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“Great Taste for PDX!”

Tidbit Food Farm and Garden
Ranked #74 of 137 Quick Bites in Portland
Cuisines: Street Food
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Reviewed September 4, 2015

First, the neighborhood is great. The 'food cart pod' is located amidst some other great bars, restaurants, and within walking distance of Salt & Straw.. you know, in case you didn't find something that tickled your fancy at Tidbit. Which is not just unlikely but an impossibility.
Second, the different types of food! There was asian noodles, vegan something, veggie juices, hawaiin, indian and my favorite WAFFLES from Smaaken. So much goodness, not enough stomach space! Definitely something for everyone
Third, the atmosphere. Not only are you surround by excellent food, but add some picnic benches, twinkle lights and some clothing carts, what more could a person ask for.
Overall a great Portland experience.
LAST THING. Know when to go. Admittedly I went at about 3pm on a Monday but a lot of places were closed/hadn't opened yet, so I could only lust after them from afar. Just know that not all the food carts are open all day/everyday so as to avoid unpleasant surprises.

Date of visit: September 2015
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Reviewed September 1, 2015

Great hangout for a large group. We got there early and had about 30 people come. Perfect for a large gathering because everyone can order what they want and not have to worry about splitting the bill.

Date of visit: August 2015
Thank mfergie05
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Reviewed August 26, 2015

One of the best food cart pods in Portland (and there are many!). The selection is out of this world and the choices are fantastic. Delicious every one!! (Yes, I've tried most of them). My favorite, however, is the dessert cart that serves all vegan and gluten free choices. They are divine and a 'special foods' customer can eat with confidence and be in culinary heaven at the same time!!!!

Date of visit: August 2015
Thank sanguinewanderer
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Reviewed July 15, 2015 via mobile

You can't go wrong, so just go here to eat, drink, and appreciate how cool this space is. See the pink flamingos, taste the amazing and healthy flavors, all without going broke! This was our favorite place to go on our first visit to Portland. We feel lucky to have found it .

Date of visit: July 2015
Thank Sheila N
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Reviewed June 24, 2015

Although it's listed on TA as a "Restaurant", Tidbit is more of a culinary adventure packed neatly into a cozy block in inner SouthEast; it's about TWENTY different restaurants in one! Opened in late 2014 on a formerly vacant lot along a busy and booming stretch of SE Division (@ SE 28th), Tidbit is among the best of the cart pods in all of Portland.

We've been at least five times now and have tried a different cart each time. From Japaneses ramen and Hawaiian kalua pork to Dutch waffles to sloppy burgers, sausages and wood-fired pizzas --- this pod has it all. Great cuisine choices all around (where else can you try Belizean food right next to Scandinavian, Thai & Indian?!?!?) and a wonderful gravel-covered courtyard with split-timber benches and a fire pit plus plenty of picnic tables (under cover or in the open - it's an all-weather place).

Family-friendly, kid-friendly, easy on the wallet. Most places prefer cash (there's an ATM on site) and there's more than just food! Lodekka (a second-hand clothing store in a refurbished doubledecker bus), Menagerie (jewelry) and Dragonfly Monet (flowers) are examples. There's also a seasonal produce stand (Parsons Farms) and a cart called "Scout" that sells beer/cider to the over-21 crowd. My personal favorite: the house-made sodas at Pyro's Wicked Sandwiches - seasonal flavors like cucumber lime, classics like root beer and natural cola and cherry phosphate - try them all or mix your own. $2 for a cup then $0.50 refills all night!

Enough outta me - just go and enjoy! Highly recommended!

Date of visit: June 2015
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Thank msubulldog25
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