This farm-to-table bistro is considered by many as one of the finest restaurants in the Willamette Valley. The gourmet menu changes each month using seasonal ingredients such as Dungeness crab boubin blanc (traditional French holiday sausage), stir-fry-shaved cabbage, squid ink pasta and lemongrass cream.
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A solid B- meal - A+ wait staff
The good The beet salad was to die for. The season kielbasa was ok. Like you would get from a butcher shop, not Safeway. The gin Martini was good. The bad The flat iron steak was horrible. That iron only works with a good heart sear. This had no sear at all on it and had the consistency and flavor of liver instead of steak. Given the hype, tonight’s dining experience was quite disappointing. If I had this meal at Applebees, I would have been disappointed.
Splendid, inventive, attractive menu — frequently changing
Warm welcome on a chill night — very nice. Several big hits for the evening — including “special” savory ham/pork pie, with scant hint of sweet spices; Crater Lake pepper vodka; unbelievably tasty “special” plum pudding, well rounded and richly flavored.
Hubby discovered this gem, I'm so glad he did! Interesting and unique menu!
Oh my goodness, how do I start this? Guess the first thing is to go online and check out the menu. It changes monthly, so what we had two nights ago may not be on the November menu. Be adventurous and try new foods. The appetizer we had was of venison heart, cooked in the style of (Khata-khat). I've never tasted anything like it, I can't even describe the flavor except incredible. Hubby had the house made Hasenpfeffer sausage meal, amazing flavors, and mine was Bird bigos~, which is like a Polish hunters stew, so tasty Dessert, we shared the hazelnut cake, and my mouth is watering thinking about it! You should really go check this wonderful restaurant out. This place rocks! Cheers
Adventurous and innovative
My spouse and I like a restaurant that that is innovative and adventurous as long as it leads to an enjoyable and fun meal. Sybaris is one that fits the bill. The menu is adventurous enough that it requires a leap of faith, and trust in the server’s ability to translate. Our server was a good match for the restaurant and also made an excellent vodka martini. The menu changes often, so we’re looking forward to another visit soon.
The BEST meal I have ever had
The entire evening was perfection. A small appetizer was shared among the four of us along with our cocktails. Our waitress was extremely pleasant and efficient. Three of us had the halibut cheeks and the fourth person had flank steak. All four entrees were perfect. We ordered the white wine that was suggested for the halibut plates, and we liked it so much we later sought out the winery to buy several bottles. Our shared chocolate desserts were to die for. The spacing of the tables allows for a sense of privacy and it keeps the conversational noise from other tables at bay. The interior is pretty simple and rustic which is just fine because the food is the star. This dining spot scored perfectly on food, service, value for the dollar and interior decor. We can't wait to go back.