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GAYA GAYA
4.9 stars (2 ratings)

(503) 224-2164

1710 West Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97209

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January 13, 2010 @ 5:02 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Portland, OR
Unbelievable that this was the same restaurant as a few years ago. First time back 1/12/10 in at least 4 years, but I'll be frequenting the place a good bit more now. A mountainous bento, and all of it delicious.
November 3, 2007 @ 6:19 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Sellwood Area of Portland, Oregon
My wife and I "discovered" Gaya Gaya about two years ago. We have been coming back nearly every other weekend. The service is outstanding and the food is excellent. The value for our money is just great. We, and everyone else, are greeted when we enter and made to feel at home.

We have been associated with the Japanese community in Portland for nearly 40 years and over this time have eaten at many excellent Japanese restaurants. Gaya Gaya is one of the top ones. It is so good that we intend to bring a Japanese-American friend to Gaya for her 90th birthday next spring. We have taken her to other places in the past, but she has heard of Gaya and is looking forward to dining there with us.

Keep up the good work.
Thanks,
Dick and Ann Brenneke

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Avg Rating: 5  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 2

January 13, 2010 @ 5:02 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Portland, OR
Unbelievable that this was the same restaurant as a few years ago. First time back 1/12/10 in at least 4 years, but I'll be frequenting the place a good bit more now. A mountainous bento, and all of it delicious.
November 3, 2007 @ 6:19 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Sellwood Area of Portland, Oregon
My wife and I "discovered" Gaya Gaya about two years ago. We have been coming back nearly every other weekend. The service is outstanding and the food is excellent. The value for our money is just great. We, and everyone else, are greeted when we enter and made to feel at home.

We have been associated with the Japanese community in Portland for nearly 40 years and over this time have eaten at many excellent Japanese restaurants. Gaya Gaya is one of the top ones. It is so good that we intend to bring a Japanese-American friend to Gaya for her 90th birthday next spring. We have taken her to other places in the past, but she has heard of Gaya and is looking forward to dining there with us.

Keep up the good work.
Thanks,
Dick and Ann Brenneke
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January 13, 2010 @ 5:02 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Portland, OR
Unbelievable that this was the same restaurant as a few years ago. First time back 1/12/10 in at least 4 years, but I'll be frequenting the place a good bit more now. A mountainous bento, and all of it delicious.
November 3, 2007 @ 6:19 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Sellwood Area of Portland, Oregon
My wife and I "discovered" Gaya Gaya about two years ago. We have been coming back nearly every other weekend. The service is outstanding and the food is excellent. The value for our money is just great. We, and everyone else, are greeted when we enter and made to feel at home.

We have been associated with the Japanese community in Portland for nearly 40 years and over this time have eaten at many excellent Japanese restaurants. Gaya Gaya is one of the top ones. It is so good that we intend to bring a Japanese-American friend to Gaya for her 90th birthday next spring. We have taken her to other places in the past, but she has heard of Gaya and is looking forward to dining there with us.

Keep up the good work.
Thanks,
Dick and Ann Brenneke