Old Deuteronomy (Baby Back Ribs)$12.00Baby back ribs glazed in nam prik pao, coconut cream, crispy shallots, toasted coconut, with a salad of avocado, cucumber, citrus supremes, and a toasted sweet roll.
- Mary HWow.... It really is the most odd and wonderful culinary experience. The OVNI sandwich had amazing chicken and another wide variety of ingredients that came together (how?!) so well. The happy to be here toast was on point too. Prices are super cheap for the quality of food you get. Highly recommend this place! Can’t wait until we can eat in the dining room
- Raven JThe restaurant is very good looking, and sadly we can only order take-outs in 2020... would come back to Portland and eat here just for the place. Food was splendid as well - Asian fusion seems to be a big theme in PNW, and they did a good job in making it delicious (surprisingly not many places can do that...). Staff were friendly and drink menu has reasonable price, too. Recommend!
- R WMalka is hands down the best restaurant in Portland (maybe the world?). We were lucky enough to be able to go before they had to close their dining room and it was absolutely gorgeous - I hope we all get to go again soon :) Their salad called The Bellflower is definitely made with some kind of witchcraft. Every single bite is different from all of the others and the whole thing is filled with these pleasant little surprises. Every ingredient is somehow perfectly ripe during every season, and the salad is enough food to make at least two meals out of, if not three. And it always somehow keeps super incredibly well for several days after getting it, even the rice and chicken stay perfectly crispy which makes zero sense but I love it. The Penelope is also the perfect dessert, every iteration of it gets more and more delicious!!