Portland must eats
Chances are all food in Portland you gonna have is good. People there know what they are doing and care profoundly about the food they are serving you. For the 30 days we spent in Hipster capital we ate our faces off and here are the absolute must eat dishes:
If brunch is your thing I will say go to Tasty'n'Adler. Eggy Bread Pudding (I believe the name is something like The Whole Toad) - I ordered the bread pudding thinking it's a desert. Well, it wasn't. It's a savory, eggy, scrumptious dish that just blew me away. Probably one of my top 3 things I ate in Portland. Korean Friend Chicken - Really well Borrata Watermelon Salad Radicchio salad
Salt and Straw
Fennel ice cream Olive oil ice cream
Random Order Pies
Quiche of the day: I don't remember which flavour it was but it was soo custerdy and so amazing. Banana crea pie
Roasted beets with coconut milk and curry leaves Kati roll Daily specials: Tomato chaad
Fois Gras Profiteroles
Hat Yai Fried Chicken w/ House Based Curry & Rosti
EVERYTHING is yummy and made with love. Clean eating paradise. Collard wrap Indian Curry plate Organic potato salad/Sunflower cheeze
The Waffle Window
Good classic chicken and waffles with gravy is not to be missed
HYPED PLACES WE DID NOT LIKE:
Pine State Biscuit - Lines, lines, lines. This iconic place on Alberta did not impress us. Unfortunately the biscuits and chicken were average and were not worth the wait. Best thing there were the Cajun Fries and the Sausage gravy Cajun fries.
Screen Door - This place was a BIG disappointment. All the food was lacking flavor. Fried chicken and biscuits were kind of dry, grits were bland, Portions were big but none of the meals were delicious.