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Abyssinian Kitchen is one of Portland’s more upscale Ethiopian (and Eritrean) restaurants, located in a cozy house in Buckman.
Ha VL Vietnamese Noodle Soup is a Jade District lunch favorite for noodle soups way beyond typical bowls of pho.
Fat City Café, a greasy spoon in the best sense, is a Multnomah Village institution that is classic as a diner can be.
Coquine is a homey French-ish Mt. Tabor restaurant that’s a cafe during the day and serves a tasting menu at night.
Otto’s Sausage Kitchen has been serving grilled sausages and deli sandwiches in Woodstock since 1936.
On the edge of the Cully neighborhood, Cully Central is a family-friendly Laotian sports bar known for spicy noodle dishes.
Scottie’s Pizza Parlor is a casual dine-in and take-out spot in Hosford-Abernethy where the emphasis is on local ingredients.
Nicholas, a Lebanese restaurant on a busy Central Eastside strip, is where to go for freshly made pita and hummus.
Family-run Tortilleria y Tienda De Leon makes it worth heading to East Portland for homestyle guisados (Mexican stews).
Head to lunch at Rose VL Deli for daily changing Vietnamese specials in Foster-Powell.
Afuri manages to be good at everything from ramen to sashimi - though the yuzu shio bowl is our favorite.
Langbaan in Kerns uses local ingredients in traditional Thai dishes and looks kind of like an adult (and indoor) treehouse.
Paley’s Place in Northwest has been doing obsessing about local produce for over two decades - come for a more casual dinner or a low-key celebration.
When you’re trying not to spend a crazy amount but still want amazing food, share a bunch of plates at Casa Zoraya, a Peruvian spot in Piedmont.
For one of the best brunches in Portland, head to Canard on East Burnside for food that’s a mix of French and what you crave after a few drinks.