One of our favorite activities is exploring the culinary scene in the Pacific Northwest. Mark and I began reviewing Portland restaurants as a resource for visiting friends and have expanded our exploration to include out-of-town favorites.
This restaurant is a favorite of our former exchange student Burcu. She was very excited to share this food experience with us.
We didn’t eat there, but the food they were serving looked delicious. The space is elegant, artistic, and a bit funky.
Their meze was amazing, they make their own pitas that come very hot to the table, and they have a very large menu.
If you love Ethiopian food like we do, you will definitely appreciate Enat Kitchen.
How good can pizza be to make you wait an hour? So recently we went again and had to wait 30 minutes, but we found out that their pizza is worth the hour wait!
We had heard about their amazing pizzas and were not disappointed.
This is a nice, more upscale addition to the Portland ethnic restaurant scene.
It's funky (although being remodelled), but it's cheap and good.
Their street food is amazing, and I have never seen dishes like this in our area.
They also have a great selection of plate lunches if you’re not there at happy hour, although I think Ate-Oh-Ate will make you happy just about any time.
If you’re in Phoenix and are looking for a great meal with a tiki vibe, this is the place to go.