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Food Reviews & Stories
Recently reopened, Ma Toña’s unfortunately offers an uneven experience. Nearly every dish is bland, like the cook forgot to stock salt in the kitchen. Squash, carrots, cabbage and tripe float in the complex, murky broth of the sopa de pata, along with the namesake foot and an ear of   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 NICK ZUKIN


Food Reviews & Stories
Along with Ma Toña’s, El Palenque’s one of only two Central American restaurants in Portland-proper. Too bad the food isn’t better. Pupusas are leaden with flavorless fillings. The curtido is almost soupy. The tamal, stuffed with olives, red pepper and meat, lacks flavor.   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 NICK ZUKIN
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