Pow to the People

Kung Pow dresses up and gets down with American Chinese.


Food Reviews & Stories
When you see the dragon on that takeout menu, you know what you’re in for. Not to mention the exclamatory name (Kung POW!, a typography our copy editors won’t allow in our paper outside of these p   More
 
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Bing Mi


Food Cart Reviews
Most tourists come back from China with just a T-shirt, or a cheap, stolen iPhone from a Shenzhen back alley. But Alisa Grandy returned with a deep hankering for jian bing—Chinese breakfast cr   More
 
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Cheap Eats 2015: Chinese Food


Cheap Eats
HK Cafe HK Cafe, 4410 SE 82nd Ave., 771-8866. Dim Sum, lunch and dinner daily. If you’re a regular at Wong’s King or Ocean City, you might be surprised to find this neon-lit dining hall in   More
 
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 WW Staff

Dimmer Switch

Bite-sized tips for dining at HK Cafe, Portland’s new favorite dim sum spot.


Food Reviews & Stories
Don’t just randomly show up at HK Cafe. If you’re a regular at Wong’s King or Ocean City, you might be surprised to find this neon-lit dining hall in Eastport Plaza is now the busiest of all   More
 
Wednesday, January 7, 2015 MARTIN CIZMAR

Cheap Eats 2014: Chinese Food


Cheap Eats
Szechuan Chef 5331 SW Macadam Ave., 227-3136, szechuanchefportland.com. Lunch and dinner daily. There’s something piercingly lonesome about a vast Chinese restaurant hall, something that summo   More
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014 WW Staff

Bull In a China Shop

Who pays $22 for Yin-Yang Shrimp?


Food Reviews & Stories
A dish called Dragonwell Lionhead summons imagery straight outta Game of Thrones: writhing lizards hatching from the skulls of your enemies doused in Sriracha—or something like that. Part of the   More
 
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 AARON MESH

EC Kitchen


Food Reviews & Stories
The sign outside this newly refurbished house on Southeast 82nd Avenue, about a mile north of the dividing line between civilization and Clackamas County, promises “Chinese Traditional Delight   More
 
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 BEN WATERHOUSE

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