Country Donut & Egyptian Cuisine and Market
Address: 10358 W Overland Rd, Boise, ID 83709
Phone: (208) 327-9867
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Country Donut & Egyptian Cuisine and Market Open?
Saturday,: 6AM to 9PM
Sunday,: 6AM to 9PM
Monday,: 6AM to 9PM
Tuesday,: 6AM to 9PM
Wednesday,: 6AM to 9PM
Thursday,: 6AM to 9PM
Friday,: 6AM to 9PM
Country Donut & Egyptian Cuisine and Market Reviews
The best donuts in town, hands down. The place been around forever, and they never disappoint. This place runs out of donuts quite often so early in the morning is a good time to stop by.
This place has an excellent selection of delicious donuts and breakfast pastries. I think their cake donuts are amongst the best in Boise. These are not expensive gourmet pastries; you can afford to enjoy more than one!
Donuts were delicious! My kiddo was stoked for the massive sprinkle birthday donut. 10 out of 10.
I used to love this place and was excited to treat myself after getting the kids off to their first day of school this morning. The woman working was incredibly rude and defensive regarding their restrooms being out of order and their $5 card minimum. I would have happily added to my order if it weren’t for the eye rolling and gasping. When I asked if there was another restroom nearby she got huffy and told me “the health department was just here and it’s not a violation!” There is another business nearby with restrooms and donuts (and friendly staff) so I went there instead.
Huge delicious flavorful donuts with a large variety! Pretty good Boston cream! Decently priced. My go to donut shop for sure. Get their fritters too! They’re huge!
I’ve gone here twice now and both times it was really bad.
The first time I got a donut with chocolate sauce, the bread part of the donut was decent enough but the chocolate sauce on top was so bitter and crunchy that it was inedible. I went back a second time against my better judgement and I was worried about having the same problem as the first time so I ordered a double chocolate muffin instead. It was stale when they handed it to me and the taste was absolutely terrible.
harriet “Chance” bowser
My Mom and I went there and were treated so rudely by a man that we eventually realized he didn’t want to be friendly with my Elderly Mother who wanted a maple bar or me a slightly overweight senior citizen
That we turned and walked out. I was so angry mostly for my 87 year old Mother.
I wanted to confront him but Mom of course wouldn’t let me.
Apparently rudeness comes with this donut shop. I’ve heard it many times.
I never need a donut that bad.
Shame on you for making my Mother miss her beloved maple bar
We got one at Albertsons where they treated her with respect and the maple bar tasted delicious
Periodically I like to bring donuts into work in order to bribe my coworkers into keeping me employed. Others have asked “why don’t you just go to a supermarket?” But if I’m getting donuts, I want to get the best, and those are here!
The Doughnuts are okay. Maybe better than a freds/albertsons doughnut (not by a lot). Don’t know her name but the last two times I’ve been there (I’ve only been twice…) the lady behind the counter acts like she is bothered that I’m asking about the Doughnuts I’m about to buy. The tone she has, the verbiage she uses, just screams I hate my job and I hate my customers. Lady needs a vacation and a new job.
another huge win for COUNTRY DONUTS! First picture: from left to right we have a plain maple bar, blueberry cream cheese bear law, vanilla chocolate chip donut and cherry fritter. these were gone in a couple hours, some of the best donuts in the 208!
Second picture: Some the best donuts I’ve ever had, definitely on the top of the list of best donuts in Boise. From left to right: forgot what the first one was, maple bar, vanilla cake, apple fritter and tiger tail. Not only were these delicious but the prices were super reasonable! 100% recommend!