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. For the purposes of this guide, condiments refer to sauces and seasonings like soy, fermented pastes, chile sauces and oils. And starches refer to various flours tapioca, rice and black gram, for example and ground legumes and grains.
I have been waiting a long time for this store to open and it was worth the wait. Fantastic meat department great prices seafood department is off the chain and the produce well hell yeh its very variatal and inexpensive. I love it love it love it!!!!! I've been twice and so far haven't been past the dim sum section. All I've tried have been good.
Great place, in fact, my first choice for Kim Chee. H Mart is second. Gobugi also has home made mandoo and is the only place I know that makes kimbap Korean sushi with bulgogi instead of fish
Housing costs, multiple Intel campuses and Nike HQ have resulted in the most ethnically diverse neighborhood west of 82nd Avenue. These are the stores that will keep you heading west when your fridge is empty. Karam is deli, bakery, restaurant and catering company—all under one roof. Take your purchases home or have a seat in the cafe-style dining room.