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Pacific Pie Company


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pie • salad • pastie • lamb

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  • Photo of Margot Mazur
    4 years ago
    here else can you get a hearty savory pie plus a pint for $8, an order of mini sausage rolls or vegetarian pasties for $4, and a slice of chocolate bourbon hazelnut pie plus a cup of coffee for $5?
  • Photo of FiftiesFan
    4 months ago
    Good, knowledgable service: friendly, nice atmosphere. I had their beet salad, it was very good, the beets were cooked perfectly. It was a little late for lunch so it wasn't too busy. A nice place to enjoy lunch and look out the window on a sunny day. I would go there again and try some of their other menu items.
  • Photo of rusugiru
    5 months ago
    We had some delicious pies here, including the roast lamb pie and the cottage pie. Portions were very generous. The roasted broccoli side was great too. The kids meal was pretty good and reasonably healthy, including raw veggies. For dessert we had apple and marionberry pies, both of which were delicious. Service was very friendly, if a little slow. Would recommend!
  • Photo of Kelley R
    6 months ago
    My husband and I got a couple cocktails and split the Apple Pie Sundae and it was all SO GOOD!! The sundae was more than enough for the two of us. I got the St. Pear cocktail and it was perfect (fruity but not too sweet). We sat outside and enjoyed the people watching in such a vibrant area of Portland.
  • Photo of Dorityj
    6 months ago
    My friends and I were 15 minutes early for the opening of Pacific Pie. We were seated and told it would be a bit longer. We appreciated this with the extensive Australian menu we needed extra time. Myself and 2 others ordered 3 different items, all were excellent. In fact 2 of us took home extra pieces of pie after we ate lunch! We will definitely be back to try more items on their menu. Our waiter was great.
  • Photo of Avery397
    7 months ago
    Recently visited Portland on vacation and stopped by Pacific Pie Company on our first evening. From the name I was thinking dessert pies; however I soon found out their claim to fame is pasties (pot pies). They have an Australian influence and that is reflected in the menu. My sister had the mac and cheese and she enjoyed it. My other sister had a beef pot pie and I had the chicken potpie with side salads. The portions were nice size and we could only eat half our meal at the first sitting. The restaurant is nice with lots of natural light and the service was excellent. I recommend a stop at Pacific Pie Company.
  • Photo of TXTripper
    7 months ago
    My husband and I literally stumbled across this corner restaurant on our recent visit to Portland when we were looking for somewhere to eat close to our hotel. The name of the restaurant appealed to me, and they had a chalkboard sign that said gluten free options, so we went in - ended up eating there two nights in a row. Basically they call their menu Aussie Pub Food. My favorite was their Shepherds Pie which was different from what I grew up with - lamb in a sauce with some veggies and covered with mashed sweet potatoes. My husband liked his chicken schnitzle. Staff were welcoming and answered questions about the menu, but they were short-staffed the nights we were there -not a place for fast food and go. More leisurely and enjoy your meal. I was disappointed when I learned they were closed Monday and Tuesday nights, or I would have been back a third night.
  • Photo of Christopher B
    7 months ago
    we stopped by for coffee and a possible dessert. were happy to see they had GF options, albeit limited. coffee was great, the gf desserts even better!
  • Photo of TomFallon
    7 months ago
    I've been twice and this place makes great pie! I love the sausage roll, and LOVE the apple sour cream pie a la mode. They're not stingy with the ice cream either!
  • Photo of JetsettinDaisy
    8 months ago
    We weren't sure what to expect but the menu had looked amazing and the Groupon sold out super fast so we had high hopes. The service was absolutely outstanding, our server was super attentive and answered any and all of our random questions (about the pies, about the sauce, etc). We shared a steak and cheese pie and I had the ginger lemonade which was fantastic. The pie was really really good, the crust was perfect and I'm not usually into pie crusts (just the filling). We both had pie slices for dessert and my boyfriend said that the key lime was probably one of the best he's ever had. My cherry almond was delicious as well. While the food was really awesome, the service stole the show for me.
  • Photo of Hyenaden
    8 months ago
    An incredible dining experience. The staff are all so friendly and our waitress Alicia was so friendly, attentive and adorable we just wanted to put her in our pocket and take her home with us forever. Definitely try the chicken pot pie and if your vegetarian the gluten free vegan shepherds pie is a delicious alternative to meat. We would have tasted every one of the pies but we made it out of there with just three, the Sour Apple Streusel, Key Lime and Fruit Tart. No shame. Treat yourself to the delectable desserts. Featured here: the chicken pot pie with mashed potatoes and onion gravy. Yum!!
  • Photo of Sarah S
    9 months ago
    Of course we got rained on walking to eat but we were in Portland after all. We had trouble ordering just because we couldn't decide between potatoes or shell. I decided on the Cottage Pie. It was FABULOUS!! Great flavor! My friend ordered the Chicken Schnitzel and I tasted it also. It was wonderful!! The meals came with a salad that was very good.
