The Best Foods in Beaverton: 4 Restaurants Everyone Should Try
Unleash the foodie in you by trying out the many different eats in Beaverton. Here we've collected a list of four interesting spots to check out.
Eating is one of the best activities in the world, after all, who doesn’t love food? Unleash the foodie in you by trying out the different restaurants in Beaverton. Whether you want to go out and have fun with your friends, family, or take yourself out on a date, it’s always good to have a guide on the top places to visit and eat in. Read on to find out the places you mustn’t miss out on while in Beaverton.
1. Gyro House Mediterranean Grill
Head over to Gyro House Mediterranean Grill for some of the best Mediterranean food in the city. A great appetizer to try out would be the basket of cheese fries. It’s always served hot and with lots of feta cheese and spicy garlic sauce. You also must not miss out on the terrific hummus and freshly baked pita bread. You can tell that the hummus is made fresh daily. It’s texture is silky smooth and has amazing taste. For some comfort food, order the lentil soup. It’s served with a wedge of lemon and all the ingredients mesh perfectly well with one another which create a great flavor that will make you want for seconds. Try out the lamb gyro with tzatziki and for only $0.50, you can add some feta cheese. The Chicken Shawarma has just the right amount of curry and garlicky taste with a bit of lemon. Generous portions, pocket-friendly prices and most importantly, amazing taste and flavor in all their dishes. With all these factors, there’s no reason to not love Gyro House Mediterranean Grill.
530 SW 205th Ave
Beaverton, OR 9700
Phone: (503) 690-1700
They have a delicious spaghetti made with eggplant, crab, onion, and a bunch of other fixings. It’s well-prepared and with how good it is, it’s gonna take a lot of self control to not eat it all at once. Are you up for an adventure? Try the beef short ribs which is braised in espresso (yes, the coffee) and served with dried prunes and drizzled in creamy spaetzle. It is marvellous and hands down one of my favorites. If you’d like something a little healthier, I recommend the mushroom salad with celery, truffle oil and shaved Parmesan cheese. You should also try the signature polenta fries. You’ll know after one bite why it’s their signature dish. Decarli is a nice, upscale restaurant located in Downtown, Beaverton and one wort visiting.
4545 SW Watson Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005
3. The Fireside Grill
The Fireside Grill is a pub for those 21 and over (sorry kids, come back when you’re 21). They have food that’s far better than traditional pub food. There’s a beautiful patio and it’s a dog-friendly restaurant, so feel free to bring your furry friends. There are water bowls for them upon arrival, leash hooks, and the staff seem to be very fond of dogs. Now for the food. The Fireside Burger looks like it contains over 2,000 calories but it looks and tastes like the perfect burger. Local hand-pressed beef, house cured bacon, premium cheese, and fried egg, just looking at it will get you salivating. Another outstanding dish is the chicken tenders dipped in waffle batter and drizzled with hot maple syrup. Do you want to save a few bucks? For only $8, you can have bottomless mimosas. Make sure to leave some room for dessert! The Stout Brownie with ice cream is sweet, delicious, and full of melt-in-your-mouth goodness.
8136 SW Hall Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97008
4. Beaverton Sub Station
Head over to Beaverton Sub Station for some high-quality sandwiches at reasonable prices. If you’re a carnivore, you’ll love the three-car sandwich with ham, turkey, and roast beef with bacon, and most of us would agree that everything tastes better with bacon. Car means meat by the way in case you’re wondering why they call it a three-car sandwich. It’s also stuffed with lots of lettuce, onions, tomato, provolone cheese, and other spices. The bread is a tasty bakery roll found down the street at Beaverton Bakery. You can even opt to have as much as a six-car sandwich with different meat combinations. It has almost everything a sandwich could have including banana peppers and horseradish. Scrumptious meats, produce, cheese, and a satisfying amount of lettuce, onion, and tomato, plus, it’s not overly-dressed with too many condiments and you’ve got one of the most satisfying subs out there. The foundation of a good sandwich is fresh bread and they source theirs everyday from Beaverton Bakery and add all the high quality meats, cheeses, oil, and vegetables and you got yourself one fine sub.
12448 SW Broadway St
Beaverton, OR 97005
Phone: (503) 641-7827
There you have it guys. The top 4 restaurants in Beaverton shouldn't miss out on. I hope you found this guide useful and enjoy your stay in this wonderful city.
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