Decided to come to eat at this place during burger week. The burger was decent could have been a little better. The homemade chips were delicious. The service was not the best. The pasion drink was spicy and great!
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High ceilings, walls decorated with tacky trinkets and t-shirts, and picnic bench seating accommodations similar to an outdoor barbecue hut. The first thing that put me off was the counter girl tapping the payment screen to point out the 18% tip option in a place...More
This place is rarely crowded, but the food is great. One of my favorite places to go for lunch with friends. Good selection of sandwiches, salads, beverages and sides. Great service.
I had heard lots of good things about this restaurant, but I was a bit underwhelmed. I had the Pan Con Chicharron (Pork Shoulder Sandwhich). For my taste is was too much bread so I just attempted to eat the meat, the only problem is...More
The butifarra is their signature sandwich: pepper-rubbed sliced pork, mild chili pepper mayo, lettuce, salsa criolla (lime-marinated red onion with cilantro), and it will KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF! The ingredients are fresh, prices are cheap eats. You order at the counter, they bring your food....More
Las Primas is one of my favorite restaurants in Portland. I have visited more times than I can remember. They have a pretty good selection of Peruvian street food, like the classic Butifarras, the popular Pan con Chicharron, and those delicious Yuquitas. My favorites are...More
I have eaten here 4-5 times and always love the food. It is a casual restaurant where you walk up to the counter to order, then sit down and they bring your food. My favorite thing to order are the empanadas, but really everything is...More
Authentic as you can get. Las Primas had the best pork belly sandwich I've ever eaten. Super fresh ingredients, exquisite popping flavors, creative tasty sauces. Everything I've tried has been extraordinary. The proprietors of this establishment were so nice and accommodating. If I could, I...More
Once you've visited a country and tasted the local flavors, it's really hard to find a place back home that gets it right. Las Primas totally gets it right! Everything from the empanadas to the lomo saltado to the chicha morada and pisco sours are...More
Loved it! At first it was hard to figure out what to order because the menu isn't typical, there are lots of different kinds of foods and no pictures of the dishes. We were looking at everyone else's food. I ordered the beef soup which...More