Blue Heron Bistro

★☆☆☆☆
  • 100 W Commercial Ave

    Coos Bay, OR 97420

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  • 541-267-3933

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Sun 9am-8pm, Mon-Fri 11am-9pm, Sat 9am-9pm

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I visited this restaurant on our trip to Southern Oregon this summer. I like german food, and thought it would be a treat to eat there. Well, it was mostly disapointing because of horrible service. From the time we entered the restaurant to the time we had food on the table it took a full hour. And it seemed like 5 hours for us with two little hungry kids, and hungry adults as well. To top it off, we waited 20 minutes for a desert, which was a traditional apple strudel - and it turned out to be old and disgusting.

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★☆☆☆☆

I visited this restaurant on our trip to Southern Oregon this summer. I like german food, and thought it would be a treat to eat there. Well, it was mostly disapointing because of horrible service. From the time we entered the restaurant to the time we had food on the table it took a full hour. And it seemed like 5 hours for us with two little hungry kids, and hungry adults as well. To top it off, we waited 20 minutes for a desert, which was a traditional apple strudel - and it turned out to be old and disgusting.

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Rude, ignorant right winger owns this restaurant.

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★☆☆☆☆

Rude, ignorant right winger owns this restaurant.

Cons: Disappointing cuisine

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When a restaurant decides what it's hours will be, it should be with the understanding that, until closing time, the restaurant will be "open"-- it should not turn off its fryer (which shouldn't have eliminated "pan-fried" items from the menuanyway, unless the chef also turned off the pans) or cease to provide silverware, or otherwise create an environment in which customers are made to feel hurried or given a sense that they are encroaching upon staffperson's plans for the evening. There must be a big party in Coos Bay this Monday night--be safe dudes! The beer selection is good, the German food was passable. The pizza was one of the more pathetic things I've encountered in a restaurant. The neon sign outside was pretty much the highlight of this dining experience.

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When a restaurant decides what it's hours will be, it should be with the understanding that, until closing time, the restaurant will be "open"-- it should not turn off its fryer (which shouldn't have eliminated "pan-fried" items from the menuanyway, unless the chef also turned off the pans) or cease to provide silverware, or otherwise create an environment in which customers are made to feel hurried or given a sense that they are encroaching upon staffperson's plans for the evening. There must be a big party in Coos Bay this Monday night--be safe dudes! The beer selection is good, the German food was passable. The pizza was one of the more pathetic things I've encountered in a restaurant. The neon sign outside was pretty much the highlight of this dining experience.

 

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