Tasty 'N Sons

Tasty 'N Sons

New American Restaurant, Tapas Restaurant, and Breakfast Spot$$$$
Boise, Portland
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  • Terri W.
    "Order the breakfast board, a great sampling of small bites."(11 Tips)
    Sannidhi 🐾 J.
    "Chocolate potato donut and French toast with rhubarb and cream."(7 Tips)
    ozlem h.
    "Potatoes bravas over easy eggs is very delicious."(7 Tips)
    Anna J.
    "Start with maple bacon wrapped date, then the tasty African sausage."(12 Tips)
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  • ozlem h.
    ozlem herkeser1 week ago
    Potatoes bravas over easy eggs is very delicious. French toast great and you have got to try fried egg&cheddar buscuit. Very nice place and good service
  • Mary S.
    Mary SFebruary 15
    Amazing brunch. But be warned: you can wait two hours for a seat at brunch. Bring a snack and a drink
  • Ami K.
    Ami K-MJanuary 26
    Well worth the wait. Had the baked eggs, biscuits and poached pear fence toast. Sit at the kitchen seats to see the chefs in action!
  • Claudia R.
    Claudia RinglerJanuary 25
    The reason it's an hour 1/2 wait to get in is because once seated and your order is taken, meals come out separately! First person was done before 2nd one was served! 3 of us and same thing happened.
  • Adrian P.
    Adrian PhillipsDecember 17, 2015
    Exceptional service at the first come seating area at the bar. The biscuit egg sandwich with sausage was perfectly cooked (egg was just runny enough). Highly recommended for a filling breakfast bite.
  • Tigg O.
    Tigg OrrNovember 24, 2015
    The polenta and sausage ragu is AWESOME! Combine that with the radicchio salad and it's pretty much the perfect meal!
  • Sam B.
    Sam BesenOctober 7, 2015
    Pretty much everything they make is super dope, but the carbonara was especially memorable.
  • Rory P.
    Rory ParnessJuly 31, 2015
    Come between 2 and 2:30 for quick service and do not leave without trying the chocolate potato donut and bacon wrapped dates. Burmese pork stew and chicken hash are stellar too.
  • Andrew B.
    Andrew BennettJuly 22, 2015
    The breakfast board was unreal. As was the French toast. These owners have tapped into a mystical dimension of culinary divinity.
  • Lane C.
    Lane CollinsJune 7, 2015
    One of my favorite places in Portland. Try the chicken Harissa hash, the radicchio salad, and the chocolate potato doughnuts.
  • Ben H.
    Ben HortenJune 1, 2015
    The east Carolina cheese steak might actually be the best sandwich I've ever had. It'll be hard to try something else next time I go
  • Anna J.
    Anna JamesDecember 28, 2014
    Start with maple bacon wrapped date, then the tasty African sausage. Coax your partner to order the Burmese pork stew and dig into that too. Everything is delicious!
  • Marlon A.
    Marlon AlaanOctober 16, 2014
    This place I've read is popular with their brunch menu but I almost died & went to heaven with the goodness of their Pork Adobo which is sooo tender! I'm Filipino btw 😋😎
  • Carolina R R.
    Carolina R RiethSeptember 18, 2014
    Best breakfast ever! Get the potatoes Bravas, the chocolate potato donuts and the French toast. All are amazing
  • Ricky E.
    Ricky EngelbergAugust 16, 2014
    The steak, eggs and Corncake in a skillet is now my favorite dish here. End it with a chocolate doughnut.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    With the small plates, you don't have to choose between sweet and savory. I especially like the vegetable frittata and the Bloody Mary. Read more
  • Mary X.
    Mary XuJuly 13, 2014
    The breakfast biscuit is delicious with a flaky large biscuit. Chocolate potato doughnut is worth trying. Morocco chicken hash is a small sized plate that's a bit skimpy on actual chicken.
  • Kari B.
    Kari BJune 24, 2014
    I was somewhat disappointed by the octopus mainly because the sauce was too spicy to eat. However the bacon covered dates were delish!
  • Jenny
    JennyMarch 24, 2014
    The bacon-wrapped dates and chocolate potato donut were both delicious. The french toast was the best big plate we had.
  • GNTLMN
    GNTLMNFebruary 19, 2014
    Really unique dishes. Try the raddichio salad, the Burmese red pork stew, the polenta and sausage ragu, or John's Breakfast. One of the best burgers in town too. (definitely easier during the week)
  • Benjamin C.
    Benjamin ChaitFebruary 2, 2014
    Bring friends and order a variety of dishes—they brought our brunch whenever a plate was ready, so a constant stream of warm, delicious food we could all share and enjoy!
  • Brad M.
    Brad MaceJanuary 2, 2014
    Great "tapas" style of dining..try the toast, the French toast, the bravas, egg and cheddar biscuit, glazed yam with cumin-maple...super yummy!!
  • Chih-fan H.
    Chih-fan HsinNovember 23, 2013
    We have been here 3 times. Have tried "Chocolate Potato Doughnut", "Griddled Bacon Wrapped Date ", "Steak n Eggs", "Red Pork Stew", "Pork Cutlets", "Potatoes Bravas". Loved them all....Worth the wait.
  • Lisa S.
    Lisa SmithNovember 23, 2013
    Worth the hour wait. Patatas bravas were awesome. And the breakfast board was a sight for sore (hungry) eyes. And the French toast...speechless it melted so gracefully in my mouth.
  • Sheri C.
