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Ned Ludd is a small wood fired restaurant in the historic King Neighborhood in Northeast Portland. The menu features local, seasonal fare from a variety of local and regional suppliers — think Oregon sole and mushroom duxelle with potato, sunchokes, and gremolata and Cattail Creek lamb with charred bruss, smoked onions, lime yogurt, greens, and spices.
If you want to experience locally sourced, farm-to-table, craft cooking, the New American cuisine of Ned Ludd is about as Portland and haute as you can get. We usually share every dish across the table and have at times ordered the chef's recommendations. We leave happy and awed each time. Funky,…
Walk just 4 or 5 blocks to Ned Ledd for a warm and intimate finer dining spot specializing in wood-fire, brick oven cooking. They describe their cuisine as “New American,” and you’ll find a variety of quality ingredients lovingly prepared with that extra dash of smoky flavor from their unique way…
Ned Ludd is named after the 18th-century British anti-industrial folk legend, from which the term 'Luddite' springs. We pay homage to forgotten hand-crafted techniques and the European roots of great food and drink. Our goal is to work simply and preserve the spirit of the process. Our belief is…
Eclectic decor, but staged to fit a woodsy antique look. Drinks and food are creative takes on what the NW has to offer. Delicious. Thoughtful with every note. Nothing on the plate that didn't belong. Great for Foodies ($$$)