Cafe Voila in Portland was founded by Executive Chef Tamara Kay and Jonathan Goodrow, owners of Voila Catering, in 2004 at the encouragement of the City Club of Portland as part of their new offices and meeting space. The mission of Cafe Voila is to bring affordable everyday gourmet food featuring fresh seasonal ingredients to the workers and visitors of downtown Portland. Each week Executive Chef Tamara develops a new seasonal menu for the Cafe…allowing our valued customers a different lunch entree, soup, and salad everyday of the week! Click Here to See our Current Menu.
In addition to our own housemade hot soups and lunch entrees made by our Chef team, Cafe Voila offers a variety of our own breakfast breads, large entree salads, innovative deli salads, gourmet sandwiches, and espresso drinks. Over the years, Cafe Voila has grown a loyal following for our Bittersweet Chocolate Chip Cookies and other sweet treats which all are made from scratch by our Chef team with real butter, real vanilla, and only the best ingredients. See images of our food and ingredient preparation which makes Café Voila so unique on our Blog by clicking here.
Cafe Voila in downtown Portland is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm at SW 9th and Washington. While most items are available all day, our hot lunch entree and hot soup is available only between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Cafe Voila in Northwest Portland is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm at NW 29th and Hwy 30.
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The NEW phone for Cafe Voila Downtown is 503-962-0558. To place large to-go orders, please call our kitchen/offices 36 hours in advance at 503-703-4590 or contact us on our Contact Page.
For updates on our store closures due to weather, please visit us at www.facebook.com/CafeVoilaDowntownPortland
If you are looking for the best catered food in Portland, visit our catering website at www.Voila-Catering.com and amaze even your biggest foodie at your next event. After all, don’t special events deserve special food?