The Hungry Bear Restaurant

  3.5 rating over 1 review
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2219 N Harbor Blvd
Fullerton, CA 92835-2601

Cuisine: Szechuan/Cantonese, American, Hamburgers

The Hungry Bear Restaurant is a Szechuan/Cantonese, American, and Hamburgers restaurant where most Menuism users came for a family meal, paid less than $10, and tipped between 15% to 18%.

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The Hungry Bear Restaurant is serving family home-style Amer

The Hungry Bear Restaurant is not a “new” or “trendy” restaurant. The food and service style are as old as the building and they are definitely set in their ways. Although, they do try to introduce new items, their main focus is to keep their loyal customers happy with their favorite menu items. A visit to The Hungry Bear will probably bring you back to the good ole days of having a satisfying meal with good friends and friendly staff.

Clam Chowder

Our dining experience started off with clam chowder, the soup of the day. It was reminiscent of the chowder at another familiar all-you-can-eat salad bar restaurant. Unfortunately, it was a bit undercooked. The celery was still crunchy and the sandy clams were a bit off-putting as well. The cream base was fair. It could have used more herbs, like basil, thyme, and bay leaf, to punch it up a bit and perhaps some bacon for a little salty, smoky flavor. However, this is a plus for those who are watching their sodium intake.

Cajun Rib Eye Steak

Cajun Rib Eye Steak was deliciously seasoned, but a bit overdone for my liking. Since the dish is served on a metal hot plate, the steak continued cooking. Just as a note, you may want to order your steak a bit under your normal choice of doneness. The baked potato was cooked to a fluffy perfection, smothered with creamery-fresh butter goodness. The garlic bread was okay fare.

Flat Iron Steak

Flat Iron Steak is marinated and charbroiled to order. It was a hearty, flavorful cut of beef with a perfect char on it. The portion size was just right. The mashed potatoes and gravy were very smooth but needed help in the flavor department. A baked potato would be my first choice next time.

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From OpenTable: 

The Hungry Bear Restaurant originally opened as a Steer n’ Stein on February 1, 1968. After changing owners in 1973 and with a new partner in 1985, Steer n’ Stein began its transformation into The Hungry Bear Restaurant. Trading its hardwood floors and rustic decor for flowered upholstery, The Hungry Bear became a cozy family restaurant flaunting bears of all shapes and sizes in every nook and cranny.

Now years later, The Hungry Bear Restaurant holds its test against time and continues to provide the same great tasting menu that has serviced the Fullerton area for over 50 years. It’s no wonder The Hungry Bear Restaurant remains a family tradition.

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The Hungry Bear Restaurant  Restaurant Reviews

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  • 10/18/2014 - A diner from San Francisco, CA tried it, liked it, and rated it 5 stars. They liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.
  • 05/16/2015 - A diner from San Francisco, CA tried it and liked it. They liked the food.
The Hungry Bear Restaurant is located near the cities of Federal and Anaheim.
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