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Karam Lebanese& Syrian Cuisine

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165 reviews
|Restaurants|Portland, Oregon 97204

515 SW 4th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97204

(503) 223-0830

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Elegant and delicious Lebanese and Syrian cuisine brought to you by the original Karam owner and chef, Magdelene and co-founder Wadie. Finest Middle Eastern food based in Downtown SW Portland

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Michelle A. on Insider Pages

10 years ago

02/17/2010, 15:45 PM
Fabulous Falafel!
Diverse and wonderful menu, lovely staff, and such excellent food. They take their falafel to a whole new level... such delectable morsels of flavor! I've gone back again and again...
Walter A. on Insider Pages

11 years ago

03/29/2009, 17:42 PM
New Valentines Tradition Maybe?
My fiance and I went here for the first time on Valentines day. We hadn't made reservations anywhere and we were told this place was excellent. We randomly decided to do something on Valentines day night. They were very busy but still managed to fit us in. That alone was impressive and greatly appreciated. The food was good, different than what I normally get...but good. We really like how intimate and cozy the restaurant was. We each got an appetizer, meal and desert for around $50... we've never paid that little for a Valentines dinner in the past... we were very happy with our overall experience.
Sarah F. on Insider Pages

14 years ago

06/19/2005, 19:27 PM
Pizza. Pasta. Lebanese food?
I was intrigued by the menu of this restaurant. Never have I been to a Mediterranean restaurant that truly covered all types of Mediterranean food. If you're in a hurry, grab a slice of pizza. If you're looking to stay awhile, dine in the cafe and listen to the Middle Eastern music.
They have the best Pita flat bread I have ever eaten, probably made from the same ingredients as the pizza dough.
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