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There are plenty of places in Portland where we’d suggest you pay a lot of money for an incredible meal. Thankfully, there are also spots serving really good food and not charging the equivalent of a washer-dryer set, and Casa Zoraya is one of the best. This casual Peruvian spot serves creative takes on things like ceviche and lomo saltado that we like a lot, and the best way to keep the bill down is to come with a few people and split a bunch of dishes.

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Where To Eat And Drink In Portland, Oregon

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