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From OpenTable: Ping is a local neighborhood establishment for socializing, drinking and eating with friends in Chinatown of Portland.Do you own Ping? Contact us to connect with your diners.
In this light and bright corner spot in the heart of Portland’s rough-edged Chinatown, explore a variety of unusual Asian street food. You’ll find a wide array of proteins on sticks: gulf prawn, baby octopus, boar, shishito chili, or quail eggs wrapped in bacon. Complement the meal with one of the noodle bowls, such as the spicy mama ramen with “bouncy” pork and prawns; a tender steamed pork...
I've spent a lot of time in Southeast Asia, and, with one exception, no other restaurant I've ever been to on this side of the Pacific comes as close to a Southeast Asian dining experience as Ping (the exception is Ping's southeast Portland sister restaurant, Pok Pok). The menu here is long, packed with dishes you've likely never heard of or tasted before, and, best of all, cheap. To be sure,...
It's like stepping into Tokyo. Which means, the menu is a departure from what we're used to and all well-worth trying. Mmm fish balls. Also, the atmosphere is really modern and I like it's a bit of a transporting experience.\r
Super fun in a cool space. If you're looking for something different and want to try new flavors in food and drink, this is as good as it gets! Great drinks and super creative menu that integrates flavors from all over Asia.
A vast assortment of Asian fusion delicacies is what the chefs serve at Ping. This fancy little restaurant covers almost everything the Asian cuisine has to offer; right from tantalizing skewers to the Vietnamese-style short ribs to the spicy Thai and Singaporean noodles. Offered in small plates style, the Baby Octopus Skewer is one dish that is recommended by the regular diners at Ping. Just...
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