This Week in Portland Food News: Japanese Food, Mochi Doughuts, and More!

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This Week in Portland Food News: Japanese Food, Mochi Doughuts, and More!
by Mercury EverOut Staff

The one-week-old Japanese-inspired restaurant Nanbans menu includes Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki with house-smoked pork belly bacon, yakisoba, and a house okonomiyaki sauce.

The one-week-old Japanese-inspired restaurant Nanban‘s menu includes Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki with house-smoked pork belly bacon, yakisoba, and a house okonomiyaki sauce. Nanban via Facebook

Welcome to a new edition of Portland food news! We’ve gathered all the latest happenings in the food scene, including a new Pearl District winery, a drool-worthy smash burger destination, a mochi doughnut pop-up, and an upcoming pasta parlor. Read on for all that and more essential updates. For more ideas, check out our list of places to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, our takeout and delivery directory, and our outdoor dining directory.

Keep in mind that some restaurants may be closed or have reduced hours due to air quality. It’s a good idea to call ahead or check social media before going out anywhere.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS

Mikiko Mochi Doughnuts
As the trend of mochi doughnuts gains traction in the city, the pop-up Mikiko Mochi Doughnuts has found a new home in the Bar West space in Northwest Portland. The pop-up is run by couple Emily Mikiko Strocher and Alex McGillivray and features flavors like pandan with matcha, passion orange guava, and ube with li hing (salty dried plum powder). The doughnuts are available from 8 am-1 pm, Tuesday-Saturday, and will also be on West’s brunch menu on the weekends.
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