Atmosphere was cute and quirky. Definitely took some effort in the design of the atmosphere. Waitress was sweet and attentive.
Food on the other hand, was good but not the best I've ever had. There was too much salt on everything! This coming from someone raised below the Bible Belt where we put salt on everything. We got the Pesto Chicken Mac and Vampire Burger with Calamari as an appetizer.
I would absolutely try this place again, without a doubt! Maybe the chef or person plating the food could not add additional salt at the end.
I really enjoyed the Bruschetta!! Sooo yummy and flavorful. Our waitress was amazing. Very friendly and knowledgeable and had great recommendations.
This restaurant just happened to be across the street from where we stayed in Astoria. It became one of our favorite places to eat while in town. The food is flavorful, consistent, generous and imaginative. The service is friendly and efficient. We'll be back.
Found ourselves in Astoria on a super rainy weekend after 4 hour drive. Stopped at the T. Paul’s for a lunch and to get away from the rain for a bit. Our clam chowder was delicious, warm and generous portions. But most of all we liked the Brussel sprouts!
Hope to be back for more :-)
We were staying across the street at The Elliott and this place looked nice. We were lucky to get a table in the lounge and had a very nice meal. Michelle is the best drink maker and server! Recommend the Marsala steak medallions and raspberry drink. Lots of other great menu items.
It was half an hour till closing time and the place was packed, the maître D said there were no tables left. We asked for the table out on the sidewalk, and was told it was taken. Paul the owner intervened and said that the folks that had it had disappeared and yes we could be seated outside, and it was a cool evening on a historic downtown street with hardly any foot traffic or noise.. This was an important meal for me because it was my 68th Birthday, and most of the other restaurants in Astoria were already full or closing. After sitting and ordering Paul came out and told us the plant in the picture was for his late Mother who had previously run the supper club. Service was outstanding, cheerfully efficient , and delivered our courses with the proper timing. I had the best steak in years there, the salads were fresh and veggies steamed properly. The dessert and drink menus are colorful and varied, but I was so stuffed I wanted to skip dessert, If you order sides here or salads consider splitting the plate with your friend, the portions are big. The waitress noticed my Birthday card and brought ne a complimentary cheesecake . The prices may look high but we got out of there for less than $90 for dinner and drinks, a bargain nowadays considering the exquisite service and generous portions. Absolutely perfect and worth driving from Portland to dine.
I'm vegan, they didn't have anything specifically vegan on the menu, but our waitress was more than willing to let me build my own burger. They do offer a black bean patty as a substitute so I was able to build off of that. But no cheese or anything else vegan. The meal ended up tasting good. Their onion rings and sweet potato fries were nummy too.