At $8 to $15 a plate on its rotating menu, this domestic, friendly and nigh on invisible Sellwood cafe strains our definition of "cheap" eats, but given the succulence of the food, it remains a bargain. Lili hews to the simple, well-made and Continental for dinner dishes—including a near-transcendent lamb spiced only with salt and pepper—and gets tonier with breakfast notions like the downright surprising asparagus crab Benedict. Highly, highly recommended.