September 5, 2012

2 Days in Portland: Food Coma x Waffle Window x Voodoo Doughnut

2 Days in Portland: Breakfast at The Waffle Window and late night treats at Voodoo Doughnut on August 27, 2012.

Voodoo Doughnut | Portland, ORWaffle Window | Portland, OR

On our first morning in PDX, we hit up this breakfast window on the Eastside of town.

Waffle Window | Portland, OR

It was worth the trip for some of the most savoury waffles I've ever had in a hip, fun, environment.

Waffle Window | Portland, ORWaffle Window | Portland, OR

The simple window, indoor, and outdoor seating was a charming way to get breakfast.

Waffle Window | Portland, OR

I found the spicy bacon cheddar jalapeƱo waffle absolutely delicious with syrup right on the bacon. It was just so good and I'm still thinking about it.

Waffle Window | Portland, ORWaffle Window | Portland, OR

The three b’s waffle (left) had pepper bacon, brie cheese, fresh basil, and house made peach jam. It certainly looked satisfying. The sweet and fruity peach and blueberry waffle (right) also looked quite delectable and opulent. It was a great way to start the day.

Voodoo Doughnut | Portland, ORVoodoo Doughnut | Portland, OR

Later that day, we did the touristy thing and went for some late night doughnuts at Voodoo. I loved the maple bacon bar and chocolate Oreo peanut butter doughnuts. They're quite addictive.

Voodoo Doughnut | Portland, OR

Voodoo's funky take on these fried treats are famous. I recommend going during off hours to avoid the ridiculous lineups.

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2 reactions:

Rick Chung said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it. I'm guessing you went here because you saw it on tv? It's kind of awesome that the media is turning my hometown into a new Hollywood lol It's not surprising you went to this location. Most people only know of this location because they've seen it on tv. Probably didn't know about Voodoo Doughnuts Too on NE Davis huh. New people to Portland usually don't. You probably were in line with a ton of tourists huh. You likely won't ever get that with the Too location. It's the locals location with hardly any tourists. That's the problem with the one near China Town (which was actually Japan Town historically). All the tourists go there cramming it up (thank you media) and the employees could be nicer though. Overall great work that they've done here though

Rick Chung said...

i love reading your post dude ! its awesome and very usefull !

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