Dragonfish Asian Cafe

★★★☆☆
  • 909 SW Park Ave

    Portland, OR 97205

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  • 503-243-5991

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We went for happy hour over the weekend and it was really good. Liked everything they made. However, the happy hour drinks were not really that great. Great size but not great flavor. Had the guava martini and something else that's the server said was close to a long island iced tea. Well not really. If you don't like melon flavored stuff, don't get it. ;( Yick~

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★★★☆☆

We went for happy hour over the weekend and it was really good. Liked everything they made. However, the happy hour drinks were not really that great. Great size but not great flavor. Had the guava martini and something else that's the server said was close to a long island iced tea. Well not really. If you don't like melon flavored stuff, don't get it. ;( Yick~

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I was visiting Portland for the first time and saw Dragonfish while walking around, looking for a local restaurant. It was the middle of the afternoon and the place was almost completely empty. Its hard to describe in text, but when I was greeted, the hostess asked "Can I help you?" it had a hint of "Why are you in here?"
After I finished my food, which took 20-30 minutes, the waiter asked me, "Can I get you anything else, or are you going to get out of here?" I enjoyed the food, but did not feel very welcomed.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was visiting Portland for the first time and saw Dragonfish while walking around, looking for a local restaurant. It was the middle of the afternoon and the place was almost completely empty. Its hard to describe in text, but when I was greeted, the hostess asked "Can I help you?" it had a hint of "Why are you in here?"
After I finished my food, which took 20-30 minutes, the waiter asked me, "Can I get you anything else, or are you going to get out of here?" I enjoyed the food, but did not feel very welcomed.

Pros: Good food, not a terrible wait

Cons: Very poor service, not polite

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I have been going to Dragonfish for a long time and have loved everything on their menu. My in-laws were in from out of town and wanted to go there as I had pumped the place up to be the best sushi, and man, what an embarrassment! The tables were dirty, there were "Nats" ( as the waiter described them) when I tried to politely walk over to say something after we were all waving them away from our food. Basically, they did not care as a few of them laughed after I said ya, I need a new dish to put my soy sauce in because there are dead nats in it...gross...The boxes that the lunches come in were even dirty..and the food even tasted funky..just a bad experience, and we WONT go back! Total waste of money......

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been going to Dragonfish for a long time and have loved everything on their menu. My in-laws were in from out of town and wanted to go there as I had pumped the place up to be the best sushi, and man, what an embarrassment! The tables were dirty, there were "Nats" ( as the waiter described them) when I tried to politely walk over to say something after we were all waving them away from our food. Basically, they did not care as a few of them laughed after I said ya, I need a new dish to put my soy sauce in because there are dead nats in it...gross...The boxes that the lunches come in were even dirty..and the food even tasted funky..just a bad experience, and we WONT go back! Total waste of money......

Pros: Downtown location

Cons: most everything else

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My lovely girlfriend and I were on a mission to enjoy some Sushi while visiting Portland. It was 2pm on a Sunday afternoon, and many places were not open until 430 or 5pm. Thankfully we were directed to Dragon Fish. When we walked in, we found that besides the staff, we were the only ones in the place! The bar was inviting and the staff friendly and awaiting our requests. After a ice cold glass of Sapparro on tap, we ordered a basic California roll, and a crab, sprouts, lime, honey, & avocado roll. The ingrediants were fresh and it tasted fantastic! Then we moved on to a spicy tuna roll, again excellent! We discovered that the place was empty because people were awaiting a 4pm Sushi "happy hour". Despite paying a little more for our choices, it did'nt matter, because when you must have Sushi, what's a few more dollars?? The entire staff at Dragon Fish was friendly and attentive to our needs. Thank you Dragon Fish for being open when many, many Sushi bars were not!!

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★★★★☆

My lovely girlfriend and I were on a mission to enjoy some Sushi while visiting Portland. It was 2pm on a Sunday afternoon, and many places were not open until 430 or 5pm. Thankfully we were directed to Dragon Fish. When we walked in, we found that besides the staff, we were the only ones in the place! The bar was inviting and the staff friendly and awaiting our requests. After a ice cold glass of Sapparro on tap, we ordered a basic California roll, and a crab, sprouts, lime, honey, & avocado roll. The ingrediants were fresh and it tasted fantastic! Then we moved on to a spicy tuna roll, again excellent! We discovered that the place was empty because people were awaiting a 4pm Sushi "happy hour". Despite paying a little more for our choices, it did'nt matter, because when you must have Sushi, what's a few more dollars?? The entire staff at Dragon Fish was friendly and attentive to our needs. Thank you Dragon Fish for being open when many, many Sushi bars were not!!

Pros: Open when others are not. Fresh and friendly

Cons: N/A

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Our waiter was hardly there, but when he was he was nice. Our food came out before we had halfway finished our appetizers and literally 5 minutes after we ordered which we were not thrilled about. Obviously not cooked to order. From what I had heard it was a really nice place to go to dinner but after being there it felt more like a chain restaurant. Maybe best to just try this place up if you are staying in the hotel or for sushi happy hour only.

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★★★☆☆

Our waiter was hardly there, but when he was he was nice. Our food came out before we had halfway finished our appetizers and literally 5 minutes after we ordered which we were not thrilled about. Obviously not cooked to order. From what I had heard it was a really nice place to go to dinner but after being there it felt more like a chain restaurant. Maybe best to just try this place up if you are staying in the hotel or for sushi happy hour only.

Pros: Good Location

Cons: Felt like non-frsh chain food

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We absolutely loved all of the food and drinks that we ordered. They had a wonderful specialty drink menu and their sushi rolls were incredible. We tried a variety of new sushi rolls, and they were all fabulous. We heard that their happy hour is fantastic, but we were not able to take advantage of that opportunity. The only problem was the service was incredibly slow. It took forever to get our food and to get our drinks refilled.

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★★★☆☆

We absolutely loved all of the food and drinks that we ordered. They had a wonderful specialty drink menu and their sushi rolls were incredible. We tried a variety of new sushi rolls, and they were all fabulous. We heard that their happy hour is fantastic, but we were not able to take advantage of that opportunity. The only problem was the service was incredibly slow. It took forever to get our food and to get our drinks refilled.

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This is a great place to go for happy hour. It may be a little tough to get a seat, but it is well worth it. The sushi is great and the drinks are good, too.

