Country Cat Dinnerhouse & Bar

Row 1

7937 SE Stark St (at SW 80th Ave)
Portland, OR 97215
(503) 408-1414
American, Breakfast
$ $
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Seriously underwhelmed. Server was bored/rude when asked for recommendations. Food was expensive for the size/taste. I hope their breakfasts are better because their dinner menu was disappointing.
  • $6 for half a can of baked beans. Still burping up the chicken wings!
  • Rude rude rude, bitches
  • The Country Cat is all about American food, prepared by a chef, Adam Sappington, who understands the nuances of old world cuisine. The fried chicken here is out of control. [Eater 38 Member]
  • One of the slowest restaurants in Portland.
  • Recommend to go on a week night. Love it.
  • Been here for breakfast lunch and dinner. I keep trying to like it, but I've been disappointed every time.
  • The WT breakfast is yummy! Their biscuits are the best.
  • Skip the burger: tough, underseasoned and always well-done, regardless of what was ordered. Low point of an otherwise tasty menu.
  • Well from start to finish that was a pretty awful time.
  • Secretly uncrowded on Saturday mornings for brunch. Excellent service, especially if you grab a seat at the bar. Delicious Bloody Mary's.
  • Jerky is tasty, but chewy. Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon was good, not sure if I liked the bones in it though.
  • House made beef jerky = meat candy.
  • Epic as always. Sausage is exceptional!
  • 12-1230 PM on Sundays the seats free up!
  • At this new eastside bastion of regional American cuisine, the Midwest and the Northwest collude on the plate.
  • Brunch! Good!
  • Breakfast is pretty good... side of Bacon is worth it, but you'll want to split it. :-)
  • Good god. The slow burn was hands down one of the tastiest breakfasts I've ever had the pleasure of eating
  • Fiance got the WT. His egg were cooked to Perfection, the biscuit was delicious, and the gravy is out of this world. Same feeling on potatoes, lackluster. Overall nine out of ten for this dish!

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