Lunch Menu

Available daily from 11:30AM to 5PM
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AAHAAN PHISEHT Specialties of the house 

Ike’s Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings

Ike’s Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings

Ike’s Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings (Available Spicy)
Half dozen fresh whole natural chicken wings marinated in fish sauce and sugar, deep fried, tossed in caramelized Vietnamese fish sauce and garlic and served with Do Chua (pickled vegetables). Our signature dish. Based on our daytime cook Ike’s recipe from his home in Vietnam. 

Kai Thawt Samun Phrai
Chicken breasts marinated in garlic, coriander root, pepper and fish sauce, battered and deep fried crispy, served smothered in fried aromatics with sweet chile and tamarind dipping sauces.

Papaya Pok Pok

Papaya Pok Pok

Papaya Pok Pok (Available Vegetarian)     
Central Thai-style spicy hand cut green papaya salad with tomatoes, long beans, Thai chili, lime juice, tamarind, fish sauce, garlic, palm sugar, dried shrimp and peanuts, made to order in the pok pok (mortar and pestle).  Needs chiles to balance flavors. We can make it without chiles, but it won’t be as good!

AAHAAN KAP KHAO Food eaten with rice as part of a shared meal

Yam Samun Phrai

Yam Samun Phrai

Yam Samun Phrai (Available Vegetarian) 
Thai herbal salad with white turmeric, carrot, parsnip, betel leaf, basil, lime leaf, lemongrass, sawtooth, fried shallots, cashews, peanuts, sesame seeds, dry shrimp floss, ground pork, and Thai chilies in a mild coconut milk dressing.

Yam Makheua Yao
Smoky charcoal grilled long eggplant salad with spicy dressing of Thai chilies, lime, fish sauce and palm sugar, topped with boiled egg, dry shrimp, pork, prawns, shallots and crispy garlic. Classic Central Thai salad. 

Yam Tuna
Thai-style tuna salad, with ginger, garlic, Thai chilies, green onions, lemongrass, tomatoes and Oregon Albacore in a spicy lime and fish sauce dressing. A modern Thai dish, made better with Oregon Albacore. 

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Muu Kham Waan
Heritage Berkshire pork rubbed with garlic, coriander root and black pepper, glazed with soy and sugar, grilled over charcoal and served with chilled mustard greens and a spicy chili/lime/garlic sauce. Northern Thai drinking food. 

Neua Naam Tok  
Spicy Isaan flank steak “salad” with fish sauce, lime and chili powder dressing, shallots, lemongrass, mint, cilantro and toasted rice powder. You’ll want to get some sticky rice, it’s hot.  Try it with Beer Lao! 

Het Paa Naam Tok (Vegetarian) 
Spicy forest mushroom salad with lime and chili powder dressing, shallots, lemongrass, mint, cilantro and toasted rice powder. Vegetarian version of the steak salad described above. Made with whichever local wild mushrooms** are in season.

Kaeng Hang Leh
Northern Thai sweet pork belly and pork shoulder curry with ginger, palm sugar, turmeric, tamarind, Burmese curry powder and pickled garlic.  Rich and exotically spiced, a Chiang Mai classic with Burmese origins. We import Jeng Ong brand Phong Masala, a one man, second generation maker from Mae Hong Son for this dish.

Kaeng Awm Neua 
Spicy, aromatic Northern Thai beef shank stew with dry chilies, turmeric, galangal, lemongrass, lime leaf and coriander root.  Lanna soul food! Goes well with Laap Meuang. 

Dawk Kalam Phat Naam Plaa 
Chinese flowering cauliflower stir fried with fish sauce and garlic.  Available Vegetarian or Add Pork Belly.

AAHAAN JAAN DIAW One plate meals

Khanom Jiin Naam Yaa Plaa
Coconut curry with minced fish and krachai, made with coconut milk. Served over thin rice vermicelli with house pickled mustard greens, bean sprouts, bai menglak (lemon basil), cabbage, long beans and boiled egg. Essential Central Thai dish; very aromatic and herbaceous.

Khao Soi

Khao Soi

Khao Soi Kai/Jay (Chicken or Vegetarian) 
Northern Thai mild curry noodle soup made with our secret curry paste recipe and house-pressed fresh coconut milk. Served with house pickled mustard greens, shallots, crispy yellow noodles and roasted chili paste. Typically served as a one dish meal. Chiang Mai specialty with Chinese Muslim and/or Burmese origins, depending on who you talk to. 

Khao Soi Neua 
Mild Muslim style beef curry noodle soup made with complex dry spice mixture and topped with coconut cream.  Served with house pickled mustard greens, shallots, crispy yellow noodles and roasted chili paste.  Muslim version of the iconic Chiang Mai speciality.  Less sweet, more mild and savory than the house version!  Inspired by the version served at Khao Soi Prince and Khao Soi Islam both decades old Chiang Mai institutions. 

Cha Ca “La Vong” 
Catfish marinated in turmeric and sour rice, fried in turmeric oil with scallions and dill, served on rice vermicelli with peanuts, mint, cilantro and mam nem. Our stab at the famous dish from La Vong Restaurant in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Hoi Thawt

Hoi Thawt

Hoi Thawt
Crispy broken crepe with fresh mussels, eggs, garlic chives and bean sprouts, served with Thai sriracha sauce. Thai street vendor’s specialty, popular in night markets. 

