Amadeus- His works are Classical...and continue to delight appreciative audiences everywhere. We relish his contributions to the art of music. Food ... More
Amadeus- His works are Classical...and continue to delight appreciative audiences everywhere. We relish his contributions to the art of music. Food has also been elevated to a classical stature...timelessly classical compositions of ingredients that entice the palette, much like music does to the ear...a symphony of expertly prepared courses. Welcome to Amadeus Manor, the restaurant that caters to classical cuisine. Here you will find some new classics, and some fresh interpretations of old favorites as well. The current owner, Kristina Poppemeier, an Austrian native and owner of Lake Oswego's prestigious Amadeus Restaurant, acquired the Fernwood Inn during the spring of 1994. With the beautiful river view and romantic setting, Ms. Poppmeier believed it would be the perfect setting for "Amadeus Manor."
I had a gift certificate and a coupon for a (supposedly) very lovely restaurant! Finally my husband and I could actually have that romantic date we really needed! I’m no stranger to fine dining but we’re on a tight budget now since the kids.
A perilous parking lot, lip stick on my glass, dust and cobwebs, there was a serious lack of attention just from the beginning. If we’re paying for “ambiance” perhaps some of the money should go to clean and maintain it??
Their coupon covers one entrée listed on the menu: Goulash – I didn’t come to a fine restaurant for a romantic dinner to eat… Goulash, please! It’s not a 2-fer coupon - its a “money off” coupon – quite misleading.
I ordered “Spinach Mushroom Soup”, a warm cream which tasted like cream-of-mushroom soup blended with spinach. My Entrée: “Seafood Medley” came with 4 shrimp, fish and 2 thin strips of parchment dough. For $27 it should have had some more real seafood, with a parchment bag (not bits).
They only offered us bitter wine and one beer– uh? Austria! It’s beer country, we’re in Portland a beer city. Really?
Also misleading was the generic question: “Would you like soup or salad?” In most restaurants it COMES with the entrée. Not here, the real question is if you “would you like soup or salad, in addition?” – Mine was not a $6 soup and my Husband’s was FAR from a $7 salad.
The sorbet looked lovely with flowers around the dish. The waitress said that her daughter picked them from their garden. But it’s October and these flowers aren’t in season. I’m left wondering…? After inspecting it, it looked re-used. Then I’m left wondering about bacteria, bugs, pesticides and if it should be anywhere near my food??
Then we discover they won’t honor our gift certificate! The manager said it’s a coupon and of course you can’t use two at once. Gift certificates are the same as cash – not a coupon, right?
On the other hand, my dinner company was very funny to be with (I took him home).
Great Portland area location, just minutes from Portland Intl Airport and 8 miles from downtown Portland. Catering to business and
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Enjoy a memorable meal in elegant, castle like surroundings at this Austrian restaurant that boasts of incredible river views and
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