Want a breakfast to kill a hangover? Want honest staples at a good price? Don't feel like a chain store meal? Don't want to drive out to Mission to go to Roccos? Try the Log Cabin! Quaint little hideaway, hardworking friendly staff, grub that will fill you, no parking issues, the smell of cedar from Harolds' mill next door after a quiet drive down a pleasant road (256th) makes you want to keep coming back! The wife and I love this place as a spot to go and get unpretentious hearty food on a weekend morning. Most of the folks who go there are mill workers, prison staff and you don't want to upset them, and they don't! If you go their on a Sunday, Breakfast is all day, and don't expect too want dinner after! Favs are loggers breakfast, and eggs benny with a sauce that will clog your arteries from 50 feet, but you'll die happy! Try the corn chowder, wow....... Don't expect grandiose service, presentation, or much more than the odd smile when you get your food or coffee, but hey, it's filling, good, greasy, tasty, hearty, starchy grub to fill your gob with, at a great price! Also, Cell Service is spotty, so you can stuff your face without those annoying calls from work!
This is my favourite place to get breakfast in Maple Ridge. If not here, I would rather eat at home. There is just nothing else worth while going to out here. It is a long drive but worth it.
I am pretty sure this is a family run place. The lady who runs it is positive and outgoing. You won't find fancy tablecloths and napkins on your lap here. This is a no-frills kind of place with great food. I have never had any food here that I did not think was great and I am pretty fussy about food.
I was looking forward to going this morning again and realized they are shut down for their vacation until August 11....guess it's breakfast at home.
I highly recommend that you give this place a try. You won't be sorry.
This may just be the hokiest breakfast place you'll ever eat!
Food was great, greasy, big plates, exactly what rustic diner food should be. Eggs benny was delish, hollandaise made from scratch, done right. The hashbrowns are potatoes from the night before that have been re-fried and given some texture. Again this isn't fine dining, but rather the best diner food you're going to find.
The head woman running the place has been there for a million years, like a mother hen keeping everyone moving and everything going. Amazingly friendly, happy, super customer service oriented, trying extremely hard to make us feel comfortable and welcome (even though we were over dressed, didn't look like we belonged at all and had a screaming toddler).
This is very literally a 15 table restaurant, unsophisticated, next door to a mill, 2 doors down from a correctional institute, and kinda in the middle of nowhere. I had my doubts driving the long winding road into the forest, and even locked the Audi doors just in case there was a prison break effort on our clock ... but was pleasantly surprised once we arrived.
Can't say as though the place makes any sense, but breakfast was great!