I ordered the meatloaf, and even though it seemed to taste ok, albeit a little bland, I should've been more careful. The temperature was barely above room temperature, and the texture was not moist or fresh - it was dry. I was very hungry, and the entire place was slammed with kids on a field trip, so I ate it all instead of sending it back - boy was I sorry. I woke up in the middle of the night and was so sick that I still felt queasy until almost noon. After that, I was fine, but I should never have eaten the meatloaf!
This is my favorite place in Astoria to eat breakfast. The Pig n' Pancake gets more attention, but there isnt one thing they make as good as Stephanie's Cabin. You have to try their eggs benedict, or one of their omeletes.
Lunch and dinner are good too (4/5 stars). They have a Prime Rib dinner that is really good and only $9.95 during the winter on weekends, we always go for that. If you want a fine dining atmosphere, or fancy foods with frills, you might wanna look somewhere else. I just think breakfast lunch and dinner they are teh best place to eat in the area.
While I wouldn't say that Stephanie's Cabin is a favorite of mine, I do enjoy having breakfast there every once in awhile.
Their omelettes are big, hearty, messy, totally-bad-for-you, and quite yummy. You can get them served with dinner plate sized pancakes, if you like. But be warned, you probably won't make it through half of what they put in front of you.
Value is pretty good, considering the portion sizes.
Decor is ok, with (as one would expect from the name of the restuarant) a northwoods cabin theme. A bit cutesy for my taste, but many will find it charming.
The restuarant has quite a bit of seating, so it is popular with larger groups. There is a bit of a river view in the back seating area.
Again, not one of my favorite places, but every once in awhile, one of those omelettes is just the thing.
Clam chower was thick enough to stand a spoon in, unfortunately the thickener is flour so watch out for pasty clam chower. Salad is head lettuce right out of a bulk bag of salad. Price is average and service is just like you would get at a highway truck stop.
The tables were clean and no sign of cigarette smoke so at least that's an improvement over a truck stop.
If you want something other than a quick meal, don't stop here.
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