This French bistro outshined a famous seafood restraint, an excellent Jalanese restaurant and an excellent Italian restaurant on our dinner tour of Portland.
The charcuterie platter for 4 was the best I’ve ever had, featuring small but exquisite servings of liver pate, pork rillon, salmon rillettes, etc., with some pickles and a couple of pork rinds to boot.
I had crispy duck confit on pasta, 2 others had the hanger steak au poivre with an incredibly rich sauce, and another had an excellent vegetable tart. Sides were a very flavorful mushroom dish and excellent green beans. Dessert was some extravagant chocoloate concoction that we all shared.
My son’s food coma began even before we left Little Bird.
A surefire return on our next annual visit to Portland, Oregon!
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