Had an amazing take-out meal. All the flavors. Don't miss the Kalua Pork. It was delicious, tender and flavorful.
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Had a recent lunch with a friend here and it was enjoyable. It's very busy around noon so I recommend going after 1PM. The teriyaki chicken is good and I love their macaroni salad
Our group of 4 had a wonderful early lunch here. The noodles, short ribs, teriyaki chicken and hawaiian mac salad were amazing! The staff were fantastic and we had the pleasure of meeting the restaurant owner, Noho, who was extremely kind, generous and welcoming. I'd...More
I went here with coworkers for lunch recently. The atmosphere outside was really nice. They have a great deck with lots of character and umbrellas for shade. The food seemed to be enjoyed by all, but in a good not great type of way. I...More
I have never heard of Noho's before but we were in the area and looking for a late lunch. We happened by Noho's and decided to try it out since the five of us (including our 5-year-old son) all enjoy Hawaiian food. I am so...More
Noho's Hawaiian Cafe is the FIRST place I go to eat when visiting Portland! Noho has been serving great Hawaiian "plate lunch" style meals for over twenty years. The menu reflects the fusion of local Hawaiian traditions with pan-Asian influences, but Noho has made some...More
My mouth waters just thinking about this place! The staff was awesome, super friendly. Food was delicious and the portions are enormous. The Pork was moist and juicy and even leftovers are great the next day.
Raised on good teriyaki chicken? I mean the hibachi kind, island style, with the char a bit here and there? Go to Noho's. They have the closest rendition I've found in Portland. With mac salad! Good price, great flavored grill. (If you don't know what...More
I have read great reviews about this Restaurant. My friend and I were attending the South PDX Art Walk and thought we would stop in for Sunday Lunch. Lunch companion ordered Kalua Pork Sandwich (chose green salad as the side). I ordered the Pan Fried...More
I love Hawaiian food so I was pretty glad to see this restaurant right across the street from where we were having breakfast! Right away, we decided, hey we are going there for dinner! There are three portions - menehune (small), regular, and blalah (large)....More