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Like Portland, the vibrant Mexican state of Oaxaca is constantly changing and evolving into something new. Experience the transformation firsthand at Trébol, Portland's mainline to Oaxacan culture and cuisine. With an entirely seasonal menu that changes every two weeks, incorporating as much local produce as possible, you'll always have a unique, delicious experience. $20 for $40 to spend on food Menu constantly changes, but recent favorites have included slow-braised pork shanks and chili-rubbed tuna Great dining in an exciting atmosphere
Taste the spices and textures of Oaxaca in Trébol's innovative Mexican dishes, all made with local, seasonal ingredients from a menu updated regularly: • $20 for $40 to spend on Mexican cuisine • Try pulled-chicken tostadas, tuna ceviche, or spicy black-bean fritters • Owner Kenny Hill learned traditional cooking methods from his grandma's Mexico City kitchen • Wagon-wheel chandelier and vibrant red walls add to the exotic experience Want more? Check out Trébol on Facebook.
During frequent trips to Mexico City to visit his grandparents, Kenny Hill would seek quietude in a metropolis of 20 million under a shade of Trebol trees. "To me, trebol means tranquility", Hill says. "That's the feeling I want to create at my restaurant." Hill, the former sous chef from Higgins restaurant, opened Trebol to pursue his dream. Based on lessons from his grandmother's kitchen and his travels across Oaxaca and the Porto Escondido coast, he fashions a menu of traditional Mexican dishes made with wild Northwest ingredients. His tenure at Higgins, under the tutelage of founding chef-Greg Higgins-a pioneer of seasonal, sustainable cooking-proves as influential as the time Hill spent cooking with grandma. Trebol adheres to the seasonal availability rule-no midwinter tomatoes or poblano chiles-and uses sustainable items such as organic produce, grass-fed beef, and wild fish.