33 Wharf St, Portland
Hard to get in without a reservation but staff was accommodating and we didn't actually have to wait long for a group of 4. The drinks were fantastic and food amazing. Loved the atmosphere and service. There were 4 of us and we asked for more bread at the end of dinner so we could literally wipe our plates clean it was THAT good. We had the tuna...
We walked in with a reservation and high expectations and left satisfied, but it's not as good as Scales. Arriving for a 5 pm reservation (!) we were shown to a not ideal table in an empty room but ok. (Funny thing: two couples arriving after us were to be seated at a similar table but complained. Both got better spots. Lesson learned). Anyway we ordered a drink and a bottle of wine which was a good price and good taste. A half dozen oysters coupled with a mushroom topped frisée salad were good, but honestly the oysters we had at Scales tasted better in our eyes On to main course: local halibut served on ratatouille was excellent. The famous scallops were tasty but accompanying red potatoes were very undercooked. I asked the waiter about the potatoes and he explained they were on a steam table and would by cooked more later. Oh. And then he moved on. We had the Apple Cristina for dessert and it was delicious. All said, it wasn't really my idea of a $225 meal.
Terrible reservation process, had 7:00 pm I made one month in advance took 45 minutes to get seatedTERRIBLE, never again. Took 40 minutes to get entrees, very disappointed. Food very good but everything else turned me off to this restaurant
Our cocktails before dinner were very good - the Starry Night was a treat! The timing of our food delivery was off - our raw oyster appetizers were delivered then my husband's salad was delivered a few minutes after that before we were finished with the oysters. We were told we would get bread - that didn't come until well into our meal and we had to ask for it. The food quality was very good but we both felt that portions could have been slightly larger and we are not big eaters. We would not go back in the future. We had eaten at Fore Street, the sister restaurant, a few years ago and wanted to go there but were not able to get a reservation. The wait staff were all lovely and everyone seemed to be working very hard. It was our anniversary dinner - it is not a romantic restaurant - better suited to going out with friends.
Restaurant was recommended by local Mainer and boy was this the highlight meal of our trip. My friend even recommended the Scallops in Pernod and they possibly were the best scallops I've ever had. Everything about dining at Street and Co was exceptional from the moment we arrived until we departed. There are many great restaurants in the city of Portland near the waterfront but this one is a must visit if exceptional seafood is your goal.
The food was terrific but the food service was incredibly slow.
Fantastic find in Portland. From appetizer to entree, the meal blew us away. Can't wait to return in the future!
Best food, awesome ambience, and stellar service.
We had a great meal with excellent service. Thank you!
Our food was very good and the service was excellent. It is a little noisy inside but not bad. We recommend this restaurant highly.
We were very happy with this restaurant. We tried the head lettuce salad with scrumptious pomegranate dressing, a salmon pâté that was delicious but a little salty, the baked haddock over a flavorful ratatouille, and the fried sole franchise, piping hot and perfectly cooked. The haddock was lukewarm when it was served, so that was disappointing, but they took it back and warmed it up in a microwave. Definitely recommend it if you like seafood.
During a recent trip to Portland, ME my husband and I had dinner at this restaurant. We sat outside, in the patio. It was very cozy; there were heaters by the tables since the temperatures had dropped considerably after dark. We started our meals with two different varieties of raw oysters, which were nice, fresh and delicious. I had the Scallops in Pernod and Cream. They were served in a skillet, accompanied by potatoes and vegetables. They were very tasty. My husband ordered a lobster, which came with pasta. He liked it a lot. We washed it all down with a light and refreshing Portuguese wine (I believe it was a Columna - Albarino). For dessert my husband ordered vanilla ice cream (it was a tiny portion) and I ordered the blueberry pie (it came with vanilla ice cream on the side). The pie was very disappointing. After dinner, I ordered an Amaretto neat. I, of course, cannot prove it but I believe they served me a generic almond-flavored liqueur and not the real thing. Our server, Ryan, was attentive and pleasant. The restaurant was busy, yet he managed to provide us with excellent service. This restaurant is located in a very picturesque, pedestrian-only, cobblestone street. It reminded me of Europe. Next time we are in Portland, we will go back to this restaurant for dinner.
This restaurant in Old Port is pretty popular and busy during dinner time. We ended up having to wait about 2 hours to get a table for dinner on a weekday without a reservation. They have both indoor and outdoor seating. Our table ordered half a dozen oysters to start. They were good and tasted fresh. We also ordered the lobster linguini and lobster diavolo. The presentation was on point, the dishes looked really good and grand with the lobster with the shell on in the dish making it look extra grand. The linguini was tasty, the noodles were cooked al dente and the sauce was good. The diavolo had a bunch of seafood that was very delicious. The sauce was definitely on the saltier side, I had to constant drink water to be able to finish eating it. Overall not a bad experience, would recommend trying this place out for anyone looking for good pasta with seafood.
Got the very last lobster and it was worth it. My husband had the halibut and said the flavor was excellent! We had an 8:30 reservation and accepted an outside table. It got chilly and the staff happily moved us inside. Highly recommend Street and Co.
Excellent food. Quite noisy. Odd glasses for drinks.
33 Wharf St, Portland, ME 04101