5519 N.E. 30th, Portland, OR

Quality, freshness, and Taste of the Northwest.  You will step into the kitchen as you enter and delight in watching your delicious food created right before your eyes.

~m.miller  5/1/2015

 Hawaiian food right here in Portland,
from shaved ice, poke, spam musubi, and huli chicken.
It will delight your heart.
Ohana Hawaiian Cafe
6320 N.E. Sandy Blvd.
phone: 503-335-5800

~m.miller 7/23.2015

The Pearl Bakery, beside delicious pastries and bread,
has really nice sandwiches, which change seasonally.
Definitely worth the stop anytime and maybe you will
even find a French macaron too.
Pearl Bakery
102 N.W. 9th Avenue
Phone: 503-827-0910
~m.miller 7/23/2015
 Podnah's Pit
1625 N.E. Killingsworth Blvd., Portland, OR.
Texas style barbecue "slow cooked using 100% oak hardwood"
Go early to avoid the wait.
~m.miller 5/23/2015

Pok Pok  
Pok Pok has such a reputation for good street Thai food that
if you don't want to wait in line get there about 4:30 or 5PM for dinner.
Their most popular item-chicken wings is a must to order.

The original restaurant is at 3226 S.E. Division. Portland, OR.
Visit their website at to find their
other locations, which includes 4 places in Portland.
They now are also located in New York City and Los Angeles, CA.
~m.miller  5/19/2015

Taqueria Nueve
727 S.E. Washington Street, Portland, OR
Closed Mondays, but opens at 5PM all other days.

The food at Taqueria Nueve is a step up from the normal
enchilada-burrito crowd. 
Reservations highly recommended.
~m.miller  5/11/2015