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★★★★★

This is a great place to go for happy hour. It may be a little tough to get a seat, but it is well worth it. The sushi is great and the drinks are good, too.

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I went there two weeks ago and had Dim-Sum with my friend. First of all, it's a lot of food!! We picked three small dishes and there was rice, miso soup and edamame that came with it. She had a Mango Lemonade and I had a Thai Iced Tea. Everything was great-the place was packed, although we didn't have to wait long for a table. The service was friendly and knowledgeable-and it felt all cozy and neighborhoody like Dim Sums are supposed to feel. The *only* thing that was just 'ok' is that there were different people coming around to take our order, bring water, bring out food and I didn't really know who my server was or who I was tipping-I always give 20% in those cases because usually they all have to split it.Otherwise, ACES!

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★★★★☆

I went there two weeks ago and had Dim-Sum with my friend. First of all, it's a lot of food!! We picked three small dishes and there was rice, miso soup and edamame that came with it. She had a Mango Lemonade and I had a Thai Iced Tea. Everything was great-the place was packed, although we didn't have to wait long for a table. The service was friendly and knowledgeable-and it felt all cozy and neighborhoody like Dim Sums are supposed to feel. The *only* thing that was just 'ok' is that there were different people coming around to take our order, bring water, bring out food and I didn't really know who my server was or who I was tipping-I always give 20% in those cases because usually they all have to split it.Otherwise, ACES!

Pros: crazy fun drinks

Cons: crunchy crab roll delicious but not 'crunchy'

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After hearing much 'to do' about this establishment, a friend and I decided to go for their infamous "shushi hour" after a concert at The Schnitz. We figured with its ideal location and the amount of accolades we had heard about the cafe, it was most definitely worth a try. Boy were we wrong. Besides the poor to partly cloudy service the food was no steal at all; the portions were miniscule at best meaning you are paying above average for their happy hour specials for food that turned out being about as bad as the service. The sushi roll was a whopping 4 pieces (yes, I am being facetious) and fell apart at a mere glimpse at the soy sauce and wasabi dipping concoction. The edamame came in a bowl fit for a 6 month old (though it did taste good, but who can mess up edamame?), and the glass of sake was served to me in a dessert wine glass. Thanks for the small sip of spirits to parch my dried lips...no really, I appreciate it. Then came the dessert; the sought after, the coveted, dessert. We ordered the smooth sounding banana cream pie, which the texture reminded me of an apple that was about 2 weeks over due. Yep, it was mealy. Humph, and I thought cream pie was supposed to be, say, creamy? Needless to say, I will not be returning to this cafe as this was among the worst culinary experiences I have had in Portland, especially when we have and are known for our great local restaurants.

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★☆☆☆☆

After hearing much 'to do' about this establishment, a friend and I decided to go for their infamous "shushi hour" after a concert at The Schnitz. We figured with its ideal location and the amount of accolades we had heard about the cafe, it was most definitely worth a try. Boy were we wrong. Besides the poor to partly cloudy service the food was no steal at all; the portions were miniscule at best meaning you are paying above average for their happy hour specials for food that turned out being about as bad as the service. The sushi roll was a whopping 4 pieces (yes, I am being facetious) and fell apart at a mere glimpse at the soy sauce and wasabi dipping concoction. The edamame came in a bowl fit for a 6 month old (though it did taste good, but who can mess up edamame?), and the glass of sake was served to me in a dessert wine glass. Thanks for the small sip of spirits to parch my dried lips...no really, I appreciate it. Then came the dessert; the sought after, the coveted, dessert. We ordered the smooth sounding banana cream pie, which the texture reminded me of an apple that was about 2 weeks over due. Yep, it was mealy. Humph, and I thought cream pie was supposed to be, say, creamy? Needless to say, I will not be returning to this cafe as this was among the worst culinary experiences I have had in Portland, especially when we have and are known for our great local restaurants.

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Ugh, service was terrible to start. Took over 5 minutes to be greeted and then 10 more for our order to be taken. Our appetizer arrived and 1 minute later so did my husband's food. My entree came about 3 minutes later. The entree (which is supposed to be served "family style") was given to me in it's serving bowl without a separate plate or serving set. I ended up using the soup spoon from the appetizer dish to eat my dinner. We didn't get a check back until we were almost finished and dishes were not cleared from our table. The food also tasted bad - little flavor and no spice. Very bland. Coconut chicken curry tasted like coconut milk soup and lettuce cup appetizer paled in comparison to PF Changs.
If you want really great sushi and cocktails go to Sinju in the Pearl.

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★☆☆☆☆

Ugh, service was terrible to start. Took over 5 minutes to be greeted and then 10 more for our order to be taken. Our appetizer arrived and 1 minute later so did my husband's food. My entree came about 3 minutes later. The entree (which is supposed to be served "family style") was given to me in it's serving bowl without a separate plate or serving set. I ended up using the soup spoon from the appetizer dish to eat my dinner. We didn't get a check back until we were almost finished and dishes were not cleared from our table. The food also tasted bad - little flavor and no spice. Very bland. Coconut chicken curry tasted like coconut milk soup and lettuce cup appetizer paled in comparison to PF Changs.
If you want really great sushi and cocktails go to Sinju in the Pearl.

Pros: Great Location, Potential hot spot after concerts and shows

Cons: Staff/service non existant

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What a total disappointment! I arrived a few minutes earlier than my friends. I had been there before with a friend for her b-day and she had ordered this delicious Macadamia crusted salmon. It was wonderful, I couldn't stop thinking about it and wanted it for my b-day. So we both knew what we were ordering. She had had it 3 times since the first time and never had a problem. The service was excellent then. That was two years ago.
This time, everything was a total disappointment. My friends arrived but for 15 minutes, nobody bothered to come around and take our order. I stopped one of the servers and asked about our server. She said she would let them know. Took her 5 minutes and when she told the bartender/server, he looked confused. I believe we would have sat there for hours before anyone noticed. He finally came and ordered our drinks....No "how are you" , just very mechanical and Mc Donalds like. Finally got drinks and ordered food. Aps were good. My friend and I received our salmon in good time, but then 5 minutes later my boyfriend received his sushi, then 2 minutes later, my other friend received his meal and my boyfriend received his soup. My other friend didn't receive her meal till 25 minutes later! No manager came up and apologized. Our server never checked how the rest of our meals were, never asked if we wanted more drinks. About 6 different people brought out our food. He brought the bill w/o asking if we wanted anything else. I had told the "hostess" it was my birthday. ARGG!

