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Eat Mobile 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
This super-shiny metal trailer makes some of the best Sicilian-inspired mangiare in the city. Owner Kevin Sandri prepares classics like Italian sausage with grilled peppers on a ciabatta roll, a meatball sandwich, a wonderfully moist and smoky grilled chicken Diablo ($12 for a whole bird) big enough   More
 
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Eat Mobile 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
Unless you’re a student at Portland State University, you’ll have to go a bit out of your way to try the pizza and Sicilian treats at this “purple people feeder” (their words, not ours). It’s worth the trek: Owner Stephen Ferruzza makes killer hand-tossed artisan pizzas   More
 
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Cuisine Bonne Femme

That Came From A Cart?


Special Section Stories
Food carts are Portland’s proletarian answer to eating well with limited funds. Much like the city’s well-regarded food scene in general, our food carts seem to be growing in numbers and l ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 19, 2008 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Why someone didn’t think of this sooner is beyond us: Take a 10-inch-round, freshly baked, old-fashioned waffle—the kind with the little holes, not the thick Belgian variety—stuff it with all sorts of goodness, fold it in half and voila! A breakfast sandwich the size of a giant bur   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
In Hindi, “Chaat” are savory snacks, and this van with a rickety-looking but functional closed-in porch serves up Indian chow that’s less greasy, fresher and more authentic than that at most Indian restaurants in town. India Chaat prepares one honkin’ huge $5 combo meal daily   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
This super-shiny metal trailer makes some of the best Sicilian-inspired mangiare in the city. Owner Kevin Sandri prepares classics like Italian sausage with grilled peppers on a ciabatta roll, a meatball sandwich, a wonderfully moist and smoky grilled chicken Diablo ($12 for a whole bird) big enough   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
A little bit off the beaten food-cart path, Thai Basil sits nearly alone in a parking lot a few blocks from the busy Pod on 5th Avenue. There are plenty of Thai carts downtown, but most offer the same heavy coconut-laden curries, soggy noodles and oily stir-fries. Not so at Thai Basil. The chili-cas   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Samurai Bento is one of the grander-looking of the city’s carts, but the menu is pure Japanese soul food. All dishes come with a side of rice, veggies and pickles. The yakisoba is a real steal for $5, with plump noodles stir fried with loads of veggies and chicken, tofu or beef. The katsu don    More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Unless you’re a student at Portland State University, you’ll have to go a bit out of your way to try the pizza and Sicilian treats at this “purple people feeder” (their words, not ours). It’s worth the trek: Owner Stephen Ferruzza makes killer hand-tossed artisan pizzas   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme

Cheap Eats 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Taco trucks are by far the most common carts in town, gathering en masse in the cart “pods” and “rows” downtown and going it alone in scattered parking lots from St. Johns to Southeast 82nd Avenue. La Jarochita is not the biggest or flashiest of the bunch, and the small maroo   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Cuisine Bonne Femme
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