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Coquine

in SE Portland's beautiful Mt. Tabor Neighborhood

Located at the top of Mt. Tabor, at SE 69th and Belmont, Coquine is a full service, neighborhood restaurant offering a dinner menu that evolves with the seasons. By day, Coquine offers casual counter service, featuring house made pastries, espresso, tea and lunch. 

Chef Katy Millard cooks delicious, thoughtful, and seasonal food. She is committed to sustainable practices and sourcing from local farms. 

The French word Coquine is a lighthearted chide for a mischievous little girl, or means something a bit more flirtatious when said to a grown-up. So fittingly, our cuisine and ambiance emanate charm with an alluring and playful wink.  

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Phone

503-384-2483

Email

info@coquinepdx.com

Location

6839 SE Belmont Street
Portland, OR 97215

Cafe Hours

Daily 8am to 2:30pm

DINNER

Wed-Sun 5pm to 10pm

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Reservations

Coquine is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday, from 5PM to 10PM. Reservations can be made through the Opentable link below. We are not able to offer reservations for breakfast or lunch.

  • We are not able to accommodate parties larger than six. 
  • We are pleased to accept reservations for parties of up to six diners. 
  • Outdoor and bar seating is offered on a first come first served basis. 
  • Each night, beginning at 5pm, we're happy to wait-list diners seeking any available tables or bar seats for the same evening. Please call 503-384-2483 to be entered on the wait list. 

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Dinner Reservation and Cancellation Policy

We are a small restaurant, committed to providing all of our guests with an exceptional experience. In order to ensure the best experience for each of our guests, please note that reservations will be held for up to 15 minutes, complete parties not arriving within 15 minutes of reservation may forfeit table.  We require a credit card to secure reservations for parties of 3 (three) or larger. Cancellations must be received at least 24 hours prior to reservation. Parties failing to show for reservations or to provide 24 hours cancellation may incur a $20 per person cancellation fee. We understand that plans change, and unforeseen circumstances occur; please let us know if your dinner plans with us have changed by calling us at 503-384-2483

Upcoming Events and Important Dates

  • Weather permitting, the patio is now open for breakfast and lunch
  • We will be opening our patio seats for dinner service the week of May 2nd

 

 

Pre-Order Cookies

Want to guarantee your share of cookies? 

Named "2015's Cookie of the Year" by Portland Monthly, The Coquine Cookie is our version of a chocolate chip cookie. It's made with smoked almonds, salted caramel, and really good chocolate. 

  • Pre-order cookies by the dozen for pick up when you want*
  • Call us at 503-384-2483 to place your order
  • *Please allow 48 hours for orders to be complete. Orders larger than 4 dozen may require more time

Gift Certificates

Consider giving a Coquine gift certificate to your food loving friends or family. We're pleased to offer certificates in any amount. 

Gift certificates also available at the restaurant between 8am and 3pm or give us a call at 503-384-2483   

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Press

Press inquiries, please email frances@littlegreenpickle.com

Portland Monthly: Portland Nets 15 James Beard Nominations

Every year, Oregon takes a few steps closer to total Northwest domination, as evidenced by our state’s 18 James Beard Award semi-finalists, announced February 17. Best New Restaurant: Coquine

Ruth’s Words: Notes from the Road

Portland highlights?  Dinner at Coquine – where we had one of the most fragrant and subtle soups I’ve ever experienced. Really. Its haunting flavor drifted through my dreams last night. The main theme was matsutake (they’re everywhere in the Northwest at the moment), with pear – a brilliant combination.  Just the right note of sweet crunch.  But what made this memorable were little pearls of finger lime, adding tiny, tantalizing citric pops with each spoonful of soup. Music in the mouth.

Food Republic: 10 New Places To Eat and Drink Really Well In Portland, Oregon

Given its serene surroundings, coupled with the gentle pricing, Coquine feels like a hidden gem (for now anyway, until word spreads). Millard’s cooking is rooted in French techniques, but it’s also influenced by global cuisine. In her porchetta sandwich, the rich meat and cracklings are balanced by refreshing lemon, mint and basil. The confit duck wings are quickly fried, then bathed in a bracing lemon and Calabrian chili sauce. And don’t forget to save room for the addictive chocolate chip cookies, studded with artisanal chocolate, sea salt and smoked almonds.

