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Seres Restaurant & Xiao Chi Bar embodies the new age world of Asian cuisine. Their contemporary menu of Szechuan-American cuisine adheres to self-imposed quality factors such as gluten-free ingredients, locally sourced proteins and use of organic produce wherever possible. Whether dining in or taking out, Seres promises classic and familiar favorites of soups, fried rices and noodles with distinct and potent flavor combinations. Serving food that good in every way makes this place quite the highlight here in Portland.
Shandong presents to you Northern Chinese cuisine with a modern twist. Shandong prides their tradition as well as the modern, with their authentic food and contemporary plating techniques. Happy Hours last from 4p to 6p everyday, at which point you can try their finger foods like wantons, pot stickers and their famous spicy dry fry chicken wings.
Thien Hong is a humble eatery located in the Northeast tenement, famous for its Salt & Pepper Squid. The place may not be that smart but all the value goes on the plate. What they deliver is a well laid-out menu with exceptional quality Chinese and Vietnamese specialties like Shrimp Fried Rice, Snow Pea Tips and Clams with Black Bean Sauce. Commendable service and value-for-money make this a definite must-visit in the area.
The Canton Grill has all the trappings of a kindly neighborhood restaurant, and is older than most of its patrons. Founded in 1944, this restaurant features both the scintillating exotica of Chinese food as well as the comforting goodness of American cuisine. Get your fill of a Beef Burger Steak or an Old Fashioned Steak, while your dining partner can order the Kung Pao Beef and Fried Shrimp. Between eating breaks, head over to the adjoining Dragon Lounge for a quick nip of alcoholic libations during their happy hour. Then mosey on down and join the karaoke scene. Before you leave, rub the tummy of the deity Ho Ti for good luck.