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Cities

A Guide to POC-Owned Food Trucks

Your guide to supporting POC-owned food trucks in a town that’s famous for them.

Southeast

Luang Prabang
SE 13th & Lexington
Laotian

Lonchera Brother Express
8145 SE 82nd
Mexican

All of the carts at Portland Mercado
7238 SE Foster
Latinx

Kim Jong Grillin’
4606 SE Division
Korean

Tahrir Square
1200 SE Hawthorne
Egyptian

 

Northeast

Kee’s #Loaded Kitchen
4709 NE MLK
American comfort food

PDX Six Seven One
5235 NE Sandy
Guamanian

Jouk Li Jou
1505 NE Alberta
Haitian

El Yucateco
13116 NE Sandy
Mexican

Thai Champa
900 E Burnside
Thai

Uncle Tsang’s Kitchen
NE 23rd & Alberta
Chinese

Fish Fusion
5800 NE MLK
Fried fish

La Arepa
5235 NE Sandy
Venezuelan

Vivi’s Yummy Rolls
5231 NE Sandy
Vietnamese

 

North

Teppanyaki Hut
4233 N Mississippi
Japanese

White Elephant
4233 N Mississippi
Asian fusion

Dirty Taetoe
4233 N Mississippi
Baked potatoes!

 

Southwest

New Taste of India
1901 SW 4th
Indian

Anna Thai Basil
SW 10th & Alder
Thai

Chez Dodo
427 SW Stark
Mauritian

Bombay Chaat House
804 SW 12th
Indian (so damn good)

PDX Empanadas Revolucionarias
2 SW Naito
Uruguayan

Small Pharoah’s
340 SW 5th
Egyptian

Mama Chow’s Kitchen
300 SW 2nd
Chinese/chicken wings

Cuisine D’Afrik
SW 3rd & Washington
West African

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