Located in the North Pacific Ocean, Guam is the closest US territory to Asia. It has been privy to foreign cultures and their food for almost 5 centuries. When we think of food from Guam, it is impossible to overlook the complex cultural diversity that exists within our community. Chamorro food has flourished with the contributions of Filipino, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Mexican, American and many other cultures. It is this diversity that brings us together and allows our cuisine to remain a celebrated part of our families. We look forward to the evolving preservation of Guamanian cuisine for future generations!

 


PDX671 Favorites –– 

 

Empanada
Chicken Pastry Turnover

deep fried, filled with deliciously spicy sautéed chicken and ground toasted rice

 

Atulen Elotes
Coconut Milk Corn Soup

corn, chicken, lemon, coconut milk

 

 

Tininon Mannok yan Hineksa' Agaga'
Chicken & Rice

grilled chicken thigh over red rice

 

Kelaguen Mannok yan Titiyas
Chopped Grilled Chicken & Coconut Milk Flatbread

*served cold & spicy – grilled chicken, grated coconut, chili peppers, onions, and lemon

 
 
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PDX671 at Rose City Food Park

5235 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213

 

Hours

Fri & Sat – 11 am - 2 pm
*Please check Facebook & Twitter posts for most current status updates.

 

Contact

(971) 570-0945
GUAHAN@PDX671.COM

 
 
 
 
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… Originality stems from the way they express something personal about the owners and where they come from … I had never come across any of these dishes before, anywhere in America.
— FOOD OF THE PEOPLE: PORTLAND'S FOOD CART REVOLUTION – DANA BOWEN FOR SAVEUR
Off the hook!
…The Guam-Bomb-Dot-Com!
…You are the champion. This is awesome!
— DINERS, DRIVE-INS AND DIVES (SEASON 18, EPISODE 4) – GUY FIERI FOR THE FOOD NETWORK
You know the kind of happy, triumphant crying tears, the kind you get after watching ‘Rocky,’ ‘The Champ’ or even ‘Mr. Holland’s Opus?’…That’s how I felt while seeing Ed Sablan’s Portland food truck PDX671 getting the closing feature on Guy Fieri’s ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ last week.
— MOVED TO TEARS OF JOY – JOJO SANTO TOMAS FOR GUAM'S PACIFIC DAILY NEWS
 
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Taking its name from Portland's airport code and the island of Guam's area code, PDX671 is a food cart that fuses seasonal ingredients of the Pacific Northwest with flavors and cooking techniques of Guam.