My last couple days in Portland have been an adventure of trying as many places to eat before moving on to a new city, ready to explore. One place that I read about, that locals claimed had amazing breakfast sandwiches, is "The Big Egg" cart in Historic Mississippi area. I ventured there on a cold morning, after work in late January only to find that they closed for the month and would return in February to serve up their famous sandwiches. So last weekend, on a gorgeous, sunny Saturday morning, I drove across the 30 hwy bridge to try this again. There were more people this time, enjoying the sunshine and getting a late breakfast at one of the many carts there. When I got to the window, I told them it was my first time there and what do they recommend? There are about 5 choices, one being a wrap, the others, sandwiches, with the choice of meat, vegan option also available. They have a seasonal sandwich that looked amazing, but they said that the most popular was the wrap. I decided to do as the locals do, go for the wrap. Yay! There is a 45 minute wait. Well as I have seen with Oregonians, they don't mind waiting for good food, even from a food cart. I was up for it, especially since it was such a beautiful day, I preceded to waited in anticapation.
Well, it was worth the wait. It was hot, tasty flavor, good texture, and not too much of anything standing out. Those who know me, know I don't like anything overpowering another flavor. Usually it's the "too much bread" that tends to over powers anything else; texture, flavor and mouth feel. This did not have any of that. It is a little messy, but what's that phrase, "If it don't get all over the place, it don't belong in your face." So true here. If you are ever in the Portland area, you should have breakfast with the Big Egg.