Food is so good and service was great! We split 6 different dishes and all were delicious. Love that they have a parking lot too.
We live out of town, in Central Oregon. But revelry is by far our favorite restaurant in the Portland area and each time we visit we make sure that we go. The food and service is always fantastic. We make sure that we always share it with anyone with us. They love it too!
We were disappointed in the food, compared to the handful of times we had been there in the past. The pork dumpling just average. The chicken did not have enough brittle on it. The seaweed crab noodles seemed overwhelmed by ginger. The best was the scallop fried rice. Music was too loud with pounding bass. On past visits the place was jammed with people, very lively. This Sat. night totally empty.....and disappointed no fish and chips. Not worth the 90 bucks. Service was just ok. drinks average. Disappointing.
First time will not be the last time. Great flavor and energetic environment. Cool vibes!
Wonderful first time meal at Revelry. Our only regret was that our stomachs are too small to taste everything! The fried chicken was a wonder, as were the greens and seaweed noodles. Can't wait to go back for more.
Revelry has become a favorite dinner spot. The Asian food is unique and always delicious. Sitting at the bar you can see the cooks in action. Great cocktails too.
Turn the music down, it was at a level where it was difficult to carry on a conversation.
DELISH! We loved Revelry. Probably one of my favorite meals I've had in PDX. We had the Scallop Fried Rice and the Seaweed Noodles. YUM!
Love the food- this was it second time back! Fried chicken is a must and even if you have the rice by itself it’s amazing!
This is a great "find". Wonderful space, food is incredible and the service friendly and responsive. We will definitely be back as you can't get food like this anywhere else in portland.
Excellent combining of Korean and pan asian menus. Fresh and balanced. Not too hot
Good and fun for a date
Revelry is reliably great food in a casual bar restaurant- folks may miss just how good the food is because Revelry is so low key about it. One of Portland’s reliably great meals — and unlike, say, Han Oak, you can get a table tonight.
Highly recommended, although maybe thin pickings for vegans, check menu and be sure there’s enough that fits your dietary preferences
The fried chicken and the short rib bulgogi were excellent.
I love it! Very good!
Chef Diane is professional, hard working and on top of it all, very caring and personable. The food was so delicious and filling.
This place is amazing! The vibe is the best, they play old school hip hop and R & B which I love. The food is packed with flavor, each dish is phenomenal! If you’ve never been go immediately! Seriously!
Every single thing we ordered was beyond delicious. They need to invent a new word to describe how good the food is.
Service could have been better but the food is always incredible!!
Great atmosphere, yummy food. Really enjoyed this restaurant. Definitely recommend the scalloped fried rice. Happy Hour drink specials were a great deal.
The food was excellent and the cocktails were inventive and delicious. However, we would not return because of the very loud pop music blaring from the speakers. Very unfortunate.
Cool atmosphere, great food and service. Music a bit loud but good selection and can still converse. Totally going back!
Incredible eats, everything cooked perfectly, can’t wait to head there again!!
The food and drink here is always more than excellent. Service is attentive and efficient. I can always count on having an amazing experience here.
Food was original and quality. It balanced well both in flavor and ingredients.
The service was helpful without being pushy. Focused, quick and anticipatory.
One main course took a bit too long to arrive, with one diner having to wait for the other to get served.
The music, while interesting, was LOUD, making dialogue not easy.
Uncomfortable seating, loud music but great service and food. The items on the menu sound like strange combinations but everything we had was delicious! Will definitely return.
Such a fun place! The food is amazing and such a good value. Everything we got was delicious and we couldn’t decide what we liked best. The sautéed greens were a hit, the fried chicken was a mix of sweet/salty, the short rib rice bowl was a great size and had really good flavor, and the scallop fried rice was a surprising favorite with the asparagus addition.
Cocktails were amazing too! Mom loved the smooth operator and I enjoyed the Lay low.
My only recommendation- our food came out before our drinks (we did order them at the same time- so not a huge deal) but it would have been nice to split them out.
Also, I brought my parents and was concerned that the music would be too loud reading other reviews- my parents didn’t seem to have a problem (even when I asked)- would have loved to bring friends because it has a great vibe!
Will be back!!!
We shared small plates and entrees, in order to sample as much of the menu as we could. We particularly enjoyed the fried chicken, seaweed noodles, and the mu shu potstickers. The service was friendly and attentive. Our only complaint was over the noise level. This is a small space and the music (while good) was VERY loud. We get the theme of the place (boomboxes and an oversized cassette tape decorate the space), but it was nearly impossible to have any level of conversation with the volume it was played at. Just wish they had turned it down a touch.
That chicken is soooo good! Don’t be a fool - get the chicken.
Fantastic food and killer cocktails. The live DJ Saturday night was on point.
Awesome food, service was great, and I really enjoyed the in house DJ.
The food was great!
we are visiting from bc Canada, My girlfriend and I love Korean foods and we were excited to check the restaurant as it is Korean chef's twisted version of Korean street style food.
The interior, music(DJ), and the bartender were all really great. We got somaek and we were happy to se hite beer. But the food was disappointing and there were lack of Korean inspired foods.
1.Mrs. Yang's fried chicken, fried chicken, was pretty good with fried peanuts and the spice sauce.
2. 떡볶이, rice cake, was fried rice cake which didnt really have flavour on it. I liked to crunchiness of the rice cake. But the sauce was a bit bland.
3. Short rib rice bowl was a little better. It came with radish kimchi, short rib, rice.
I know where it came from but the flavour really didn't mix together. Also again the bulgogi sauce was bland too.
We were deeply disappointed by the food and hope that was just one time mistake on our food.
This is a super fun spot to take friends from out of town. It's young and hip, the music is loud and mostly hip hop. The food is really tasty and good spins on asian food.
This was an excellent choice for Asian Fusion Food. The meals were delicious, pleasing to look at, and prepared as you wait. Wait Staff was very attentive and was helpful with choices. I would definitely come back again
This is my 3rd time at Revelry, and I love it even more, now that I've tried almost everything on the menu.
The fried chicken is amazing, that goes without saying. Then noodles are divine, the kimchi pancake is a must, and the tuna bowl was exceptional. Bummed they were not serving the s'more after 10, next time!
Don't miss out on this place, if you love good food, great music, and a cool ambiance....Revelry is it.
Definitely will eat here again. Enjoyed the pleasant staff and presentation, and the interesting mix of savory and sweet in the Korean inspired dishes we tried. If you are a Kim Chee fan, you won’t be disappointed with the tasty and fresh picked cabbage served here. Definitely try Auntie Yang’s fried chicken—-huge portion of crunchy praline-garnished boneless chicken pieces was enough for two.
Fun place. We plan to eat there again. Service was friendly and efficient. Chicken and spicy beef noodles were our favorites. Creative cocktails.
Amazing food and great cocktails. Fun music and atmosphere