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English muffin, shaved Tails & Trotters ham
AMAZING brunch! And best of all no wait. The restaurant is beautiful and the bar is very cool. If you get a bloody Mary they have a bunch of things at the bar you can get to add to it like candied bacon, pickled vegetables and hot sauces, you can get as many as you want and they are entirely free. The eggs benedict with ham is the best I've ever had and their chicken cherry sausage is very unique and delicious. They make their own English muffins and one order of eggs benedict is more than enough to share. The train stops just a few blocks away so you can easily take the train and walk.
The Eggs Benedict is amazing! The Trails and Trotters ham on it is great and they give you a ton of it! There will certainly be leftovers. Definitely worth the price. And their homemade English muffins are to die for! I seriously recommend just ordering one by itself and savoring all of is deliciousness.
Had breakfast and dinner here! House made English muffins and exceptional tail and trotters local ham! Great steak and service also! Deep wine list though they were out of many local whites! I recommend the traditional eggs Benedict but not the special breakfast soufflé. Frittata with local mushrooms also excellent !
I'm a fan of their brunch. No it's not uber unique like Screen Door or Tasty & Alder perhaps, but the value and quality and their own personal flair make it good. French toast, eggs benedict, crab omelette all excellent. If you can eat BOTH eggs benedict that they give you, then you came very hungry b/c I can only finish one and usually share or take one home.
The atmosphere is also excellent. You also might think that it's in a hotel and it's very spendy, well not true for brunch. It's still a hidden secret IMHO, and I hope it stays that way for a while... I can always get a table vs. other brunch locations having to stand in line and waiting, even Elmer's!!!
Sunday morning of a weekend trip to Portland. We read the yelpites testimonials on this and another place for breakfast. Urban Farmer was less than 2 blocks from our hotel so we headed out for a bite.
The restaurant is located in a great interior space at in a tall atrium above Macy's in the old Mier & Frank building. Breakfast featured a Bloody Mary bar if you have an attraction to that sort of thing. I know we did. There is a varied spread of help yourself garnishes and seasonings for tweaking what you re drinking. Cheers.
UF makes their own fresh English muffins that are big and soft tasty. Perfect for Eggs Benedict. I selected the Dungeness Crab, wild mushroom, can caramelized onion omelet top with hollandaise and coffee.
Our waiter was friendly, helpful, attentive and yet reserved. Only there when you needed him.
Overall it was a great experience.
I have eaten here once and I will never forget it. I ordered he eggs benedict, it was delicious! it was a big party so the seating was a little funky, we had a bench seat that in order to get up four people would have to get up for the middle person to leave. The drinks were also well made and the staff was very friendly and professional. I would love to go again sometime soon.
Great food and great location. The eggs Benedict was great very well done sauce the bread is a little too hard I recommend getting it on a biscuit that they have for the chicken and biscuits more better. The chicken and biscuits were awesome and the gravy was very filling.
**Solid 3.5 for brunch**
I enjoy heading up to Urban Farmer once in a while. I love the lobby of The Nines hotel, and it's nice to admire the atrium while you dine. I haven't made it to dinner here, but they have a solid eggs benedict goin' on. I have a hard time deciding between two of the types of bene's they offer, and they usually let me do 1/2 and 1/2 of the traditional and the avocado. The homemade english muffin is super yummy, and the portions are quite large. One can never go wrong with a mimosa to accompany any brunch-like meal, and they make them right.
The only reason I don't come here more is the price. $13 for a bene with no sides is straight up highway robbery, especially in a town with about a million brunch options. I know you're situated in a hotel and all, but let's get with it on the prices!
I've done brunch here twice. Nice atmosphere (so long as there aren't screaming children hanging out in the lobby), lots of light from the atrium ceiling, relaxing and pleasant feel. The food is amazing and delicious with unique ingredients and lots of flavors. On my second visit, I again had the cheddar bacon biscuit, and it was as delicious as I remember it, but the food took quite a while to arrive and then the temp was a little cool - hence the -1 star. My friend had the eggs benedict which looked amazing.
The Urban Farmer is basically the entire 6th floor of the Nines Hotel. It's equally great for drinks, a full blown dinner or an early morning breakfast. Open layout with a long bar and a long farmers table. Many other seating areas with couches and chairs frame the dining area and blend into the hotel-nicely done. The steel cut oat meal is excellent, I know it is simple but it comes out piping hot and consistent. Eggs benedict is also terrific and filling. Servers are very attentive and fast. This place is a nice change up from your typical restaurant with it being tucked away upstairs at the Nines.
