Beaterville Cafe Feb 4, 2006

[Bake posting here]
Rating: 3 1/2 stars
Today we went to Beaterville, Cafe on N. Killingsworth in Portland. This was an A.H. pick. A great place to use as our first posting to the blog. A little funky place with pretty darn good food. Overall I’d give this 3 1/2 out of 5 stars. I had a bacon and pepper-cheese omelette. Carlita had the “Spudaker” – a mixture of potatoes, vegetables, and cheese. A.H. had an omelette and Rick had “Green eggs and ham” – a pesto omelette with ham.

The wait staff was coureous and helpful. Service was fine. The food was good. I don’t normally have an omelette, but thought I would today. It was pretty darn good. However, it wasn’t a real “fluffy” omelette as much as unscrambled-scrambled eggs folded over bacon and pepper-jack cheese. The biscuit was nice, the potatoes a little dull.

We use a very subjective 5-star rating system (and we don’t always agree). Anything with 3 stars or above is a place we would go back to. 5 stars is excellent. It’s got to be pretty dreadful to get less than 3 stars, but we haven’t handed out 5 stars to many places.

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2 Responses to Beaterville Cafe Feb 4, 2006

  1. Ray says:

    I've eaten lunch at the Beaterville, but not breakfast. Because of its location, it is popular by some folks from PCC Cascade. The lunch was OK, but not outstanding. The price was right…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I want to try the Beaterville cafe (anything called “Spudaker” is gotta be good) but it is too darn far from San Carlos! I did get to eat at a Denny's the other day – love those “Moons Over My Hammy”!

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