From West African cuisine to wine bar nibbles to a Japanese tasting menu, here are some of the places where we’re excited to order a meal.
The unfortunate verdict on Kann and its chef is that television celebrity does not equate to restaurant kitchen mastery.
This list is a reflection of one writer’s culinary peregrinations in and around town over the past year.
The customized truck sells everything from duck rillettes to whole chickens.
The business has a new roaster that will triple production, as well as a new shop in Seattle.
To avoid the crowds, try getting your chicken sandwich and potato wedges on a weekday afternoon.
Our recent meal was a multidimensional blockbuster.
Wholesale operations will continue, however, with a talented culinary lineup.
Offerings in Beaverton and Hillsboro include Andhra chicken curry, crispy dosas, biryanis big enough for two, and rare Indian sweets.
Commonly used ingredients include nuts for crunch, chiles for an attitudinal undertone, and plenty of bold, umami-charged components, such as fungi, cheese and cured tiny fish.
Dame may be the most wonderful, underpublicized restaurant in Portland.
Tickets to the first two weeks of meals have already sold out, so you’d be well advised to sign up for the wait list now.
The restaurant “is a direct reflection of the creativity in Thailand right now as seen through the eyes of our MMFIC.” That stands for “Main Motherfucker in Charge,” culinary star Akkapong “Earl” Ninsom.
The restaurant shares a building with Snow Peak, where after dinner you can buy the $200 flame-resistant Takibi blanket—yes, that’s really the name—next door.
The idea of simultaneously serving each twosome one vegetarian-leaning multicourse lineup and one with a meatier bent is brilliant, especially for good eaters who share.