Sure, everyone loves jerk chicken, but there’s so much more to Caribbean cuisine not often served in the United States. Mathilde’s Kitchen is adding a touch of Haiti to the Portland, OR food scene with a menu chock-full of authentic, home-cooked dishes packed with bold flavors typical of the region. The City of Roses is a mecca for foodies, and avid eaters don’t want to miss this cuisine.
Mathilde’s serves platters that provide everything you need in a meal: protein, veggies, and carbs. You can grab a chunk of roasted chicken marinated in a rich mix of garlic and citrus for a full-bodied flavor. Vegetarians can enjoy a plate of rice and beans seasoned up with a herbal tomato sauce. Fan of beef? Try the be-all, end-all of meats with a piping hot oxtail stew served up in a fragrant, flavorful broth. Getting hungry? Then stop by Mathilde's Kitchen or book 'em for your next event. Either way, you'll be more than happy with this delicious international fare.
Griot Plate — A Haitian delicacy featuring pork marinated in a Scotch bonnet pepper sauce that adds an eclectic flavor that’s spicy, fruity, and sweet all at the same time.
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