Basically the same as going to a Perkins in the cities. Good food, friendly staff, average prices. I got eggs toast and hashbrowns, which were all cooked right and tasted great.
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Any time I travel west from the Twin Cities I make sure to plan a route that puts me at Bump's during meal time. Staff is incredibly friendly and the food is comfort food at its best. The beef commercial (hot beef sandwich) is my go to item. My most recent visit did not disappoint. I was greeted as I... More
The staff is friendly. The portion size is plenty. You get well prepared delicious food at a reasonable price. They always take care of my "special requests" and I am fussy. Management always asked for our opinion and they actually consider what we are saying. I am happy to say "I am a regular" at Bumps.
I saw this place on Delicious Destination's from Andrew Zimmer. My grand daughter and I decided to take a 72 mile road trip to check it out last Sunday Feb 5th, 2017. It ended up to be a waste of time! My meal did not come close to looking like what was shown on the TV show or the menu.... More
Great home cooked breakfast......Dakota omelette & skillet breakfast topped off with warm sour cream raisin bar....Deb was efficient & sweet waitress.....will stop her again next time I travel through
Recently I had breakfast at Bump's restaurant on a Sunday . I was very disappointed. The hashbrowns tasted like rancid oil. I couldn't est them. I've had breakfast there in the past and it's been okay. Now I don't think I'll go there again.
The trip to Bump's is a nice, straight drive out west on 212 to Glencoe. At the Restaurant,my Wife quickly decided to try the "Southwestern Skillet", whereas I was having trouble making a choice between a Hot Beef Commercial,(Which they are known for),or the Pressure Fried Chicken. The Waitress steered me in the Direction of the Chicken, as she knew... More
We stopped here for lunch on a Sunday and they were packed. After a short wait, we decided to sit at the counter rather than wait for a table, so only waited about 10 minutes to be served. I had what they referred to as a Short stack, which turned out to be three huge pancakes, with a half slice... More
This dish was outstanding. I like a hot roast beef sandwich with potatoes,,,,,,,,this beat that!!! Make you stop and eat when driving though Glencoe!
We stopped for breakfast before heading home...we stop here any time we come to town..Our server Nick was super nice..He came by several times to make sure everything was OK..Thanks Nick !!....if you haven't tried this place your missing out
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