Love the broth not to salty. Large portion of ramon and all the fixings. Very relaxing small place.Zack was very helpful too.
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The noodle dish we had were so delicious and consoling after a very cold afternoon in Portland. We were so hungry and the ramen bowls arrived before the hot sake - a first. Will try to think of a reason not to eat here every...More
After a long day of walking Portland in 19 degrees weather a tasty bowl of vegetarian broth was just what we needed. Psi Men did not disappoint. We also had the vegetarian dumplings, cucumber/avacoda "sushi" roll and lunch I, which was excellent!! Sitting by the...More
The noodle dishes are enormous so bring your appetite. The set menu maybe too much for anyone other than big men. I had Hamayaki which was great but too rich to finish. Lovely ambiance and great waitstaff
Every time I pop down to Portland during the week I visit here for lunch. The Paitan Ramen is as good as it gets. The aroma is unique, and the velvety texture is happy lubrication for the noodles, just as it should be. Braised pork...More
As the weather had dipped to temperatures not seen since last winter, Pai Men Miyake was the perfect way to warm the soul on a blustery day. Be prepared to wait as this eatery is very popular. The portions of ramen are generous and filling....More
As others have mentioned, the Brussel Sprouts are quite delicious (a little bit on the salty side, but very good). The ramen is just ok, I wasn't amazed. I was there for lunch and it took quite a while for the ramen to make it...More
The ramen was good, but the pork buns were amazing! Good drink menu. Small place, cozy vibe. There will likely be a wait, but there are other bars in the area and they'll text you when the table is ready.
Excellent dinner, waitress was very attentive, set in a small cozy setting. Enjoyed dinner with my wife on our anniversary. Call ahead to make reservations.
We had the Brussels sprouts and the hokkaiyaki, which were both very good (the sprouts especially). We also enjoyed some beers off the menu, which we really enjoyed. After all that, we thought the ramen was subpar, particularly my miso broth which lacked taste. I...More