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The perfect meeting place for family from Seattle and Yakima. Beautiful landscape where every segment of the population comes together to enjoy nature combined with elegant dining and lodging. Something for everyone.
Went for Mother's Day brunch. Service was a bit slow initially but once we were seated, folks were very attentive. The buffet appeared nice and was displayed well. After getting our plates we realized the food had been sitting out for some time. The eggs, meats and other
"hot" selections were cold and should have been replenished hours ago. The fruit trays were very nice as was the seafood and desserts. The serving utensils should have been attended to as many were covered with food and not usable. As we left the restaurant the center seating area of the Lodge had tables FULL of previous patrons leftover food and drinks scattered on every table so there was not a place to sit and enjoy the ambiance. We drove from the Seattle area to have brunch at Portals, after spending over $200 for 3 of us, it was a bit disappointing.
We recently celebrated our 24th Wedding Anniversary at Suncadia, and dined at The Portals. Everything was lovely, the food choices were great, the staff made everything special. Excellent for a romantic getaway, a relaxing getaway, or even a getaway with your children. Very family friendly, yet our romantic weekend was perfect, too !
Great food and service. Had some unique dinner specials that were very good ie pot roast dinner
My friends and I stayed at suncadia for 2 nights. We ate at Portals 4 times during our stay. Not only was the food delicious, every time, the waiters/waitresses were great. Some stood out more than others. There were several people dressed up for the night and dressed down just eating dinner. There were several families as well.
It was great except seated next to crying baby after calling ahead to inform that it was a dinner before a proposal.
The table was outfitted with extra flowers and candles and that was nice. We also had a great view from our table.
Food was ok, service was ok and drinks were ok. The restaurant just fell a little short for the resort.
After reading some previous reviews I was unsure how Portals would be. The food was fantastic and the service was pretty good. I heard that they got a new executive chef who has improved the menu!
Spectacular view. Excellent breakfast. Service was agonizing.
Good food but the service was poor.
Our Valentine's dinner was superb... everything off the VDay 2018 menu was scrumptiously delectable ( mouth watering explosion of flavors that leave you wanting more). Thank you to James, who was an excellent sever.
We had an excellent meal here, nicely presented also. I was surprised how many kids were in the restaurant though. For the most part they were all well behaved, but takes a little away from a romantic evening out.
The food was excellent. The taste, plating and serving. The only thing I can say is we ordered a bottle of wine but it was not in stock.
Really slow service, forgot the pasta noodles in the pasta (yep, just sauce), burnt one sandwich and the other was cold.
Beautiful views & delicious food! Lots of fun for any type of dinner ( fancy or casual)
We had a wonderful experience at Portals Restaurant. The food was great and had really good, friendly service.
Loved the view and the cozy fire. We had dinner and breakfast. The environment is quite amazing. The large windows made us feel like we were in a snow globe as we watched the beautiful snow fall.
The food was good but not fantastic. I would come back for dinner but for the price, probably not breakfast.
The property at Suncadia is really amazing and the people were friendly and helpful. We might try an early Fall visit next time to capture a different season.
The food was mediocre. Service was great and it’s a beautiful place but we went there for good food and left disappointed.
Family dinner. Very nice
Breakfast not as good as the Dinner.
I've been to Portals many times and really enjoy it. Unfortunately, the frittata this time had so much pepper I would believe an explanation that includes the lid falling off the pepper. The frittata and a side of toast served two of us really nicely. Service was lovely and the food is normally quite good.
My husband and I had breakfast at Portals. I ordered the Eggs Benedict and my husband ordered a ham and cheese omelet. The food was delicious and the portion size was perfect - not too little and not too much. The carafe of hot coffee on your table is a nice bonus!
The wait was terrible... 1 hr for food.
Thanksgiving dinner for two, great place to celebrate turkey day, especially when the reservations were very last minute🦃
We gave this an overall 2 stars, if half-stars were allowed we'd have given it 2.5. Three things stuck out.
