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May 14, 2008

Restaurants in Portland Oregon

All are recommendations, and sadly we will not have time to visit all, but the ones we go to I will tell you all about....

Milo City Cafe - Broadway
The best eggs benedict we have ever had. A must! We also had lunch there the first day, and again delish food. I had a simple but tasty Mediterranean Chicken Linguini dish, Kev had Snapper on cous cous. A fab bloody Mary by the way. It was a late lunch! Very reasonably priced.

WILDWOOD (NW)

LAURO KITCHEN (SE HAWTHORNE)

POK POK

MOTHER'S CAFE - Great for breakfast.

NUESTRA COCINA - 2135 SE Division Street.
A lovely little place, I highly recommend. Rustic and elegant, dining outside or in, the staff were wonderful and filled with locals. First come first serve, casual and reasonably priced. The margaritas were wonderful, pomegranate, blood orange, apple, traditional lime to mention but a few, I had pomegranate and it was so very luscious! We had wonderful starters of mint meatballs and a cheesy chiles and more. At our table we had fish served on a sea of beans, lamb shoulder served in a roasted wrapped banana leaf with a warm coleslaw, Chile dish, and super cool Enchiladas. You know how cool Mexican food tries too hard so it moves away from its perfect original magic? Well Nuestra Cocina doesn't. Flavors are fresh, distinct and perfectly Mexican. I highly recommend!

NOBLE ROT

CASTANGNE CAFE

LE PIGEON

PAZZO (downtown)

PAPA HAYDEN (Desert Place)

PARK KITCHEN (we have resos Friday)

Anyone know of any of these plse comment....

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