Le Hana Inc

★★★★☆
  • 22269 NW Imbrie Dr

    Hillsboro, OR 97124

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  • 503-681-3885

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In Alaska, we had a favorite sushi place we always went to. Moving from Alaska to Portland, my boyfriend & I tried place after place, not able to find a good sushi place that came even close to our favorite back in AK. Until we found Le Hana! The food is great, I like the idea of French-Japanese fusion. The presentation is way cool, and you won't find their rolls anywhere else. I highly recommend this restaurant!

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★★★★★

In Alaska, we had a favorite sushi place we always went to. Moving from Alaska to Portland, my boyfriend & I tried place after place, not able to find a good sushi place that came even close to our favorite back in AK. Until we found Le Hana! The food is great, I like the idea of French-Japanese fusion. The presentation is way cool, and you won't find their rolls anywhere else. I highly recommend this restaurant!

Pros: Creative sushi rolls, friendly & fast service, nice ambience

Cons: Nothing at all!

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We went here on Mother's Day with my wife and my 9 month old sond.
I feel what makes a great restaurant isn't always excellent, excellent food (it helps of course) but it's the individual as your waiter that represents the restaurant. It's worth going here just to experience the level of excellent service you can receive from Mike. He is well informed and educated about the food and the different Sake. He will even know the origin of the food, Sake and history behind it. He is very courteous, helpful and not hesitant to make suggestions. And more important not offended if you don't agree with his suggestions.
The food was also GREAT and exactly as Mike described it would be. So...excellent service and food made for a great dinner. Not to mention our son was very restless and unhappy but Mike and the staff was so gracious and patient with our son.
The owners of this resaurant should REALIZE and honorably COMMEND Mike on what a great employee they have and the excellent representation of their establishment he gives to Le Hana. Le Hana and Mike, in my opinion far exceeds the other 5 star and highly regarded waiter's at other restaurants we have been to. Ask for Mike and he will surely make it a pleasant dinner for you.

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★★★★★

We went here on Mother's Day with my wife and my 9 month old sond.
I feel what makes a great restaurant isn't always excellent, excellent food (it helps of course) but it's the individual as your waiter that represents the restaurant. It's worth going here just to experience the level of excellent service you can receive from Mike. He is well informed and educated about the food and the different Sake. He will even know the origin of the food, Sake and history behind it. He is very courteous, helpful and not hesitant to make suggestions. And more important not offended if you don't agree with his suggestions.
The food was also GREAT and exactly as Mike described it would be. So...excellent service and food made for a great dinner. Not to mention our son was very restless and unhappy but Mike and the staff was so gracious and patient with our son.
The owners of this resaurant should REALIZE and honorably COMMEND Mike on what a great employee they have and the excellent representation of their establishment he gives to Le Hana. Le Hana and Mike, in my opinion far exceeds the other 5 star and highly regarded waiter's at other restaurants we have been to. Ask for Mike and he will surely make it a pleasant dinner for you.

Pros: Mike the Waiter

Cons: Secluded Area

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July 16, 2009 - Le Hana has a fabulous special right now that could end any time, so you might want to call and check. THE DEAL: Buy a drink (doesn't have to be alcoholic) and your bill is 50% OFF!! They have new rolls they are debuting as well.

Le Hana's is our favorite sushi restaurant anywhere! The sushi is always amazingly consistent and the wait staff is always attentive and kind. The edamame and miso soup before the meal is wonderful. The presentation of the sushi makes the experience just that much better. Try to Tuna Avocado Tower. They offer tons of interesting meals for those who aren't sushi fans as well from steak to salmon with a Japanese flair. Mike is definitely what keeps us coming back - he is excellent!

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★★★★★

July 16, 2009 - Le Hana has a fabulous special right now that could end any time, so you might want to call and check. THE DEAL: Buy a drink (doesn't have to be alcoholic) and your bill is 50% OFF!! They have new rolls they are debuting as well.

Le Hana's is our favorite sushi restaurant anywhere! The sushi is always amazingly consistent and the wait staff is always attentive and kind. The edamame and miso soup before the meal is wonderful. The presentation of the sushi makes the experience just that much better. Try to Tuna Avocado Tower. They offer tons of interesting meals for those who aren't sushi fans as well from steak to salmon with a Japanese flair. Mike is definitely what keeps us coming back - he is excellent!

Pros: Fabulous Sushi, Awesome Presentation, Great Staff, Not Crowd

Cons: Good sushi costs more than crappy sushi

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7/25/08 Dinner 6PM. Not to crowded. Ordered drinks and appetizers and main course. Took forever to get drinks & appetizers. Don't order the Capresi wraps, bland and very messy. Why waste your appetite on these! Also not a place to order mixed drinks - very light on the alchohol. Finally get drinks and appetizers and 30 seconds later our entrees were set down on the table. I hate that! Would like a little time between courses. All the rolls and sushi we ordered were just wonderfull. Avocado roll was great as well as the unagi roll. Miso soup came with the meal but we never got it until we tracked down the waitress half way thru our meal to bring the soup. Sevice needs to to pick up - more attentive I guess - but the food was very good.