Ok, the salmon was overcooked, it was not crusted but had a small amount of macadamia pieces on it, the potatoes were bland, wimpy amount of sauce, the crisp red onions tasted like they had been stored in the fridge. When told about the onion, lady replied that's the way they are. The sushi was terrible as was the soup, and the dessert (chocolate truffle) was sub par. Had to keep getting up and asking for things. Never going there again!

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★☆☆☆☆

What a total disappointment! I arrived a few minutes earlier than my friends. I had been there before with a friend for her b-day and she had ordered this delicious Macadamia crusted salmon. It was wonderful, I couldn't stop thinking about it and wanted it for my b-day. So we both knew what we were ordering. She had had it 3 times since the first time and never had a problem. The service was excellent then. That was two years ago.
This time, everything was a total disappointment. My friends arrived but for 15 minutes, nobody bothered to come around and take our order. I stopped one of the servers and asked about our server. She said she would let them know. Took her 5 minutes and when she told the bartender/server, he looked confused. I believe we would have sat there for hours before anyone noticed. He finally came and ordered our drinks....No "how are you" , just very mechanical and Mc Donalds like. Finally got drinks and ordered food. Aps were good. My friend and I received our salmon in good time, but then 5 minutes later my boyfriend received his sushi, then 2 minutes later, my other friend received his meal and my boyfriend received his soup. My other friend didn't receive her meal till 25 minutes later! No manager came up and apologized. Our server never checked how the rest of our meals were, never asked if we wanted more drinks. About 6 different people brought out our food. He brought the bill w/o asking if we wanted anything else. I had told the "hostess" it was my birthday. ARGG!

Ok, the salmon was overcooked, it was not crusted but had a small amount of macadamia pieces on it, the potatoes were bland, wimpy amount of sauce, the crisp red onions tasted like they had been stored in the fridge. When told about the onion, lady replied that's the way they are. The sushi was terrible as was the soup, and the dessert (chocolate truffle) was sub par. Had to keep getting up and asking for things. Never going there again!

Pros: The drinks were good

Cons: Everything else

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The sushi is incredibly bad. The drinks were imaginative, I'll give them that, but the food is horrible. I rice was dry and the fish bland. Cheap does not mean good value. If you want cheap, try Saburo's for value and quality. I won't waste my money here again.

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★★☆☆☆

The sushi is incredibly bad. The drinks were imaginative, I'll give them that, but the food is horrible. I rice was dry and the fish bland. Cheap does not mean good value. If you want cheap, try Saburo's for value and quality. I won't waste my money here again.

Cons: Food is not worth even happy hour prices

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This place is good for the lunch bento boxes. They are a pretty good deal and you get to sample a few things, but that's all I have ever come here to get.

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★★★☆☆

This place is good for the lunch bento boxes. They are a pretty good deal and you get to sample a few things, but that's all I have ever come here to get.

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My family and I have been coming to Portland regularly for the last 5 years. We have been to Dragonfish several times and everytime it seems to get worse. The sushi is very mediocre. The fish did not seem fresh and tasted and felt like it had been frozen. The honey walnut shrimp dish was the only decent item we had. Also, the service just keeps going down hill. We clearly specified to the server that we did not want sprouts in the tempura sushi rolls. When they came with sprouts our server was no where to be found. My son and I ate ours but my wife and daughter did not. When the bill was presented by the server we told her about the mistake. She said we should of told her sooner. When I reminded her that she never checked on us after our food was delivered she said sorry our policy is that if you start to eat the incorrect order you are stuck with it. I pointed out that we only ate two of the four orders and my wife was still hungry. She just said sorry and then spilled a glass of water on my wife. She offered a dessert to my wife for the wet pants, purse, and blouse. There was no manager available or willing to speak to us and the hostess would not give us a business card for the manager. We told our conceirge about the incident and was informed that they get alot of complaints about this place. The arrogance and lazziness of the staff was just mind blowing. They act like they are doing you a favor by allowing you to eat at their resteraunt and then ignore the most basic requirements. We will not go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

My family and I have been coming to Portland regularly for the last 5 years. We have been to Dragonfish several times and everytime it seems to get worse. The sushi is very mediocre. The fish did not seem fresh and tasted and felt like it had been frozen. The honey walnut shrimp dish was the only decent item we had. Also, the service just keeps going down hill. We clearly specified to the server that we did not want sprouts in the tempura sushi rolls. When they came with sprouts our server was no where to be found. My son and I ate ours but my wife and daughter did not. When the bill was presented by the server we told her about the mistake. She said we should of told her sooner. When I reminded her that she never checked on us after our food was delivered she said sorry our policy is that if you start to eat the incorrect order you are stuck with it. I pointed out that we only ate two of the four orders and my wife was still hungry. She just said sorry and then spilled a glass of water on my wife. She offered a dessert to my wife for the wet pants, purse, and blouse. There was no manager available or willing to speak to us and the hostess would not give us a business card for the manager. We told our conceirge about the incident and was informed that they get alot of complaints about this place. The arrogance and lazziness of the staff was just mind blowing. They act like they are doing you a favor by allowing you to eat at their resteraunt and then ignore the most basic requirements. We will not go back.

Pros: Honey walnut shrimp

Cons: Poor service with an attitude/mediocre sushi

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Some reviewers here wrote that Dragonfish's sushi isn't great. How untrue. Even after reading of a few bad experiences on Citysearch, I dared to take two out-of-town friends here on a Sunday night. Not at all disappointing - the fish, roe, shrimp, ginger &c was all fresh and good. My party was seated right away, we had a polite and fast-moving waitress and ended up paying just $20 each (before tip) for all the sushi we could stomach and a Tsingtao each. Is twenty bucks a cheap meal? Nope. Mc Donalds on Burnside has $2 chicken McNuggets. But you won't find fresh sushi, a beer and service anywhere else in downtown Portland for much less.

