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Argued to be in the top 5 best burgers in Portland. great toppings and good drinks. casual atmosphere.
Best burger in town, if you ask me. Friendly, fast service and lots of different choices on the menu. The Foster area of Portland is really coming into its own culturally. If you like the all-American burger, then this place is not to be missed.
“Order take out for reasonably priced lunch or dinner on-the-go. Kitchen is run by Thai husband and wife. ”
“Homemade chips! Deep fried pickles! Sliders that come in pairs named after the signs of the Zodiac.”
“Cartlandia The Cartlandia “super pod” in Southeast Portland is home to The Blue Room, a full-service bar with 18 beers and ciders on tap, a family- and dog-friendly outdoor beer garden and more than 30 carts representing 15 different countries. Cartopia A favorite of late-nighters, Cartopia hosts Potato Champion, which dishes up crispy, twice-fried Belgian-style fries and gravy-doused poutine (pretty much perfect post-drinking food). Pyro Pizza delivers beautifully singed pizzas from a wood-fired oven, while Chicken and Guns heats up the night with its wood-fired Latin chicken, served with crispy, sea-salted potatoes and an addictive Peruvian sauce made of cilantro, jalapeños and sour cream. Carts on Foster Head to Carts on Foster, an all-weather pod on Southeast Foster Road, to sample from over a dozen food carts. Order from Bari Food Cart for some classic Italian street food or indulge in traditional Turkish dishes from Istanbul Delight. Complete your meal with a drink from Pod Bar, boasting an impressive tap list alongside craft ciders and nonalcoholic drinks. You can even get a haircut after lunch in the ‘70s-inspired vintage trailer that houses Salon Bucci. Eastport Food Center Eastport Food Center stands on bustling 82nd Avenue, near the diverse Jade District and Foster-Powell neighborhood. Bring your appetite to this large pod with indoor and outdoor seating and spend the day trying out dishes from different parts of the world. You’ll find ample vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. For a sweet treat, hit up the Bobablastic cart, where you can mix and match flavors to craft the perfect cup of bubble tea. Hawthorne Asylum Opened in 2019, Hawthorne Asylum is a large pod not far from Cartopia with ample covered seating, a fire pit and several food carts. Standouts include Smaaken Waffle Sandwiches, Burmese Delight and Montage Ala Cart, the reincarnation of beloved Cajun eatery Le Bistro Montage, which closed in June 2020. You can even get beer and cider at on-site bar, Black Dagger. Piknik Park Food Cart Pod After exploring the charming Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood, swing by the Piknik Park Food Cart Pod. Besides ample dining options, there’s a craft beer garden with a stand-up bar, bathrooms and a covered, heated seating area. Choose from comfort food at Sauc’d, classic Moroccan cuisine at Taste of Casablanca or traditional Nepalese street food from Yatra PDX, among several others. Portland Mercado With up to nine carts offering Mexican, Colombian, Peruvian, Argentinian and Venezuelan specialties, Portland Mercado is a must-stop for lovers of Latin American flavors. This incubator for local Latinx-owned businesses also includes a grocery, coffee shop, bar and more.”
“3 minute drive, 25 minute walk from Foster Cabin. I like this Travel Portland description best: "Since 2001, Chinese Vietnamese bakery An Xuyen has earned a spot as a neighborhood favorite serving banh mi, pastries, bao, sticky rice and, if you’re lucky, spring rolls. (Check the specials board!) The baguettes and pastries are all made in-house (and found across town at grocery stores and restaurants). This artisan Pan-Asian bakery and delicatessen offers authentic eats like coconut sweet rolls, baked barbecue pork buns and guava puffs (along with savory options like their banh mi-style sandwiches). Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival tip: An Xuyen is one of the few places in town that bake their own mooncakes for and they sell out every season, so be sure to take home a few of these delicacies when you see them on the shelves."”