So delicious! We enjoyed the dining around Portland deal. The deal came with kimchi, yams, carrots, fried chicken, Dan Dan noodles, pork rice bowl and lava cake....portions were generous. We were so happy to have had enough for lunch the next day. Can’t wait to go back!
Went there for dining month and the service was top notch. We we with two young children and they were totally accommodating and even asked if we need to adjust the spice level for the kiddos. The cocktails were great, food was plentiful, and ambiance was nice. The friend chicken was delicious and paired with the ginger chicken rice bowl, simply delicious. Loved it.
This was the first time we've dined at Revelry - great food, good music - excellent drinks - good service. It's not the place for everyone as the music is definitely R- Rated Hip Hop which I really like, but I could see other guests that were "uncomfortable" with the explicit lyrics. Probably should have a warning label of some kind. I wouldn't have wanted to take a work guest there. But the food was outstanding!!
Went for Portland dining month- outside of one of the appetizers you really could look elsewhere. They lead with the fried chicken with peanut brittle which honestly is it’s shining star. Unfortunately, they lead with this which sets up the palet for more bang in flavor but the follow up appetizers are bland and do not match up to the fried chicken. Ironically they go with strong flavors like Pickling and horseradish but it’s very bland after a heavy vinegar based spicy chicken. Lastly is a noodle dish I had and it again had lots of pickle and vinegar and veggies and even diced apple which seemed both like a lovely sweet addition and an after thought to finish what they had it in the kitchen. It was out of place. The chili was almost spicy. Dessert was a tiny drizzled mint guava pop. The drizzle overpowered the pop and the sprinkles were worthless-like why? And the mint you could smell and not taste. I won’t return to this place unless it’s for the chicken. Not worth my chance at Portland dining month.
The fried chicken was amazing, the rest was just OK.
Hipster Korean food. I took hs students from rural Oregon. Loved the fried chicken, of course. The rest was very tasty for me, not so much for the kids.
The food was excellent. I went for the portland dining month thing and it is such a great value for 33 bucks. I left full for certain. The chicken is so yummy and the egg yolk on the rice bowl is magic. I got the molten lava cake for dessert and it was mouth watering. The cream on top had me savoring each bite. My only complaints are that the cocktail I got was not very good, the place is too loud, and I did see the bartender randomly touching the mouth portion of wine glasses when they were bored. Overall very good and I will return.
Food is yummy. Drinks and one of thr food items are a bit overpriced.
Food was great but the ambience was assaultive with music that was “ mother f-Ing this and that and the “N-Word” every other word.
I love Revelry! The atmosphere and food is really playful. I love the modern take on Korean food. The spicy fried chicken is amazing and I hope it never leaves the menu. The cocktails are also great. The pricing is spot on!
Had a great meal. Thanks
We love Revelry but had not so good service this time. We had a reservation for 6:45 but didn't get seated until 7:30. The food took another 25 minutes, not good at all. Although we love the food, we don't want another experience like this...
Always a favorite!
Wonderful food, cozy but edgy atmosphere. Great cocktails!
Perfect spot for a delicious dinner before the Blazer game. Love the chicken (great value and portion on the Happy hour menu) and the crab noodles are always terrific!
Had a wonderful dinner at Revelry. The seaweed noodles with crab was delicious, as well as the Dad Dan noodles. All the food was terrific.
Fermented Chili Sauce -- that was what made dinner excellent. The food itself was extremely greasy. If someone were to go, I would say order Mama's Spicy Fried Chicken and use lots of chili sauce because that is the only thing worth it at Revelry.
We sat at the bar/counter and enjoyed cocktails and happy hour food. It was super fun watching the bartender mix up the creative drinks. Food was delicious and priced really well for happy hour. Service was great - really friendly servers.
This is a great spot for happy hour - they take reservations and they have a really nice selection of food, including their famous peanut brittle fried chicken. Drinks are good and the vibe is trendy and upbeat usually with hop hop playing pretty loud. There are some parking spaces on the side of the building too!
Second time visiting Revelry, both experiences were exceptional! This time we made a reservation in advance and arrived very early to find our table ready for us to be seated. Part of our group included a visitor from CO who raves it was his favorite place to snack in Portland. A DJ mixed in great beats from 90s and current hip hop. We loved splitting up all of the dishes to share, favorites that come to mind are the fried chicken with peanut brittle and the rice cakes. My rum and coconut cocktail was divine! Lastly, try out each of the sauces, the flavor combos are nearly limitless!