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★★★★☆

Some reviewers here wrote that Dragonfish's sushi isn't great. How untrue. Even after reading of a few bad experiences on Citysearch, I dared to take two out-of-town friends here on a Sunday night. Not at all disappointing - the fish, roe, shrimp, ginger &c was all fresh and good. My party was seated right away, we had a polite and fast-moving waitress and ended up paying just $20 each (before tip) for all the sushi we could stomach and a Tsingtao each. Is twenty bucks a cheap meal? Nope. Mc Donalds on Burnside has $2 chicken McNuggets. But you won't find fresh sushi, a beer and service anywhere else in downtown Portland for much less.

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We went to the Dragonfish Cafe looking for an upscale sushi experience downtown for a friends 22 birthday and had the worst time. We started out in the main restaurant with a reservation for 12 but upon realization that happy hour was only in the lounge across the lobby we moved over there hearing about how fantastic it was. So we sit down and wait for the rest of our party to arrive (which ends up only being 8) and we order our food and our drinks. The sushi was bland and pre-prepared and the drinks were actually not that strong. But the environment was interesting and there really wasn't anything to complain about until the server brings us our check. When we tell the server that we need to separate the check because some people were paying separately he told us that "when dining out it's customary to inform the waiter before hand that the meal will be on separate checks" and because we didn't he couldn't divide it up for us. That struck me as odd and one of our party accused him of playing naive because in our collective experiences the server either asks a party when their orders are taken if they will be paying separately or he can easily do so after the meal. The server offers to have a manager speak with us but we tell him that that won't be necessary then takes 45 minutes and actually helps other customers instead of separating our checks. And after thirty minutes he takes off his shirt and leaves the lounge and we have to ask another extremely rude server to find him to deal with our check. He comes back and finally starts bringing us separate checks but has added an 18% gratuity to all of them even when the original check had no gratuity and their policy states very simply that mandatory gratuity for parties of six or more PAYING ON ONE CHECK. When this is brought to his attention he tells us they don't allow checks to be separated for parties of 6 or more and when we asked to speak to a manager he told us he was the manager. He lied to us then or before.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went to the Dragonfish Cafe looking for an upscale sushi experience downtown for a friends 22 birthday and had the worst time. We started out in the main restaurant with a reservation for 12 but upon realization that happy hour was only in the lounge across the lobby we moved over there hearing about how fantastic it was. So we sit down and wait for the rest of our party to arrive (which ends up only being 8) and we order our food and our drinks. The sushi was bland and pre-prepared and the drinks were actually not that strong. But the environment was interesting and there really wasn't anything to complain about until the server brings us our check. When we tell the server that we need to separate the check because some people were paying separately he told us that "when dining out it's customary to inform the waiter before hand that the meal will be on separate checks" and because we didn't he couldn't divide it up for us. That struck me as odd and one of our party accused him of playing naive because in our collective experiences the server either asks a party when their orders are taken if they will be paying separately or he can easily do so after the meal. The server offers to have a manager speak with us but we tell him that that won't be necessary then takes 45 minutes and actually helps other customers instead of separating our checks. And after thirty minutes he takes off his shirt and leaves the lounge and we have to ask another extremely rude server to find him to deal with our check. He comes back and finally starts bringing us separate checks but has added an 18% gratuity to all of them even when the original check had no gratuity and their policy states very simply that mandatory gratuity for parties of six or more PAYING ON ONE CHECK. When this is brought to his attention he tells us they don't allow checks to be separated for parties of 6 or more and when we asked to speak to a manager he told us he was the manager. He lied to us then or before.

Pros: Great Ambiance

Cons: Everything Else

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I have gone to Dragonfish a few times and always leave disappointed with the sushi. I have sat in the bar everytime and while I've had good service, the sushi isn't that great. The happy hour prices are great, but you defiantly get what you pay for.

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★★★☆☆

I have gone to Dragonfish a few times and always leave disappointed with the sushi. I have sat in the bar everytime and while I've had good service, the sushi isn't that great. The happy hour prices are great, but you defiantly get what you pay for.

Pros: Good service and nice ambience

Cons: Not very tasty sushi

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I go here for the appettizers, entrees, and the mixed drinks. Try the chicken lettuce cup and the curry chicken. I haven't had anything here that I didn't like, although I swear the Dragonfire Chicken was hotter the first time I had it (a couple years ago). Their desserts are normally excellent. I still remember this lime kiwi dessert they had once upon a time, mmmmm. The portions are huge, and my family always ends up with leftovers, since we can't decide what to share. The prices are moderatly high, which is expected given the area and the restaurant itself. The service is normally friendly and quick.

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★★★★★

I go here for the appettizers, entrees, and the mixed drinks. Try the chicken lettuce cup and the curry chicken. I haven't had anything here that I didn't like, although I swear the Dragonfire Chicken was hotter the first time I had it (a couple years ago). Their desserts are normally excellent. I still remember this lime kiwi dessert they had once upon a time, mmmmm. The portions are huge, and my family always ends up with leftovers, since we can't decide what to share. The prices are moderatly high, which is expected given the area and the restaurant itself. The service is normally friendly and quick.

Pros: food, portions, drinks

Cons: price

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A group of us went out for sushi and one guy didn't care for sushi but was impressed with their other menu items (a bit overprice I thought). The sushi was good and the atmosphere is great.

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★★★★☆

A group of us went out for sushi and one guy didn't care for sushi but was impressed with their other menu items (a bit overprice I thought). The sushi was good and the atmosphere is great.

Pros: friendly service

Cons: cost, parking

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Food was awesome, but somewhat overpriced. As for sushi, selection was limited, not a place to try sushi at its best. Waitstaff was great, very helpful with explanation of menu items.

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★★★★☆

Food was awesome, but somewhat overpriced. As for sushi, selection was limited, not a place to try sushi at its best. Waitstaff was great, very helpful with explanation of menu items.

Pros: food

Cons: parking

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Watch a movie at the theater across the street and stop in for some good asian cuisine. I'm rating this average overall, but this is really a great place to take a small group because there is something for everyone. Sushi, chinese, thai, you name it. I wasn't impressed with the curry. didn't come with rice, so unless you drink it like miso, you're not going to get all of it. Kung pao was average, but lacking on the peanuts and other veggies. Spring rolls hitt the spot, and the sauce was good. Service was average, and we were seated immediately (Sunday night).

