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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. 

Off the hook!
…The Guam-Bomb-Dot-Com!
…You are the champion. This is awesome!
— Guy Fieri of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (The Food Network)


September - PDX671 is featured in A Taste of Home: PDX Six Seven One serves up Chamorro cooking in Portland by Valerie Lynn M. Maigue for Guam's Pacific Daily News.

December - PDX671 is listed as one of "a dozen can't-miss destinations for the culinarily-minded visitor" in City Dozen: Chris Onstad and Sarah Kanabay's Portland, Oregon, featured on the Saveur website


June - PDX671 is listed as one of Portland's best new food carts by Michael Russel for The Oregonian

September - PDX671 appears in Make Your Mark: PDX671, courtesy of Joan Aguon Charfauros for KUAM News, Guam's News Network


The surprise favorite dish at Eat Mobile was spinach in coconut milk. But, like, so much better.
— Casey Jarman
D-Street Noshery’s Guam-inspired cart PDX 671 — which served linechen gollai (spinach in spicy coconut milk) and estufao (simmered pork shoulder over rice) — took home the judges’ taste award, voted on by local chefs Sarah Schafer (Irving Street Kitchen), Jeff McCarthy (KitchenCru), and Jehnee Rains (Suzette).
— Erin DeJesus

April - PDX671 is at the top of the list of Willamette Week's The It List: The Top 10 Things in Portland and the World by Casey Jarman

June - PDX671 is featured in Saveur Magazine's Food of the People: Portland's Food Cart Revolution by Dana Bowen

August - PDX671 gets mentioned in Eat Beat's D Street Noshery Rises by Karen Brooks of Portland Monthly Magazine

August - PDX671 is featured in Portland: Food Cart Capital of the US from "Always Hungry, Seldom Speechless," a blog by Steve Dolinsky

August - PDX671 is featured in Portland Monthly Magazine in The Food Lover's Guide to Global Foods by Karen Brooks


March - PDX671 is featured in One Size Feeds All: Rose City Perfects the Cart Pod by Chris Onstad for The Portland Mercury

The legendary Guamanian food cart has bestowed its vote of confidence in Rose City, and it’s as solid as I remember it from the early days in Overlook’s North Station pod.
— Chris Onstad

September - PDX671 is featured on The Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri (Season 18, Episode 4 "Cannoli, Fritters and Wings")

September - PDX671 is featured in a reaction article Moved to tears of joy by Jojo Santo Tomas for Guam's Pacific Daily News

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.
— Jojo Santo Tomas


January - PDX671 is featured on The Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri (Season 19, "Global Flavor Faves")

January - PDX671 is featured in uno magazine's "Guam At Its Best" issue in the Food section article "Food Networking" by Gabe Lombard

March - PDX671 is featured in The Cardinal Times of Lincoln High School in the article "Local Cart Makes Appearance on Food Network" by Kai Hellberg

April - PDX671 is featured on page 148 of Steven Shomler's Portland Food Cart Stories: Behind the Scenes With the City's Culinary Entrepreneurs (American Palate)

July - PDX671 is featured in Portland's 7 BEST Food Carts by smidkiff of PDX NewsCastic

December - PDX671 is featured in EaterPDX's web featurette Portland's Global Feast in Twelve Stunning Dishes