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“Great breakfast - great menu”

Old European Restaurant - Pullman
Ranked #4 of 85 Restaurants in Pullman
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $8 - $15
Cuisines: European, German, Hungarian, Danish
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast
Restaurant details
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast
Reviewed December 16, 2012

Loved having my own French press coffee at the table. Wide selection of food on the menu - even a gluten free page on the menu!

Thank Melody_440
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Reviewed December 16, 2012

This place is a local haven for breakfast. Charming old world decor and the breakfasts are generous. Expect to wait in line, but the wait will be worth the experience. Lots of "homemade" items to choose from, wide selection for all meals. As with every place in Pullman, if it is an event weekend, very crowded and noisy.

Thank Victoriapdq
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Reviewed November 19, 2012

I used to come here almost twice a week and was somewhat of a regular. However, one day my boyfriend ordered a toast, meat, hashbrowns, and one egg that was part of a breakfast sandwich order. The waitress hands us our bill and just for his food alone it was $20. When I had asked the waitress about it she merely pointed out that the hashbrowns were apparently an extra charge and the meat was an extra charge, she never bothered asking us if we knew this before hand merely pointed out that sorry thats an extra 10 dollars for hashbrowns and two pieces of bacon.....WHAT AN ABSOLUTE RIP OFF. If you do not split something expect to walk out of there with at least a $15 a person bill. Also I couldn't help but notice the overwhelming MOLD smell while sitting next to the booths around the building.

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3  Thank Cj W
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Reviewed November 16, 2012

Everything is made right there using their own recipes. They serve European favorites for breakfast and lunch. Breakfast choices include Swedish crepes, appelskivers, potato pancakes, and my favorite an untraditional Hungarian goulash consisting of potatoes, eggs, meat, vegis and cheese.

Thank kkpge
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

You need to make sure you have not eaten recently before you visit here as the food is so good you will eat, eat and eat!
We have eaten here several times with our son at Washington State and each time, we leave full, happy, and very satisfied.
The restaurant is often very crowded as it is popular with the University students but the staff do a calm and efficient procedure to get people in and seated.
The hardest part of the trip there would beto decide WHAT to eat -the menu is HUGE and extensive...omelettes, scrambles, pancakes, waffles, ableskivers, potatoes, sausages, bacon and more, more, more.
Be prepared to ask for a box for leftovers as the portions are very generous.

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Thank 54peg54
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