We’ve assembled a list of AAPI-owned restaurants in Portland that are ready and excited to share their outstanding food with you! By ordering meals from these restaurants, you’ll be contributing to their success and possibly opening your eyes to new, delicious flavors. From Thai to Indian and Chinese to Hawaiian, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from for your next take-out night or dine-in experience.
Fresh, handmade noodles? Smoked meat on bahn mi? Yes, please.
Check out Mama Dut if you’re vegan craving for something Vietnamese.
For a nostalgic Vietnamese-American experience.
Kim Jong Grillin
Authentic Korean served hot and fast from a food cart.
Not your usual crepes. A food cart serving savory, keto-friendly Jian Bing crepes.
Bit House Collective
For that playful Filipino dive bar experience.
Mama Chow’s Chicken
For all your wonton, wings, and garlic noodle cravings.
Nong’s Khao Man Gai
Chicken and rice you won’t stop thinking about.
Sushi and Japanese quick-eats for takeout.
The place to go for Korean chicken and comfort food.
Where you can enjoy a Szechuan banquet in style.
Handcrafted donuts and coffee like no other.
Stretch the Noodle
Servings are huge enough for sharing, totally amazing to eat solo if you’re starving.
Kim Jong Smokehouse
A harmonious marriage of Korean street food and Southern BBQ traditions.
Burmese food with a distinct Pacific Northwest flair.
Old-school Filipino dishes with a fun and modern twist.
Frank’s Noodle House
Come for the fresh, hand-pulled noodles. Stay for everything else.
Smokin Fire Fish
Your source for local Hawaiian food.
A small vegan/vegetarian restaurant serving big Thai flavors.
For satisfying your craving for Japanese crepes and sweets. Savory is also on the menu.
Fresh Thai food, strong community vibe.
Kala Noodle and Grill
Curries, boat noodles, stir-fry, pad Thai, oh my!
Japanese comfort food made from scratch.
Serving Portland almond cookies for 27 years.
A Hawaiian dive bar with a strong rockability vibe.
When you want to experience fine dining on authentic Indian cuisine. Vegan and vegetarian options available.
Chinese comfort food served family-style.
Pai Tong Thai
Just like Grandma’s cooking… if your grandmother’s Thai.
Red Robe Tea House
For experiencing Chinese-style tea time.
Chen’s Good Taste
A modern spin on Chinese classics.
Authentic Cambodian flavors served this side of the Pacific.
Banh Mi Up
For soothing a craving for Vietnamese, whether it’s a quick bite of bahn mi or pho or a full family feast.
When you’re peckish for gyoza and other Japanese savory snacks.
When your K-drama binge makes you hungry for chocolate and pastry.
Traditional Indian cuisine served Portland casual.
This is just a partial list of AAPI-owned restaurants in Oregon. Feel free to explore what’s in your neighborhood.