Five more Portland restaurants we loved in 2023 OregonLive | Summary

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  • Some of the most memorable dishes from a meal at the start of the year came from the kitchen, including the panko-fried scallop skewers drizzled with wasabi mayo and an umami bomb chawanmushi with shrimp, scallop and maitake mushroom.Details: 8268 S.E..
  • Order the mohinga, aka the national dish of Myanmar, for a mellow, warming fish and rice noodle soup floating with split pea fritters, perfect for a winter’s day.Details: 3612 S.E..
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  • Hapa Pizza might sound like a gimmick, but its not — even the simple cheese pie is as tasty (if not more so) than any other you’ll find in Beaverton.Details: 12755 S.W..
  • Best of all, there’s a sprawling cocktail menu available from sister bar Comala next door.Details: 422 N.W..
  • Located in Beaverton, Hapa Pizza offers a unique spin on the classic dish..
Im not sure this was a great year for Portland dining as we noted in our ranked guide to the citys 10 best new restaurants, it sometimes seemed like the bigger a restaurants swing, the bigger the mis [+3527 chars]

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