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★★★☆☆

Watch a movie at the theater across the street and stop in for some good asian cuisine. I'm rating this average overall, but this is really a great place to take a small group because there is something for everyone. Sushi, chinese, thai, you name it. I wasn't impressed with the curry. didn't come with rice, so unless you drink it like miso, you're not going to get all of it. Kung pao was average, but lacking on the peanuts and other veggies. Spring rolls hitt the spot, and the sauce was good. Service was average, and we were seated immediately (Sunday night).

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The sushi prices rocked, and the rolls and negiri tasted great. Awesome atmosphere, the kind of place you can take a date to or just go down for a few drinks and a good time. The staff was more than friendly and also quite knowledgable of the menu leading me to great dining experience. Go to Dragonfish and you wont be disapointed!

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★★★★★

The sushi prices rocked, and the rolls and negiri tasted great. Awesome atmosphere, the kind of place you can take a date to or just go down for a few drinks and a good time. The staff was more than friendly and also quite knowledgable of the menu leading me to great dining experience. Go to Dragonfish and you wont be disapointed!

Pros: Awsome bar layout, fun bar staff, Strong drinks

Cons: Bar opens late, limited seating when it is busy

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Never again! I went there for happy hour. This cafe is supposed to be pan-asian, but it's anything but. Asian food is supposed to be flavorful, but Dragonfish's version was very lacking in that area. The ribs were tiny, over boiled, and over priced. The chicken thing was almost uneatable. The sushi was also small and overpriced (you can get better for a better deal at just about any other happy hour place that have sushi). Their cuisine is "meant to be shared" but I really don't see how...the portions are way too small. That's saying a lot since I'm not even a big eater!

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★★☆☆☆

Never again! I went there for happy hour. This cafe is supposed to be pan-asian, but it's anything but. Asian food is supposed to be flavorful, but Dragonfish's version was very lacking in that area. The ribs were tiny, over boiled, and over priced. The chicken thing was almost uneatable. The sushi was also small and overpriced (you can get better for a better deal at just about any other happy hour place that have sushi). Their cuisine is "meant to be shared" but I really don't see how...the portions are way too small. That's saying a lot since I'm not even a big eater!

Pros: the logo is cool

Cons: the HAPPY HOUR FOOD! small portions, bland food

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On our first trip to Dragonfish,also our last;we went in the hotel entrance,not knowing about the main entrance,sat down and were ignored for at least a half-hour.
When we spoke up,asking for service,we were upbraided by the young lady who was bussing tables,etc.
The food was way overpriced and was way average.
We will never go back.

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★★☆☆☆

On our first trip to Dragonfish,also our last;we went in the hotel entrance,not knowing about the main entrance,sat down and were ignored for at least a half-hour.
When we spoke up,asking for service,we were upbraided by the young lady who was bussing tables,etc.
The food was way overpriced and was way average.
We will never go back.

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Portland has some amazing sushi, and this place isn't really one of them. BUT! their happy hour IS a deal to be had.

2
★★★★☆

Portland has some amazing sushi, and this place isn't really one of them. BUT! their happy hour IS a deal to be had.

Pros: location

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Family treated me to lunch for my Bday here. Everything started out well, but after ordering, it was a mess.

Our food arrived piece meal, some of us had all three of our dishes before us, while others waited another 10 minutes .... and being polite, those that were served first waited to eat, thereby having cold food when everyone was finally served.

The edamame did not arrive at all and we had to ask for it, as well as the rice that the menu indicated came with ALL lunches. The server argued it was only one some. So we asked which ones, and she couldn't tell us, so she said rather grudgingly that she'd bring "a bowl." Enough for one, not four.

When we asked why things were arriving so "piece meal" (no pun intended), we were told that's just how it comes off the grill.

Other family members have eaten here before and were astounded at the poor service this day. They were very happy with the service in the past.

I will give it another try to see if I can receive better service, or at least a waitress not having a bad day.

3
★★★☆☆

Family treated me to lunch for my Bday here. Everything started out well, but after ordering, it was a mess.

Our food arrived piece meal, some of us had all three of our dishes before us, while others waited another 10 minutes .... and being polite, those that were served first waited to eat, thereby having cold food when everyone was finally served.

The edamame did not arrive at all and we had to ask for it, as well as the rice that the menu indicated came with ALL lunches. The server argued it was only one some. So we asked which ones, and she couldn't tell us, so she said rather grudgingly that she'd bring "a bowl." Enough for one, not four.

When we asked why things were arriving so "piece meal" (no pun intended), we were told that's just how it comes off the grill.

Other family members have eaten here before and were astounded at the poor service this day. They were very happy with the service in the past.

I will give it another try to see if I can receive better service, or at least a waitress not having a bad day.

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We were visiting Portland last weekend and had lunch at the Dragonfish. We found the food very fresh, the value for lunch very good, and the service responsive. We ordered the salmon dishes and were not disappointed.

A side comment. When posting reviews, if one believes there are better restaurants of the same cuisine, they should note it in their reviews. It would give the reader other options and and opportunity to compare.

2
★★★★★

We were visiting Portland last weekend and had lunch at the Dragonfish. We found the food very fresh, the value for lunch very good, and the service responsive. We ordered the salmon dishes and were not disappointed.

A side comment. When posting reviews, if one believes there are better restaurants of the same cuisine, they should note it in their reviews. It would give the reader other options and and opportunity to compare.

Pros: Fresh, Good Service, Very Tasty

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I've been to Dragonfish numerous times, both in Portland and Seattle, and I've found their food and service to be consistently pleasant. Slightly overpriced -- but that's expected considering their location. I recommend the honey walnut shrimp and green curry chicken.

2
★★★★☆

I've been to Dragonfish numerous times, both in Portland and Seattle, and I've found their food and service to be consistently pleasant. Slightly overpriced -- but that's expected considering their location. I recommend the honey walnut shrimp and green curry chicken.

Pros: friendly waiters, fast service, good food

Cons: overpriced

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It took us a while to finally make the time to check out this restaurant that was in all the dining articles. We were extremely looking forward to it, only to be met with bland food and bad service. There are tons of great asian food places just in and around downtown Portland where you can get decent prices with outstanding food quality. Dragonfish is certainly not one of them. As for service, we were herded in and then pretty much ignored for much of the time we were there. The waitress was flat-out rude and we left, feeling insulted and dissatisfied.

