“Which one is your favorite bite?” is pretty much the standard question that everyone asks you when there’s a lull in the conversation at Feast Portland. I was at the USA Pear Night Market, an Asian inspired street food event, trying to sample as many bites as possible but honestly it was the hardest question to answer. Was it the Spicy Shrimp cake from Joule Restaurant that I loved the most? Or did Bollywood Theater’s Indian curried Scotch egg tickle my fancy most? Let’s not forget the Crab Fried Rice from Pok Pok which had people lining up in droves. Of course my friends absolutely swore by the Masa Cake with Beef Tongue by Smallwares. Departure was serving up solid Vietnamese Grilled Pork that had me snagging up seconds (something I NEVER do at events like this). And, of course, there was Nong’s Khao Man Gai which never disappoints. My final answer to the question was all of the above and more so. Don’t make me choose, because I loved them all.
Special thanks to Feast Portland and Travel Oregon for providing travel and accommodations as well as a media pass to the 2014 Feast Portland Event. Though flight, hotel and media pass were provided complimentary, I was not monetary compensated for this post or any other post that I am doing for Feast Portland. All opinions above are my own.