Slow-roasted chicken marinated in citrus, herbs, and garlic
Slow-roasted, herb-marinated pork picnic shoulder
Tofu marinated in mild spices and fried until golden
Basmati Rice and Beans
Basmati rice and beans cooked with herbs and coconut milk
Spicy Pickled Cabbage Salad
Haitian-style slaw, with shredded cabbage and carrots in homemade hot sauce
Green plantains, double fried and golden brown
Sweet Potato Salad
Boiled white and orange sweet potatoes, seasoned with chopped onion, red bell pepper, and olive oil
Kongo Pea Soup
A unique blend of pigeon peas with squash, carrots, onions, coconut milk, and herbs
Chicken Pumpkin Soup
Chicken pieces in a fresh-puréed pumpkin with potato, carrots, and herbs
About Mathilde's Kitchen
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.