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Serratto is a lively and elegant neighborhood restaurant serving authentic and innovative dishes from Italy, France and the greater Mediterranean region. The menu, which changes seasonally, is built around a commitment to using natural meats, the freshest seafood, and locally grown fruits and vegetables.
The outstanding wine list and knowledgeable staff ensures a perfect wine pairing for any meal, palate, or budget.
With its beautiful dining room, spacious private dining space, relaxed lounge and full bar, Serratto has the perfect table for you!
Portland, OR 97210
Italian, Mediterranean, French
Hours of Operation:
Daily 11:30 am–4:00 pm
Daily 4:00 pm–5:30 pm
Mon–Thu 4:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 4:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sun 4:00 pm–9:00 pm
NW 21st Ave & NW Kearney St
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Valet Lot on NW Johnson St and NW 21st Ave. $5/car with validation from restaurant .
Portland Streetcar (NW 21st and Lovejoy) heading East toward Pearl District/Downtown/Waterfront
Private Party Facilities:
Serratto has two private dining rooms that can each accommodate up to 16 guests. The two rooms can also be combined to accommodate larger groups up to 40.
Private Party Contact:
Tyler Burby: (503) 221-1195
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Serratto Ratings and Reviews
Our experience was wonderful. The service was friendly, attentive, and professional, and the food was delicious. I had the beet salad and the rigatoni with sausage and fresh mozzerella, tomato, and basil. Ambiance was warm and upscale without being stuffy, and noise was perfectly moderate. I had such a good experience I can't wait to go back, and cannot recommend it enough.
We suggested Serratto to friends, and met them there for dinner, after stopping in for a cocktail several weeks ago. The ambiance was perfect, the servers friendly and helpful in selecting a nice Tempranillo . The special was a lobster risotto but they had run out of lobster. I was a bit disappointed until our server mentioned that although it's not on the menu, scallops are a delicious addition to the risotto. She was spot on! It was amazing! My friend's butternut squash ravioli was full of exquisite flavor. The steaks were tender and juicy and full of flavor. I'm gluten free and found it easy to order with many options. I'm told the crusty bread was fantastic. I would recommend it and certainly will be going back!
We had a wedding anniversary that we celebrate always just two of us. This time we were visiting our son in Portland and invited him, too. My wife likes Italian cuisine and we both love good chianti. It was quite cold in the evening of 23-d of December, Serrato is just 5-7 min walk from our son's residence. That is why we picked that one. And we are really sorry about this choice. Food was not tasty and everything was overpriced. Chianti Classico $14 per glass was probably $5 per bottle wine, soups (we tried 2) were barely edible, especially onion soup, which is not Italian of course. I cannot imagine how bad should be the cook who made their fried calamari. Terrible. Not edible. Not fresh and over salted (may be to hide the first). I am very cautious in a new place and always take chicken. I think it is difficult to spoil the chicken dish. Believe it or not - they did the worst chicken dish I ever ate. Pasta and ravioli that my wife and our son picked were insipid. As the last accord of the evening was the waitress - coldly smiling, not friendly, very slow and not sincere - all her recommendations occurred to be "inaccurate". I do not provide the name intentionally, in a hope that it was just a "bad hair day" for her and the chef, too.
As always, Serratto does not disappoint. One companion declared it was the best beet salad she had ever had with shaved fennel, and chèvre. Another liked the menu very much. He’s normally a soup and salad guy and was impressed with the Cobb salad. I had the chicken sandwich, grilled nicely on a lovely roll. Our wait person was so very helpful and attentive. Lovely atmosphere and we ended up spending 2 1/2 hours there!
Consistently great food, service, and wine. The staff here is amazing and friendly. The food is locally sourced and very thoughtfully crafted. The wine list is among the very best for Italian, Spanish, and French Wines. You can even find a plethora of local and regional wine as well.
We had a tired child with us and the waitperson was not very accommodating or friendly. Maybe she was having an off night or not in the mood to accommodate a 6 year old - but since it was my birthday celebration I had hoped for a more pleasant, understanding wait person.
Serratto is usually a very good restaurant. This time we had a very awkward table near a door in the back. The restaurant was very noisy. The food was so-so, well below their standards. I think they have an off night. The wine was good though. I won't give up on them just yet.
This old time restaurant was a landmark and outstanding establishment. The last visits have become more dismay. The menu is tired and the presentation sloppy . I suspect it is surviving on past glories. I judge restaurants on their scallops. I ordered the scallops. Ordinary at best. My wife's fish stew was almost deplete of fish, and what was served were small indescribable mystery fish and a limited amount shell fish.
Sad to state we will not return. There so many better restaurants. In Portland .
I wished they didn't put grapefruit sections in the Kobe Beef Steak. Should've kept the pecans or however it was at first. Asked for an extra side of dressing, and didn't get it. Didn't ask again, either. Nothing special for my boss' birthday, which I mentioned in the reservation either. Which is a bit cheap in itself. And that lamb/beef stew - was not the business. A spoonful of dry meat soup - no uncuousness to it, a disappointment.
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