Review of Tempo Dulu

Peter Peter Portland Eater has reviewed Tempo Dulu.

I give Tempo Dulu my highest recommendation. I assure you that it is not just a meal, but a complete culinary experience highlighted by both eating and learning about first rate Asian cuisine using lots of local ingredients in the best and most elegant of locations. Like most Maine restaurants of any quality, there is no dress code, so you can go and relax while feeling like king for a meal. Save your money and make this place your very next special occasion go-to. You can thank me later.

This Week’s Events: Soakology, Baxter Brewing, Dutch’s at Maine & Loire

MondaySoakology is opening their new shop at 511 Congress Street.

Wednesday — the Monument Square Farmers’ Market is taking place.

Thursday — The Great Lost Bear is showcasing beer from Baxter Brewing.

SaturdayLeRoux  Kitchen is holding a wine tasting, and the Deering Oaks Farmers’ Market is taking place.

Sunday — Chefs Ian and Lucy Dutch from Dutch’s are the featured chefs at the inaugural Snack Series event at Maine & Loire.

For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.

If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.

Tempo Dulu

The Portland Phoenix has published an article about Tempo Dulu.

Take a walk or a drive over to 163 Danforth St. Look inside and see for yourself. Better yet, have a drink at the bar or enjoy the height of comfort in the lounge. Take in the smells coming from Chef Lawrence’s kitchen and allow yourself to be tempted to dine; you’ll be glad you stayed. Portland is a city that can handle high-end dining. Our residents have a sophisticated palate and our tourists come here to eat. No doubt, Tempo Dulu will be on all the top 10 lists before too long.