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★★★★☆

7/25/08 Dinner 6PM. Not to crowded. Ordered drinks and appetizers and main course. Took forever to get drinks & appetizers. Don't order the Capresi wraps, bland and very messy. Why waste your appetite on these! Also not a place to order mixed drinks - very light on the alchohol. Finally get drinks and appetizers and 30 seconds later our entrees were set down on the table. I hate that! Would like a little time between courses. All the rolls and sushi we ordered were just wonderfull. Avocado roll was great as well as the unagi roll. Miso soup came with the meal but we never got it until we tracked down the waitress half way thru our meal to bring the soup. Sevice needs to to pick up - more attentive I guess - but the food was very good.

Pros: Good Sushi

Cons: Poor service

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My husband and I have been going to La Hana since it opened its Hillsboro location. In fact, we are regulars and you will most likely see us dining there every Saturday afternoon. We do not consider ourselves creatures of habit and like to venture out to other places, but honestly we are disappointed everytime we do. This is why we keep coming back to Le Hana. Personally I love their sushi and am addicted to their Shrimp & Goat Cheese Gyoza. Try the La Hana rolls -- delicious!! The staff is wonderful and know our favorite table. I'm shocked that there are so many write-ups about slow service, because I seriously doubt anyone frequents La Hana as much as we do and we have NEVER had poor service. On occasion they may be slower than usual, but its not slow enough to be dinged for it.

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★★★★★

My husband and I have been going to La Hana since it opened its Hillsboro location. In fact, we are regulars and you will most likely see us dining there every Saturday afternoon. We do not consider ourselves creatures of habit and like to venture out to other places, but honestly we are disappointed everytime we do. This is why we keep coming back to Le Hana. Personally I love their sushi and am addicted to their Shrimp & Goat Cheese Gyoza. Try the La Hana rolls -- delicious!! The staff is wonderful and know our favorite table. I'm shocked that there are so many write-ups about slow service, because I seriously doubt anyone frequents La Hana as much as we do and we have NEVER had poor service. On occasion they may be slower than usual, but its not slow enough to be dinged for it.

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I live in portland, so finding the Hillsboro location was a bit difficult and the online map is misleading. I should know better if they have to put on their website description that they're "high end" - if you have to say it, then you're not. Accoustics did nothing but amplify the cackling table nearby even though our party of 8 out numbered them. Service was prompt enough. We just bought the G sake - so a given decent bottle, but not refrigerated and the flasks with ice compartment, while interesting I guess, don't quite chill the sake and water dumps out when it melts. the Japanese part of this so called 'fusion' was good - the French part, not so much. Good/great: nigiri (halibut amazing), Grand Fleur roll, spicy watermelon soup, gorgonzola cheesecake; Mediocre: tuna tower, cajun ahi, spicy hand rolls; Poorly executed: over-cooked mahi mahi in butternut squash bisque, pork with apple fritters (fritters were ok, but they used the batter to stuff the pork -- grainy and too sweet), pork rolls , fried rice with veg-all. ew.

While it was fine, I'm not sure the vision is being accomplished. Perhaps they're wary of the already over-saturated sushi market and thought throwing French in there would bring it some appeal. I don't know. For me, I would not go back on my own accord, and if invited, I'd stick to the sushi.

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★★★☆☆

I live in portland, so finding the Hillsboro location was a bit difficult and the online map is misleading. I should know better if they have to put on their website description that they're "high end" - if you have to say it, then you're not. Accoustics did nothing but amplify the cackling table nearby even though our party of 8 out numbered them. Service was prompt enough. We just bought the G sake - so a given decent bottle, but not refrigerated and the flasks with ice compartment, while interesting I guess, don't quite chill the sake and water dumps out when it melts. the Japanese part of this so called 'fusion' was good - the French part, not so much. Good/great: nigiri (halibut amazing), Grand Fleur roll, spicy watermelon soup, gorgonzola cheesecake; Mediocre: tuna tower, cajun ahi, spicy hand rolls; Poorly executed: over-cooked mahi mahi in butternut squash bisque, pork with apple fritters (fritters were ok, but they used the batter to stuff the pork -- grainy and too sweet), pork rolls , fried rice with veg-all. ew.

While it was fine, I'm not sure the vision is being accomplished. Perhaps they're wary of the already over-saturated sushi market and thought throwing French in there would bring it some appeal. I don't know. For me, I would not go back on my own accord, and if invited, I'd stick to the sushi.

