Explore culturally diverse foods at Beaverton Farmers Market
One of the more exciting aspects of Beaverton Farmers Market is the amazing array of culturally diverse foods offered!
First stop at Wafleje for a taste of the Netherlands in a buttery, warm, sweet stroopwafel: a lightly spiced sandwich cookie, baked on a special waffle iron, slit in half, and filled with a butter caramel syrup.
Find more sweet delights, savory too, at La Floridita. Cuban pastries and croquettes are signature items including the guava and cream cheese pastelitos pastry or a ham croquetas seasoned with bechamel and fried.
Maybe you're in the mood for Kalo Kitchen where Filipino and Hawaiian come together in "small plate" lunches. Local bowls are Hamakua Kalbi Short Ribs, Kolohe Chicken Satsu or Pele's Salmon Poke. All 'onolicious!
Hapa Pizza serves up an Asian-inspired Neapolitan-style pizzas cooked onsite that marries the flavors of East and West in a uniquely delicious pizza. Choose from Tom Yum Pizza, Banh Mi Pizza, and even a Korean Pork Belly Pizza.
More delectable foods from the East are Kazy's Onigiri and Not Umami's Cooking. Onigiri are distinctive handheld Japanese "sandwiches" that are tasty works of art. Not Umami's Cooking creates nourishing Japanese gyoza dishes. More than just gyoza, Not Umami's Cooking also offers cooking classes.
Don't overlook Eleni's Kitchen where Eleni Woldeyes sells Ethopian tacos! Eleni's Kitchen also sells Ethiopian spices and simmering sauces to make the perfect meal at home.
At Beaverton Farmers Market, you can meet and support these local culinary artisans, and taste their foods from different cultures, all on a Saturday…
Beaverton Farmers Market
Southwest Hall Boulevard, between Third and Fifth Streets, Beaverton