I can recommend the spicy beef or lamb, particularly early in the day (as the kabobs stay on the grill until someone buys them, so they continue to dry out). Your sauce options are teriyaki or spicy, and spicy is more sweet than hot. If you go with just teriyaki, ask for extra, since he doesn't use much. There's also a vegetable curry option which I'm told is good though I haven't tried it. Stay away from the chicken - it's consistently overdone and dry as death. Gyoza (potstickers) are good, and his other side dish (I forget the name, it's a dumpling with a pocket of barbecued pork in the center) is not bad although a bit too doughy for my taste. \r
UPDATED March 07 - Originally I had some critical comments here about the service, as it seemed pretty frequent that I would stop by and Dan wouldn't have what I wanted and didn't seem to care much either way. He's definitely improved over the last few months though. He's quicker about greeting his non-regulars these days, and he encourages folks to call ahead to make sure he's got what they're looking for. So if you'd like something in particular, give him a ring at 503-227-1779, and 15-20 minutes later, you can stop by to pick it up. Works great. \r
I still think the chicken's painfully dry, but if you stick to the beef, lamb, veggie curry or sides, and call ahead just in case, you can't go wrong. Thanks Dan - keep up the good work.
Pros: Quick lunch, good beef and lamb, good gyoza
Cons: Dry chicken! Ouch!