THESE ARE PORTLAND’S 50 ESSENTIAL SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS RIGHT NOW

“PoMo’s 2014 Restaurant of the Year is still on a winning streak, unlocking the interactive, herb-zinging secrets of regional Thai cooking in choreographed evenings—each month trekking to a different region. Start looking for reservations now—it can take a while to get in.”

– PDX MONTHLY
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PORTLAND’S 40 BEST RESTAURANTS

“Arguably America’s finest Thai restaurant…”

– THE OREGONIAN
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BEST FOOD TOWN

“Langbaan, which introduces eaters to the different regions of Thailand.”

– SUNSET MAGAZINE
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36 HOURS IN PORTLAND

watch the video in the link below

– THE NEW YORK TIMES
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CUISINE OF THE YEAR

“We’re hoping, praying (OK, begging) for a return trip in 2016.”

– PORTLAND MONTHLY
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THE 50 BEST THINGS TO EAT & DRINK OF 2015

“For me, the flavor of the moment is funky and pungent, with a balance between acidity, salt, and spice..”

– GQ
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GQ MOST OUTSTANDING RESTAURANTS IN AMERICA 

“Langbaan is welcoming and generous, the food homey and gentle. Only the recipes are complicated, like the handwoven egg net enclosing pork, peanuts, and much more. (There’s always much more with Thai.) Live scallop sitting in a crispy cup made from coconut milk and rice flour was so sumptuous I wondered if it was intended to pass for dessert, and the salads contained tuna ceviche or marinated pork jowl—my kind of greens. This is the first Thai food I’ve ever eaten that made me wish I lived over there.”

– GQ
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NOTES FROM PORTLAND, TAKE TWO

“Owner Akkapong Earl Nimson and Rassamee Ruaysuntia seem to be in a kind of wordless trance, working together, silently tasting the balance of flavors, plating each intricate dish. They handed the first plate of their tasting menu across the table – miang som (above) – and it took me right back to Thailand. This is Thai food as I have not experienced it in any other restaurant in America.”

– RUTH REICHL
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Langbaan is relocating!

Thank you for your patience while we transition to our new Nob Hill location

1818 NW 23rd Place

Reservations will become available shortly

Phuket Cafe is currently open for dinner Wednesday-Sunday from 5:00-10:00

We look forward to seeing you all again in our new home

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