Breakfast here delightful not a long wait despite the tiny space, totally worth it No credit cards here.
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This place is amazing, and the best place we found to eat. We just wish we found it the first day instead of the last day. My husband and I were lucky enough to get there early so we were seated fairly quickly. People were...More
We have eaten at this lovely little restaurant so many times over the years, and it never disappoints. During busy times there can be quite a wait, so we usually visit in the winter. The food is well-prepared and we appreciate the fresh fruit side...More
This place was ok, just. It’s living of a reputation it once had. The staff don’t really care about you because they know there is “another John” coming in, once you leave. There are plenty of cafe’s better than this in Cannon Beach.
One of the tests for a French chef is to make an omelette. Lazy Susan’s fluffy perfectly cooked omelettes would certainly pass the test. I had the special smoked salmon and cream cheese. A delicious meal. But skip the coffee😇
Every year my husband and I spend a few days in November at Cannon Beach. And, also every year we go to Lazy Susan's Cafe for breakfast. It is a very small, family-fun cafe, tucked back behind the main street of Cannon Beach. The service...More
I really enjoyed my meal at Lazy Susan. The restaurant itself is really cute and quaint and is small enough to feel cozy and home-y. Their omlettes are really tasty, but for the most part, nothing very unique. However, each meal came with really good,...More
Clearly locals love this restaurant. The clam chowder was good, not great. The sale was good. The service was friendly. The setting is pleasant but a bit crowded. The restaurant is a great choice depending on your mood. There are lots of other equally good...More
My 2 teenage daughters and I loved our breakfast. We got a my favorite omlette, an English muffin (wonderful marrionberry jam), a side of ham (huge portion) and a scone. Everything was wonderful, and we had plenty. All 3 of us shared the huge scone....More
As you walk into Lazy Susan’s you are instantly hit with the mouthwatering smells of cinnamon, sugar, & pumpkin (I visited in October so maybe that’s why!). We had about a 45 minute wait for a table - which we kind of expected as we...More