Oyatsupan Bakers brings traditional Japanese and Western baking to Beaverton with delicious, made-from-scratch treats. The inventive pastries incorporate a myriad of flavors, including matcha melon, curry and red bean.
Oyatsupan Bakery…what a huge disappointment! Had their egg-lettuce-tomato-cheese sandwich that had the most minimal filling possible and rather tasteless. Here is an idea: Why not charge a fee bucks more and put something in the damn thing? The pastries looked good but were a let down as well. The Matcha Croissant had very little flavor as did the weird matcha bun. Only the red bean filled bun was worthwhile. Mediocre coffee too. If you have never been to a real, good Japanese bakery, (for a non-traveling American) you might be impressed by the unusual offerings , but otherwise this place is like a sad imitation of what great Japanese bakeries are actually like.
The baked goods were interesting and tasty and the self-serve style and general atmosphere was a unique change of pace from the typical coffee date. A friend took me here and it was an excellent choice as I generally love Japanese pastries but had no idea this place existed.
Comparable to Bakeries in Japan.....EXCEPT the price!
We had been looking for a good Bakery and our experience from visiting or being from Japan was that Japanese Bakeries really put out good pastries without being "over-the-top" sweet. We got quite a variety of from savory to sweet. We also purchased a Cheesecake was different in the bottom part was a cake type with the cheese part on top. Very good! This was one of the closest to Japan as far as sweetness and taste but price was higher. The Cream Puff (Custard filled) were the cheapest we purchased and they were not good taste. The 3pc cookies (labeled Matcha or Sable) were also not so special. We will be back again but not so often with these prices. The Service was excellent!
Delicious Japanese Bakery
I came here with my dad to pick up some pastries for breakfast as my parents like this bakery. I have visited Japan and love Japanese food so I was excited to try this. I got the curry doughnut, katsu kare pan, and the am pan. The curry doughnut had a crispy outside and a soft inside with a wonderful tasting curry filling. The katsu kare pan had a pork katsu in the middle of a bun with curry below the pork and what looked like katsu sauce on top. The an pan is a bun with azuki bean paste inside and a little sesame seeds on top. Everything I tried was delicious and would definitely recommend. We got there right when they opened so there was a wide variety to choose from.
My daughter recently moved to Beaverton and we had breakfast here. Delicious fare, savory pastries, everything beaautiful in it's presentation and flavor. Try this bakery, it is lovely.