Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 2625 Aztec Dr, Chico, CA 95928
Phone: (530) 899-0527
- list_altTakes ReservationsYes
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForBreakfast, Brunch, Lunch
- local_parkingParkingStreet, Private Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
- tvHas TVNo
When in Chico, CA the Country Morning Bakery is a MUST STOP.
Family owned business and everything made fresh daily.
Breakfast they have a wide arrange of cinnamon rolls, pecan rolls, mixed berry rolls but if you are not wanting sweets for breakfast they have out of the world ham and cheese rolls, breakfast casserole or breakfast panini.
For lunch they have a variety of sandwiches on homemade bread.
If you have worked all day and still have to make dinner then swing by grab a pastry for the commute and pick up one of the freshly frozen casseroles to throw in the oven when you get home.
Oh they also have homemade trail mix that's like crack you just can't stop till bag is empty and homemade granola as well.
Sweet little cafe with a real homegrown vibe!
Unless you're familiar with south Chico, this place isn't very easy to find. It's on the outskirts of town in a desolate business plaza. Parking is not great, but this place is certainly worth these small quirks.
Simple comfort food is what this place offers, and boy, do they deliver. The decor is warm and country-like, feeling more like someone's cozy home than a restaurant. There is an assortment of wonderful culinary concoctions on display, and the vast menu offers fare at good prices.
The food tastes very homemade which I love. In a city full of processed food, Country Morning offers solace. Each item I've ordered is obviously made with care, and not only looks but tastes wonderful. I love their club sandwich, it's just packed with so much fresh flavor.
Definitely worth the small trek if you find yourself in this neck of the woods!
Not a happy customer......
My in-laws from out of state brought the poppyseed chicken casserole home for an easy dinner to help out during my last week of pregnancy and when they told me they paid $30, YES, THIRTY DOLLARS for it, I was flabbergasted, that's highway robbery, people. It was just a 9x12 dish, we're not talking a huge casserole.
So, I was already shocked by the high price that they had to pay and then the first scoop that comes out is filled with plain steamed rice. WHAT?
The whole casserole is a thick layer of white steamed rice, like plain boring rice, no sauce, just dry rice and then a very thin layer of poppyseed chicken on top. I could not believe the audacity of these people....charging a ridiculous amount of money for a meal that couldn't have cost more than $6-$7 to make and then loading it up with cheap filler?! I don't think so.
There was maybe 2 breasts of chicken to probably 5 cups of rice, absolutely ridiculous. The label did not say poppyseed chicken and rice (or should I say poppyseed 'rice & chicken'), it said poppyseed chicken, therefore we were expecting a chicken dish, not a rice dish. And to top it off, it was bland and had hardly any flavor at all. Never again.
Can't speak for the restaurant itself but after this situation, I'm not going to go back to find out.
This place is excellent! Thankfully we were able to come on a weekday- as they are only open Mon-Fri. We tried some cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, maple twist, breakfast sandwiches, and taco salad. The pastries were light & fluffy. The cinnamon roll was sweet, but balanced. The ciabatta bread for the breakfast sandwiches was light and crispy. They had a good amount of seating- tables, comfy chairs, and even a little kids play area! There was some outdoor seating as well. We would definitely come back.
I enjoy the pastries and the food here very much! The cashier was very nice and she was very outgoing. The environment here is very good for a quick bite would not want to sit in because the environment to relax just doesn't feel right. Very cool thing how the Mennonites use local produce to make their food! Definitely check it out.