Sunday, May 17, 2009

Villebois Sunday Market's Canby Asparagus Farm featured in the Oregonian

Canby Asparagus Farms' Casa de Tamales -- its downtown Milwaukie restaurant -- was featured in the Oregonian's A&E section this week as one of the four best places in the Portland Metro area to find a tamale...and you can find them each week at the Villebois Sunday Market!

So if you live in Wilsonville, and you want great tamales (there are even two varieties with asparagus in them!), deep-fried asparagus, honking huge Spanish omelets (that are out of this world...and can feed three people), empanadas, or even your more traditional tacos, burritos, chile rellenos, and enchiladas, you don't have to drive all the way out to Milwaukie! Just come down to the corner of SW Villebois Road and SW Barber Drive between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and satisfy your craving for top-notch Mexican cuisine.

Click on the story headline below to read the full article on Canby Asparagus Farm:

Fork it over! Four great tamale joints
by Camas Davis, special to the Oregonian
Thursday, May 14, 2009 at 8:17 a.m.

Did this article make you hungry? In addition to Canby Asparagus Farm, the Villebois Sunday Market also offers high-end cuisine at affordable prices:
  • Villebois' own, the Village Waffle Baker, which has a variety of sweet and savory Belgian waffle sandwiches and paninis (they even have beignets!);
  • Ribslayer to go, which offers Italian sausage sandwiches, pulled pork sandwiches, lamb burgers...and more;
  • Lucy's Tropical Juice, which offers fresh squeezed fruit juice with fresh chunks of fruit to munch on after the juice is gone. Hot tip: the orange juice has eight -- yes, that's eight -- oranges squeezed to order (equals more than 500 mg of vitamin C); and
  • J. Gelati Italian Ice, which offers several flavors of Italian ice cream (the mango is exceptionally yummy!).

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