Thai, Sushi Bars, Ramen
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 615 SW Broadway Ste 102, Portland, OR 97205
Phone: (503) 222-1391
- turned_in_notHealth Score76 out of 100
- turned_in_notHappy Hour SpecialsYes
- turned_in_notVegan OptionsYes
- list_altTakes ReservationsYes
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForLunch, Dinner
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- turned_in_notWheelchair AccessibleYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- insert_emoticonAmbienceCasual, Trendy
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- local_barAlcoholFull Bar
- turned_in_notGood For Happy HourYes
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVNo
- turned_in_notDogs AllowedNo
- turned_in_notWaiter ServiceYes
- turned_in_notGender Neutral RestroomsYes
5 stars for the food, but had to give 4 stars because when we came, it was pretty empty but we stood at the cashier desk for ~15 minutes while workers were there but not acknowledging us, after 15 minutes, we asked where we could sit and apparently you can choose where you sit, but it would have been nice to be told that without us having to wait and ask. The fork also had fish eggs on it and we only got one chopsticks and had to go up and get more.
However, the food was amazing!!!! Pad see ew noodles were so good, they don't give much chicken but it is so flavorful with big portion and so fresh tasting. I had the Tom yum soup which was such a great comfort food after a long day of traveling (we had just flown into Portland). The noodles here are probably the best Thai noodles I've ever had!!!! Chicken wings were delicious with the sauce!
As my friends and I were scrolling through Yelp for dinner recommendations, this place caught our eye. "Both Japanese and Thai food?!" With our curiosity, we went to try it out.
This restaurant is a little hidden from the streets. You have to go through two doors in order to find it. When we arrived around 7pm, there wasn't anyone inside except for a couple eating dinner.
We decided to order a pad Thai, pineapple fried rice, and a crunchy roll. Also, with a check in, you get a free Thai iced tea! Our server was okay but she looked a little irritated after we asked for the cashews on the side in the rice and after we showed her the yelp deal.
Our food came in around 10 minutes and we were ready to eat! The Thai food was okay although nothing really special stood out to me. The crunchy roll wasn't my cup of tea however. Each piece was quite large and the sauce tasted a little off.
This restaurant was okay but I don't see myself craving it the next time I come to Portland.
If only I can not put a star on this business. It was my grandmas birthday and we waited for someone to seat us, it took approximately 15mins for someone to notice us. We finally get sit on the top floor and a server came and got us water and drinks, not only did it take her another 20mins but we sat there waiting for our order to be taken. It was very upsetting especially to my grandma that was so hungry. This was a very disappointment the lack of acknowledgement, she was helping others since there was a grab n go for drinks but never talked to us. This wasn't a great experience for me and my family. Huge F on my books
This's one of my favorite places in Portland!!!
So, this place is suitable for 2-10 people. For dessert, it's served from 4:00pm
Quaint, small place, albeit quirky.
The tables are very close to one another, so personal/privacy not really a possibility here. Waiting for service was off-putting, especially given how slow it was when we visited.
The menu itself is a multicultural mix of Japanese, Chinese, and Thai). The food we decided on was ok: Tonkatsu ramen, bonsai roll, and a order of garlic chicken.
Good selection of sake to choose from, including same flights. Though I was a little offput when they serve my glass of sake in a white wine glass.
I'd say the place is ok for a visit, but nothing about it makes it stand out or is a must-try.