This is not the breakfast place you want to go to however they offer a wonderful lunch and a better supper! Their bread is out of this world and the old-time feel of the entire meal is out of this world. It is a lil on the pricey side for dinner (over 13$ for an adult) but it's certainly a treat. Their fried chicken and ham slices are yummy! This is the perfect place to take out of town guests.
I'd never been to a place like this before. The food was good, waitstaff good. I would definitely go back. My recommendation (thanks to a friendly shop clerk named David in Miranda) is to call ahead to see what they're serving. We had some kind of pork and chicken marsala. I would have loved to be there on a night they were serving fried chicken or pot roast.
WE went there many times and last time was July of 2007.It is a wonderful place. Eat as much as you want to and enjoy one of the best foods. Stuff is friendly; and historical pictures and items make this place even more attractive and very interesting. I recommend it. Enjoy it.
I've been going to the Samoa cookhouse since I was a child and have never once left hungry or disappointed. My aunt lived in Oregon and every summer we would pile into the car and take a trip up north to visit her. On our way up and on our way back I would insist that we stopped, not that I really ever thought we wouldn't... Awesome DOWN TO EARTH Comfort food. Those people that compared the food to Denny’s and home town buffet must not have taste buds, either that or a stick lodged in their nether region.
The Samoa Cookhouse experience is fantastic! My husband and I went with a large group of friends after a weekend of camping and everything was great. The food is hearty and delicious, the atmosphere is fun, children are welcomed, and the wait staff are very friendly. We got there about an hour and a half before closing time, and were treated very well, even though we ended up staying until closing time. The original menu items were running low by the end of the evening, but they whipped up some extra food for us to make up for it. I can't wait to go back for breakfast this weekend when we will be in the area on another camping trip! It is definitely not a place that the pretentious might swoon over, but if you know how to relax and enjoy the simpler (and delicious) things in life, you will love it!
Samoa cookhouse is historical in itself. In 1999 Dollhouse Miniatures magazine did a cover story on the cookhouse in miniature. It was fabulous and I took the mag to the cookhouse to share with staff and the waitresses/staff were delighted!!
Food: Homestyle cooking. Had dinner there 2 nights at $15 each adult, breakfast lunch, dinner changes daily. Seems a bit pricey, but you get everything, free ice tea/coffee, two meats (pot roast, fork tender) fresh veggies, soup, salad, desert and their delicious homemade bread (Texas style). No fried chicken is served at dinner, which is what I wanted. Darn.
It was a lot of fun. Lots of logging pictures with big trees....you could sense how it was in the 1890s there. Go, you'll love it!
We came for dinner on a Thursday and the place wasn't too busy. Our waitress was very unattentive. However, it was a really cool place for dinner. Our Pot roast was a little cold, the ribs were a little fatty. The salad and potato were excellent and were the candied baby carrots served with the pot roast. It kind of reminded me of a dinner at a friends house that was an OK cook. But, it sure was a lot of fun. I think if the waitress was paying more attention to us and we didn't have to keep asking for things our experience would have been upgraded. It's probably worth the experience once if you are in the area. We traveled 65 miles because we were camping in the area and had heard such good things. If you are in the area, try it once. If just don't think I'd travel again. The food was just OK.
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