With nearly 50 different Asian grocery stores scattered across the Portland area, it can be hard to know where to start if you're looking to cook something new. We spent two days exploring -- driving from Vancouver to Southeast Portland, Gresham to Hillsboro -- to visit all 49 and counting stores and discover what ingredients were stocked in their aisles. If you're looking for a certain ingredient, you'll likely find it somewhere inside one or more of these 10 stores, depending on cuisine.
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You can find almost anything in the Portland area, if you know where to look. With 45 and counting Asian grocery stores across the Portland metro area, finding ingredients for cooking nearly every cuisine on the continent has never been easier. We spent two days exploring — from Vancouver to Southeast Portland and Gresham to Hillsboro — to visit all 45 stores and discover what ingredients were stocked in their aisles. For each store, we've provided a basic outline of available goods, as well as a summary of the cuisine each is best for.
This is a great Asian supermarket to go to. It's primarily Vietnamese and in the heart of the jade district. I mainly go here for produce which they have large quantities of and is fresh and reasonable pricing.
To be honest, I've only gone to the supermarket and Meianna bakery. There are many other shops They have everything Asian food wise and everything else.
Daryl Lau sank a large cleaver through a glistening side of crispy-skinned pork with rhythmic thunks as a diverse crowd of shoppers at Oriental Food Value gathered around a brightly lit case of roasted meats. His uncle shuffled in and out of the roasting room behind the L-shaped meat counter, checking on four whole roasted pigs finishing in the oven. Lau's dad stamped price tags on packets of noodles a few aisles over while his mom and aunt checked customers out by the front of the store.
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