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738 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214
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- Sunday: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
- Monday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Tuesday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Wednesday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Thursday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Friday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Saturday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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4.9 of 5.0 from 56 reviews
price range:$26 to $50
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Three words: foie gras profiteroles. Eat them!
by Ana Quiñones
Everything was delicious: foie, wine, fish and creme brûlée.
by Raquel Munoz
This is a must. Get a reservation. Communal dining table.
by Connie C.
Интересная кухня, стоит хоть раз сходить. Место хоть и крутое, но пускают в джинсах-кедах. Столик лучше бронировать заранее, а то прийдется ж
by Tutta Karlson
Try your best to save some room for dessert.
by Alex B.
Tasting menu is a great deal.
by Laura G.
by Andrew Morlini
Check out Le Pigeon as seen on Unique Eats
by TV Food Maps
The rabbit will blow you away. Make reservations ahead of time!
by Geoff R.
by Christian T.
Chef Chris DiMinno eats here on his nights off. He loves the Honey bacon apricot cornbread w/ maple ice cream.
by Chefs Feed
The Butterscotch Pot de Crème is unreal!
by Sarah S.
Chef Gabriel Rucker is one of our favorite chefs! If you don’t do a tasting menu, make sure you order the Beef Cheek Bourguignon and the Garganelli!
by Sarah S.
Worth the wait. Flavorful, inventive food and stellar service. Shawn the maître d was so helpful to us out of towners. I hope we can see an offshoot in NYC!
Grab a seat at the bar of James Beard Award–winning chef Gabriel Rucker’s kitchen to watch cooks turn out meat-centric platters including squab, served here with kumquats and charred marrowbone.
by Travel + Leisure
get the chef's tasting menu to try all of their signature dishes. if you're not feeling that, def get the duck confit and foie gras profiteroles
by Sally Y.
The duck with hummus was the best thing we had here, and the hazelnut cake with rhubarb was the best dessert. The foie gras profiterole was only okay.
by Jenny S.
A superb dining experience on every level. You can not eat here once, there are too many items that must be tasted!!!
by Matthew G.
One of the more expensive restaurants in Portland, but also one of the best. Chef Gabriel Rucker won last year's James Beard Northwest Award and the James Beard Best Rising Star Chef Award in 2011.
Eat everything. All of it. Every single dish.
by John T.
Do NOT leave without trying the Foie Gras Profiteroles with Caramel Sauce and Sea Salt...MANDATORY (this coming from someone who doesn't even really love desert)
by Jonathan W.
by Dan S.
Abacore Crudo and the Grilled Lamb Shoulder were terrific. Get it.
by Xande M.
Space is small. Only 3 tables in the entire place (2 short tables, 1 long table. Don't expect any intimacy or privacy unless your group can fill the entire table.
by Josh C.
Damn amazing!!!! If you're in portland don't skip this place. Try the tasting menus
by Joe L.
Duuuuuude foie gras profiteroles with caramel + sea salt ftw
by Sean Li
Le Pigeon Burger
The chef gabriel rucker is a genius!
by Catherine H.
The Foie Gras Profiteroles are sinfully amazing. Do yourself a favor and order them!
by Luis F.
One of the best & most memorable meals of my life.
by Laurence P.
Try the pigeon.
by Josh S.
Probably one of the best food experiences I've had in a while. The foie gras profiteroles were acid-inspired genius
by Corey B.
Great burger...pickled onions are perfect on it. Mashed potatoes with the beef is a new addition and a great one. Summer of Riesling is a good deal. All three are tasty.
by Irena C.
This was the best food I have had in a long time! To die for! Everything was flawless! The chicken, summer "thanksgiving" both were phenomenal!!
Local jewelry phenom Sara Dudzinky, of brand "better late than never," claims this spot to be her favorite in Portland! Check out these awesome Ocean Quill Studs by Sara for OfaKind.com!
by Of a Kind
If I had $10 left to my name I'd come here for the bacon waffle and then take my chances with the world.
by Dan V.
Foie monte cristo. Smoked rabbit pie. Foie profiteroles.
by Jhoana O.
Our waitress insisted that I have the Rabbit Pie as an entree. I did not regret it for a second.
by Matthew L.
Try the 4-6 course tasting menu! It is seriously the best I've seen in a while. Visited from Seattle, and we didn't want to leave!
Loved the elephant fish and crab appetizer. The creme brûlée was ridiculous.
by Pam K.
If Gabe Rucker is there and your stomach/wallet is up for it, ask for the chef's tasting menu with the wine pairings.
by Josh W.
Foie Gras Profiteroles are a must-have!
Sit at the bar and watch the magic from the open kitchen. Great food and ambiance.
by Rob L.
WW's Restaurant Guide 2010: "...layering complementary flavors and textures in clever combinations, as in the foie gras au torchon, an appetizer of warm scallion pancakes, hot cherry vermouth jam...
by Willamette Week
Sweetbreads, cheeks, and the burger. They also do wine pairings.
by Peter Y.
Try the tasting menu. It's amazing.
by Dustin W.
Diners can’t stop talking about their meals at this restaurant.
Beef Cheek Bourguignon and a glass of Bordeaux. Done.
by Joy C.
Please don't leave without ordering, finishing and thinking long and hard about the Honey Bacon Apricot Cornbread w/Maple Ice Cream. If you snag one of those elusive burgers, thank your lucky stars.
by The Daily Meal
You’ll find pickled onions on your burger and foie gras in your profiterole, but also some killer fried green tomatoes on your pork belly and a really good chicken-under-a-brick. [Eater 38 Member]
At 29, Gabriel Rucker is a Portland original whose ideas have crackled into something electric.
by Portland Monthly
Late night and limited-edition burgers are so popular! Gabriel Rucker, of Le Pigeon, only serves ten burgers a night. You can order one in advance when you make a reservation.
go eat here
Bacon or foie gras for dessert? YES!!!!!
by Steven M.
My longtime fav. in Portland.
by Greg J.
Best Hamburger I've ever had.
by T. Alden W.
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