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12 Exemplary Restaurants in Beaverton

Find the best restaurants on Portland's westside

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Samuel Vazquez, owner of Boriken
| City of Beaverton/Official

It’s no secret some of the area’s most interesting restaurants reside in Beaverton, especially for diners burnt out on hype and chasing the new in the city. Some are family-run spots hidden within the suburb’s sprawling strip malls while others are out in the open waiting to be discovered.

Head to the westside for hard-to-find Puerto Rican food, Chinese hot pot, Mexican ice cream, Indian sweets, Korean delicacies of all stripes, and more ramen than imaginable.

Know a tucked-away restaurant that deserves to make the next map update? Give it some love in the comments. P.S. Hillsboro and its increasingly well-known Indian and Mexican food will be featured in a future map. (Note: The points on this map guide are not ranked; rather, they’re organized geographically.)

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Apna Chat Bhavan

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1815 NW 169th Pl Ste 6020
Beaverton, OR 97006

This family-run restaurant nails the well-priced, fast-casual corner of the Beaverton Indian food scene. Popular dishes include the many-plated thali platters, the complex curries, snacky chaat, and lacy dosas. Visitors should be prepared for a fast-food atmosphere—Apna Chat Bhavan is part counter-service restaurant and part grocery store.

2. India Sweets & Spices

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16205 NW Bethany Ct #110
Beaverton, OR 97006
(503) 690-0499
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India Sweets & Spices has much in common with Apna Chat Bhavan due to its grocery store/counter-service restaurant hybrid model. They both also serve chaats and thalis, as well as bature, a fried puffy bread served with chickpea curry. But India Sweets & Spices is not the spot to go looking for dosas and other South Indian specialties here; this place is Punjabi-owned. What they do have is mithai, those often syrup soaked, sometimes colorful, fudgy Indian sweets that aren’t often found in the Portland area. Treats like burfi, rasgulla, ladoo, and kajoo rolls are available by the pound. 

3. Taste of Sichuan Beaverton

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16261 NW Cornell Rd
Beaverton, OR 97006
(503) 629-7001
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Taste of Sichuan, a sprawling restaurant with numerous round tables topped with lazy susans for large groups, balances Americanized and more traditional Chinese plates. The fantastic soup dumplings or chow mein with hand-shaved noodles are always reliable, but those feeling adventurous can order from The Wild Side menu. The popcorn chicken-like chong qing hot chicken offers the tongue-numbing power of sichuan peppers, while other Wild Side staples include sour and spicy jelly fish, chili sauce-marinated fu chi beef, and Sichuan-style crab, made with live crab.

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4. Oyatsupan Bakers

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16025 SW Regatta Ln
Beaverton, OR 97006

Oyatsupan, an airy, upscale bakery, makes a wide array of traditional Japanese breads, pastries, and sandwiches. Pastries are often as fun as they are delicious, like the the chocolate cornet, filled with chocolate-custard cream and finished with frosting eyeballs so the whole delicious thing looks like a surprised caterpillar. Those looking for something savory can find items like a tonkatsu sub with fried pork filet or the kare doughnut, filled with beef curry.

5. Ikenohana

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14308 SW Allen Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 646-1267
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Syun gets a fair amount of westside attention, but that’s Hillsboro — Ikenohana is Beaverton’s sushi. Minimal with wood paneling and a wood-slat ceiling, Ikenohana straddles the line between traditional Japanese decor and 1970s rec room. The restaurant offers the classic tick-the-sushi-boxes ordering style and beautiful presentations, and offers bento boxes and izakaya plates, from tonkatsu to udon noodles.

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6. Borikén Restaurant

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12800 SW Canyon Rd
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 596-3571
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The Pacific Northwest isn’t exactly a hotbed of Caribbean cuisine, but if the urge for tostones or arroz con pollo hits and El Coquí is inaccessible, there’s always Borikén, a casual restaurant that transmits the tropics with its lime green and sunny orange palette. The mofongo is a standout, a dish of fried plantains mashed with chicharrones, often formed into a softball-sized orb, and topped with meat or seafood. Here, it is served in a traditional pilón de madera (wooden pestle) and fillings of choice are piled in. It’s best with a few dashes of mojo de ajo added.

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7. Ome Calli

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12795 S.W. Canyon Road
Beaverton, OR

This from-scratch ice cream stop that stands out on Canyon Road with its brightly painted exterior and Aztec god mural has classic flavors as well as cream and ice pops (paletas) packed with Latin American fruit like guanabana, zapote, guava, and mango. Pick from the menu or just peer into the refrigerated cases at the counter and see which frozen treat appeals. Ome Calli also makes a Mexican specialty, chamoyada: a styrofoam cup rimmed with lime juice and chile powder is filled with shaved ice, then a paleta gets thrown in for good measure and the whole thing is topped with chamoy, a salty, sour sauce made from pickled plums and chile powder. Pulparindo, Tama Roca, and other tamarind candies come on the side.

