Thank you Portland Mercury team, thank you Mr. Chris Onstad for trying to help " Little People" like you said " Don't Forget the Little People ". We need people like you to spread the world and let people know they can find unique, delicious food even if is prepared in a little food carts. Best Regards, Marinela Luminita Dragan.
OLCC trying to up their surcharges on account of these driveway vintners. Cutting into their business will not pay.
I love P's & Q's! It's so nice to be able to stock up on well-priced necessities, only 2 blocks away--solved 2 things we needed here in Woodlawn: a quality breakfast place and a market with reasonable fresh goods.
Onstar I have grown weary of you.
Bringith the newest food jester NOW
This place is quite good, even more so since they added beer. The permanent honey bucket bathroom is definitely weird.
The tamales really are the best I've had in Portland. They are delicate, moist and are topped with an amazing tomato sauce. And you must try the Relleno Negro. You'd never guess the sauce is made with charred chilis.
I always tease Manny and say, "Gosh Manny what is it about your burritos that always has people coming back for more?" Next to my mothers Yucatan cuisine, Manny's cooking is the best!
Have you met the Bees?
OK, that was too much. Ignore two of my comments.
By "natto" do you mean nattō, Chris?
My uncle's nose is unmistakably similar to Marmite as well, but you don't hear him bragging about it.
"hit him like a ton of bricks"
A metric ton? Or an imperial ton?
"dark and barnyard-y and unrelenting, like sweetened natto."
My god, you're just unrelenting with your snobbishness. Natto, really? Sweetened natto, REALLY?
Write for REAL PEOPLE!
Onstar i think this is your best "The crowd is a cleaner kind of hipster, ranging from mid-20s to late-30s."
Yours is the TV Digest of food writing. Completely Snarkulous.
I found the carbonara to be way over-seasoned. You didn't have that problem there?
I went to a Yelp event there around when it opened and was thoroughly impressed. I had the same experience - everything ranged from good to great.
The noodles themselves were the most impressive - being obviously house-made leads to a lot of character, especially in texture. Looking forward to going back.
I love it when the friends of a reviewed business jump into the comments.
We've been twice, and will keep going. Great food, great cocktails, great service. You definitely shell out for it, particularly if you get more than one $9 tamarind sour.
This review is 100% correct. Yara is achingly average, and overpriced for average.
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