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Nicholas

318 Southeast Grand Avenue, Portland, OR, United States

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4.5 out of 5
6 member's reviews
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  • 85%
    Budget Travelers
  • 68%
    Family Travelers
  • 68%
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  • 66%
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  • Nicholas
    Molly Freedenberg
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    5 Oct 18, 2013

    This is one of the best places to get casual Lebanese food in Portland (and lots of people know it, so go early or plan to wait). The food is better than average, especially the za'atar served with pita, the hummus, and the tabbouleh (heavy on the parsley), and the portions are HUGE.

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    Frances Nguyen
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    4 Aug 06, 2013

    Nicholas is a popular Lebanese restaurant in Portland with several locations throughout the metro area. Their nan bread is huge and nearly takes up the entire table. I love their fragrant and buttery rice. Everything else that I've had on their menu has been great.

    Recommended for:Foodies
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    Clifford Higuchi
    4 May 16, 2013

    Always packed, so you should expect a wait, but as far as reasonably priced and delicious Middle Eastern food goes, this is a great place for a cheap date. Larger groups run into the problem of having space found for them, but I've found that parties of three or four don't have too much trouble getting in. The platters are the way to go whether it's Mezza or meat, it comes to a decent $13 to $14 cost for a filling meal. The food naturally accommodates all ranges from vegan to gluten-free to meat-eater, so you can offset those battles by choosing this spot before you all go boozing down the street. As most areas go, this is a central location to walk to entertainment (which is mainly bars) if you decide you want to park and take in the industrial side of Grand Avenue.

    Recommended for:Vegetarian
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    Troy Kent
    5 Aug 23, 2011
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    Scott MacVicar
    3 Mar 29, 2012
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    5 Aug 02, 2012
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