Complimentary valet parking. Free Wi-fi.
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Daily 12:00PM - 1:00PM 7:30PM - 8:30PM
Monday was a slow night for customers. We didn't try to overlap with a happy hour, just out for a dinner. Window seats were offered and accepted. Great view, good service and our entrees were delightful. Recommend
Limited menu, hard keep food fresh
We walked and ended up going Antinias
Excelent food, great service, and a beautiful view.
Service was slow. Some food was over salted, some was under-seasoned, so menu is pretty much a crap-shoot. The patio outside was nice, but I probably won’t ever go back.
We were visiting for their Mother's Day buffet brunch, so this review is specific to when you are not presented a menu during your visit. There was no sign as to what prices would be - not on the website, not posted inside the restaurant, not available until you receive the check. The service was mediocre at best, so when there was a $40 service fee tacked on to the $45/each buffet plate we were floored. The food was FAR from being worth $45, and the service was FAR from being worth $40. I understand giving your staff a livable wage, but be transparent with your customers! If I had known, I wouldn't have made our reservation.
I was really disappointed by this place! We went there for Mother’s Day and the place was dead. It literally took them forever to get us water and on top of that there was no menus to drinks nor food. Apparently the only option was a buffet brunch which was not stated anywhere not even during the reservations I made. Plus they automatically added a 20% tip for the 4 of us. This also was not stated anywhere. The food was mediocre and was nothing to rave about.
1st place award: service
Great experience overall, very satisfied! For a busy mother’s day!
Food cold, service delayed, no service ware, no water refills. View outstanding.
Gnocchi with beef and pork ragu was very good.
If you’re trying to decide about dessert...the apple one was rather bland
Made reservations for easter lunch 2019 after having a great experience for thanksgiving 2018. The food was sub par. Service was lackluster and gratuity included so felt like there was not motivation on the waiter we had. Good overpriced for quality. They ran out of red velvet dessert and this was a set buffet menu. They put the buffet in front of an area that was a great view and the tables behind a half wal which locked the view. Total oversight for a $55/person meal price. Was disappointed with the choice of entree and 2 kinds of potatoes (really?) and 2 kinds of egg dishes (wow cheap) for a fairly large head price. Location is so lovely. Sad of the placement of the buffet and quality of food for the price.
Fantastic location, great views, very relaxing. The service is friendly and efficient. Food is excellent. This was out first visit, had the special Easter Brunch, but based on this experience we will return to try their regular menu offerings.
Easter brunch, could not order off the menu and $55 a person was very expensive for a average buffet! Nice location on the river. Service and food just ok.
The prices of the Easter brunch were very expensive. I dont recall seeing the pricing on Open Table when making my reservation. The only thing we received that told me the price was when I received the bill. $55/person- this is insane. I had planned on $30-$35. The drinks were IN ADDITION so for a family of 5 it was exorbitant.
The service was great, really nice girl... the food was nothing special at all... I could get better steak and I did from a market not too far from this place. As an app we got the beet salad which everyone knows tastes great with goat cheese and of course that was one thing it was lacking so it was very blan. I asked for my steak med rare and it came out very well done but I didn't want to make a fuss and my boyfriend got some gnocchi dish and again very blan. Thankfully we came in as a gift but I wouldn't go back unless they worked on the food... I can see why now the bar was the busiest... the restaurant was dead
The food was good. The service was great. The views are amazing.
There was a limited "brunch" menu to choose from when we arrived for lunch during the week. Food was OK. Initial service seemed very slow even though it looked like there were only a couple of other tables. Nobody else was really there. Brought customers for a nice lunch but was very underwhelmed. Won't go back until changes to menu and service are made.
Nice setting, unfortunately the staff wasnt attentive and bland food.
My food was cold and mediocre
The coffee was not good
Slow service excellent food and ambiance.
It was a weird experience. The staff were lovely but seemed surprised that they had costumers. Once I ate the food I understood why. The food is bland. Great for an older crowd, not a hip place at all. Parking is confusing.
The view of the river, the lighting, the interior, and the location of the the restaurant was perfect. The service was also great-very kind and attentive. The food, however, wasn't that good. I and three of my colleagues had the grilled cheese wtih roasted cauliflower soup. The grilled cheese was nothing special and pretty small. The soup was very bland and at first came out luke warm so we had to send it back, but both times, it was bland. One of my coworkers got the eggs benedict and raved about it so next time, I will order that. The desert, bread pudding, was very good, and the cocktails, peach bellinis, were also good. I will give Rosswood another chance but hope the soup and grilled cheese can be improved. Also, adding more interesting vegetarian options would be ideal.
