Southeast Asian pop-up Gado Gado, known for its variations on Indonesian and Chinese dishes, will open a restaurant Monday in the Hollywood District, Portland Monthly reports. Mariah Pisha-Duffly, co-owner of the dinner, brunch, and occasional late-night noodle series, has confirmed the restaurant will open in the former My Canh space June 3.
Over the last 12 months, the Pisha-Dufflys have amped up the frequency of their pop-up game, serving tangles of noodles on Thursday nights at Sammich and hopping over to Guilder for congee brunches. Named for the Indonesian dish, Gado Gado has strayed far from the country’s cuisine, and the restaurant will, as well: The menu will consist of an eclectic mix of noodles, snacky small plates, and salads, eventually serving a dim-sum-style brunch service in the coming months. Stay tuned for a better look at the space and its dishes.
Updated May 31, 2019, 9:19 a.m.
This story has been updated to include the restaurant’s opening date.
• Gado Gado [Official]
• Gado Gado [Facebook]
• Playful Southeast Asian Pop-Up Gado Gado Finds a Brick-and-Mortar Home [PoMo]
• The Closing of a Neighborhood Restaurant: Goodbye, My Canh [Bridgetown Bites]
• Get ready for a month of Indonesian noodle nights from the Gado Gado crew [The Oregonian]
• EventWire [EPDX]