Pros: sushi, gorgonzola cheesecake

Cons: everything else is mediocre at best

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First, let me say that this was some of the best sushi I have had in town. The La Hana roll is to die for! That alone is the reason I'm considering going back. The Tokyo Ice Tea did just what the menu said it would - knocked me off my feet! And also but me in a good enough mood not to leave the restaurant. On this night, my husband and I were going to see the Cirque du Soleil show; we gave ourselves an hour and a half for dinner and drinks, which under any other circumstances is plenty of time. Our food at La Hana took over an hour. My sushi roll came 20 minutes before my husbands stuffed pork. They said the pork took longer to cook, but I've grilled pork...it does not take an hour to cook, not even close. Besides, his pork was completely uncooked on one end. It's hard for me to recommend this restaurant because I don't think you should ever wait over an hour for your food and you should be able to dine together (get your food at the same time). Time after time, my husband and I watched people walk out in a huff before they their food arrived, so I know we weren't alone in our experience. We watched people finish their drinks, complain to their waiters, and go. Nothing we received was at a discount or on the house, but it should have been.

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★★☆☆☆

First, let me say that this was some of the best sushi I have had in town. The La Hana roll is to die for! That alone is the reason I'm considering going back. The Tokyo Ice Tea did just what the menu said it would - knocked me off my feet! And also but me in a good enough mood not to leave the restaurant. On this night, my husband and I were going to see the Cirque du Soleil show; we gave ourselves an hour and a half for dinner and drinks, which under any other circumstances is plenty of time. Our food at La Hana took over an hour. My sushi roll came 20 minutes before my husbands stuffed pork. They said the pork took longer to cook, but I've grilled pork...it does not take an hour to cook, not even close. Besides, his pork was completely uncooked on one end. It's hard for me to recommend this restaurant because I don't think you should ever wait over an hour for your food and you should be able to dine together (get your food at the same time). Time after time, my husband and I watched people walk out in a huff before they their food arrived, so I know we weren't alone in our experience. We watched people finish their drinks, complain to their waiters, and go. Nothing we received was at a discount or on the house, but it should have been.

Pros: OK street parking

Cons: terrible service, long waits for food

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It couldn't GET any slower than this. Employees are very freindly and the food isn't even bad. You just wait forever to get it. Have tried this place 3 times just to make sure I wasn't jumping to conclusions but unfortunately it was slow every time....

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★☆☆☆☆

It couldn't GET any slower than this. Employees are very freindly and the food isn't even bad. You just wait forever to get it. Have tried this place 3 times just to make sure I wasn't jumping to conclusions but unfortunately it was slow every time....

Pros: Good location, plenty of parking, no kids, friendly people

Cons: Slow service - over 40 minutes to get our food

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i wasnt going to give any stars minus 5 stars the fish is not fresh iwas staying at the hotel in marriot and it was reccomended to go to lahana so we went was not seated immedeatley. the food was horrible so left as fast as possible

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★☆☆☆☆

i wasnt going to give any stars minus 5 stars the fish is not fresh iwas staying at the hotel in marriot and it was reccomended to go to lahana so we went was not seated immedeatley. the food was horrible so left as fast as possible

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my boyfriend found this place one night... we decided to try it out for happy hour.. SO GOOD! the sushi is great, the happy hour prices are great... you can fill up for two people on about $20. the prices for regular dinner menu are a little pricey, but if you like sushi it is worth it. they have a unique menu that i like because it is not the same old same old that everyone else is serving. they have a nice drink menu and the inside is beautiful. they have a nice bar and an upstairs room for i guess what you could call the "high rollers" of sushi. we love making it there for happy hour. the service is great, they are really friendly.. except for who i think is the owner he is kind of intimidating.. anyways. we love it. happy hour :)

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★★★★★

my boyfriend found this place one night... we decided to try it out for happy hour.. SO GOOD! the sushi is great, the happy hour prices are great... you can fill up for two people on about $20. the prices for regular dinner menu are a little pricey, but if you like sushi it is worth it. they have a unique menu that i like because it is not the same old same old that everyone else is serving. they have a nice drink menu and the inside is beautiful. they have a nice bar and an upstairs room for i guess what you could call the "high rollers" of sushi. we love making it there for happy hour. the service is great, they are really friendly.. except for who i think is the owner he is kind of intimidating.. anyways. we love it. happy hour :)

Pros: sushi, happy hour, service, unique menu

Cons: pricey if not going to happy hour

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Ok I have to say their sake sampler is pretty good, the fish not so much. The "cook" does not know how to cut their fish one piece actually had a strip of scales still on it which after that point realized the taco bell across the parking lot would be better. If you want sushi Sushi & Maki and Syun is a million times better. Not worth a trip or $4.99 which is the price of a meal at taco bell.

