spring and Summer months are the busiest time due mostly to the added visitors into town for the many hiking trails nearby. This is welcome activities and brings lots of people in town unfortunately, the staff here never seem to be prepared for the increased business. So weather your order is for one single cone or several burgers and fries, expect to wait 5-10 mins. Fortunately, it is worth it.
4 based on 15 reviews
good coffee - great food and fast service at this NorthBend Starbucks. I had the Egg White Egg Bites....very delicious along with a Flat White...both made great and tasty as always.This location is normally busy because of travelers going over the pass and or shopping at the Outlet Mall. Very clean restaurant and restrooms. Thank you
4.5 based on 44 reviews
This is just a motel strip kind of shopping center but there are some good things here and one of the best is Trapper 's Sushi. First of all its a shock once you open the door. Its a high tech, classy place with booths on the side and a community type industrial table in the middle. It has a huge list of all kinds of sushi and its fresh and imaginative. Not too crazy about their Miso soup ( I complain) but otherwise I think the sushi combinations are good, like the sunomono and the cooked iteams as well. Actually a very good restaurant. And certainly unexpected, given it's location. Not a secret though- it can be crowded.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Stumbled across Rio Bravo on a cold rainy day. Glad that I did.
We were greeted warmly by the owners who recommended great selections and advised of customer favourites.
The food came hot and and fairly quickly. Enjoy the quirky atmosphere of this small restaurant while sipping on a Mexican soda. Loved the Western movies that were playing in Mexican.
Food was great and authentic. Portions are generous. You could get away with ordering one entree and splitting it.
4 based on 79 reviews
I don't usually order steak in a restaurant because I prefer to cook my own at home. Made an exception and decided to try the Rib Eye and glad that I did. It was prepared perfectly. My waiter - Isaiah - was absolutely wonderful.
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4.5 based on 27 reviews
We were a party of 6, four adults and two small children and stopped for a quick snack. We all had sweet crepes which were fine, but nothing out of the ordinary. As an English family who have eaten many crepes in France, we've had better and cheaper. Service was polite but slow, even though the café was quite empty and we had to collect our own cutlery. The final bill, with tip came to over $62 which, in our view was quite expensive for six average crepes.
On the off chance that the owners read my review, I would also just like to mention that the combination of peanut butter and jelly under the title of UK Crepe for Kids is totally misleading. This combination is definitely not well known in the UK. Children are more likely to have syrup (treacle), vanilla ice cream, fruit or Nutella on their crepes.
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