Okay, it's really not a "house", it's a food cart but that's neither here nor there when it comes to filling your belly with curried goodness. India Chaat house serves up some cheap,fine vegetarian/vegan Indian food. A large selection of lentil, rice and vegetable dishes including the $5 combo with 3 entrées, rice and naan. Snacks like pakora and samosas as well as sweets are also available. With a covered deck/seating area attached this place can draw quite a crowd during the lunch hour but any wait you might have is well worth it.
In the pantheon of Portland Ethiopian joints The Queen of Sheba really is the Queen. Many different dishes are available from meaty to vegan and you can eat family-style from a platter complete with enjera because sharing is good.
Classic American breakfast and lunch a step above mom's homemade. From lemon, ricotta pancakes to savory scrambles, sandwiches and salads. And make sure not to forget the dessert!
The Cricket is a popular hipster/neighborhood brunch spot with a funky multi-level layout and a little bit of attitude. The coffee is hot and the portions are enormous, so go there hungry for a scramble, potatoes, and a Bloody Mary—-or try one of the more creative choices off the extensive menu, which includes a bunch of veggie items, even gravy!