Portland monthly's rising star restaurant of the year: Coquine

Katy Millard is petite and doe-eyed, with a smile that zaps you like a ray gun. Don’t be fooled: She’s a kitchen beast. The girl requested artichokes for her grade-school birthdays and survived the fiery trenches of multiple star-spangled kitchens in France before earning “second in command” stripes at California’s famed Coi. Her wine-savvy husband, Ksandek Podbielski, is a host supreme and a logistics dynamo—Batman’s butler Alfred has nothing on him. In mid-July, they planted their first food flag on, of all places, a sleepy residential corner beneath idyllic Mt Tabor Park.

The Thrillist Awards: Portland's Best new Food & Drink of 2015

BEST NEW RESTAURANT
Earlier this year, all signs pointed to pedigree-loaded Italian spot Renata as a sure bet for best new restaurant -- so much so that a certain old-school paper in town named it such after two weeks, raising the hype to a degree that didn’t even allow the kitchen to work out its kinks. Renata’s doing fine, but amid all the hullabaloo, Coquine snuck in out at the base of Tabor and managed to become the city’s new darling not via hype, but by quietly making some of the city’s best food.

The portland Mercury: Put a Beret on it

Coquine Is a French-Infused, Lady-Helmed Gem on Mt. Tabor
We sat, menus in hand, at a shaded sidewalk table at Coquine, gawking at the parade of plates brought straight from the kitchen by chef/owner Katy Millard and her mostly female cooking team. Plates of New York strip steak piled atop olive oil mashed potatoes; multi-colored tomatoes with fromage blanc and a flaky olive oil pasty; and clams with white beans, their open shells holding fennel broth and a summer shower of ice plant.

Food & Wine FWx: 8 of the Best Pop-Ups that Became Full-Time Restaurants

This comfy former supper club in the Mount Tabor neighborhood specializes in rustic, globally-inspired plates. Husband and wife co-owners Ksandek Podbielski and chef Katy Millard take care of everything, from managing the front of house, to the kitchen’s seasonal offerings. Upon first glance, the menu looks fairly straightforward, but is full of subtle surprises. Millard’s carrots, for example, are both raw and roasted, then topped with shaved hard-boiled egg and breadcrumbs for richness and crunch.

Fodor’s Travel Guides: 5 Reasons to Visit Portland, Oregon

In the Mt. Tabor neighborhood, the new Coquine from chef Katy Millard is a narrow, accessible-wine-and-sandwich spot by day. Do yourself a favor and order the porchetta on ciabatta with cabbage, basil, mint, and lemon; sip a crisp white wine; and indulge in the perfect chocolate-chip cookie. In the evenings, the menu features dishes like black cod with fresh coco bianco, sweet pepper sofrito, and pancetta.

OregonLive: Coquine brings wordly technique, local focus to Mount Tabor

A chef trained at Michelin-starred restaurants in France opens an overachieving neighborhood restaurant on Mount Tabor.

Eater PDX : EATER AWARDS: ANNOUNCING PORTLAND'S WINNERS

RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR
In opening Coquine, Katy Millard and Ksandek Podbielski brought a new style of cuisine to Portland: upscale neighborhood casual. Through refined French cooking techniques, creative sourcing, and an expert wine list, Coquine has forced even hardcore urbanites to drive to its cozy Mount Tabor location.

Eater PDX : Vital Breakfast Spots to Know in Portland

It’s no longer a secret, but Coquine, Katy Millard and Ksandek Podbielski’s popular Mt. Tabor neighborhood restaurant (and Eater Portland 2015 Restaurant of the Year), keeps daily cafe hours. The morning menu’s a slim one, but it does offer a pork hash, a cheesy egg sandwich, and a variety of pastries, coffees, teas, and morning cocktails. Plus, you can try one of Millard’s signature chocolate chip cookies.  

Willamette week: Review

A visit to Coquine is like traveling to a vacationers' town in the center of Portland. High up in the tree-canopied, winding streets of Tabor, the little bistro may as well be up in the French countryside near where chef Katy Millard learned to cook from Michelin-starred chefs.