Great atmosphere, pleasant staff and excellent food! Loved the fresh pasta and fish and wine. A gem in Bandon!
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We enjoyed a quiet mid-week dinner at Alloro's and had friendly, attentive service, excellent wine (a sangiovese recommended by the owner/sommelier) and delicious food. The Dungeness Crab Bisque was exactly as described: fresh crab in cream with cognac and a dash of red pepper for...More
When our writing group planned a retreat to Bandon, one of the pluses was being able to dine at Alloro! I'd been here a few years earlier for a memorable meal. Everyone in our group was very happy with the menu choices and their meals....More
My Ahi Tuna over black rice and some vegetable I never heard of before was a "Ten!" I tried to eat slowly to make it last. Every bit was wonderful. And the owner was again very friendly. Living in a tourist town, we have quite...More
When it come to satisfying the taste buds, Alloro is certainly the best place to dine in Bandon! My husband and I, are two foodies spoiled by New York and Europe restaurants, who also cook at home using extensive cookbook collection. The most memorable about...More
Our humble and sincere thanks for your very kind review. Susan Hayes, Chef/Owner
This pleasantly decorated wine bar/restaurant was an amazing surprise to discover in rustic coastal Bandon OR. Food was great; appropriately sized portions - we shared the charcuterie platter to start; the Tuscan sausage pappardelle and still had room to enjoy a truly good tiramisu! We...More
It was such a delight meeting you. Thank you for your thoughtful and kind words. May we kindly request, since you were so pleased, that you re-score your "1" which is viewed as the lowest rating here on TA? We hope that isn't an inappropriate...More
During a long and tired drive from Brookings to Portland that began at the end of a long meeting at 3 pm, I was staying awake and focused on the road only because I knew that the Bandon Coffee Roaster would be able to fire...More
It was our pleasure! Hope to see you again and safe travels!
We dined at Alloro's for our 31st anniversary last night. The evening started out very well with some delicious Oregon rabbit soup and a great Cote du Rhone (at 20% off!), but by the time our entree arrived so had a group of about 8...More