This is just one of my favorite places for breakfast. The oatmeal is made of steel cut oats and served with cream. Dried fruit covering and a breakfast bar included. Very healthy and tasty.
The wait staff here is also the best! All are so social and educated. They can talk about anything and are very attentive servers as well.
My son had eggs Benedict avocado. My god what a beautiful breakfast!
And the coffee, wow. Pastries! Yes! Good, great, greater, best!
You can't really blame them for price since it's located at the Nines. I have yet to see a nice hotel with good food that was inexpensive or at least decently priced. It was priced a little above average for hotel restaurants.
However, I was only at the bar so maybe it was different (highly doubtful).
Ordered food, cappuccino, beer, and mixed drinks.
Appetizers were great! Cappuccino was rushed and was not what I expected, I expect the cappuccino I received from Starbucks. Beer, well you can't really go wrong with beer, oh wait they served it in a warm glass.
I did order room service which came from Urban Farmer, I ordered an eggs benedict. How do you have one egg with the yolk overcooked and the other with egg whites under cooked? The egg whites on one was literally runny. I didn't bother complaining because I didn't have time since I needed to catch a flight. To think I tipped them 35%. This whole pretipping before service and quality of food is really starting to irk me.
Should have just went to the food carts....
I was back here for breakfast after an extended period away and boy was I disappointed. This was once one of my favorite spots for brunch but it's been knocked off my stellar list.
The first thing I noticed was an increase in prices. Where I once boasted that you could have breakfast and lattes for two at about $30, that is no longer the case. My companion and I ordered two breakfast entrees (that we'd had in the past), skipped the lattes and went with orange juice and the total was almost $40 before tip. The juice alone cost $5 a glass!!! Perhaps I wouldn't be complaining so much if the dishes were up to parr with the prices. However, the shrimp and grits was more meat and sauce than it was grits. I felt like I should have just requested a bowl of grits since that's what I was really looking forward to. I tried my companion's steak on his Eggs Benedict and I can definitely say that Urban Farmer has done better in the past with that dish as well.
Plus, our waitress seemed very nervous and a little incompetent. She had to come back and ask me if I was getting the hash or the grits. She didn't write anything down when she took our orders--I suppose because there were just the two of us but obviously she had trouble remembering even two orders. We didn't ask for any changes to the dishes so it was a pretty straightforward order. To have to come back and ask again displays a level of immaturity on the servers part and that's not something I would expect from a restaurant of Urban Farmer's caliber. I won't be making the trip back here any time soon. There are plenty of other breakfast spots in Portland to entice me.
Recently stayed at the Nines. Went here for breakfast 3 times.
I really liked the ambiance and the service, but the food was just ok.
The French toast was above average, 3.5 stars. The orange juice seemed nothing special. Maybe I'm spoiled by juicing my own OJ every morning from Southern California fresh oranges... but I've definitely had better before. Plus it cost $5! People rave about the Eggs benedict, but my wife didn't like it much, was too heavy, and I thought it was just ok. The cheddar biscuit & gravy was decent but not spectacular. The last time we ordered in and tried to go lighter. Got oatmeal, grapefruit juice, and fruit over yogurt. The oatmeal was actually very good, but once again heavy. They put in alot of cream/milk or something. The grapefruit juice once again nothing special and cost $5. The fruit over yogurt was decent.
Very convenient if staying at the hotel, but there are many other great choices in Portland.
The portions are quite large.
A-OK if you ask me, but for the price? MEH.
Have been here for happy hour drinks a couple times and those are simply ok. Nothing special. Priced higher than typical. But I thought of giving their Easter Brunch a try the other day and it was lacking a bit. For $50 a person I expected more. More options/variety and plentiful amounts. They were constantly running out of items and drinks were not included in price. The food overall was good. I appreciated the cheese display and the deserts were all tasty. The eggs benedict was awful. I couldn't even cut through the tough and chewey english muffin. No salad options. Meat options were nill. I'm not a huge fan of sausage and that was pretty much all they had. The fruit options could have been better and my veggie omelet wasn't quite cooked enough. Everything was presented very nicely and the service was great but I have been to many brunch buffets in nice venues and I don't think I'd recommend Urban Farmer mainly for what you get for the price. $30-$40 maybe if it included drink. But not $50. I think they went a little too far with the 'gourmet' and were lacking in other areas.