Note: It's time for another edition of Street Food Profiles. This week we scoot to the street food mecca of Portland to meet a Scottish lad who started a chippy on wheels. [Photographs: The Frying Scotsman Fish and Chips] Name: The Frying Scotsman Fish and Chips Vendor: James King, owner and chef Twitter: @frying_scotsman Location and hours? My trailer is parked in the garage of an established gallery and frame shop in the industrial area of NW Portland on 22nd and Raleigh called Katayama Framing. I am open Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., sometimes later on Saturdays. What's on the menu? Fried cod and chips (the current bestseller), haddock and chips, halibut and chips. People also like...
The Frying Scotsman
Our Tip Classic British Fish & Chips downtown cart owned by a Scotsman. Fish options include fresh halibut, mahi mahi and more.
I'd argue that the best way to eat in Portland, Oregon is by visiting the city's many food carts. If you've ever doubted that street food could be serious food, these carts will convince you otherwise.