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kayswv

Little Bird restaurant Portland

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We will be in Portland for three days the beginning of December. Are considering going to Little Bird one evening. Does anyone have recent experience dining there?

Thanks,

Kay

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I ate there a few weeks ago, in late August, and had a fantastic experience. In fact, it was the best meal of my trip to the West Coast. Don't hesitate; go.


Matthew Kayahara

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Thanks Matthew,

Kay

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Had a nice meal there. ate off the happy hour menu (6:00pm?, best call to find out how late it runs). Had a pretty good burger. I'd eat there again. Bistro style dining. good recent reviews.

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We had dinner at Little Bird on Friday evening. Great food. Husband had the charcuterie platter and hanger steak. I had the butter lettuce salad with roasted squash and apple followed by the pork shoulder dish. This was the star of the evening. A goat cheese for dessert was the most outstanding one we have ever had.

Thanks for the earlier recommendations.

Kay

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We dined at Little Bird a few months ago and loved it! Definitely make a reservation there. We also love their sister restaurant, Le Pigeon where we have dined several times. :)

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Had dinner there a few months ago and were VERY pleased.


Life is short. Eat the roasted cauliflower first.

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