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PORTLAND | Ox Portland has been a permanent fixture on lists of Portland’s best restaurants since Quiñónez and Greg Denton opened it in 2012. It’s modern Argentinian food with a Pacific Northwest ethos running through it veins. The space is small and casual, with exposed brick and large windows giving it a rustic and surprisingly spacious feel without sacrificing intimacy.

As is to be expected from an Argentinean restaurant, meat is a big part of what makes Ox so special, with top quality cuts of meat cooked simply over a wood fired grill. The Asado Argentino is the best bet for indecisive diners, with a selection of some of Ox’s best meat dishes featuring – short ribs, chorizo, morcilla (blood sausage), skirt steak, sweetbreads and fried potatoes. The perfectly seasoned skirt steak and flavoursome blood sausage are highlights.

Vegetables are more than an afterthought at Ox too, and some of the most memorable dishes at Ox are those with more than just a meat focus – the mote con habas, a stew of heirloom hominy, pork belly and fava beans in a spicy tomato sauce topped with 2 olive oil fried duck eggs is one of the menu’s must order items.

Tap beers are local while the bottled selection is imported. The wine list is focused, and contains a selection of local and imported drops designed to match the food being served. The cocktail list is small, and also designed to compliment the food.

Service is unpretentious, friendly and efficient, and the wait staff are very knowledgeable about everything on the menu. All in all, it’s easy to see why after 4 years, Ox still pops up in many local’s lists of favourite Portland restaurants.

Ox

2225 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland
Oregon 97212
United States

Telephone: 503 284 3366
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://oxpdx.com/

Open
Sun – Thu: 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Fri – Sat: 5:00pm to 11:00pm

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