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Oma's Hideaway


3131 SE Division St, Portland
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Portland has a lot of restaurants serving wild mash-ups that seemed like a good idea at 2am (and still are at 2pm). Oma’s Hideaway takes that energy and channels it into Chinese-Malaysian dishes inspired by the chef’s grandmother, and somehow it just works. Cool wallpaper, disco balls, and ‘70s light fixtures set the scene for catching up with friends and sharing things like char siu and longan chimichurri, curry fries with salted egg yolk aioli, and Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispie treats kissed with lime leaf and lemongrass.

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photo credit: Megan Willis

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