136 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
Fuller's Coffee Shop
Parking: Street, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: American, Family Style
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
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02/16/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Aside from the diner decor and seating (stools inside & chairs outside on the walk weather permitting), this is one excellent restaurant. The service here is fast and competent. For such a tiny place, there is a large menu of options. Favorite items include their own baked white bread (egg muffin mixture) and dark wheat bread, chicken fried steak, hot beef sandwich, hamburger, and hash browns but everything Ive tried over several years of regular dining is at the very least good and reasonably priced (portions are huge too). Seating is limited and theres no good place to wait for seats to open, but theres usually room for one or two people to squeeze in (larger groups might need to wait outside). You can also purchase a loaf of the on-site baked bread too (the two mentioned above baked fresh daily, and loaves are often available to buy).
03/16/2004Provided by Citysearch -
If you want a basic meal with no spared expense when it comes to homemade goodness with a side of friendly service and a whole lot of bar stools go to Fuller's Coffee Shop. You can seat yourself and choose from classic choices (I recomend the Reuben, a Burger or anything from the breakfast menu) and when they get there everything is piled high with fresh ingredients and laced with homemade breads and dressings. I reccomend this place 100% on every aspect. And if you really aren't a handsome tipper, you will be after this place!
06/25/2003Provided by Citysearch -
There's a number of highly touted, long wait breakfast places, but only a few that deliver. This isn't one of them. The food certainly isn't bad, but very unexciting. The sausage in the omelets looked/tasted like cut-up frozen links. The hash browns were dry. Servers were nice, but a bit dingy. Mothers and Milos have dishes where many say, ""this is truly unique"" or ""the best I've ever had."" Don't hear people making such statements at Fullers. However, if you value the staff knowing your name and are attracted by nostalgia, then it's worth a visit.