1
★★☆☆☆

Ok I have to say their sake sampler is pretty good, the fish not so much. The "cook" does not know how to cut their fish one piece actually had a strip of scales still on it which after that point realized the taco bell across the parking lot would be better. If you want sushi Sushi & Maki and Syun is a million times better. Not worth a trip or $4.99 which is the price of a meal at taco bell.

Pros: Taco Bell is across the parking lot

Cons: Everything else minus the sake and Taco Bell

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My wife and I went out with another couple for a 5 year anniversary dinner for both of us.
The restaurant, located in the new South waterfront area of the city was a nice looking establishment.
The menu had many choices and the drinks looked good...and tasted good as well. The problem came when the 4 drinks we ordered took about 1/2-3/4 hour before the last of the drinks was served. When asked why our waiter told us there was a MUCH bigger order in front of ours. The only problem with this excuse was that there were no more than 2 other parties in the restaurant...(who were already served). Then they said it was because the fruit needed to defrost...hmmm...ok...I do know my way around drinks and that's about as lame of an excuse as I've heard....
ON TO THE MEAL. It was good...not great, but good.
The same slow response to the meal and the check occured as well. We all thought, "Wow. What would happen on a busy night?"
Now don't get me wrong. We had a great evening. However I would say it was the company of great friends and my beautiful wife that made that happen...not so much Le Hana.
Maybe we'll try again in a year or so...after they polish it up a bit (a lot).

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★★★☆☆

My wife and I went out with another couple for a 5 year anniversary dinner for both of us.
The restaurant, located in the new South waterfront area of the city was a nice looking establishment.
The menu had many choices and the drinks looked good...and tasted good as well. The problem came when the 4 drinks we ordered took about 1/2-3/4 hour before the last of the drinks was served. When asked why our waiter told us there was a MUCH bigger order in front of ours. The only problem with this excuse was that there were no more than 2 other parties in the restaurant...(who were already served). Then they said it was because the fruit needed to defrost...hmmm...ok...I do know my way around drinks and that's about as lame of an excuse as I've heard....
ON TO THE MEAL. It was good...not great, but good.
The same slow response to the meal and the check occured as well. We all thought, "Wow. What would happen on a busy night?"
Now don't get me wrong. We had a great evening. However I would say it was the company of great friends and my beautiful wife that made that happen...not so much Le Hana.
Maybe we'll try again in a year or so...after they polish it up a bit (a lot).

Pros: sushi was good, menu options

Cons: SERVICE,service, service

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We were excited to see a new Japanese restaurant opening up right around the corner from my work. Three of us went to the restaurant for lunch and were disappointed. 100% of all the Japanese restaurants I've ever gone to, which is a lot, never have I been charged for tea. Usually tea and water is free and it wasn't anything special, just a normal green tea. Like I saw in another feedback, we ordered sushi, including the california roll. Was shocked to see fake crab in the roll, especially for the price. I think LeHana is an over priced Japanese restaurant that is nothing special. The three of us said, we'd never go back again. Yes the atmosphere is wonderful, but we're not willing to pay that much above and beyond for green tea and fake crab.

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★★☆☆☆

We were excited to see a new Japanese restaurant opening up right around the corner from my work. Three of us went to the restaurant for lunch and were disappointed. 100% of all the Japanese restaurants I've ever gone to, which is a lot, never have I been charged for tea. Usually tea and water is free and it wasn't anything special, just a normal green tea. Like I saw in another feedback, we ordered sushi, including the california roll. Was shocked to see fake crab in the roll, especially for the price. I think LeHana is an over priced Japanese restaurant that is nothing special. The three of us said, we'd never go back again. Yes the atmosphere is wonderful, but we're not willing to pay that much above and beyond for green tea and fake crab.

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Nickel and Diming for everything including tea, fake crab

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My wife and I dined at the new location near the new high rise buildings on the North end of John's Landing at the end of the OHSU tram. It says exquisite service on the sign right when you you walk in, and that was what we got. The food was delicious. I noticed they had non-specialty rolls at decent prices, $5 for spicy tuna, california rolls and the like, of which 2 could probably fill somebody up; the budget minded could get away with spending $15 -$ 20 plus tip. However, their better dishes like the Hamachi Fusion and Grand Fleur that I got were $15 each, but EXQUISITE.

Back to the service portion. I noticed something good right away with the atmosphere, which then continued with the hostess, the waiter and the complimentary edamame. The server was willing to ask about any substitiution or information we didn't have and was attentive at the right moments. I tried the Sake sampler: the WAKATAKE ONIKOROSHI was a PERFECT compliment to the Hamachi Fusion - a slightly sour but extremely fruity Sake.

