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Just found an exquisite restuarant at SE 47th and Powell in Portland, OR., called House of Bamboo. I can't pronounce half of the dishes, but WOW is everything is delicious. I have eaten there 3 ti...
I am a miso soup addict. This is a love that I discovered only a few months ago, and now I have it for lunch almost every day. I wish I could afford to follow it with sushi every day as well. I ...
just a quick note...thanks for the tips on eating in
washington! the best was the Flying Fish on 1st
Avenue in Belltown. I had a succulent foie gras and
sea scallop followed by a wonderful gri...
I just moved from the East Side to Raleigh Hills (for a shorter commute), and I'm just beginning to explore the food prospects on this side of town. I've seen a bunch of Asian, particularly Korean...
Anybody have any suggestions for some good dim sum
restaurants in Portland? What's good where? Is it
pretty authentic (i.e. chicken feet!) or
"Americanized"? Do they serve it with pu-erh tea?
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As part of my extended West coast trip, I had the
opportunity to visit Delta, a hipster cajun place in SE
Portland. I say hipster because it has that retro-hip
atmosphere down to a "T." The cha...
On January 30, I received an e-mail from Barbara
Spigler, who said she had found my e-mail address at
the Chowhound site, and asked me for recommendations in
connection with a trip to Seattle, V...
I just returned from a trip to Seattle and Victoria and
had some very good meals.
In Seattle: Campagne, at the Inn at the Market (where
we stayed) was a treat. Good French food, very nicely
I'm flying off to Seattle for my first visit to the Pacific Northwest. Any suggestions? I like
With fear and trepidation I recommend The Stand in
Seaside, OR. Everything served on paper, but the
price is right and oh so good. The surfers love it
and so do we! Thanks Jose.
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