Khao Man Som Tam
Green papaya salad (papaya pok pok) served with coconut rice, sweet shredded Carlton Farms pork, fried shallots and cilantro.  

Pok Pok Special
Deep fried crispy battered chicken breast smothered in fried aromatics with a small green papaya salad (Papaya Pok Pok), sticky rice and dipping sauces.


jasmine rice
sticky rice
shrimp chips
1/4 lb house roasted peanuts with chilies and lime leaf

KHAWNG WAAN Sweet Things

Pok Pok Affogato
Condensed milk ice cream drowned in a shot of Vietnamese coffee, served with house made patangko (fried Thai-style savory crullers). 

Whiskeysoda Float
Homemade bourbon ice cream and cola float with a brace of Amarena cherries on top. 

Khao Niaw Mamuang
Sweet sticky rice with fresh ataulfo mango, pandan scented coconut cream and sesame seeds.  

About dining at Pok Pok

Most of the food here is meant to be eaten family-style with everyone sharing all the dishes on the table. Most of these dishes are best when accompanied by rice: Northern and Northeastern Thai dishes with sticky rice, Central and Southern Thai with jasmine rice. In Thailand, only a spoon and fork are used: the spoon to eat with and the fork to push food onto the spoon. We encourage you to try this method as it is the easiest way to eat many of these dishes. Some things are traditionally eaten with the hands such as grilled meat, skewers and sticky rice. Please ask your server for guidance if you wish. Chopsticks are normally used only when eating noodles, Vietnamese or Chinese food (they will be supplied if appropriate with a certain dish), however chopsticks are available upon request. Laew tae khun, khrap! (Up to you!)



Tamarind Whiskey Sour
Tamarind, fresh lime juice, palm sugar and bourbon on the rocks.

Mango Alexander
Mango, vodka, coconut cream and lime, shaken and served up.

Salted Plum Vodka Collins
Salted plum, vodka, fresh lemon juice and soda on the rocks.

Fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice with lime, Som honey drinking vinegar and tequila served up.

Pok Pok Gin and Tonic
House infused makhrut lime gin served tall with tonic.

Gin with fresh mint syrup, fresh squeezed lemon juice and a splash of soda.

Yuzu Daiquiri
Cockspur Rum, salted yuzu, lime, palm sugar simple syrup, up.

Rhubarb Blush
Aperol, gin, fresh lime and rhubarb bitters, on the rocks.

Khing & I
Mekhong, lime and house made ginger syrup on the rocks.

Lord Bergamot
Smith Teas bergamot tea infused vodka, Som honey drinking vinegar, orange liqueur and soda on the rocks.

Gin, Maraschino Liqueur, fresh squeezed lemon juice and a splash of amarena cherry juice, served up. 

Heat Ray
Tequila, Som celery drinking vinegar, fresh lime and Thai chili, served up

Umeshu Cooler
Japanese Ume Plum wine and soda served tall on ice.

Yuzu-Honey Whiskey Hot Toddy
Korean yuzu-honey “tea” with bourbon.

Pok Pok Bloody Mary
Prepared with Thai chilies and aromatics pounded in the mortar and pestle.

Vietnamese Coffee, Grown Up Style
Vietnamese coffee spiked with brandy.

Lao Saparot (shot) 
Thai style, pineapple infused rice whiskey


Pok Pok Pils brewed by Dirty Pretty, Portland, OR  
Rotating Taps-See Server
*Draft Cider 12oz


Beer Chang Thailand
Leo Beer Thailand
Beer Lao Laos
Beer Lao Dark Laos
Ecliptic Starburst IPA (Can) Oregon
Amstel Light Netherlands
Bitburger Drive (non alcoholic) Germany 


Glass Pours: Red, White, Rose, Sparkling
See Server 


Cha Manao
Thai iced tea with fresh lime juice

Cha Yen
Thai iced tea with evaporated milk

Naam Manao
Fresh squeezed limeade, Thai style.

Fizzy, sour and sweet Naam Krachiap
Thai style iced hibiscus drink

Drinking Vinegars
Pok Pok Som tamarind, pomegranate, honey, pineapple, ginger, Thai basil, turmeric, celery or apple. Mild, sweet & tart drinking vinegar, mixed with soda water. See chalkboard for seasonal Pok Pok Som flavors. Selected flavors available for sale by the bottle. See server. 

Vietnamese Coffee
Filtered Stumptown espresso with condensed milk or black. Drip-brewed to order, please allow a few minutes for the process.

Kafae Boraan Yen
Sock brewed “Ancient” Thai iced coffee with condensed milk and sugar. Made with Stumptown coffee.

Stumptown Single Cup Pour Over
Best coffee in town, brewed to order.

Steve Smith Teas
Best quality from local tea expert Steve Smith: Jasmine Pearls, Lord Bergamot, Spearmint, Meadow Herbal Blend.

Cock and Bull Ginger Beer  On draft

Soda Pop  per 16oz glass
RC Cola, Diet RC, 7-Up

Coconut “Water” 

Lurisia Spring Water, sparkling