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8. Decarli

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4545 SW Watson Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 641-3223
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Decarlil is the area’s go-to fine-dining restaurant, and it delivers the candles, brass chandeliers, and refined service, with classic Italian antipasti, pastas, and secondi. For a low-key pit stop, Decarli also has a happy hour every day of the week (and all-day Sunday) with discounted cocktails, pizzettas, meatballs, polenta fries, calamari, and more. 

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9. Nak Won Korean Restaurant

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4600 SW Watson Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 646-9382
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Nak Won has been running since 2001 with huge variety of Korean staples, including an incredible seafood pancake. The menu is accessible with dishes named like When Miss Piggy Met Hot Potato and Ice Ice Babe and includes everything from dumplings to kimchi stew to table-top Korean barbecue. The room is a little dark (the ceiling is low and painted black) but it never feels cramped and is brightened by K-pop videos playing on wall-mounted TV screens. 

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10. Du Kuh Bee

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12590 SW 1st St
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 643-5388

Often with lines to prove it, Du Kuh Bee stands out among Beaverton’s concentration of high-quality Korean restaurants for its hand-pulled noodles — it’s a dish worth ordering again and again without it getting tired. Spice-fiends, will love it here, as they can any dish as hot as they like it. The restaurant is a little narrow and cramped, so make like a local and get on the list for a table.

11. Little Sheep

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3861 SW 117th Ave A
Beaverton, OR 97005
(971) 238-9798
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Sharing the same strip mall that used to house Jin Wah (r.i.p.), Little Sheep is the first Oregon outpost of a Chinese hot pot chain. The restaurant is big — 210-seat big — and modern. Diners can go à la carte or all-you-can-eat, and just need to fill out a card with what they want to dip into the bubbling broth. The yin-yang soup base is exemplary, with one side chili-oil-fiery, the other mild and milky, spiked with goji berries and jujubes.

12. Yuzu

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4130 SW 117th Ave Suit H
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 350-1801

Kizuki Ramen and Ramen Ryoma are worthy places to get a Japanese noodle fix in Beaverton, but Yuzu with its counter seating and slightly hidden location, an unremarkable storefront with dark windows and no obvious signage next to a video lottery parlor, feels the most like visiting Japan. A few izakaya starters are available, as well as multiple styles of ramen. The signature is the Kakuni ramen with a rich tonkotsu base, bamboo shoots, pickled ginger, wakame, a slice of chasu, plus stewed chunks of pork belly if that wasn’t enough. 

1. Apna Chat Bhavan

1815 NW 169th Pl Ste 6020, Beaverton, OR 97006

This family-run restaurant nails the well-priced, fast-casual corner of the Beaverton Indian food scene. Popular dishes include the many-plated thali platters, the complex curries, snacky chaat, and lacy dosas. Visitors should be prepared for a fast-food atmosphere—Apna Chat Bhavan is part counter-service restaurant and part grocery store.

1815 NW 169th Pl Ste 6020
Beaverton, OR 97006

2. India Sweets & Spices

16205 NW Bethany Ct #110, Beaverton, OR 97006

India Sweets & Spices has much in common with Apna Chat Bhavan due to its grocery store/counter-service restaurant hybrid model. They both also serve chaats and thalis, as well as bature, a fried puffy bread served with chickpea curry. But India Sweets & Spices is not the spot to go looking for dosas and other South Indian specialties here; this place is Punjabi-owned. What they do have is mithai, those often syrup soaked, sometimes colorful, fudgy Indian sweets that aren’t often found in the Portland area. Treats like burfi, rasgulla, ladoo, and kajoo rolls are available by the pound. 

16205 NW Bethany Ct #110
Beaverton, OR 97006

3. Taste of Sichuan Beaverton

16261 NW Cornell Rd, Beaverton, OR 97006

Taste of Sichuan, a sprawling restaurant with numerous round tables topped with lazy susans for large groups, balances Americanized and more traditional Chinese plates. The fantastic soup dumplings or chow mein with hand-shaved noodles are always reliable, but those feeling adventurous can order from The Wild Side menu. The popcorn chicken-like chong qing hot chicken offers the tongue-numbing power of sichuan peppers, while other Wild Side staples include sour and spicy jelly fish, chili sauce-marinated fu chi beef, and Sichuan-style crab, made with live crab.

16261 NW Cornell Rd
Beaverton, OR 97006

4. Oyatsupan Bakers

16025 SW Regatta Ln, Beaverton, OR 97006

Oyatsupan, an airy, upscale bakery, makes a wide array of traditional Japanese breads, pastries, and sandwiches. Pastries are often as fun as they are delicious, like the the chocolate cornet, filled with chocolate-custard cream and finished with frosting eyeballs so the whole delicious thing looks like a surprised caterpillar. Those looking for something savory can find items like a tonkatsu sub with fried pork filet or the kare doughnut, filled with beef curry.