1. Wobbly table. When we were seated we noticed the table had one short leg. Not a big deal, we asked the hostess if they had a wedge or something to fix it. She said she'd take care of it right away. Later when our server arrived we asked about fixing the table, he said he'd take care of it. When he brought our wine we asked again he apologized for forgetting and took care of it right away. I don't recall going to a "fancy" restaurant and having a wobbly table. I'm thinking the people who set the table make sure the table is ready for guests. If we had spent under $130 on our meal I'd think nothing of it. We spent well over $130 for two of us.
2. My wife ordered the salmon. It was very salty. Otherwise it was good. She didn't want to wait to send it back as we were both very hungry. In hindsight, we should have sent it back.
3. I ordered the Elk shepards pie which tasted great. Unfortunately it was just barely warm enough. Again, hunger and schedule made me decide to keep it and not send it back.
We had the Brussels sprout appetizer which was delicious.
We don't dine out at restaurants where our total bill is over $130 for two people very often, but when we do, we try to find places that we believe are worth it. If our total bill was under $100 then I'd feel like this was a good value but in my mind the price doesn't match the experience.
Special night for me and my wife, Tuesday night, very slow. Just us and one other couple in the restaurant.
Food overall was just average and all the meals were lukewarm-cold. Service was good.
A resort restaurant way above the pack!
Ate here three times in our weekend stay, one for breakfast, once for lunch, and once for dinner. Each time the service was painfully slow. Servers were polite and food was good but a bit pricey. The view is amazing.
Super place for a quiet business lunch when you have participants in different parts of the State. Great food -- we have enjoyed breakfast meetings here on occasion and we thought the lunch was even better.
Very selection of menu items, good value, excellent friendly service. Fun place to enjoy a good meal.
We sat for close to 15 minutes without even being acknowledged. When the waiter finally came we ordered our meals and asked for coffee expecting even if we had to wait for food we would have some coffee while we sat. After waiting another 10 minutes we had to flag down our waiter and ask if we could at least have coffee. After another severl minutes, it came. The food is not particularly creative and is expensive but was adequately repaired. This occasion was brunch. We had been previously for dinner. Service was better but an uninspired menu.
Unfortunately I was disappointed with Portals. Since we were attending a destination wedding and lodging at Suncadia, we didn't have lots of eating choices. So, our family of 6-8 ate at Portals quite a bit. The lunch was quite good. However, I got sick after eating a few bites of the Seared Ling Cod over quinoa. At breakfast, the Eggs Benedict wasn't a hit either. The eggs tasted like they were dipped in vinegar. Both my son and I who ordered that dish tasted it. Meanwhile, we had great service and the views were spectacular with the forest fire on the ridge far away. The smoke in the hallways bothered us but that couldn't be helped. I think the food is very mediocre and doesn't match its high price.
The food is adequate though not creative. Very lightly staffed so service is very slow.
Went for breakfast they were out of most items on menu!! Kitchen has some issues! Food was just ok for the resort it is in. Disappointed
My parents, celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary, were ecstatic when we surprised them with the hour-long trip to Suncadia! Portals more than met my expectations, which were high, based on menu and location. The lodge is gorgeous, surrounded by forest. The food and service were of the highest quality I've experienced. The celebration was a huge success!
We were staying at suncadia and ate at the restaurant one night for dinner and appetizers another night. I had the salmon and a salad. My husband had a clam chowder soup and a salad. The service was fine. The waiter was young and helpful with menu choices. My husband's clam chowder was not homemade. Thick and tasted canned. Salads were good. Salmon was fine. There were limited menu choices. Very family oriented, but this was a family resort. Lunch selections were also very limited. Average experience and expensive prices.
Suncadia pretty consistently dreams about being 5 star but hits somewhere south of 4. This visit to Portals was no exception. We were seated late (8:45) so it was pretty quiet but it still took 15 minutes for our server to check in. Granted, we had somebody else stop by a bit earlier to tell us who our server would be and to ask whether we wanted to order any drinks but 15 minutes was still unacceptable. After he arrived and I expressed my dissatisfaction, he was appropriately attentive. But the damage was done as it related to our expectations about the experience. As for the food, it was hit and miss. The crab cake appetizer was tasty as were the desserts. But the two beef dishes (one a New York Strip, another the Pot Roast) lacked flavor.