Eating Out Paleo: Olympic Provisions, Portland, Oregon

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As we pulled up to the industrial looking building that houses Olympic Provisions (the Southeast location), it suddenly struck me that we had eaten here on our last trip to Portland a few years ago! Apparently, our unconscious navigated us here again to enjoy another delicious lunch. Last time, it was a beautiful day in the middle of summer, this time it was in the midst of a snow storm!


portland oregon snow storm

The Food

Their dinner menu is filled with some fantastic Paleo options ranging from Roasted Pork Shoulder and Collard Greens Soup to Braised Beef Short Ribs and Roasted Chicken, but even their lunch menu (shown below) offers a lot of choice.
menu at olympic provisions portland oregon pdx paleo restaurant review

In particular, they have an extensive selection of delicious charcuterie!
menu at olympic provisions portland oregon pdx paleo restaurant review

I opted for a pickled egg to start, and Jeremy ordered some pickled vegetables.
Pickled egg at olympic provisions, portland, oregon paleo restaurant

Pickled vegetables at olympic provisions, portland, oregon paleo restaurant

Then Jeremy and I both ordered the Choucroute Garnie (a large bowl filled with sauerkraut, kielbasa, bratwurst, frankfurter, ham, potatoes, and grain mustard). It was quite delicious and filling!
CHOUCROUTE GARNIE at olympic provisions portland oregon paleo restaurant sauerkraut, kielbasa, bratwurst, frankfurter, ham,  potatoes, grain mustard

Our friend ordered the Seafod Paella.
seafood paella at olympic provisions, portland, oregon, paleo restaurant

Olympic Provisions is definitely a fantastic place to have a Paleo/Primal lunch, brunch, or dinner, and the warehouse space gives it a very modern, clean, and bright look.
olympic provisions, portland, oregon, paleo restaurant

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