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Choose Between Two Options
- $31 for $50 worth of continental cuisine for dinner for two
- $52 for $100 worth of continental cuisine for dinner for four
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The hills above Milwaukie bear many secrets, including a turn-of-the-century estate called Amadeus Manor with sloping roofs, heavy wood doors, and stunning views of the Willamette River and Portland skyline. This hidden gem—a three-story stone manor built in 1921—emerges from the bowed limbs of enormous trees and shrubbery, welcoming people inside for a romantic dinner of continental cuisine.
Its menu is culled from European classics, with a focus on the owner's home country, Austria. For the schnitzel Amadeus, the chefs trim pork tenderloin by hand, and for the steak au poivre Madagascar, they paint a grilled new york strip steak in a peppercorn cognac demi glace and pair it with mango chutney. Dinners sweetly conclude with a rotating menu of desserts made in house and a cup of house coffee served with luscious clotted cream.
Guests linger over the meals at tables set with fresh flowers while nearby, a fire roars in a stone hearth. Dusk is particularly enchanting when the setting sun illuminates iron-framed windows and the manor's glittering chandeliers twinkle in the soft pink light.
76% of 46 customers recommend
“This is a beautiful venue as well as providing a gastronomic experience second to none in Portland! The owner, who served us, was gracious, helpful and completely...”
“This is a beautiful venue as well as providing a gastronomic experience second to none in Portland! The owner, who served us, was gracious, helpful and completely charming. We'll be back! ”
“Make certain to make a reservation, and be prepared to take 2 hours or more for full dinner. Worth the price!”
“The food is great. Super friendly staff. Awesome view of the river. Worth it!”