It's a small restaurant with good food, specially the salmon! For those who enjoy different things, there's liver with onions.
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September 4, 2017 - After checking into the Best Western, we looked around town for a place to eat and there are not a lot of choices. There is a Subway but we wanted something more than a sandwich. So, we pulled into Kopper Kettle...More
We both had burgers, fries and drinks late in pm after hiking in LassenNP. Hit the spot for both of us. We're satisfied with the experience and will return.
This restaurant has been in Chester for over 50 years. Although it changed hands 15 or so years ago, the new owners kept the same traditions as the previous owner. You can usually split an order and the cinnamon rolls are large enough for a...More
The pot roast was the only item in the menu that attracted my attention, and it didn't disappoint. It was so tasty I almost finished the whole enormous portion, which could easily feed three adults. It came with a meal-size side salad, choice of potato...More
This was one of two eateries open on Tuesday night. The building needs a good scrubbing. Dead insects on window sills. Average quality food. Nothing seemed to be scratch made... usual diner fare.
I have been going to the Copper Kettle for many years. They have very good food and service and the prices are fair. This is a local favorite.
There are not too many choices of restaurants in Chester but this appears to be one of the best. Good variety of dishes, most of them can be shared or served senior-sized for the not-so-hungry. Try the Reuben and a Chocolate Shake and be time-ported...More
As we drove through Chester on a Monday evening, the pickings for dinner were pretty slim. There wasn't much that was open. The Kopper Kettle had quite a few cars, so we decided to give it a try. First impressions were that it was pretty...More
The place is tired. Definitely needs a remodel. The food is pretty good and the portions are just right. Went there for dinner and I'm pretty sure the brown gravy was out of a McCormick box. But the meat was tender, vegies were properly cooked...More