What I guessed, and then confirmed by talking to one of the partner owners, was that the tips are shared between hostess, chef, and server - that policy alone pays off as everybody is of one mind about service - exquisite. Don't miss the hawaiian sushi chef either (didn't catch his name) but he's funny - we had to refuse his offer for pizza, however. Don't miss Le Hana.

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★★★★★

My wife and I dined at the new location near the new high rise buildings on the North end of John's Landing at the end of the OHSU tram. It says exquisite service on the sign right when you you walk in, and that was what we got. The food was delicious. I noticed they had non-specialty rolls at decent prices, $5 for spicy tuna, california rolls and the like, of which 2 could probably fill somebody up; the budget minded could get away with spending $15 -$ 20 plus tip. However, their better dishes like the Hamachi Fusion and Grand Fleur that I got were $15 each, but EXQUISITE.

Back to the service portion. I noticed something good right away with the atmosphere, which then continued with the hostess, the waiter and the complimentary edamame. The server was willing to ask about any substitiution or information we didn't have and was attentive at the right moments. I tried the Sake sampler: the WAKATAKE ONIKOROSHI was a PERFECT compliment to the Hamachi Fusion - a slightly sour but extremely fruity Sake.

What I guessed, and then confirmed by talking to one of the partner owners, was that the tips are shared between hostess, chef, and server - that policy alone pays off as everybody is of one mind about service - exquisite. Don't miss the hawaiian sushi chef either (didn't catch his name) but he's funny - we had to refuse his offer for pizza, however. Don't miss Le Hana.

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La Hana continues to be one of my very favorite restaurants. The interior is gorgeous, the staff is exceptional and the food is consistently excellent. Unfortunately, the watermelon soup now contains fake crab, instead of the previous fresh crab. The mound of Krab in the soup was gross, while the cold watermelon soup was fabulous. My partner had the lamb again, and it was just amazing,done perfectly with right on seasoning. My halibut katsu was flaky and delicious, the salad was fresh with a sweet vinagrette and the fried rice divine. So, keep it up La Hana, but bring back the real crab and toss the fake stuff.

2
★★★★☆

La Hana continues to be one of my very favorite restaurants. The interior is gorgeous, the staff is exceptional and the food is consistently excellent. Unfortunately, the watermelon soup now contains fake crab, instead of the previous fresh crab. The mound of Krab in the soup was gross, while the cold watermelon soup was fabulous. My partner had the lamb again, and it was just amazing,done perfectly with right on seasoning. My halibut katsu was flaky and delicious, the salad was fresh with a sweet vinagrette and the fried rice divine. So, keep it up La Hana, but bring back the real crab and toss the fake stuff.

Pros: Consistently great food, classy interior, professional staff

Cons: Fake crab

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This restaurant is wonderful. I have been there numerous amount of times. Each time I go back with my boyfriend, they greet us as though we are friends they have such friendly environment. I always get the bento, the chicken bento is such a great deal I love it.and he gets the steak. You have to try the teriyaki chicken that comes with the bento it so GOOD. I rarely leave left overs. There was a time we went and the steak was a over cooked. we weren't planning to say anything until the host came by and asked, all we did was mention to her that it was over cooked. but not to worry, she insisted and called the manager. When the manager came she apologized and had it recooked. Even though we had to wait a bit, the hostess and the manager kept making sure everything was good. Since then the manager and host know us by name. I know if anything were to go wrong with this restaurant that host and manager will always take care of us.

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★★★★★

This restaurant is wonderful. I have been there numerous amount of times. Each time I go back with my boyfriend, they greet us as though we are friends they have such friendly environment. I always get the bento, the chicken bento is such a great deal I love it.and he gets the steak. You have to try the teriyaki chicken that comes with the bento it so GOOD. I rarely leave left overs. There was a time we went and the steak was a over cooked. we weren't planning to say anything until the host came by and asked, all we did was mention to her that it was over cooked. but not to worry, she insisted and called the manager. When the manager came she apologized and had it recooked. Even though we had to wait a bit, the hostess and the manager kept making sure everything was good. Since then the manager and host know us by name. I know if anything were to go wrong with this restaurant that host and manager will always take care of us.

Pros: food,service,decor

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I have dined at this bistro many times and have nearly sampled everything on the menu! The food is wonderful. The staff is super and really understands the japanese cusine and culture. The sushi is fresh and wonderfully presented as well as their many fantastic entrees. There are so many choices even the non sushi eater will enjoy this beautifully decorated cafe. My favorite is the La Hana Bento which comes with miso soup, tempura vegatables and shrimp, four servings of cali roll, huge serving of plum chicken, rice, and a lovely mixed green salad. All for $15 what a deal! Don't even think about skipping dessert! I can't wait to try their two new resturants I'm sure it will be great! Joanne, the manager, is the nicest person and greets all customers warmly. You will love it!