0
★☆☆☆☆

It took us a while to finally make the time to check out this restaurant that was in all the dining articles. We were extremely looking forward to it, only to be met with bland food and bad service. There are tons of great asian food places just in and around downtown Portland where you can get decent prices with outstanding food quality. Dragonfish is certainly not one of them. As for service, we were herded in and then pretty much ignored for much of the time we were there. The waitress was flat-out rude and we left, feeling insulted and dissatisfied.

Pros: location

Cons: food, service

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My husband and I have chosen The DragonFish Cafe' as one of our favorites. We have always had excellent, friendly, and quick service. One reason we've liked this restraunt is that the food is made with fresh ingredients, Its brought out when its ready, encouraging you to share your warm meals.

2
★★★★★

My husband and I have chosen The DragonFish Cafe' as one of our favorites. We have always had excellent, friendly, and quick service. One reason we've liked this restraunt is that the food is made with fresh ingredients, Its brought out when its ready, encouraging you to share your warm meals.

Pros: Service, Food, Atmosphere

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Well, I have read the other reviews and it seems like people think they paid too much for the quality of food and service. In my opinion, having eaten at numerous sushi restaurants in dozens of cities, you get exactly what you pay for here. The sushi was good, but not great. It was fresh, and the ahi was exceptional. You can watch them prepare your food if you sit at the bar (which we did), and the sushi chef was fastidious in washing his hands, as well as in keeping the prep area clean. We ordered several dishes and, aside from the bread pudding, we did not have a bad dish. The service was spotty at first, as they were dealing with the remnants of a wedding reception, but picked up appreciably after the reception was over. Overall, for the price we paid in Portland, we were not disappointed.

2
★★★★☆

Well, I have read the other reviews and it seems like people think they paid too much for the quality of food and service. In my opinion, having eaten at numerous sushi restaurants in dozens of cities, you get exactly what you pay for here. The sushi was good, but not great. It was fresh, and the ahi was exceptional. You can watch them prepare your food if you sit at the bar (which we did), and the sushi chef was fastidious in washing his hands, as well as in keeping the prep area clean. We ordered several dishes and, aside from the bread pudding, we did not have a bad dish. The service was spotty at first, as they were dealing with the remnants of a wedding reception, but picked up appreciably after the reception was over. Overall, for the price we paid in Portland, we were not disappointed.

Pros: Ahi tuna (fresh), service, price

Cons: Limited selection

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I've only eaten here for lunch, so I can't comment on dinner, but this a great buy for lunch. Prices are reasonable, very pleasant atmosphere, and food is very tasty. I highly recommend the sweet and sour chicken.

5
★★★★★

I've only eaten here for lunch, so I can't comment on dinner, but this a great buy for lunch. Prices are reasonable, very pleasant atmosphere, and food is very tasty. I highly recommend the sweet and sour chicken.

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This place is the most overrated sushi restaraunt in the world. If you really do enjoy good sushi, this is not the place for you. All sushi tastes the same here. Very bland. Even the wasabi sucks (not hot at all). The service was scant at best. Never going here again.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This place is the most overrated sushi restaraunt in the world. If you really do enjoy good sushi, this is not the place for you. All sushi tastes the same here. Very bland. Even the wasabi sucks (not hot at all). The service was scant at best. Never going here again.

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the happy hour menu is a steal !!! sushi is great to start with and the drinks are worth the dollars. great venue to: tons of downtown'ers and hotel guests. Great to meet folks from out of town. the miso soup is one of the best in town: not too salt and the price is right. can be loud but that's fun for happy hour. windows that are at sidewalk level add for fantastic people watching.

2
★★★★★

the happy hour menu is a steal !!! sushi is great to start with and the drinks are worth the dollars. great venue to: tons of downtown'ers and hotel guests. Great to meet folks from out of town. the miso soup is one of the best in town: not too salt and the price is right. can be loud but that's fun for happy hour. windows that are at sidewalk level add for fantastic people watching.

Pros: Sushi prices, exotic drinks, beer selection

Cons: loud, tight space but fun

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I disagree with the previous reviewer. I found Dragonfish very flavorful, sushi and japanese dishes are top quality and extremely fresh. I have not had the dinner, only lunch (yet). Recommend box lunches, great value, but prepared fresh. Lovely atmosphere and service is also good. I will be back.

2
★★★★★

I disagree with the previous reviewer. I found Dragonfish very flavorful, sushi and japanese dishes are top quality and extremely fresh. I have not had the dinner, only lunch (yet). Recommend box lunches, great value, but prepared fresh. Lovely atmosphere and service is also good. I will be back.

Pros: Asian food, service, clean restaurant

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We arrived at 6pm on New Year's Eve, no reservation & needing to be at our movie by 6:45 - the hostesses were quite gracious, we were seated immediately at the bar & promptly greeted by the engaging waiter. We ordered a couple of appetizers for our meal (spicy ginger chicken was an unbelievably delicious concoction!), which were delivered quickly, and our drinks were quickly refilled when necessary. On any given night I would have been impressed with the service, food, and promptness but particularly so on New Year's Eve. It was the perfect choice for a pre-movie meal.

2
★★★★☆

We arrived at 6pm on New Year's Eve, no reservation & needing to be at our movie by 6:45 - the hostesses were quite gracious, we were seated immediately at the bar & promptly greeted by the engaging waiter. We ordered a couple of appetizers for our meal (spicy ginger chicken was an unbelievably delicious concoction!), which were delivered quickly, and our drinks were quickly refilled when necessary. On any given night I would have been impressed with the service, food, and promptness but particularly so on New Year's Eve. It was the perfect choice for a pre-movie meal.

Pros: Deeelicious, Prompt, Pleasant staff

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Just had to say we got back from Dragonfish and were not pleased at all. The food is very bland with no flavor and just not worth it. The tuna we had tasted stale and old. My boyfriend is a chef and really knows his food and he had nothing good to say about this food. Although I am not as picky, I didn't think it tasted too great. We had the ahi tuna salad which had noodles mixed with greens, which is not a good combination. The Classic poke tasted old and just gross. We are definite foodies and were not impressed at all. The sake was great though and the ambiance was nice. Our waitress was nice and comp'd our poke because it was bad. Too bad the food doesn't match the service.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Just had to say we got back from Dragonfish and were not pleased at all. The food is very bland with no flavor and just not worth it. The tuna we had tasted stale and old. My boyfriend is a chef and really knows his food and he had nothing good to say about this food. Although I am not as picky, I didn't think it tasted too great. We had the ahi tuna salad which had noodles mixed with greens, which is not a good combination. The Classic poke tasted old and just gross. We are definite foodies and were not impressed at all. The sake was great though and the ambiance was nice. Our waitress was nice and comp'd our poke because it was bad. Too bad the food doesn't match the service.

