About Portland Seafood Co. - Mall 205
At Portland Seafood Company, we serve up dock fresh, simply prepared, big flavored meals that beg to be eaten with bare hands and good company. Our specialties range from one-pound Snow Crab buckets to freshly shucked oysters, to the most mouthwatering fish & chips in the Pacific Northwest. It's the seafood dishes you love, in ways you've never tasted. We're committed to high quality ingredients and sustainable seafood.
Your Local Fish Joint has arrived.
Portland, OR 97216
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 11:00am - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 9:00pm All Day Happy Hour
Saturday and Sunday: Featuring self-serve Bloody Mary Bar open till 3:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our relaxed, dockside warehouse vibe invites stories, laughter, and promises a tap that won"t run dry. In fact, our Happy Hour offers beer, wine and seven cocktails handcrafted with the freshest ingredients, twice daily, from 3-6pm and 8 until close/ All Day on Sundays. So grab your neighbors and come celebrate. Your local fish joint has arrived.
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Parking Lot with plenty of open parking
Located near Mall 205, Main Street Max Line.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Special Menu will be offered for Holdiays
Portland Seafood Co. - Mall 205 Ratings and Reviews
I got the prime rib dip and my wife got the seafood linguine. Both were delicious. Our server was fantastic, always there the moment we needed her but not overbearing at all. She was also super friendly and was very adept at her job. The restaurant is mostly booths which is nice and everyone was in the bar for happy hour so it was quiet. Prices were reasonable. Would eat there again.
Unfortunately, it was not the best I've had. The Halibut was extremely greasy and not as thick and flaky as it should be. My wife's (the birthday girl) open faced crab melt was a little too spicy and too much mayo? The focacia bread was also pretty hard to cute through and eat. We did like the spinach and crab dip appetizer. It was also appreciated the birthday dessert for my wife.
The surprise hit was the seasonal vegetable: green beans in a lemony dressing. Our fish was competent but not exceptional. This was our second visit and we think the food was better the first time. We had one of the specials in the bar area that time and were in the main restaurant this time.
Would not go back! Had a $50 gift card to use and this was one of the places on it. Should have chose a different one! I would not recommend. Waitress was friendly but did not check back to see how everything was, or we could have told her about the quality of the food. I had a 3 piece halibut fish and chips for $ 17.99 and the batter was horrible...limp and did not stick to the fish. Too much batter and not fried in hot enough oil? Side salad for 5 dollars was okay although you only got about 2 teaspoons of bay shrimp. Bread was the best item we got, nice and warm. Husband got seafood platter of halibut, shrimp, and oysters and was not impressed either. With one beer each, our total was over $56 and we left a nice tip. Not worth the price and we won't go back!
We had a very enjoyable evening and a delicious dinner at Portland Seafood Company on Saturday. The four of us each had a different entrée and all of us were pleased with our choices. The Oregon bay shrimp and crab cakes were very good, flavorful, nicely cooked and very moist inside, and the Columbia river steelhead was excellent, both smoked with fettucini and on its own with the seasonal vegetables and rice. We also loved that they serve 'glass and a half' portions of wine. (The wine selection itself is adequate, not great). We did not have dessert because we had a homemade birthday cake waiting at home.
Finally, we must compliment the service. Everyone we interacted with was friendly, helpful, polite and engaging. In particular our waitress Cynthia was superb: attentive, accommodating, funny to just the right degree and knowledgeable about the menu and preparation. We plan to request her next time we eat there, and we're already looking forward to it.
We waited nearly 30 minutes for our entrees. The restaurant wasn't crowded. When my food arrived, the seafood paella was burnt and very salty, the stuffed crab mushrooms did not have any crab, mainly cheese. I made reservations indicating it was a birthday celebration, they didn't acknowledge that. It was a big disappointment and the worst food. Don't be fooled by the good reviews, go somewhere else!!
Very good food, very friendly staff. We had a party of 7 and they could seat us at a comfortable table. There was a nice variety of selections for appetizers and entrees with a nice price range. They did forget to leave a sauce off the birthday girl's crab/shrimp cakes but she liked it after all. They offered to remake it but they gave her a card for a free appetizer since she decided to eat it anyway. They also brought her a dessert for her birthday.
Had an awesome server (Cynthia??) who was very friendly & attentive. Liked the variety on the menu & prices are very reasonable. Based on the crowd in the bar it's a popular restaurant with the locals. We found it on Open Table & were glad we tried it. Will go back next time we're in Portland.
Started off with strawberry lemonade and a nice clam chowder followed by some very delicious stuffed mushrooms. The main event was the Crab Louie. The crab was so sweet and a rather generous portion. The hot ginger peach crisp topped with vanilla ice cream completed a very lovely dinner. I’ll be back to try the Pineapple Glazed Pacific Northwest Halibut.
Our dinner was for a special occasion! My son was home from the East coast and we hadn't seen him in over a year. My second son and his fiance used this occasion to surprise us with their engagement announcement! We couldn't have chosen a better restaurant for our celebration. Food was great and not the usual "restaurant calorie dense food" often encountered. The entrees were unique and tasty. Shane R, our waiter, was great!!!!! He had an intuitive skill to appear when we were ready and to remain in the available background as we visited. Highly recommended.
There were 7 of us for a birthday lunch. The server asked if we were all there and we said we were waiting for one more. She left and didn't come back for quite a while. When she did, she asked if we wanted water, did not ask for a drink order and we asked if we could go ahead and order an appetizer. Left again, finally one of our party went to find her so we could order food.
The food is average, nothing special. When we needed to leave we flagged her down for our check, and then had to go find someone to take our credit cards. She was nowhere to be seen. It was not busy, many empty tables, so she wasn't being spread too thin.
The happy hour is much better, but I'm not sure we'll return.
Thought the clam chowder was very mediocre. Was informed that the kitchen had run out of (top sirloin) steak used for the Surf & Turf. The hamburger was a somewhat poor substitute - could have used more dressing/sauce. Wife REALLY enjoyed the pear salad and the Erath pinot gris wine. The steelhead was cooked perfectly. Felt cramped and hemmed in the corner. Prices were on a par with McCormick's but the atmosphere/ambiance/happy hour decidedly better @ McCormick & Schmick's.
The decor is cute, the seating comfortable, and the noise level not too loud thanks to a good design with lower ceilings and a mix of carpeting & hard surface flooring. The menu had some of the old favorites with some new items. I had the pear, blue cheese, and pecan salad, and it was delicious. I cannot say the same about the chicken tortilla soup, which was just okay ... a bit thin/watery and didn't have much chicken or other chunky items in it. My father and husband had razor clams, which they found to be overcooked and a bit rubbery. My son had the chicken & andouille sausage pasta and really liked it. The food was good, but not great. I would probably choose McGrath's over Portland Seafood Co., since I think McGrath's has better food for a better value. I do want to point out, however, that our service was excellent. We had a waiter who was obviously experienced ... he was fun, attentive without being annoying, and made us feel welcome. Similarly, the hostess and other staff we interacted with made us feel appreciated.
The menu at Portland Seafood Restaurant offered a great variety of interesting items to order.
The waitress was very courteous and helpful in making our choices.
We stayed long enough to enjoy their great desserts. The marionberry pie was huge and came with a delicious vanilla ice cream topper. Very tasty.
Thank you for an enjoyable afternoon meal. I will definitely be back.
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