Step into the 1940s when you enter this landmark restaurant in Portland's booming Pearl District . The red vinyl swiveling stools stand poised and ... More
Fuller's Coffee Shop
Step into the 1940s when you enter this landmark restaurant in Portland's booming Pearl District . The red vinyl swiveling stools stand poised and ready for the next customer, while the servers greet everyone with a smile and a pot of coffee. The restaurant serves breakfast and lunch to loyal patrons who stop in for a quick bite. Lawyers, students, beauticians and construction workers share the counter space and conversation. Try the fish and chips for lunch. French toast is a favorite for breakfast. Payment is accepted only in the form of cash.
You get your money's worth and then some. Outstanding for typical breadfast food and very amenable to variations in one's preferences. The lunches are very good too.
The waffles and pancakes are made with an egg rich batter.
The bacon is the best I've ever gotten in a restaurant. They have a tasty seafood lunch, and a good meat and cheese salad, and a tasty taco salad.
It's very, and understandably busy.
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