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We were there for Valentine’s Day and they had a special menu. I had prime rib ordered medium rare. It came almost well done and was terrible. Probably the worst I’ve had. My wife ordered a filet rare and it came medium with severe char marks. We sent it back and got a rare steak that had no flavor except for the burnt char marks. They obviously don’t know how to cook a steak. You could tell the servers were embarrassed by the food they had or bring out. The only good part was the chocolate sampler dessert which was amazing.
Great service and food. How place for kids.
Rodrigo was a very nice server and the food was great.
Way over priced. Very noisy. Food was not to our satisfaction. Will not go back.
Went with family for Father’s Day lunch. Area was pretty quiet at 2:00-3:00pm and we were the only group there. It is a hotel atrium and you see the room doors around the perimeter. We were sitting mostly in the bar area. Food portions quite large and pretty good. The pulled pork tacos could have had more flavor and the seafood chowder fewer potatoes. Service was very good.
Went for Mother’s Day. Web site said full menu served all day, and I like going to Cascadia pretty regularly, as place is quiet, relaxing with good food.
Unfortunately, had brunch buffet options only, and was $140 for me and my two kids. For that price, you expect good if not great quality. Food was subpar, with not my choice. Mimosa was made using oh, not pear juice. They did not have specialty coffee either. Typical bkf standard, with some seafood options typical for brunch, but no crabs... just cocktails shrimps. Dessert choices were ok, but not good.
I will still go to Cascadia for their usual food, but never brunch.
I love coming here fir dinner, as always great service and low keyed quiet ambience.
Cascadia is the restaurant within the Embassy Suites. They put on a very nice brunch buffet with a wide selection of high quality food. We were seated in the large multi-story atrium area but noise level was good and there was plenty of room to move around. Service was only fair; it seemed there were no table assignments so we had to flag down whomever passed by to get used plates removed or beverages refilled. Overall, was less than impressed with the value for the price we paid.
We enjoyed the Easter Brunch with its variety food options, cheese board, carving station and bottomless drinks. Definitely would come back again in the future.
Hostess greeted us immediately. Our server Juan had drinks on the table and menus in our hands immediately while we settled at a table with views of sports TVs and the active lobby. The menu boasts comfort fare and it sure delivered. There was no fuss or up charge for changes on our side dishes. The food came out hot tasty and while we waited our water and drink glasses never ran dry. The end of the meal gave us the option to tip kitchen line staff, or provide a single tip for waitstaff to split, rather than the service charges popping up everywhere around Portland. Based upon the kitchen staffs fine culinary performance I tipped them separately above and beyond service fees imposed elsewhere. We will return. Highly recommend
We made an early reservation specifically to meet our needs and to beat the rush. The special selections were enticing, and after some description from our server, Juan, I chose the trout. While the breading was slightly heavy, the fish was boneless and moist. I was a bit taken back that it was served on a small sheet pan. However, it was a rather large fish. The smoke shrimp was amazing.
My Spouse chose the smoked pork variety plate from the regular menu. He said it wasnt amazing, but was satisfied with it just the same.
Overall, it was satisfactory versus Mortins, which we usually go to for occassions.
There is potential here.
Good food but very loud place . Service is inconstant.
Hello Antoine, I wanted to try and reach out to you again and apologize for your experience at Cascadia. I was truly sad when I felt, from your review, that we failed you. I do also want to thank you for commenting so that we can continue to improve. Feedback about the good and not so good is something me and my staff always try to learn from. If possible would you be able to send me details of your visit to my contact info I had sent via private message last month. Thank you for your time.
The staff was very friendly, the food was quite good and the portions were huge.
The food was mediocre at best, and the price was as high as other much nicer restaurants. We came on Christmas since not much else was open, but we won’t be back.
Food was very good, just took a long time to get our food.
Such a wonderful experience. We will definitely be back again!
Price is a bit expensive for food quality but the service is great during Mother's Day!
it was a very nice Easter Brunch we really enjoyed the event. The food was good but the seating area was so cold that our food got cold immediately. So we were wearing our jackets. The They definitely need some closing doors on the west side so that the doors from the exterior lobby doors does not blow the 45*weather thru the dining area.
The display of food was fun and easy to serve from. We really liked the pink easter bunny too.
We went to Cascadia for Easter Brunch. It was very festive, with Spring colors and the Easter Bunny in attendance. This was good for kids, they had kid-friendly food and were attentive to them...bonus points for that. Plus, the kids LOVED that the bunny was there, and he was giving out plastic eggs with candy inside. The food was mediocre...nothing special. For the price, we could have had a much better meal, but of course we were paying for the kid stuff. If you're a foody, I might avoid it. But if you're a family looking for a kid-friendly Easter brunch, I'd recommend it.
We had a great dining experience for Valentine's Day dinner. Thanks to our server and to Carrie! We will be back again!
Cascadia is rated 3.9 stars by 20 OpenTable diners.