Pros: service, ambiance

Cons: , food, food

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Dinner at Dragonfish was the worst restaurant experience of my life! The drinks took 20 minutes; our appetizers showed up AFTER our entrees; and then they screwed up our bill! AND I have never been treated so poorly by a manager when we tried to complain. Dragonfish needs to work on their service if they ever intend to be an "upscale" restaurant. But I will NEVER recommend Dragonfish to anyone... ever!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Dinner at Dragonfish was the worst restaurant experience of my life! The drinks took 20 minutes; our appetizers showed up AFTER our entrees; and then they screwed up our bill! AND I have never been treated so poorly by a manager when we tried to complain. Dragonfish needs to work on their service if they ever intend to be an "upscale" restaurant. But I will NEVER recommend Dragonfish to anyone... ever!

Cons: , FOOD, MANAGMENT

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Dragonfish is not your average hoytie-toytie downtown eatery... so snobby restaurant goes beware! You will get great food at a great value, and even though the service isn't always 100%, you get what you pay for. That's way it is called Dragonfish Asian CAFE, not bistro or restaurant. So please, next time you visit, take a look around, enjoy the scenery and the beautiful fishtank. The people watching is great! Just please, leave your crass attitudes at home.

2
★★★★★

Dragonfish is not your average hoytie-toytie downtown eatery... so snobby restaurant goes beware! You will get great food at a great value, and even though the service isn't always 100%, you get what you pay for. That's way it is called Dragonfish Asian CAFE, not bistro or restaurant. So please, next time you visit, take a look around, enjoy the scenery and the beautiful fishtank. The people watching is great! Just please, leave your crass attitudes at home.

Pros: Great Late Night Eats, Yummmmmy Drinks, Awesome Location!

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I'm not sure what the deal is, but I didn't get a warm feeling when I entered this restaurant. We came in from the hotel entrance, since we were staying at the Paramount and there were a couple of the staff just sitting around talking and didn't even bother to seat or greet us. We waited for a little bit before anyone noticed us and then got a "Sake Flights" (four different flavored sake's) ordered. The sake was good and took the edge off and the dishes we ordered were decent. My fiance and I didn't feel that the food was worth the price, but it did hit the spot. I personally thought the rice was too sticky, but my fiance loved it. I would recommend it for a place to eat and drink something small, so you aren't spending too much money for items that are not worth it.

1
★★★☆☆

I'm not sure what the deal is, but I didn't get a warm feeling when I entered this restaurant. We came in from the hotel entrance, since we were staying at the Paramount and there were a couple of the staff just sitting around talking and didn't even bother to seat or greet us. We waited for a little bit before anyone noticed us and then got a "Sake Flights" (four different flavored sake's) ordered. The sake was good and took the edge off and the dishes we ordered were decent. My fiance and I didn't feel that the food was worth the price, but it did hit the spot. I personally thought the rice was too sticky, but my fiance loved it. I would recommend it for a place to eat and drink something small, so you aren't spending too much money for items that are not worth it.

Pros: Good drinks, Not overly crowded, Decent food dishes

Cons: , Bad service, Impersonal atmosphere

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I took my Valentine to dinner at Dragonfish, and we had superb food and incredible service. Sometimes, especially on extremely busy nights, the service can seemed rushed and impersonal, but from the moment we walked in the door, until the moment we left, everyone was very polite, gracious and welcoming. It was our first time to try Dragonfish, but it will not be our last!

2
★★★★★

I took my Valentine to dinner at Dragonfish, and we had superb food and incredible service. Sometimes, especially on extremely busy nights, the service can seemed rushed and impersonal, but from the moment we walked in the door, until the moment we left, everyone was very polite, gracious and welcoming. It was our first time to try Dragonfish, but it will not be our last!

Pros: friendly service, excellent food, good value

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The food here is fine. The atmosphere is inviting and warm. I always find myself wanting to go into this restaurant. The problem is that the culture of service here is unfriendly and pretentious. In one visit here, the server discouraged ordering a side of rice since we had already ordered an entree that included noodles. She said something about two starches. Another time we were ignored because we entered from the Hotel instead of the street. We discovered our error, but the host was rude even after we stepped over to the other entrance. Good luck if you try to eat here and mind your P's and Q's.

1
★★☆☆☆

The food here is fine. The atmosphere is inviting and warm. I always find myself wanting to go into this restaurant. The problem is that the culture of service here is unfriendly and pretentious. In one visit here, the server discouraged ordering a side of rice since we had already ordered an entree that included noodles. She said something about two starches. Another time we were ignored because we entered from the Hotel instead of the street. We discovered our error, but the host was rude even after we stepped over to the other entrance. Good luck if you try to eat here and mind your P's and Q's.

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I've paid more for sushi that wasn't this good, so come during happy hour and enjoy yourself. If you want an Asian place that's trendier with better food, head over to Saucebox, but be prepared to pay a lot more (not that there's anything wrong with that). Service here is so-so, depends on the night and the crowd I guess. Oh and their drinks are quite good, but if you like beer, go for the Kirin Lager. It's smooth and dry.

2
★★★★☆

I've paid more for sushi that wasn't this good, so come during happy hour and enjoy yourself. If you want an Asian place that's trendier with better food, head over to Saucebox, but be prepared to pay a lot more (not that there's anything wrong with that). Service here is so-so, depends on the night and the crowd I guess. Oh and their drinks are quite good, but if you like beer, go for the Kirin Lager. It's smooth and dry.

Pros: cheap, good location, somewhat trendy

Cons: average food, spotty service

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East asians, or anybody else who wants to eat authentic and tasty asian food, mark my word - PLEASE DON'T COME HERE!!!! This is a place for people who want to get fooled thinking that they're eating asian food. Dumpling looked like raviolis, and had more flour than anything else... One of the so-called thai dishes we ordered came out looking more like pasta (taste was just so so)... And, the final straw was the sushi that had imitation crap (oops, i meant crab) meat with simply one of the worst sushi rice that I've tasted in my life (it was soggy and tasted stale). Ohh, i forgot, actually, the final straw was that the price didn't match the taste whatsoever. I don't mind paying the big $$$, but please please please, don't dish out crappy stuff and name it 'pan-asian' or whatever you want to call it!

