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/ Seafood, Restaurant, Club, Cafe, Sushi, Banquet room, Pub & bar
May be closed
$$$$ Average price: $61
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515 SW Broadway Suite 100
Portland, Oregon, USA
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Scheduling your trip, pay attention to O'Bryant Square and remember to decide where to eat: this restaurant is right aside the mentioned attraction. Taste good caviar, sea bass and scallops to form your opinion about Roe. Tasty ice cream can be eaten here.

The wine list is extensive, every guest will find something that satisfies their taste. Take your chance to taste great coffee. The success of this place wouldn't be possible without the creative staff. You will pay attractive prices for dishes. There is a nice ambiance and terrific decor at this spot. The TripAdvisor rating for this restaurant is 4.5.

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The fam is batting 1000!! Thursday night did not start off well...but boy did it end on a high note. Every visit to Portland has resulted in at least one new find. This was the new star of this trip. Our family raved about Roe and how much they liked the seafood. As much as I am a carnivore...I can channel a pretty decent pescatarian when pressed. At first, we were unsure we were at the right place. There was a solitary exterior door that led to an indoors "promenade." At the very back of the promenade and up a flight of stairs was the restaurant. Apparently they have changed locations as our family was unfamiliar with the current venue. When you first enter, take a moment and let your eyes adjust. It is bloody dark in the waiting area. I guess if you are young folk on a date and getting your snuggle on...sure. You do you. I thought it was too dark. A delightful member of the wait staff greeted us and offered a beguiling aperitif. I no longer recall with specificity the ingredients but it has an interesting floral note and it was not too sweet. Again - promising beginnings. When we were literally and figuratively led beyond the veil, a tidy galley format restaurant presented itself. The low ceilings lent an air of welcome intimacy. The leftward outlook over the promenade's stark white architectural moldings lent an interesting visual counterpoint to the warm earthy tones of the sleek mid-century inspired table arrangements.   We were offered an option to do a five course sake tasting menu. An external pair of experts brought a sample of 20 varietals and the restaurant picked five to complement dishes prepared by the kitchen brigade. An exposed kitchen has become cliché. Here - it is not. The kitchen is clearly proud of what they do and how they do it. Escoffier would offer an approving "oui!" The kitchen had clearly rehearsed the prep of each course to afford the sake experts time to describe each of the pairings. It was informative without being stuffy and the sake was genuinely quite excellent. It certainly amplified and accentuated each dish. Portion control was delightfully sane. The kitchen clearly understands that tasting menus are NOT an excuse to see how effectively people can ramp down an emetic response due to overeating. Flavors were nuanced, textures were given serious consideration, and plating suitably showcased the expertly-prepared ingredients. Pricing is not for the faint of heart and I regret nothing. Not since Japan have we so thoroughly enjoyed an evening eating seafood. Poseidon well, my friends!
Roe's tasting menu might be one of the best tasting menus I have had. I have eaten at many James beard award restaurants but the tasting menu I had at roe is the best yet. The portions are some what big and I left the meal full. In addition, they greet you with a glass of champagne when you first arrive which was very classy. All in all, I recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants a first class meal.
They have one of the best tasting menus in the city. Presentation, service, and attention to detail was fantastic. It's seafood themed, but each dish had a unique flavor to it. The place is located inside a mixed use building upstairs. You'll enter a room where there will be a card with your name on it. Open the card which will welcome you and asks that you relax and wait. Someone comes out quite promptly and offers you champagne, then you'll be seated soon after. I came by myself and was seated at the counter where I was able to watch the prep. Overall experience took around 2 hours. Each dish came out in a timely manner and tasted fantastic. Overall experience was wonderful and definitely one of the few tasting menus in Portland I would return to.
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515 SW Broadway Suite 100, Portland, Oregon, USA
Features
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Booking Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi No takeaway Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 17:30-21:00
ThursdayThu 17:30-21:00
FridayFri 17:30-21:00
SaturdaySat 17:30-21:00

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