Beast
Beast
Beast

Beast

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Top 1% of restaurants in Portland, Oregon
8 / 10

13 expert reviews

“Menus are set in advance; they consist of five or six courses (though some of the courses are amuse-bouche size), beginning with soup and ending with dessert, and wine pairings. ”

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Fodor's
"There might be chicken and duck-liver mousse, wine- and truffle-braised beef, foie-gras bon bons, or steak tartare with quail-egg toast." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Pomeroy and her talented staff prepare exquisite meals using sustainable, farm-fresh ingredients: recent choices included lamb loin chop with nectarine salsa." Full review
Zagat
"Diners sit an "elbow away" from each other at communal tables for pricey twice-nightly prix fixe platings of "phenomenal" French- and Pacific NW–inspired cuisine." Full review
Gayot
13.0
"Dine at Beast to immerse yourself in chef Naomi Pomeroy's view of cuisine; there’s a poster hanging in her kitchen saying "Praise the Lard"." Full review
Oregonian
"Beast is gutsy, staking its reputation on a fixed-price French bistro menu boldly punctuated by meat." Full review
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