Wednesday, October 21, 2009
If you like Beef, you'll love The Old Country Kitchen
As a ten year old, special occasions called for visiting Sayler's without fail, always accented by serving the finest beef meals anywhere. Recently out of the Military and WWII victory, the Sayler's family put their best effort to acquire the finest beef for the task at hand and apply the best beef cooking recipes. Seeing first hand their effort to dry cure their evening beef during the full length of the day light hours calls for mouth watering anticipation.
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Last September another birthday scored 72 years and holding Sayler's Old Country Kitchen in high esteem with great respect. This veteran likes his steaks rare, not raw, and not medium rare... Rare has great meaning at Sayler's Old Country Kitchen.
Children are always welcomed here as are those with disabilities where servers reveal their best professionalism along with awesome patience.
Strongly recommend you arrive early as their parking areas fill quickly and finding the last spot can be difficult. Oregon’s new Law prohibiting smoking in public facilities make this environmentally perfect… Enjoy!
Pros: The art of a good Steak isn't available in any book
Cons: Looking for stiff shirts and ties? Go somewhere else.