  • Photo of Tortoni
    9 months ago
    Picked up a slice of cherry crumb. Crust was hard and overdone, cherries were too tart and crumbs were just mixture of ingredients that spilled when trying to eat. Tossed after two bites.
  • Photo of Stephen C
    a year ago
    The good news, Aussies love pies. The bad news, they love bad pies. As usual, they underachieve the example set by their British ancestors. Brits like nice big chunks of stuff in their pies, not something that could have come out of a toddlers ready made meal, even if it is quite tasty.
  • Photo of Lynne C
    a year ago
    We had lunch and dessert at Pacific Pie a few years ago and enjoyed the savory pies during our visit. I don't remember what we had for dessert, but I'm sure it was fine. Since our daughter-in-law was craving pumpkin pie because she didn't have any for Thanksgiving, we decided to take one home for her. First of all, the woman at the counter was sullen and almost rude to us. We bought a whole pumpkin pie and 2 slices of apple pie. We thought the price was ridiculously high, even considering the refund for returned pie tins. The pies were virtually inedible. The pumpkin filling tasted a little off, almost spoiled. The crust on both pies was tough and couldn't be cut with a fork. Afterwards, we wondered if these pies were leftovers from Thanksgiving, which was five days earlier. All in all, we had a very bad experience at Pacific Pie, with both the service and the product, and won't be back.
  • Photo of Kelric
    a year ago
    The staff were very friendly laid back and the traditional meat pies were very good. The dessert pies were tasty as well. Recommend the chocolate ones. Hard to find the sign at night but it is worth the trip across the river from downtown Portland to locate this nice restaurant.
  • Photo of BeavertonORTraveller
    My wife wanted to try Pacific Pie's brick and mortar restaurant after visiting their booth at the Beaverton Farmer's Market a few years ago. Unfortunately they seem to no longer participate in the Beaverton Farmer's Market, so a visit was on the to-do list to try out their offerings. Pacific Pie has two locations. The SE 7th location we visited does also have a bakery counter. Their website is not clear if the NW 23rd location also has a bakery counter. We stopped by right as they opened to beat the crowd and to better the odds of finding a parking spot, as there is only street parking. We were able to find a curb spot around the corner on Hawthorne. We were seated immediately when we arrived. My wife opted for their chicken pot pie while I chose a lighter entree of a Cobb salad. Rather surprisingly, it took longer than we expected to get our order, about half an hour to be exact. We noticed that others who were seated the same time we were, or shortly thereafter were also still waiting for their orders, so something was amiss in the kitchen. We weren't in a hurry, but it was a noticeable wait. Our waitress did note that we had been waiting longer than usual, and stopped by to assure us that our orders would be out shortly, which they were. My wife's chicken pot pie was absolutely perfect, with a nice crisp but tender and crumbly crust. The filling was spot-on, not too salty, but still tasty and with that comfort food character with simple goodness. The plate it came on also had a generous green salad with a very good balsamic vinaigrette dressing. My Cobb salad was very good, and right-sized with a lighter portion of blue cheese dressing. I tend to over-dress my salads, so the reserved amount of dressing was actually a good thing. I left full but not feeling overfed. My wife also selected a few items from the bakery to bake and enjoy later. We'll have to return and try other items on their menu. I hope that the extra long wait was an anomaly. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt.
  • Photo of ISammyD
    a year ago
    Such great pies, LOVE the pie milkshakes! I haven't had the savory pies, but the sweet ones are to die for.
  • Photo of BLE14
    a year ago
    My husband and I had a fabulous vegetarian dinner here the other night: a Moroccan chickpea pie and a spinach feta pie, accompanied by bourbon and ginger beer cocktails. Quite delicious! Too full for dessert but there were several in the case that we know we would've liked. Friends of ours like many of the meat pie choices, too.
  • Photo of BK122
    a year ago
    This place doesn't really have much presence, when you are walking by.. But we looked at the menu and were hooked.. What we ordered - vegetarian Shepherd's Pie, home made vegetarian split pea soup, and a butternut squash salad, were an absolute delight. They have the best pies too - I NEVER eat a piece of pie, but the seasonal berry pie was to die for, as well as the hazelnut bourbon pie my friend ordered. They also have a great selection of loose leaf teas that we partook of.. If I lived in Portland, I would definitely eat there often.
  • Photo of Bas L
    a year ago
    We ate dinner here on Tuesday night when we walked past it. It looked nice so we decided to eat here. It was a great decision! My boyfriend had a pie in soup, which apparently is a traditional Australian combination. I had a salad with squash and feta and walnuts, which was so delicious! The food is great, the hostess was super friendly. I would definitely recommend this place to others!

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