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Fuller's Coffee Shop

136 N.W. Ninth, Portland, OR - (503) 222-5608
No fancy meals here, just excellent bacon and eggs and toast from homemade bread, accompanied by good coffee and lots of conversation at the counter.
100% Approval Rating (13 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Omelet
Hot Beef Sandwich
French Toast
Marionberry Pie
Cinnamon Roll
Coffee
Pig In A Blanket

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (5)
Roadfood.com Editor
"For the first time in a decade, we walked into Fuller’s Coffee Shop the other day … and saw a framed cover of our earlier guidebook, Eat Your Way Across the USA, hung on the wall. It was displayed there because Fuller’s used to be one of our favorite recommended ..."   [Read More]
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Deborah Pastor
July 27, 2010
"At first, Fullers looked like a typical diner. Fantastic omelets, food served piping hot of the griddle, and waitresses who kept filling up my coffee cup. But how many typical diners have homemade whole wheat bread with homemade marionberry jam on the side? How about ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

136 N.W. Ninth, Portland, OR
(503) 222-5608

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
Actually, the toast comes on a separate plate, but we arranged it around everything else for the picture's sake. Note the crisp bacon ... and the crusty but soft hash browns. This is the way we like to start our day!
"Actually, the toast comes on a separate plate, but we arranged it around everything else for the picture's sake. Note the crisp bacon ... and the crusty but soft hash browns. This is the way we like to start our day!"
Michael Stern





I was never offered a bite (and honestly was too busy with my bacon and cheese omelet), but this dish was photo-worthy for sure.  The syrup came heated, a nice and rare touch.
"I was never offered a bite (and honestly was too busy with my bacon and cheese omelet), but this dish was photo-worthy for sure. The syrup came heated, a nice and rare touch."
greer westerink


Good coffee is a Portland hallmark. Fuller's serves it in abundance. Buy one cup, get refills throughout the meal.
"Good coffee is a Portland hallmark. Fuller's serves it in abundance. Buy one cup, get refills throughout the meal."
Michael Stern


There are no tables at Fuller's. Its two U-shaped counters make for speedy service and a quiet sense of camaradarie among customers and staff. Here the waitress refills a coffee cup.
"There are no tables at Fuller's. Its two U-shaped counters make for speedy service and a quiet sense of camaradarie among customers and staff. Here the waitress refills a coffee cup."
Michael Stern


Known on the menu as simply
"Known on the menu as simply "Our Famous Omelet", this belly buster is loaded with onion, tomato, ham, cheese and mushrooms. Hope you are hungry!"
Cliff Strutz


This great, old neon clock hangs behind the cash register and adds to the genuine coffee shop atmosphere.
"This great, old neon clock hangs behind the cash register and adds to the genuine coffee shop atmosphere."
Cliff Strutz


Fuller's wall gallery includes the cover of <U>Eat Your Way Across the USA</U>, an earlier guide book in which we called it
"Fuller's wall gallery includes the cover of Eat Your Way Across the USA, an earlier guide book in which we called it "a simple place, easy to love.""
Michael Stern


A very inconspicuous place in an off-the-beaten-path neighborhood now known as The Pearl District, Fuller's is a steady beacon of good eats.
"A very inconspicuous place in an off-the-beaten-path neighborhood now known as The Pearl District, Fuller's is a steady beacon of good eats."
Michael Stern



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