Que Sabrosa

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Que Sabrosa

Que Sabrosa

Location: N Fremont and Vancouver
Hours: M-Th, 10:30am-9pm; F/S, 10:30am-10pm; Sun, 11-7

The Story:

On a cool rainy fall Saturday night, heading to a show on the east side, I needed something to sustain me. Having skipped dinner and not wanting to sit down anywhere, I saw the bright lights of Que Sabrosa and thought – let’s get some tacos.

Que Sabrosa opened this past summer on the corner of N Vancouver and Fremont, an lot that has seen numerous businesses come and go throughout the decade. The broader area, targeted for condos and grocery stores just 3 years ago, is now a couple of large fenced off vacant lots with weeds the size of redwood forests. The cart, along with Mum’s Kitchen, are situated to create a small enclosed seating area replete with picnic tables and strung with lights so you can enjoy your food in the evening. The bright lights were what pulled me in as I was cruising down Fremont. It’s welcoming. Carts can start the revitalization.

Asada Tacos

Asada Tacos

Que Sabrosa’s menu seems huge. When I arrived, I looked at the menu and ordered a few tacos. After ordering, I saw another menu and then another and a fourth. There was so much to choose from, I am kinda glad I didn’t dilly dally and chose the tacos. Handmade tortillas are the platform for these gems. All you have to do is top it with some asada, chopped onions, cilantro and hot sauce and you have yourself a simple, yet satisfying meal. The tortilla though was the ace in the hole here, being as fresh as it was. I had planned on sharing them at the party, but alas, they were gone before I left the parking lot.

Que Sabrosa is open daily from morning to night. They offer up breakfast items along with lunch and dinner plates. The owners are welcoming, turning away from their cooking and prep to smile and welcome you with an “hola!” I’m glad the carts have landed in this lot, it is a sign that the area supports small businesses and may spur further development of the empty lots. Go visit Que Sabrosa, enjoy some great Mexican food and let them know Food Carts Portland sent ya.

Sample Menu:

  • Quesadillas – corn or flour tortilla with choice of steak, chicken, pork, beef tongue, carnitas, veggie or cheese – $3.99
  • Combo plates – choice of meat or veggie, rice, beans, tortillas – $6.50-7.75
  • Tacos – choice of meat with onions, cilantro on homemade tortilla – $1.50
  • Burritos – choice of meat with beans, rice – $4.99
  • Tamales – pork or chicken – $1.50
  • Sopes – steak, carnitas or chicken – $3
  • Horchata – med, $1.50; lg, $2

Hours: Mon-Thurs, 10:30am-9pm; Friday/Saturday, 10:30am-10pm; Sunday, 11am-7pm
Contact: unknown
Other: Credit/Debit cart accepted

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Comments

  1. my friends told me about this mexican cart on N.Fremont corner with Vancouver ave.
    I was there last week…omg!
    Quesabrosa has the best mexican food in Portland.
    the tacos with fresh hand made tortillas are so yummmmyyyy!
    if you want really good mexican food,go check this place.

  2. luis rodriguez says:

    es la numero uno

  3. Jaunito says:

    Amazing!!!! I live down the street & stopped to give it a try. So good, you must try it

  4. chixpox says:

    just happened on this place place today – so good! got a chicken burrito, chips & salsa – the burrito was huge – seriously, one of the biggest i’ve had, and delicious! the salsa was really good, too – as much chopped up avacado as tomato. sorta glad i ordered everything to go because there’s no way i would’ve been able to ride my bike back to work after all that food. one of the best burritos i’ve found in town…

  5. Bogusdaddy says:

    Quesabrosa is my new favorite Mexican food restaurant in Portland. This place serves delicious & authentic food consistently and with a smile. What more can you ask for?
    2 thumbs up…very high!

  6. With all the flair and lure that this place has I knew I had to try it out. I had high expectations as it seems to be confident in its appearance and it leads you to believe it surely must be good! I am eating my enchiladas verdes as I type this and I am unfortunately unsatisfied. Not only are the rice and beans clumpy and boring they are cooler than room temperature. The enchiladas are even cooler. I ordered cheese enchiladas and the cheese is not even melted. I would have gone to the store for a pack of corn tortiallas and bag of shredded cheese if I knew it was going to be like this. If there tortillas are homemade. . .I can’t tell because the cold, limp and lame ingredients around them are stealing the shit show!

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