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Sayler's Old Country Kitchen ($$) $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
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10519 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97216 (Map & Directions)
(503) 252-4171

Cuisine:   American, Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
Location: Portland Eastside > East Portland
Website: www.saylers.com/
Delivery: No Attire: Casual Reservations: No
Wifi: No Parking: Yes Alcohol: Yes - full bar
Good for Kids: Yes Outdoor Seats: No Payment: Credit Cards Accepted
Hours: Mon-Thu: 4pm-10pm, Fri: 4pm-11pm, Sat: 3pm-11pm, Sun: 12pm-10pm
 

User Reviews for Sayler's Old Country Kitchen
Mark Hill posted on 01/19/2013
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teak House in the USA Period! The Onion Rings are fabulous. Always order the full size, the half size is 1/8Th the size. You start off with a tray of vegetables and hot bread with melted garlic butter. Try salting the bread after the butter is on. The Steaks Melt in your Mouth. Don;t waste time with a Sirloin you get at Safeway, Try the Fillet or a Porter House. You have a choice of soup or salad and Baked Potato or Fry's. The Fry's are excellent. You then have a choice of ice cream with the meal all included. My God, the price and quality can't be compared. I have dined here sense 1974. Same quality every time. One caution. They do age all their meats so do as I do and ask for the freshest of the aged meats. Nothing worse than getting a bad expensive steak that smells. But not to worry they have replaced 3 steaks in 27 years. That's not bad. They also have a nice bar if you can't get a table, they don't take reservations so come early or be prepared to Waite, especially on Mother/Fathers Day etc. xxx8BŪ8wi
Teddi posted on 11/06/2009
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I ate here regularly from the time I was about 6 years old...(1963) until I moved to Las Vegas at age 40 (1998). It was always my favorite place to eat...and my own children grew up loving it as well since we ate their from when they were toddlers until we moved. It is one of my fondest memories of growing up. In spite of the long long waits, I loved eating their amazing dinners. Great steak, good prices..garlic bread...etc. I took my new husband their when we visited three years ago and he was very impressed also. Plus...we always buy five or six bottles of mushroom sauce when we go...alas, I'm out of it now... anyway, go here...you won't be sorry.
Susan posted on 12/27/2008
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One of the best steaks this side of the Mississippi!<br /> <br /> Come early or the wait is over an hour!


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