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 dinner five nights per week, featuring a menu that continually evolves with the seasons. Open daily for breakfast and lunch, Coquine offers a casual counter service coffee and breakfast menu and full-service lunch and weekend menus. 

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.  

Get updates from Coquine. Sign up below.






6839 SE Belmont Street
Portland, OR 97215

Cafe Hours

Breakfast 8am to 11am

Lunch 11am to 2:30pm


Wed-Sun 5pm to 10pm

Dinner Reservations

Coquine is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday, from 5PM to 10PM. Reservations can be made through the OpenTable link below. 

  • Breakfast and lunch reservations are not available.
  • We are not able to accommodate parties larger than six. 
  • We are pleased to accept reservations for parties of all sizes up to six diners. 
  • Reservations are required for parties of five or six, and can only be secured by calling 503-384-2483.
    • In order to best accommodate parties of 5 or 6, we are pleased to offer one of two set-menu dining options; four courses for $60/person or seven courses for $95/person.  
  • Outdoor and bar seating is offered on a first come, first served basis, entire party must be present before being seated.

Walk In Policy

  • Walk-ins are welcome! We hold back bar seats for walk-in diners aged 21 or older, these seats are offered on a first come, first served basis. Entire party must be present to be seated. 
  • Please keep in mind that we often receive late cancellations that could free up a last minute table. 
  • Each day, beginning at 4pm, we're happy to wait-list diners seeking any available tables or bar seats open for the same evening.
  • Please call 503-384-2483 to be entered on the wait list. We'll text you when a spot opens up.
  • During patio season, we also hold back some additional table space for diners of all ages. 
  • Patio seating is currently not available during dinner service. 

Make a Reservation

Powered By OpenTable

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 and be moved to the waitlist for the next available space.  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

  • Wednesday, November 22nd
    • OPEN for breakfast and lunch 8am to 2:30pm
    • CLOSED for dinner service
  • Thursday, November 23rd - THANKSGIVING DAY
    • CLOSED all day
  • Friday, November 24th
    • CLOSED for breakfast and lunch
    • OPEN for dinner service 5pm to 10pm



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. 

For orders larger than 4 dozen please email or call 503-384-2483.



Order Coquine Cookies to be Shipped
from 26.00

Note all orders received by midnight Sunday for shipping will be sent on Tuesday and received by Thursday.

By the dozen:
Add To Cart
Pre-order Coquine Cookies for Pick Up
from 26.00

Pick up at Coquine is between 8:30am and 2:30pm. Please allow 48 hours for orders to be complete. 

By the dozen:
Add To Cart

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 are also available at the restaurant between 8am and 2:30pm.   

Coquine Gift Certificates
from 15.00
Add To Cart


Press inquiries, please email

2017 JAMES BEARD AWARD NOMINEE: Best Chef: Northwest

Bon Appétit: America's Best New Restaurants

What makes a great neighborhood restaurant? Well, there has to be not-too-complicated, always satisfying food—the kind you can eat three nights a week and never get tired of. This is precisely the type of cooking that comes naturally to Coquine chef Katy Millard, who serves a juicy roast chicken family-style and prepares rustic craveable pastas, like curlicues called girella, coated with milk-braised pork ragù and topped with bits of crunchy fried sunchoke. The food also must be served in a comfortable room, like this corner space, decorated in the subtle earth tones and woven tapestries that tend to show up in the homes of people who’ve lived in Portland a long time. In a truly ideal scenario, the homey food and room are rounded out by a surprisingly ambitious wine list, and here that is most certainly the case, thanks to Millard’s husband, Ksandek Podbielski, who oversees the fun, funky, but still super-friendly selection.

Esquire: The Best New Restaurants in America 2017

We listened to the hum of night falling and marveled at our good fortune as chef Katy Millard, a veteran of Maison Troisgros in France and Coi in San Francisco, composed plainspoken poems with greens and fava beans and squid. The meal crested with a roast chicken, its skin crispy and glazed. If things got quieter at that point, it’s only because we were speechless.

Oregonian: 2016 Restaurant of the Year

Before they opened, chef Katy Millard and Ksandek Podbielski knew exactly what they wanted from Coquine.

The restaurant would be a reflection of themselves, a place to deposit all their passions and quirks, a second home for friends and an outlet for the farms where they held their first pop-ups. It would be formal enough for special occasion meals, yet not so fussy you couldn't drop by for a glass of wine and a bowl of pasta.

Wine Enthusiast: America's 100 Best Wine Restaurants of 2016

This bite-sized spot, from wife-and-husband team Katy Millard and Ksandek Podbielski, opened last summer to instant success. They focus on hyperseasonal ingredients paired with a constantly evolving list of wines from small producers, 30 percent of which are made in Oregon.

Food & Wine: Go Here Now: 8 New Restaurants our Editors Love

A small, French-style restaurant with sensational bostock: a little-known, much-deserving pastry made from day-old brioche and almond frangipane.

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.

Wine Spectator: Wine Spectator Awards 2017 Award of Excellence

Portland Monthly’s Rising Star Restaurant of the Year 2015: 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.

Oregon Wine A-List Restaurant Awards


2015 - 2016