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LONG NOODLES.
LONG LIFE.

 

Located in Goose Hollow, Ichiza Kitchen offers vegan pan-Asian cuisine and rare oolong teas in an intimate environment.

ICHIZA MEANS ONE SITTING or the zen principle of stopping to contemplate one's path. At Ichiza, we aim to serve your entire order in one sitting, allowing you to fully experience the pairing of our food and tea.

We strive to provide non-GMO "good for you and the planet" vegan food. You are what you eat, so we love what you eat. Fake meat saves lives!

 

 

Phone

(503) 702-8374

Location

1628 SW Jefferson St.
Portland, OR 97201

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Hours

Wednesday - Sunday
Lunch 12pm - 4pm
Dinner 4pm - 10pm

Monday & Tuesday 
Closed

RESERVATIONS & Party size limitations

We do not currently accept reservations and will seat all completed parties in order of arrival. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we cannot accommodate parties larger than 6.

Press

Since opening, we have had the opportunity to serve our favorite dishes to all kinds of people,
including some food writers in the Portland area. They loved our food, and we love to share their reviews.

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Eat Like A Japanese Buddhist Monk at Goose Hollow’s Ichiza Kitchen

"Among its offerings, the all-vegan Ichiza Kitchen menu is packed with small plates like kimchi steamed dumplings, faux-chicken skewers, and pickled lotus root. A smaller offering of noodle and rice bowls comes with gluten-free options, like the fox udon, an umami-loaded dish of either udon or glass noodles with slow-cooked seasonal mushrooms, fried tofu, napa cabbage, jombu dashi, and saké broth."
 

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Ichiza Kitchen Brings Pan-Asian Vegan Small Plates to Goose Hollow

"Each meal at Ichiza Kitchen starts with oolong tea service, featuring brews with intriguing names like “blue people,” “hairy crab,” and “duck shit.” “The tea is from old practices passed down from generation to generation,” says Cyrus. “So I can’t call it organic, but I can call it ancient.” The food menu recreates the flavors and recipes of Cyrus’s childhood, using traditional “slow food” techniques and tasty mock meats distributed by Cyrus’s aunt.."