    Sheri CoonNovember 18, 2013
    There is usually a line, we waited about an hour to be seated. However, the service was great and the food was worth the wait. Get a Bloody Mary with jerky while you wait!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsNovember 5, 2013
    The second in a trio of Chef John Gorham restaurants. The food manages to feel both fun and yet carefully crafted, with a wide range of global influences from Korea to the U.K.
  • Chris H.
    Chris HoughOctober 19, 2013
    Bacon wrapped dates are to die for. Their Bloody Mary's are crazy awesome. Perfect brunch spot. Come hungry leave stuffed!
  • Sarah D.
    Sarah DonahueMay 27, 2013
    “The small plates are perfect for sharing and make any meeting much better. Top it off with great coffee and it’s the ideal brunch or lunch combination that will help kick start ideas.” - WP
  • Jeff W.
    Jeff WeinsteinMarch 24, 2013
    Bloody mary with teriyaki chicken jerky, breakfast plate with beets and chicken liver mousse, and steak and eggs with jalapeño pancake + hot sauce. Incredible.
  • Andy M.
    Andy McMillanMarch 22, 2013
    If you're visiting Portland, consider extending your trip a few weeks to allow yourself time to work through every item on the menu. Alternatively, the Polenta & Sausage Ragu, and the Potatoes Bravas.
  • Jenn Y.
    Jenn YFebruary 5, 2013
    Ridiculously popular hotspot for brunch, recent press makes the lines even longer. Dinner and happy hour are great too if you want to avoid the scene (or go for brunch and be part of it!)
  • Aaron
    AaronJanuary 21, 2013
    Burmese stew was tasty, but less liquid than expected for a "stew." Polenta was awesome. Bacon-wrapped dates were bacon-wrapped dates.
  • Melissa L.
    Melissa LimJanuary 4, 2013
    Great small plates restaurant that serves brunch and dinner. Everything that I've ever had here is good. Good cocktails too.
  • Kellie C.
    Kellie C.January 2, 2013
    Sweet biscuits with blueberry compote were awesome. Potatoes bravas were maybe the best potatoes we've ever had. Still dreaming about them days later.
  • Benjamin T.
    Benjamin TranDecember 30, 2012
    The Burmese Red Pork Stew is at once palatably spicy, sweetly caramelized, and filled with different textures. Definitely a must have!
  • James P.
    James PotterOctober 20, 2012
    Slow as heck, getting a seat after 45 min does not mean you're close to eating. Food is hardly worth it. It's time to move on Portland. (edit: they comped half the breakfast! Back in my good books.)
  • Juston P.
    Juston PayneAugust 17, 2012
    This is one of those "can't go wrong" restaurants, but whatever you do, order a bacon wrapped date ($2). Also, sit at the kitchen bar and be mesmerized by the chefs.
  • Juston P.
    Juston PayneAugust 15, 2012
    I thought the Dinner Protection Act of '34 banned brunches from being this delicious, but I guess Mr. Tasty and his Sons pulled some strings.
    Upvoted May 10
  • HoverHere
    HoverHereJune 15, 2012
    Biscuits are crispy, flaky, amazing. Bacon wrapped dates with maple syrup are delicious. And spinach with egg is lemony, garlicky.
  • Mike P.
    Mike PodwalMay 20, 2012
    Flawless menu. We went family style with the breakfast board, spinach and sunny-side up, French toast, vegetable frittata +5 more dishes. 2hr waits not uncommon, but worth it.
  • Erica D.
    Erica DMay 19, 2012
    Sit by the window and people watch. Try the radicchio salad, cauliflower and olives, and the BBQ ribs. Rhubarb panna cotta was unreal.
  • Amber D.
    Amber DaleyJanuary 1, 2012
    The open-faced monte cristo and potatoes bravas with eggs over-easy make this Portland hot spot well worth the wait.
  • Aly B.
    Aly BullingtonNovember 1, 2011
    Very affordable, well-made food, tasty but simple. Don't expect something totally unique. Had the tasty muffin- not much flavor but bacon wrapped date was amazing!
  • Jane H.
    Jane HudsonOctober 16, 2011
    Go with a bunch of yer awesome friends before a Cross Crusade Race and order a bunch of plates to share! Biscuits + Gravy, Chocolate Potato Donuts to start. Don't miss the Roasted Apple + Glazed Yams!
  • Willamette Week
    Willamette WeekAugust 24, 2011
    WW's Restaurant of the Year 2010: buttery eggs & flaky Southern-style biscuits cohabit happily with North African couscous in the name of elevating Portland’s love of brunch to a daily obsession.
  • Robert W.
    Robert WagnerJuly 31, 2011
    Avoid during off hours unless you enjoy sitting at a large table with annoying strangers. Some might find it quaint but as a showering Portlander I do not.
  • Cheapism
    CheapismFebruary 22, 2011
    The best new brunch spot in Portland also has a lot of its regular menu items on Happy Hour for a fraction of the price from 2:30-5pm. Go early, there’s only a single communal table for seating. Read more
  • Frankie
    FrankieDecember 4, 2010
    Love this place. It is super stellar and affordable which often doesnt go hand in hand. The Hush Puppies will Melt in your mouth! If you are a party of two, Sit on the line and watch the magic happen
  • Portland Monthly
    Portland MonthlyNovember 4, 2010
    Tasty n Sons: fun, loud, tightly seated, serving a mold-breaking daily brunch menu led by firecracker North African sausages and spicy stews. Read more
  • Terri W.
    Terri WileyJune 11, 2010
    Order the breakfast board, a great sampling of small bites. Today's board: pickled beets, chicken liver mousse, hard boiled egg, mini bacon strips, Greek yogurt, mini toasts, and strawberries.
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