White Box Café & Bakery

Written by on July 29, 2016 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(whiteboxpiesbakery.com) – Spokane, Washington

White Box Cafe & Bakery 2

How I heard of this place: On occasion, my husband’s work takes him to Spokane; I follow along for a change of scenery and some sun! White Box came highly recommended by a colleague of his on our first visit to Spokane nearly two years ago; one of her favorite spots for a diversity of exciting, gluten-free options.

Type of cuisine: Our Family has been baking from scratch desserts everyday since 2002.  We specialize in gluten free products, along with our regular bakery menu.  We believe the whole family should be able to sit around the table, and enjoy a meal together, no matter what dietary need you may have.

In addition to our Fresh Bakery, our Resturant offers a full breakfast and lunch menu.  Food shouldn’t be just good, it should be great!

White Box Cafe & Bakery Interior

Ambiance: A simple, clean diner experience from the moment you walk through the doors. Waittaff that look like they have been there since day one, large display cases of freshly baked goods, booth and table seating throughout the open space, and a simple, yet hearty menu boast diner all around.

What I ordered: Without seeing Chicken Fried Steak (my husband’s go-to) on the menu, he opted for (and was equally excited about) the Hand Breaded Pork Tenderloin & Eggs ($12). He eagerly chose the option of loaded hash browns on the side, along with a buttered, toasted English muffin.

White Box Cafe & Bakery Fried Pork

Of course he had to have the addition of a side of Bacon ($4).

White Box Cafe & Bakery Side of Bacon

For me, a Create Your Own Omelet ($9 for your choice of any one meat and two other items; $0.75 each for additional items, $2 each for additional meats): with cheddar, bacon, spinach, avocado (more of a guacamole cream) and tomato. Loaded hash browns (onion and peppers) were served on the side, as was a half-cut piece of extra buttery, toasted sourdough bread.

White Box Cafe & Bakery Create Your Own Omelet

What I loved: Portion size was excellent, easily edible and satiating! I also loved the oozing butter in the toast, melted through to the opposite side. Oh yeah. Fresh greens, tomatoes and vegetables a hugs bonus in the omelet, and the very tender pork tenderloin breaded thin (just enough to coat) and crisped to perfection! (One of the best chicken-fried-style dished my husband has ever ordered!)

Why I loved it: Friendly servers, mom & pop type shop, so many gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free options for all dietary restrictions.

White Box Cafe & Bakery Create Your Own Omelet (bacon, spinach, cheddar, tomato)

Cost: Average ($9 – $12 per breakfast/lunch entrée)

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