An unassuming facade nestled quaintly across from the Willamette River, Cafe du Berry serves traditional French dishes that our customers know and love. Our signature house dishes are crafted by Head Chef and Owner Mike Andersen alongside his son and Co-owner, Marlon Ozo.
Mike Andersen and wife Lydia, opened Cafe du Berry together in March 1984. Drawing from his 35 year tenure in Portland’s SW Waterfront, Chef Andersen and his family aim to tell a story that reconnects guests with the warmth of home using intriguing menu offerings and abundant portions. Guests can taste everything from traditional brunch, casual lunch and fine dining dinner dishes. Come for the food, stay for the tradition. Love does have a flavor.
Classic dishes and big flavor. At Cafe du Berry, enjoy locally sourced food and wine in a cozy dining space with abundant portions of legacy and dishes beaming with aromatic flavors. Our passion for food comes from combining traditional cooking methods with French technique. In the ceremony of French cooking, locally inspired PNW ingredients has allowed us to establish and continually develop our cooking style, since 1984.
Keeping Portland fed since 1984. Chef Andersen and son Marlon, tap into their culinary experiences to create dishes that are deep, layered, and comforting in their flavors. With an affinity for regional produce, seafood and meats, guests will find a medley of surprising and familiar tastes in the Chef’s cooking with steady and true flavors revealed in each and every visit.
At Cafe du Berry brunch is more than just a meal, it’s an experience. The brunch menu serves up an array of offerings, from their famously indulgent French Toast, a satisfying meal that only feels like a decadent dessert, to the classic Eggs Benedict. Sit back, relax and enjoy bubbly mimosas and freshly baked muffins from the kitchen bakery.
It’s time for your lunch break! Whether it’s a Nicoise salad, Spaghetti with Prawns or the classic homemade Baguette sandwiches, guests can enjoy a variety of midday meal options, including items off the breakfast menu. Make a dish vegetarian, vegan or gluten free with meat-free substitutes prepared by father-son duo Chef Andersen and son Marlon. Open until 3pm and located a moment’s distance from downtown Portland, Cafe du Berry’s lunch is designed to keep guests satisfied until dinnertime, or if you’re ready for dinner we serve it at lunch time, too.
Cafe’s Aren’t Just for Breakfast Anymore.
A Cafe transformed into a sophisticated bistro, offering authentic and homestyle cooking with two serene and beautiful dining rooms options. As long as there has been families, there has been homestyle dinners. Try Chef’s radicchio caesar salad and seasonal mushrooms on toast, to start, and entrees like our Pan Seared Scallops or Braised Oxtail. Dinner is ready when you are.
Cafe du Berry’s locally sourced wines pair nicely with our lunch and dinner plates and are served to suit your palate and complete your meal. Chilled to perfection, our wine list offers a curated selection of glasses and bottles from our cellar. Serving a Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and a Pinot Gris from Southern Oregon, we select winemakers from around the region that believe in delicious flavor profiles and thoughtful stewardship of the land.
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