This is one of our favorite restaurants. It's located at a beautiful setting on the river in Portland. Right outside the restaurant is the bike/walk path which is perfect for before or after dinner walks. The food is always excellent, and it's a relaxed atmosphere.
Food was ok. It was a vey limited price fix menu which I didnt expect. Food quality was very uneven. My steak was amazing, but the sauce just so so. The seafood alfredo which my husband ordered was terrible, he sent it back. They didnt even have fettuccine, just spaghetti with this ugly looking brown sauce. He just shared my steak, which was big enough for the two of us. We had a lovely waitress, who was working way too hard. I think they were understaffed. I would not go back there again.
A bit pricey on Valentine day. A flat fee of $55 per person and only two choices of each course. Food was nice though. Still a positive experience overall.
Valentines Day, service was good, but towards the main course the restaurant got filled up and the service slowed way down... dinner for two took over two hours. Food was well prepared and the location and valet parking was terrific.
We visited Rosswood for the first time on Valentine's day and we we're very happy we did. The prefix menu was delicious and plentiful. The service was pleasant and attentive. The ambiance was clean, modern, and warm. I would absolutely recommend this restaurant!
Really nice business lunch with clients where the views, service and meal were all excellent.
The food is so so, upscale greasy, but the service was terrific and it was quiet so we could talk. We watched river traffic and people walking along it. I think this would be a nice place to come for a drink. Parking is valet only. Nice atmosphere inside but food could use a soup and salad option.
We had a reservation at 8pm on a Friday. It was very quiet in the restaurant and it took a minute for our host to notice us.
The waitress was excellent. Not once did we have to ask for a refill. Food was quickly served and tasty.
They do have a very limited menu but they weren’t out of anything (like in some reviews). Check the menu before going here so you won’t be disappointed.
My overall experience is positive. The location by the water is amazing and we’ll try this again in the summer (the only reason why we won’t go back sooner is that there are soo many great restaurants to try in the Portland area).
The only “negative” would be the valet experience. Upon arriving it wasn’t clear where the valet is or where to go. At one point, a guy in unmarked clothing and hoodie on approached my car, making my wife a little nervous. Only after receiving the valet ticket, she felt a little better. Same problem when leaving the restaurant, it’s not clear where the valet is. After a few minutes, someone came out of the hotel and got our car. It just felt weird and uncomfortable.
I met old friends at the Rosswood for our annual holiday lunch a few days before Christmas. We had been to the same site in prior years when it was attached to the Avalon Hotel and decided to keep the tradition since it is a lovely spot on the Willamette and, although not stellar, had always been good. We were terribly disappointed. The food was third rate at best and yet expensive. A grilled cheese sandwich was made with cheap white bread and American cheese and not even grilled (maybe made with toast and then microwaved?), accompanied by a squash soup that was gelatinous and flavorless. A turkey sandwich and fries was okay but at about the level you'd expect from a high volume chain restaurant. The menu was limited and uninspired. It's too bad, because it has such a lovely view of the river and could be a good location for festive events. We won't be going back.
Everything was excellent
It’s such a shame that one of the few water front restaurants can’t figure it out. Literally we went for the Chrismas ship venue and they had open window tables. Seriously! Spaghetti factory sells out months in advance!! The menu is so so so limited. And so very boring. My husband said his $2 Trader Joe’s spaghetti was better than the pasta he had. We asked for bread and the server said “we dont have any bread today” How can you not have bread?!?! Really?!! And it was the skimpiest menu I’ve ever seen. On top of it all service was so so. And you can imagine how the food tasted after all this. Too bad! This place should be amazing.
this was my visit fourth time there . the other two times (once for brunch, once for dinner, twice for lunch. this time was dramatically different. the food was very disappointing. I got a burger which i have gotten there before. this one resembled a burger at mc donalds in size and it was tasteless. I got a small cup of mediocre soup and was charged $6, way over priced for that amount. very disappointed. is there a new chef there. the last time i was there was in the summer
Sadly, this was one of the worst dinners out in years. Too bad, because the setting is beautiful, right on the river. We had reservations for four, timed to see the Christmas Ships. That was the only positive-the view was awesome.