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★★★★★

I have dined at this bistro many times and have nearly sampled everything on the menu! The food is wonderful. The staff is super and really understands the japanese cusine and culture. The sushi is fresh and wonderfully presented as well as their many fantastic entrees. There are so many choices even the non sushi eater will enjoy this beautifully decorated cafe. My favorite is the La Hana Bento which comes with miso soup, tempura vegatables and shrimp, four servings of cali roll, huge serving of plum chicken, rice, and a lovely mixed green salad. All for $15 what a deal! Don't even think about skipping dessert! I can't wait to try their two new resturants I'm sure it will be great! Joanne, the manager, is the nicest person and greets all customers warmly. You will love it!

Pros: service, good food, warm staff

Cons: none

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Great decor. Food came out with the best presentation and tasted great. perfect for a romantic night out.

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★★★★☆

Great decor. Food came out with the best presentation and tasted great. perfect for a romantic night out.

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We found our new go-to sushi spot! We went here on a slow Sunday afternoon (we were practically the only ones in the place) and found everything to be top-notch.

I love the sleek decor and the food was fantastic. We had the Le Hana specialty roll (highly recommended!) and several other rolls/nigiri. They have a lot of really interesting specialty rolls on the menu; combinations that I haven't seen anywhere else and can't wait to try.

I had a glass of wine that I thought was a bit pricey at $10, but when it arrived at the table it was practically a half bottle in a huge glass (on second look, the menu does state that they are 10-oz. pours, which are huge by restaurant standards)!

Everything was fresh and delicious and the service was great. We will have to go there when they're a bit busier to see if that holds true, but overall this was a great experience. We'll be back again and again.

2
★★★★★

We found our new go-to sushi spot! We went here on a slow Sunday afternoon (we were practically the only ones in the place) and found everything to be top-notch.

I love the sleek decor and the food was fantastic. We had the Le Hana specialty roll (highly recommended!) and several other rolls/nigiri. They have a lot of really interesting specialty rolls on the menu; combinations that I haven't seen anywhere else and can't wait to try.

I had a glass of wine that I thought was a bit pricey at $10, but when it arrived at the table it was practically a half bottle in a huge glass (on second look, the menu does state that they are 10-oz. pours, which are huge by restaurant standards)!

Everything was fresh and delicious and the service was great. We will have to go there when they're a bit busier to see if that holds true, but overall this was a great experience. We'll be back again and again.

Pros: Creative Rolls, Fresh Fish

Cons: A bit off the beaten path (like another reviewer said, it's behind Taco Bell!)

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This has become our favorite place to go for sushi. My husband and I go there at least once a week now. We used to be Mio regulars (still love that place too... ) but there's something about Le Hana that is just spectacular. Everytime we've been in there, the service has been spectacular, warm, friendly and perfect on timing. We went there for Valentine's Day and ordered the tasting menu... oh my goodness!!! What a menu it was! We started with the Spicy Tuna appetizer, followed by the soup, followed by the assorted sushi plate, followed by a choice of the lamb chops (absolutely the best lamb chops in town) or Halibut. Then there was dessert. The meal was unforgettable. The owners are warm and friendly and as I said before, we've loved this place since it opened. You have to try it.

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★★★★★

This has become our favorite place to go for sushi. My husband and I go there at least once a week now. We used to be Mio regulars (still love that place too... ) but there's something about Le Hana that is just spectacular. Everytime we've been in there, the service has been spectacular, warm, friendly and perfect on timing. We went there for Valentine's Day and ordered the tasting menu... oh my goodness!!! What a menu it was! We started with the Spicy Tuna appetizer, followed by the soup, followed by the assorted sushi plate, followed by a choice of the lamb chops (absolutely the best lamb chops in town) or Halibut. Then there was dessert. The meal was unforgettable. The owners are warm and friendly and as I said before, we've loved this place since it opened. You have to try it.

Pros: Terrific sushi, varied menu - vegetarians welcome, great staff

Cons: hard to find since it's behind Taco Bell and pretty unassuming

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My husband and I just love this restaurant, and it's about time Hillsboro came out with a place like this. We are such foodies that when Le Hana came to town, we were more than ready to embrace its French Fusion Sushi style! The food is excellent- we have been there now 3 times, and usually when it comes to eating out, if I like what I've ordered on the first visit, I stay with that menu item on subsequent visits. But each visiting Le Hana, I have been adventureous and tried a new appetizer (my fave is the watermelon salmon? soup, and my husband enjoys the kobe beef salad) and any of the sushi rolls are to die for- their namesake roll is especially good, as is the Passion Fiore which has cut out slices of ginger in the shape of flowers placed of on top of the sushi. I cannot say enough good things about this place. The service is good, the presentation is amazing down to the plates that the food is served on, as is the decor and ambience. Great place, pretty inexpensive, and we never have to wait to be seated! Way to go, guys. Keep up the great work. We're certainly impressed. :D