16025 SW Regatta Ln
Beaverton, OR 97006

5. Ikenohana

14308 SW Allen Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97005

Syun gets a fair amount of westside attention, but that’s Hillsboro — Ikenohana is Beaverton’s sushi. Minimal with wood paneling and a wood-slat ceiling, Ikenohana straddles the line between traditional Japanese decor and 1970s rec room. The restaurant offers the classic tick-the-sushi-boxes ordering style and beautiful presentations, and offers bento boxes and izakaya plates, from tonkatsu to udon noodles.

14308 SW Allen Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97005

6. Borikén Restaurant

12800 SW Canyon Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005
boriken Krista Garcia

The Pacific Northwest isn’t exactly a hotbed of Caribbean cuisine, but if the urge for tostones or arroz con pollo hits and El Coquí is inaccessible, there’s always Borikén, a casual restaurant that transmits the tropics with its lime green and sunny orange palette. The mofongo is a standout, a dish of fried plantains mashed with chicharrones, often formed into a softball-sized orb, and topped with meat or seafood. Here, it is served in a traditional pilón de madera (wooden pestle) and fillings of choice are piled in. It’s best with a few dashes of mojo de ajo added.

12800 SW Canyon Rd
Beaverton, OR 97005

7. Ome Calli

12795 S.W. Canyon Road, Beaverton, OR

This from-scratch ice cream stop that stands out on Canyon Road with its brightly painted exterior and Aztec god mural has classic flavors as well as cream and ice pops (paletas) packed with Latin American fruit like guanabana, zapote, guava, and mango. Pick from the menu or just peer into the refrigerated cases at the counter and see which frozen treat appeals. Ome Calli also makes a Mexican specialty, chamoyada: a styrofoam cup rimmed with lime juice and chile powder is filled with shaved ice, then a paleta gets thrown in for good measure and the whole thing is topped with chamoy, a salty, sour sauce made from pickled plums and chile powder. Pulparindo, Tama Roca, and other tamarind candies come on the side.

12795 S.W. Canyon Road
Beaverton, OR

8. Decarli

4545 SW Watson Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005

Decarlil is the area’s go-to fine-dining restaurant, and it delivers the candles, brass chandeliers, and refined service, with classic Italian antipasti, pastas, and secondi. For a low-key pit stop, Decarli also has a happy hour every day of the week (and all-day Sunday) with discounted cocktails, pizzettas, meatballs, polenta fries, calamari, and more. 

4545 SW Watson Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005

9. Nak Won Korean Restaurant

4600 SW Watson Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005
nak won Krista Garcia

Nak Won has been running since 2001 with huge variety of Korean staples, including an incredible seafood pancake. The menu is accessible with dishes named like When Miss Piggy Met Hot Potato and Ice Ice Babe and includes everything from dumplings to kimchi stew to table-top Korean barbecue. The room is a little dark (the ceiling is low and painted black) but it never feels cramped and is brightened by K-pop videos playing on wall-mounted TV screens. 

4600 SW Watson Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005

10. Du Kuh Bee

12590 SW 1st St, Beaverton, OR 97005

Often with lines to prove it, Du Kuh Bee stands out among Beaverton’s concentration of high-quality Korean restaurants for its hand-pulled noodles — it’s a dish worth ordering again and again without it getting tired. Spice-fiends, will love it here, as they can any dish as hot as they like it. The restaurant is a little narrow and cramped, so make like a local and get on the list for a table.

12590 SW 1st St
Beaverton, OR 97005

11. Little Sheep

3861 SW 117th Ave A, Beaverton, OR 97005

Sharing the same strip mall that used to house Jin Wah (r.i.p.), Little Sheep is the first Oregon outpost of a Chinese hot pot chain. The restaurant is big — 210-seat big — and modern. Diners can go à la carte or all-you-can-eat, and just need to fill out a card with what they want to dip into the bubbling broth. The yin-yang soup base is exemplary, with one side chili-oil-fiery, the other mild and milky, spiked with goji berries and jujubes.

3861 SW 117th Ave A
Beaverton, OR 97005

12. Yuzu

4130 SW 117th Ave Suit H, Beaverton, OR 97005

Kizuki Ramen and Ramen Ryoma are worthy places to get a Japanese noodle fix in Beaverton, but Yuzu with its counter seating and slightly hidden location, an unremarkable storefront with dark windows and no obvious signage next to a video lottery parlor, feels the most like visiting Japan. A few izakaya starters are available, as well as multiple styles of ramen. The signature is the Kakuni ramen with a rich tonkotsu base, bamboo shoots, pickled ginger, wakame, a slice of chasu, plus stewed chunks of pork belly if that wasn’t enough. 

4130 SW 117th Ave Suit H
Beaverton, OR 97005

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