They seemed totally unprepared for any customers, much less the amount you could reasonably expect on a scheduled Christmas Ships night.
We waited 15 minutes to be seated (even though the restaurant was half full). Out of only four (yes, four-that is NOT a typo), entree selections, they were out of the steak, the only item that appealed to our table. But they were also out of bread-bread! At 7:00. We decided to make the best of it and order a nice wine. You guessed it-they were out of that bottle!
There were two selections for dessert, because they were out of the other one.
Our waiter managed to remain gracious throughout delivering the news of item after item being out. We felt bad for him, as he clearly felt embarrassed. In fact, without any request on our part, he removed our dessert charges as a gesture of apology. He was very professional, and hopefully will get a job at a better place.
Hoping they get their act together, as the location is awesome and views are off the charts. But for now, avoid!!
Food was great but service was slow. We went to Rosswood for dinner and to see the Christmas Ships. They need more servers on a busy night.
Based on the price and quality of the food, I'd be shocked if this restaurant was still open a year from now.
- The Billionaire Cocktail was excellent. Absinthe Bitters were a unique ingredient I haven't found at other Portland restaurants/bars.
- Free valet parking
- Attentive, but not intrusive server
- The ambiance is upscale, modern and sleek.
- Smoked fish appetizer was the soggiest smoked item I've ever tasted. So much moisture left in the fish made it incredibly bland.
- Lamb Osso Bucco was meager, there was more bone than meat in the dish. The flavor was good, but an entree shouldn't be 4/5ths side and 1/5th protein.
- Bread pudding was an "alternative take" on the dish, with no warning this would be the case. It was basically cake with a side of whipped cream.
I wanted to treat my GF to a nice dinner to celebrate her graduation from nursing school and was just sorely disappointed. Trust me, there are way better options in this city for a special occasion.
We were excited to try Rosswood and loved the table where we were seated. We ordered cocktails appetizers and shared a dessert. All were delicious and well prepared. Sadly we had zero attention from the staff. It was hard to get an order placed and our whole experience took 2.5 hours despite our simple order. We like to relax and we might have but before we were the last table in the dining room they turned the heat off. It was 41 degrees outside! We were freezing waiting for dessert then waiting for the check then waiting to close out and leave. I've never had an establishment do anything like that before. It was bizarre and very cold. I would be interested in trying Rosswood again for the food and drinks were good but if the service remains this terrible I don't think the restaurant will last much longer.
We made reservations two and one half weeks ago. We were guaranteed window seats in order to see the Christmas ships. We were seated on the wall away from the window. We got up and stood by the window to watch all the ships go by. Once it was over, the waiter then told us that the empty table by the window was indeed ours. After the ships had sailed by.
We ordered a butternut squash dish. One came with an abundance of hazelnuts, the other did not. We showed the waiter the difference and asked if he could simply bring more hazelnuts. He brought more of the gravy that contained only two hazelnuts.
We asked for complimentary bread. Nothing arrived. People seated after us got bread. We asked again for complimentary bread. He said he was waiting for more to be baked. Long story short, he brought us a plate of bread 'ends'; said he couldn't imagine why we would want such a thing and that they were kind of dry, but if we wanted bread, here it is.
By now we are simply laughing in shear disbelief. When he brought us all our our separate tabs, in the nifty tin boxes, he told us he only had one pen for us to use. We are now hysterically laughing.
The good news. Multnomah has a van on plastic straws. When asked if we could have a straw with our sift drinks, he said no. Apparently this restaurant will not use paper straws. He did manage to find us a plastic straws!
Some of my tablemates ate at this restaurant when it was under different Management and claim it's never been all that great. We will never return.
We thought it would be a fun restaurant to check out since it’s close to our house. It was pretty empty and the atmosphere wasn’t as cozy as I hoped. For all the rain Portland has, looking out the window at the cold and wet with hard floors and hard tables and chairs, it wasn’t cozy (which is what I hoped for). The waitress was awesome and the food was good, but she said at the end “you can put on your room or pay with a credit card” when we actually lived close. I don’t think they see many people for brunch that aren’t staying at the hotel.
We visited for Thanksgiving buffet dinner. Great service and fabulous food!