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★★★★★

My husband and I just love this restaurant, and it's about time Hillsboro came out with a place like this. We are such foodies that when Le Hana came to town, we were more than ready to embrace its French Fusion Sushi style! The food is excellent- we have been there now 3 times, and usually when it comes to eating out, if I like what I've ordered on the first visit, I stay with that menu item on subsequent visits. But each visiting Le Hana, I have been adventureous and tried a new appetizer (my fave is the watermelon salmon? soup, and my husband enjoys the kobe beef salad) and any of the sushi rolls are to die for- their namesake roll is especially good, as is the Passion Fiore which has cut out slices of ginger in the shape of flowers placed of on top of the sushi. I cannot say enough good things about this place. The service is good, the presentation is amazing down to the plates that the food is served on, as is the decor and ambience. Great place, pretty inexpensive, and we never have to wait to be seated! Way to go, guys. Keep up the great work. We're certainly impressed. :D

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We had a family dinner for five at Le Hana a week ago. The sushi was very fresh-tasting and good. They really try hard with the service and the food presentation here. They have obviously spent a lot of money creating ambience - it sure feels more like a restaurant you would find in the Pearl District, Seatlle, or San Francisco than they typical chain restaurant that we get on the far westside of Portland. Prices seemed reasonable for this kind of restaurant, but it's not a place you'd go for bargain food.

One of my sons ordered a chicken dish. When the waiter brought it out with the rest of the food, she apologized profusely about how the chicken was over-done, and that they would be bringing him another serving that was done correctly. Being a teenager, he scarfed the entire first serving, and then ate the entire second serving. He agreed that the second dinner was better. Afterward, the chef came out and spoke to him. I was really impressed by that.

I brought a bottle of wine from home for this dinner. They charged a $10 corkage fee, which was fine with me. The waiter was a litle flummoxed by how to handle this, but in the end it was fine. Why don't more people bring their own wine to restaurants here? I started doing it after spending some time in Australia, where the practice is pretty common. It's not about being cheap (although it is about value). Come on Porltand diners - back me up on this!!

Bottom line, we'll return to Le Hana soon.

2
★★★★★

We had a family dinner for five at Le Hana a week ago. The sushi was very fresh-tasting and good. They really try hard with the service and the food presentation here. They have obviously spent a lot of money creating ambience - it sure feels more like a restaurant you would find in the Pearl District, Seatlle, or San Francisco than they typical chain restaurant that we get on the far westside of Portland. Prices seemed reasonable for this kind of restaurant, but it's not a place you'd go for bargain food.

One of my sons ordered a chicken dish. When the waiter brought it out with the rest of the food, she apologized profusely about how the chicken was over-done, and that they would be bringing him another serving that was done correctly. Being a teenager, he scarfed the entire first serving, and then ate the entire second serving. He agreed that the second dinner was better. Afterward, the chef came out and spoke to him. I was really impressed by that.

I brought a bottle of wine from home for this dinner. They charged a $10 corkage fee, which was fine with me. The waiter was a litle flummoxed by how to handle this, but in the end it was fine. Why don't more people bring their own wine to restaurants here? I started doing it after spending some time in Australia, where the practice is pretty common. It's not about being cheap (although it is about value). Come on Porltand diners - back me up on this!!

Bottom line, we'll return to Le Hana soon.

Pros: great sushi, great ambience particularly for the location, they care about the food

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This restaurant is something that cannot be found in HIllsboro. There is a type of elegance with the atmoshere and presentation of the food. The waitress was friendly, very entertaining she tried to make my night very special. I had the Lamb, so much flavor cooked just right. The appetizers was very reasonable and tasty. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone I know.

2
★★★★★

This restaurant is something that cannot be found in HIllsboro. There is a type of elegance with the atmoshere and presentation of the food. The waitress was friendly, very entertaining she tried to make my night very special. I had the Lamb, so much flavor cooked just right. The appetizers was very reasonable and tasty. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone I know.

Pros: Service, service, service, food, food, food.

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I have been to this restaurant 4 times already and everytime I dine there I receive fantastic service and food quality. I highly recommend this restaurant. The food presentation is amazing, and very reasonable in pricing. The atmosphere is unique especially in the hillsboro area. I always bring more and more people there everyone is happy.

2
★★★★★

I have been to this restaurant 4 times already and everytime I dine there I receive fantastic service and food quality. I highly recommend this restaurant. The food presentation is amazing, and very reasonable in pricing. The atmosphere is unique especially in the hillsboro area. I always bring more and more people there everyone is happy.

