21 Amazing Portland Food Trucks A Complete Guide to Portland Food Trucks & Catering
When food trucks and food carts come to mind Portland, Oregon is the destination. With well over 500 food trucks operating in downtown Portland at any given time, it is safe to say Portland has something to please anyone’s tastebuds and inspire the masses with flavors and stories from around the world. Here are 21 food trucks and catering companies to check out while in the city of roses.
What’s To Eat? : Hapa PDX Ramen’s cart menu features ramen favorites such as Shoyu Ramen, Tonkotsu Ramen, Shio Ramen, Miso Ramen, and Vegetarian Miso. The cart menu features a series of rice bowls and other savory dishes as well.
Cart Location: 6035 NE Halsey St Portland, OR 97213. Check the schedule for more details and locations.
Brick & Mortar Location: 3848 SE Gladstone Street, Portland, OR.
Hapa PDX Ramen serves authentic Japanese style ramen with hints of Hawaiian infused flavors. Their ramen features: “custom-sourced extra springy noodles and prepare in house Assari style broths with full-bodied flavors enhanced by Hawaiian sea salts”
Owners and creators behind Hapa PDX Ramen, Sarah, and Michael Littman, have been serving up some of Portland’s most iconic ramen since 2013 and are now opening up a brick and mortar location in South Portland. The brick and mortar Hapa PDX Ramen and Whiskey location can be found at 3848 SE Gladstone Street, Portland, OR and will feature an extensive whiskey & sake menu in addition to bowls of their signature ramen.
What’s To Eat? : Scandinavian inspired soul food featuring dishes like traditional Norwegian potato lefse, savory wraps, sides, and snacks.
Location: The Bite on Belmont 4255 SE Belmont Portland, OR 97215. Check the schedule for more details and locations.
Megan and Jeremy created Viking Soul Food when purchasing a 57-year-old Streamline Duchess aluminum silver trailer, In 2010, naming the trailer Gudrun ( “she who knows the secrets of battle”). They specialize in lefse and Scandinavian inspired dishes and can be found in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Portland.
What’s To Eat? : Serving a variety of expertly smoked meats on all-natural Oregon oak, classic southern sides, milkshakes, and seasonal BBQ menus.
Location: ASYLUM POD at 1080 SE Madison St. Portland, Oregon 97214. Check the schedule for more details and locations.
Pit Master and Owner of Bark City BBQ, Michael Keskin, was born and raised in Virginia. Michael got his passion for BBQ from experiencing the south’s historic BBQ creations during his travels while making memories with friends and listening to blues music.
What’s To Eat? : Authentic Korean flavors from the convenience of a food cart.
Location: 4606 SE Division St Portland, OR. Check the schedule for more details and locations.
Kim Jong Grillin’ provides authentic Korean flavors from the convenience of our food cart featuring favorites like Bulgogi, Galbi, Japchae, Spicy Pork, Kim Chee fried rice, and more.
What’s To Eat? : Middle Eastern-inspired vegetarian fare made from fresh quality ingredients, as organic and local as possible.
Location: 3925 N. Mississippi Ave & 113 SE. 28th Ave Open everyday 11-9pm. Check the schedule for more details and locations.
Wolf (Tanna TenHoopen Dolinsky), Bear (Jeremy Garb) have been bringing Middle Eastern-inspired vegetarian fare to Portland since 2009 and stive to create dishes that feature the region’s local, organic, fresh ingredients. Wolf & Bear’s menu also features many vegan and gluten-free options as well.
What’s To Eat? : The best from the Northwest with dishes centered around locally sourced seasonal ingredients.
Location: 930 SE Oak St, Portland, OR 97214.
Brandon, the chef at Wild North started his journey in Minneapolis and now creates menus inspired by his love of the Pacific Northwest and outdoors featuring seasonal locally-sourced fresh ingredients.