New Hour in September 2014

We are expecting our third child in September and we decided to close on Sunday for family time. Starting on September 7th is when we will be closing on Sunday.

Thank you for  your support and understanding. 

 

 

 

 

Delicious Donuts - 12 SE Grand Ave. Portland, OR


Donut Delivery Service in Portland

Portland Pedal Power offers sustainable delivery of Delicious Donuts via bicycle to your home, office, or even a park! Please click on the logo to place your order online and have donuts delivered for your next breakfast or office meeting.

 

 

 

Special Event Orders

We can help you plan a perfect treat for your special occasions! From weddings, birthday parties, retirements, or potlucks. 

Please contact Penny at 503-888-8648 or email Deliciousodnutspdx@gmail.com for more information.


Devour Magazine


Delicous Donuts

[BAKERY] There’s a good reason the trashy Plaid Pantry strip mall near the east end of the Burnside Bridge is swamped with cop cars every morning. That’s when Portland’s finest grab their daily fix of Boun Saribout’s truly perfect doughnuts. “It’s a sketchy corner. Nobody thought we’d make it more than three months in this location,” admits the Laos native, who opened his shop in 2005 with his bubbly wife, Penny Nguyen. “But the neighborhood kept us alive.” That’s an understatement. Saribout now fries up about 1,000 doughnuts a day, and most of those are usually gone by 10 am. (He makes 200 dozen just for the Bridge Pedal every year.) You won’t find off-the-wall or fancy flavors here, just consistently great crisp, fresh, sugary standards. Much of the shop’s business comes from special orders worker bees pick up from counter master Nguyen on their way to their downtown offices ($4.50 half dozen, $7.95 baker’s dozen), or boxes of huge “Bad Boy”-size apple fritters and fruity bearclaws for the neighborhood construction workers ($7.45 half, $11.95 bakers dozen). New Seasons Market recently started selling Delicious Donuts, too.“I like the chocolate bars—they’re fresh,” says Portland Police Officer Tim Lowry, a decade-long regular who still grimaces when he hears “cop” and “doughnut shop“ in the same sentence. “I try to embrace the stereotype.”

 

Grocery list: Crunchy apple fritters, fragrant blueberry doughnuts and the best plain cake doughnut in the universe. In you want a dozen or more, place your order the day before unless you enjoy disappointment.

 

KELLY CLARKE



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BY BEN WATERHOUSE, KELLY CLARKE & AARON MESH | bwaterhouse at wweek dot com, kclarke at wweek dot com, amesh at wweek dot com

[October 20th, 2010]

 

Delicious Donuts
The trashy Plaid Pantry strip mall near the east end of the Burnside Bridge is swamped with cop cars every morning, as Portland’s finest grab their daily fix of Boun Saribout’s truly perfect doughnuts. The Laos native now fries up about 1,000 doughnuts a day, and most of those are usually gone by 10 am. You won’t find off-the-wall or fancy flavors here, just consistently great crisp, fresh, sugary standards, ($4.50 half dozen, $7.95 baker’s dozen), huge “Bad Boy”-sized apple fritters and fruity bear claws ($7.45 half, $11.95 baker’s dozen). 12 SE Grand Ave., 233-1833.