We had a diverse group of 5 - one GF, on vegetarian. All raved about the food. We drank wine, beer and cocktails - again, everyone was very happy with their drinks. The music was on point. The server great. But back to the food - SERIOUSLY good.
We loved it. Service was super attentive and the food really really really good. We will be back very soon.
What a great experience! Reservations guaranteed our spot, but they accommodated walk-ins seamlessly. Hip atmosphere, chill wait staff while still very attentive and dynamite food. We will be back for sure!
Overall, great meal at Revelry! Some outstanding dishes (the friend chicken and rice cakes!), but a couple misses as well. Great cocktails and a fun atmosphere!
Great place to share with friends. The food is creative and delicious.
Had a lovely time, the servers were attentive and accommodating. Every dish was delicious, especially the noodles and the rice cakes. We can’t wait to go back!
Food was good, but they were out of 3 of the dishes we ordered. What we could get was well seasoned, flavored and great quality. Service was hit and miss. He kept taking our drinks before we were done.
4th visit and still as great as the first time!
One of my favorite restaurants
Interesting food in an industrial setting. Inattentive and cool service.
Fourth time here, and same as before: everything about it was awesome, including the house cocktails! Highly recommended!
Small but impressively interesting menu. There were 4 of us and we all chose different entrees.
The short ribs were judged excellent, as were the dan dan noodles. The tuna in the tuna bowl was fresh tasting, and just barely seared. I had the 'seaweed noodles' which were supposed to have crab, but it was pretty well hidden - dish tasted good, but was a little mysterious.
Surprisingly, the standout dish that every raved about was the sauteed greens appetizer - really delicious - we had to ask about the sauce ingredients.
Love the food there! Found this gem in August when visiting for a show at the Convention Center. Food and service was so great that we went back the next night to share with family. When we came over for a Christmas show we told everyone we were going to go again. Once again GREAT!
Delicious food and drinks.
Wonderful place to stop for drinks and dinner before the Fleetwood Mac concert! While the food was wonderful it couldn’t outshine the outstanding waitress who was lovely and helpful and responsive and all around wonderful.
The food is amazing! Every dish we’ve tried has been super Delicious and unique. The chicken appetizer is insanely good
Food, drinks, and service were all great. The only complaint I have is the volume of the music. I didn't mind the music itself, but having to scream the entire time to both server and companions takes away from the experience. Please turn it down to reasonable levels.
Love the environment and the food! I highly recommend this place!
Very impressed. Care and attention to the food was obvious! Sooo tasty.
Dinner last Thursday started with two cocktails: “Blood in Blood Out,” a gin, nigori sake, falernum, lime, and hibiscus cocktail that was very good, highlighted by the very large hibiscus tea ice cube in the center. My husband had a coconut-infused rum with fernet and mint drink, which was kind of like a Mojito and kind of not. He gave it a four.
We started with the Cucumber Hijiki Salad, which was excellent, followed by the fried chicken, which was as wonderful as you’ve heard. It’s spicy, sweet, bite-size, perfect. Just as we were finishing the chicken though, two diners were seated next to us who had apparently decided to bathe in their cologne. I was immediately struck with a migraine bad enough that I thought we were going to need to leave without finishing dinner. The manager, however, immediately leapt into action and made a fragrance-free space for us behind the bar.
That allowed us to finish our dinner—the Seaweed Noodle and a Short Rib Bulgogi Rice. Everything was very good, but with the migraine I just wanted to eat and get out of there, so I can’t report anything about those dishes.
I want to extol the actions of the manager again, though—she was responsive, sympathetic, and really stepped up when the problem with our seating arose.
Food was not as good as previous visits to Revelry. The blackened tuna bowl was less flavorful this time, and the fried cauliflowers was also not as good. The soju flight wasn't as good either, as all three flavors were sweet. Having at least one flavor that is not sweet would be better balanced. Finally, after about 1 hr and 40 minutes at our table, the staff asked us to leave because another group had a reservation. Upon leaving, we noticed that the front half of the restaurant was mostly empty, including two long tables that sat idle. This was really annoying and will affect my desire to return.