0
★☆☆☆☆

East asians, or anybody else who wants to eat authentic and tasty asian food, mark my word - PLEASE DON'T COME HERE!!!! This is a place for people who want to get fooled thinking that they're eating asian food. Dumpling looked like raviolis, and had more flour than anything else... One of the so-called thai dishes we ordered came out looking more like pasta (taste was just so so)... And, the final straw was the sushi that had imitation crap (oops, i meant crab) meat with simply one of the worst sushi rice that I've tasted in my life (it was soggy and tasted stale). Ohh, i forgot, actually, the final straw was that the price didn't match the taste whatsoever. I don't mind paying the big $$$, but please please please, don't dish out crappy stuff and name it 'pan-asian' or whatever you want to call it!

Pros: nothing!

Cons: everything!

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I had the asparagus & beef dish, and my boyfriend had the bulgogi steak dish. He asked for medium rare & he got it well done. My dish was a major disappointment. The sauce was too strong. Everything was drowning in it. The noodles weren't properly cooked, so I had a hard time chewing. Even my coke was flat. We had a shrimp tempura roll, but it didn't wow me. We might go back to try their dim sum brunch, but we are very disappointed with their dinner. It was not worth $40.

1
★★☆☆☆

I had the asparagus & beef dish, and my boyfriend had the bulgogi steak dish. He asked for medium rare & he got it well done. My dish was a major disappointment. The sauce was too strong. Everything was drowning in it. The noodles weren't properly cooked, so I had a hard time chewing. Even my coke was flat. We had a shrimp tempura roll, but it didn't wow me. We might go back to try their dim sum brunch, but we are very disappointed with their dinner. It was not worth $40.

Pros: Nice decor

Cons: Overpriced

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Went to Dragonfish with a friend based on recommendations by other friends. Was not dissapointed! We made reservations and were seated promptly. Service was efficient and helpful (wasn't sure what kind of Sake to order, and waitress was very helpful with this). Setting is elegant without being stuffy- you could dress to the nines or wear jeans and a t-shirt. Carmael Ginger Chicken and Thai Beef Salad are delicious! Can't wait to return for dim sum brunch on Sat/Sun

2
★★★★★

Went to Dragonfish with a friend based on recommendations by other friends. Was not dissapointed! We made reservations and were seated promptly. Service was efficient and helpful (wasn't sure what kind of Sake to order, and waitress was very helpful with this). Setting is elegant without being stuffy- you could dress to the nines or wear jeans and a t-shirt. Carmael Ginger Chicken and Thai Beef Salad are delicious! Can't wait to return for dim sum brunch on Sat/Sun

Pros: unique flavors, excellent service, nice decor/ambiance

Cons: a bit pricey, portions a bit small

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The fusion cuisine is serviceable (read: not worth the prices) but the dessert & the solid service will bring us back. We didn't have to ask for the basics (refills of drinks, for instance) & didn't have to beg to have dishes taken away & the bill delivered. Amazing how many restaurants can't even get this rudimentary stuff right. Try the banana cream pie w/ chocolate ice cream. WOW!!!

2
★★★★☆

The fusion cuisine is serviceable (read: not worth the prices) but the dessert & the solid service will bring us back. We didn't have to ask for the basics (refills of drinks, for instance) & didn't have to beg to have dishes taken away & the bill delivered. Amazing how many restaurants can't even get this rudimentary stuff right. Try the banana cream pie w/ chocolate ice cream. WOW!!!

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Interesting, pretty but not always successful food.
Good calamari dishes and coconut shrimp, but the duck rolls were heavy on rice, light on duck and the dipping sauce couldn't save them. As for the sushi, I'd have to agree with the reviewer who rated it as being about what you'd expect to find at Safeway.

What really brought us down, however, was the bored unknowledgeable and condescending staff. Was talking to folks at work about our experience there and two colleagues who had also tried Dragonfish agreed. We see no reason to go back.

1
★★☆☆☆

Interesting, pretty but not always successful food.
Good calamari dishes and coconut shrimp, but the duck rolls were heavy on rice, light on duck and the dipping sauce couldn't save them. As for the sushi, I'd have to agree with the reviewer who rated it as being about what you'd expect to find at Safeway.

What really brought us down, however, was the bored unknowledgeable and condescending staff. Was talking to folks at work about our experience there and two colleagues who had also tried Dragonfish agreed. We see no reason to go back.

Pros: Pretty place, Pretty food

Cons: Slow kitchen, Servers, Servers

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My first time eating at dragonfish was a mixed bag. The food was great, but the waitress I had was condescending and rude. Perhaps she had a bad day, but nothing could explain why my credit card was billed for more then I authorized it. I left less than 20% tip on the bill, because our waitress visited our table three times, we sat a half hour between appetizer and entree, and i never did get the water i asked for. When calling the restaurant about the overcharge, I again was condescended to and it was explained to me that the restaurant "holds" onto the bill plus 20% ... "in case" i forgot to tip properly.
Poor service, decent but not great food, good atmosphere.
I'm not going back.

1
★★☆☆☆

My first time eating at dragonfish was a mixed bag. The food was great, but the waitress I had was condescending and rude. Perhaps she had a bad day, but nothing could explain why my credit card was billed for more then I authorized it. I left less than 20% tip on the bill, because our waitress visited our table three times, we sat a half hour between appetizer and entree, and i never did get the water i asked for. When calling the restaurant about the overcharge, I again was condescended to and it was explained to me that the restaurant "holds" onto the bill plus 20% ... "in case" i forgot to tip properly.
Poor service, decent but not great food, good atmosphere.
I'm not going back.

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Only tried lunch, but what deals they have. Order a Bento box - we're not talking the cart variety - for about $8. The caramelized chicken was good too. Their special almond dessert is one of the best sweet treats in the city.

2
★★★★☆

Only tried lunch, but what deals they have. Order a Bento box - we're not talking the cart variety - for about $8. The caramelized chicken was good too. Their special almond dessert is one of the best sweet treats in the city.

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