Churchgate Station serves a family-style set menu.  There may be small changes due to the availability of local product. Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase.

At this time we are able to accommodate vegetarians and gluten-free diners with 24 hours notice.  We do cook with butter and milk. Please let us know in advance by contacting us at info@churchgatestationpdx.com.

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April 19-20 & 26-27

$45 - 7pm

Green Garlic Rasam Peppery green garlic and tamarind broth Baguette toast

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Macher Chop Fish and shrimp cakes with chutneys and fresh turmeric pickle

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Karnataka pork curry Slow-cooked pork shoulder with asparagus and basmati rice

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Cardamom Kheer Rice pudding with rhubarb and ajwain crumble

Masala Chai


May 3

$125 - 6pm

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A benefit for No Kid Hungry and Chef Cycle

Today nearly 1 in 6 kids in America do not know where their next meal will come. No Kid Hungry is an organization that tackles this problem and helps feed those in need.

Each May myself and other Portland food professionals take part in Chef Cycle, a 3 day, 300 mile bike ride supporting No Kid Hungry.

On May 3rd Churchgate Station will host an all-star 6 course dinner raising funds for this cause. 100% of ticket sales will go towards supporting Chef Cycle and No Kid Hungry. Drinks and gratuity included.

The chefs: Rick Gencarelli - Grassa and Lardo Thomas Pisha-Duffly - Gado Gado Chris Diminno - Trifecta Matt Christianson - Urban Farmer Krista Anderson - New Seasons Market Troy MacLarty - Churchgate Station and Bollywood Theater

Thank you to the chefs, volunteers and sponsors for making this possible!

And thank you, dear diner, for supporting such a worthy cause! No Kid Hungry, your $125 will help provide 1250 meals for kids in need.


May 4

$90 - 5:30pm

Street Food Cooking Class!

We're excited to have a kitchen in which we can finally hold cooking classes for the public!

In this first class Bollywood Theater chef/owner Troy MacLarty will guide you through the making of some of BT’s most popular street food items...kati rolls, bhel puri, samosas and vada pav.

This class will include recipe discussion, hands-on cooking, a couple drinks and a sit down meal from what we've made. We'll finish up with "chai pani," a combination of masala tea, lively discussion and cookies.


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