Olympic Provisions SE

Olympic Provisions SE has a great brunch menu

Olympic Provisions SE has a great brunch menu

107 SE Washington St
Portland, OR
(503) 954-3663
Olympic Provisions

This was our second visit to Olympic Provisions, but just our first visit to the SE location. I added it to my list 9 Breakfasts I’m Excited About just so I could checkout the other space.¬† I have to say I loved this location. It truly feels like a hidden gem, mostly because it’s really hidden. You aren’t even really sure you are entering into the right door of what feels like a warehouse, but it leads right to it. Inside it’s truly a Portland restaurant with it’s funky look that is all it’s own. A wall of cocktails and canned goods along with the huge MEAT sign. Tons of bar stools up front with a view of the action, and lots of tables aligned along the wall.

Eggs Benedict from Olympic Provisions

Eggs Benedict from Olympic Provisions

Olympic Provisions has one of my most favorite Eggs Benedict in town. I had ordered it before with ham, but this time (yes I checked the menu to make sure I didn’t want anything else) I ordered it with smoked trout! Off the charts amazing!

Kielbasa hash from Olympic Provisions SE

Kielbasa hash from Olympic Provisions SE

The Kielbasa hash is also another huge contender. It’s served in a large bowl and loaded with flavor. It has a good base of potatoes, which is key to a good hash.

Brunch at Olympic Provisions. Biscuits & Gravy

Brunch at Olympic Provisions. Biscuits & Gravy

This time we also tried the Biscuits and Gravy. I really liked them, even though I’m not a huge fan of biscuits and gravy. My son said they were some of the best he had. (He’s on a mission to find some in Portland that are as good as Word of Mouth).

All I have to say is another great meal at Olympic Provisions. I liked the SE location better, my husband prefers the NW. All that to say, you can’t go wrong with either location. Now to add them to my dinner list. I have not had dinner here yet.

  • ¬†Atmosphere is a great looking industrial space. They warmed it up with a huge wall of liquor and canned goods.
  • Prices are $13 for the Eggs Benedict, $9 for Biscuits & Gravy and $12 for Hash.
  • Services was stellar. Everything was kept full, questions were answered and they were on top of everything.
  • Drinks were Steven Smith tea and stumptown coffee. I also noticed quite a beer list, so I do need to go back for dinner.
  • Olympic Provisions is located on SE 2nd & Washington.¬† There is also a NW location.

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