Seres Restaurant and Bar

Seres Restaurant and Bar

Contact Information

Phone 971-222-7327
Website URL (use http://)
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Street Address 1105 NW Lovejoy Street
City Portland
State Oregon
Zip Code 97209

Restaurant Info

Cuisine Asian Fusion

Sustainable Dining

Beef Options Grass-fed Beef
Pasture Raised Meats Grass-fed Beef • Chicken
Local Ingredients Meat • Fish • Seafood • Produce
Sustainability Locally Grown Options • Organic Food Options • Pasture Raised Meats • Sustainable Fish & Seafood

Our menu reflects both the palettes of multi-regions of China as well as the Pacific Northwest.  Some label our menu as fusion and some just call it their ‘Friday night comfort food’.

Health & Sustainability

Our chefs cook with the freshest local and organic ingredients whenever possible. 

  • The natural beef we use is top sirloin from Painted Hills Farms (We alternate between Painted Hills Natural Beef, Highland Oaks and Oregon Country Farms). We do not use baking soda to tenderize our beef. 

  • We use free range chicken from Draper Valley Farms.

  • The seafood we use is wild caught and from ABC Seafood Market in SE Portland. We use bean curd from OTA Tofu.  Most of the produce used is certified organic.


  • We believe in supporting Portland’s economy by purchasing local goods and services from businesses such as Longbottom Coffee, Oregon Flower Growers Association, Oregon Oil, Owen Roe Winery, Lemma Wine Company (family owned and operated for 35 years), Jinthay Trading Company, Ota Tofu, Grand Foods SE Portland, Brown Printing, Northwest Resource Credit Union, and many more.

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Beware of Painted Hills Beef

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Reviewed by Erin
May 27, 2010
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful

Painted Hills Beef is raised in open pastures that are not organically certified. The cows spend the last half of their lives back in a corral being fed corn that is not organic and Painted Hills was unable to confirm it was free of pesticides. They say they put the cows through this final phase so they can get the "marbling" on the meat. I have never eaten at this restaurant but I don't want people to assume the beef is free of chemicals. I was searching for grass fed beef and I know that Painted Hills is not 100% grass fed beef.

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