Saturday, September 21, 2013

3 Course Meal at Huber's Cafe @ Portland, Oregon

Huber's Cafe is the oldest restaurant in Portland, Oregon since 1879 which is specialized in traditional turkey dinner. Other than that Huber's also have Augus beef, seafood, salads and variety of pasta dishes. The signature drink here is Spanish coffee. Do try out their 3-course meal to experience what this restaurant has to offer.

Taste:8/10(Good. Overall the food here were tasty except the pumpkin pie which I find it rather blend. The best were their beer bread which is so fragrant and tasty. The soup were great as well).
Price:6/10(Moderate. I ordered their 3-course meal and it cost USD19.10. I find the price is quite reasonable as its a 3 course meal which is less than USD20.00).


Huber's famous beer bread. This is the tastiest bread I ever had.


House made soup. The soup is spicy and taste good. With ingredient such as sausages, mixture of pork, meat, chili, beans, herbs and rice.

I ordered the half-half as main course. A combination of roasted turkey and baked ham served with sage dressing, fresh mashed potatoes, traditional gravy and cranberry sauce.

The meal were good.


Pumpkin pie with chantilly cream.

The environment inside the shop.

Its easy to recognize the restaurant from its name Huber's Cafe.

GPS/Coordinate: 45.520168, -122.674644
Address: 411 SW 3rd Ave, Portland, OR 97204
Public transport: Oak/SW 1st Ave on MAX Blue line or MAX Red line.

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