great breakfast and lunch!. Nice omelet dishes. I love their homemade sausage in the omelets. Very tasty. Always have left overs for another meal. Quiches (yes, real mean eat quiche) are great and you can buy whole to take home, if so desired. We hope to try dinner one day. Great little place, been there for years and it's adored by regulars!
Always a great meal, any time of the day!. We admit, we have become regulars. Weekday breakfast is great. Weekends are very crowded, and the place is not sound proof. I love their omlettes and if you don't like salt, avoid Feta (duhhh). Some people like savory, som don't. Service is always efficient and kind, but over worked usually. Love that they are very close to home. If you haven't given this place a chance, do so. Keep meaning to try dinner, but haven't read anything about it. Keep up the great work!
Wonderful breakfasts. We've been coming to La Provence for years. The service is fast, friendly and efficient, and the food (especially the salmon hash) is scrumptious and filling. Though they get crowded on the weekends, it never takes long to get seated. They can also accomodate larger crowds. It's my favorite go-to breakfast place in town. And in the suburbs!
For simple and romantic dinners with a date... yeah, this place is good.
I love this place. I live in LO, and I eat there often. Breakfast is good, but for simple and romantic dinners with a date... yeah, this place is good. If you are single, you will understand.
It depends on what you are looking for, but if you want a French cafe' in Oregon, this is the best emulation that you will find.
Charmant et delicieux!. La Provence is one of my favorites. Whether its waffles with the family or a romantic dinner for two, you're sure to enjoy yourself. The staff is always wonderful and the bakery and desserts are amazing! La provence has a quaint charm and is by far the best bistro buy in town.
Great Bistro. My family eats here all the time. It is by far the bargain basement of top flight food. NOTHING in the area beats the food quality and the price you pay for it. Try the smoked salmon pasta at lunch, or on weekends try the cheese steak sandwich. You won't believe it! And if the meal didn't keep from walking unassisted to the car ... the pastries will! Ever wonder where Zupan's gets their pastries ... this is one of the places! Try the Versaille.
Fun, happening, and delicious!. The service is always great and the food is even better. It's the closest you'll get to a Parisian Pâtisserie here in the Portland area.
Baddisuitma (beautiful)!!!!. THE FRENCH TOAST IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD! Big thick hunks of homade bread french toasted & sliced in the middle with cream cheese slathered inside & smothered in blueberries! The omelettes, and home potatoes are just a hearty plate of goodness! The salmon and eggs benedict dish makes my mouth water! Fresh bread is put out at all of the tables while you wait, and the coffe is quality good stuff. For the amounts and quality of the food the prices are great!
A tasty start to the day. This is not the place for an intimate breakfast a deux; within moments of being seated, you'll be treated to a regular cacaphony of the variety of ringers on Lake Oswego wireless phones. But the food is good, especially the bacon, toast (huge slabs; order only one slice, believe me), and orange juice. Sounds crazy, I know, but this place has the best fresh orange juice around. Also, some headachy mornings their little mountain of cut up fruit is just the thing. The hash browns are worse than nothing special; quelle surprise! Stay with anything else and you'll feel like you're starting the day with a big French kiss.
Vive La Provence!. Discover for yourself the many delights of this sliver of France in Lake Oswego
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