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The Oregonian: RingSide Fish House takes same spare approach to surf as turf
"Portland's landmark steakhouse goes offshore, with high-quality seafood, the voluminous RingSide wine list and a second-story view of downtown. "
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Willamette Week: Surfing New Turf - RingSide Fish House pampers with an old-school sense of comfort.
When it comes to the meat, RingSide does consistently well what other kitchens mundanely struggle to achieve. Cuts of rare steak nearly two inches thick are served warm, with uniform tender redness from fringe to fringe and no hint of the raw. Equally thick scallops are cooked to a satisfying, unrubbery firmness. Trout swoons under crisped skin. The filets provide most of their own flavor, so the execution and selection here are all but impossible to fake; this kitchen knows its way around a cut.
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RingSide Fish House in Tom Horan's America's Top Ten Club
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