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My husband and I truly enjoyed our experience here. We ordered the sushi combination & sea bass and were truly fabulous! The fish was very fresh and uniquely prepared. The sushi rice was a little hard but still wonderful. Service and ambiance was great. Total guest check was $20 per person including sake cocktails. It was well worth to drive down to Hillsboro. I'm glad Oregon has such a classy sushi restaurant. Highly recommend!!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I truly enjoyed our experience here. We ordered the sushi combination & sea bass and were truly fabulous! The fish was very fresh and uniquely prepared. The sushi rice was a little hard but still wonderful. Service and ambiance was great. Total guest check was $20 per person including sake cocktails. It was well worth to drive down to Hillsboro. I'm glad Oregon has such a classy sushi restaurant. Highly recommend!!

Pros: Food, Service, Atmosphere

Cons: none

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We had meeting in this restaurant. They offered not only sushi but also steak & seafood entree as well.
Food was great & creative. Especially specialty rolls and lamb chop was delicious. It will be our favorite restaurant.

2
★★★★★

We had meeting in this restaurant. They offered not only sushi but also steak & seafood entree as well.
Food was great & creative. Especially specialty rolls and lamb chop was delicious. It will be our favorite restaurant.

Pros: Food, Atmosphere

Cons: Location

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I took my girlfriend to Le Hana last Saturday for her birthday. Let me start with the two most important areas: Food and Service. The food was great with very unique tastes. We ordered a number of dishes, which kept coming one after the other in great order and timing, and I have to say that each one of them was magnificent. They had so many interesting appetizers such as See Sails and Monk fish river pate, so I had to order several of them. In addition, service was impeccable! Our waitress kept around the table in a very discreet manner to see when we would finish the dishes on the table so that she can place the order for the next ones! As I said before, we ordered a number of dishes, which at some point towards the end, we started feeling full. As soon as the waitress noticed that we slowed down, she asked if everything was okay; once we told her that we were getting full, but we still wanted to try the sushi at the end, she said that she wouldn't placed the order in for the last of the dishes we had ordered and asked us if we wanted to move straight to the sushi. Let me tell you, I have been to some of the best restaurants in a number of cities, and nothing like this has ever happened before. It was truly as if we had our own personal waitress and cook for that matter. The ambience and atmosphere is very nice and unique. Very hip, stylish, hot! Deserts were amazing, and they did not forget the little candle and wish for my girlfriend. The Drinks were out of this world! Overall, a great dining experience!!! It's worth a visit.

2
★★★★★

I took my girlfriend to Le Hana last Saturday for her birthday. Let me start with the two most important areas: Food and Service. The food was great with very unique tastes. We ordered a number of dishes, which kept coming one after the other in great order and timing, and I have to say that each one of them was magnificent. They had so many interesting appetizers such as See Sails and Monk fish river pate, so I had to order several of them. In addition, service was impeccable! Our waitress kept around the table in a very discreet manner to see when we would finish the dishes on the table so that she can place the order for the next ones! As I said before, we ordered a number of dishes, which at some point towards the end, we started feeling full. As soon as the waitress noticed that we slowed down, she asked if everything was okay; once we told her that we were getting full, but we still wanted to try the sushi at the end, she said that she wouldn't placed the order in for the last of the dishes we had ordered and asked us if we wanted to move straight to the sushi. Let me tell you, I have been to some of the best restaurants in a number of cities, and nothing like this has ever happened before. It was truly as if we had our own personal waitress and cook for that matter. The ambience and atmosphere is very nice and unique. Very hip, stylish, hot! Deserts were amazing, and they did not forget the little candle and wish for my girlfriend. The Drinks were out of this world! Overall, a great dining experience!!! It's worth a visit.

Pros: Style, Food

Cons: crowded

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Great customer service and the food was awesome, you can get appetizers and sushi or an entree, everything has been fresh & flavorful. I am going to take my whole family! Prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is chill. Its good for a date or to take the kids too. Nice to have in Hillsboro.

2
★★★★★

Great customer service and the food was awesome, you can get appetizers and sushi or an entree, everything has been fresh & flavorful. I am going to take my whole family! Prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is chill. Its good for a date or to take the kids too. Nice to have in Hillsboro.

Pros: Great food

Cons: Worth a little drive if downtown

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I am glad to have such a nice restaurant in Hillsboro. It is very elegant Japanese restaurant. Food is excellent, and atmospher makes it a MUST-GO restaurant specially on special occasion in town. It has a good list of sake cocktails. I will try here lunch time...

2
★★★★★

I am glad to have such a nice restaurant in Hillsboro. It is very elegant Japanese restaurant. Food is excellent, and atmospher makes it a MUST-GO restaurant specially on special occasion in town. It has a good list of sake cocktails. I will try here lunch time...

 

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