If you are price conscious, you'll love Winco. Yes, the normal prices may be comparable to Walmart, but the sale prices can be unbelievable and the selection is that of a full grocery store (unlike Walmart). They have a decent selection of Mexican & Asian produce, spices, sauces, noodles, etc and the prices are very good. Bakery section is fresh and delicious, and cheaper than many other stores on many items. The bulk food aisles have a large selection of items!
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The store is like the grocery stores in NY Chinatown or grocery stores in Asian back in the old days. Great prices and you can get all the speciality ingredients that you need
Huge store with fully stocked shelves, cheaper than most Asian stores. The selection of Asian products is GREAT! The staff is quick to ring you up & the price is right.
From produce, seafood, meat, snacks, sauces, bakery, drinks (non-alcoholic and alcoholic) to Asian staples Super L Ranch Market has it all. There is a good mix of Vietnamese, Chinese, Filipino, Taiwanese and Indian to name the predominant goods they carry here. The cashiers/staff working here are very helpful and friendly. You can get all your Asian goodies here, load up on siracha, buy soy sauce by the gallon and all the chicken feet you want.
Compared to many Asian super market this one is pretty unorganized. But does carry a large selection food and sauces.The employees are usually polite. You may have to walk through every aisle to find what you need, but that's part of the adventure.
It's a massive labyrinth of goods from Korea, Japan, Indonesia, and other countries that will overwhelm the senses in such a good way. South America? They've got you covered. Caribbean? You know it. They carry grocery items for Mexican food, spices for African food, Indian groceries and hair care products, Mediterranean, Chinese, Middle Eastern and much more. Really great Beer selection. The seafood, meat, and poultry is well organized.
Its very clean, large, and has many different products. The prices are also very good compared to other international supermarkets. It's very clean and organized. It's more affordable than most of the other Asian stores.
Asiana carries a majority of Korean items though they surprisingly sell Eastern European, Indian, Filipino and Chinese food as well. Good Asian market with a wide selection of fresh vegetables, seafood.
An Asian market that contains so much exotic and abundant food it caters to all ethnicities of that of Chinese, Vietnamese, Filipino, Thai and a bit of Japanese. From frozen produce, desserts and seafood. Instant noodles, varieties of sauces, housewares and fresh produce. Mekong Plaza has all your Asian needs.
Mekong is a nice sized supermarket with a large seafood and meat counter. Dry and canned goods are plentiful. The cashiers are young, friendly, and fast. If you want to avoid the crowds, then go on weekdays. Mekong is the go-to place for all kinds of seafood especially Shrimp.This is the place for all Asian groceries and spices.They have so many varieties of Noodles alone.
Also different sea food sauces and seasonings.The fruits and vegetables are always fresh. If you don't know where to go for Asian food/ingredients go here you will not be disappointed.
Though a multinational grocery store. They carry grocery items for Mexican food, spices for African food, Indian groceries and hair care products, Mediterranean, Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern and much more. South America? They've got you covered. Caribbean? You know it. Really great Beer selection. The seafood, meat, and poultry is well organized.
The store is cozy with a lot of shelves stocked to the brim with Asian gifts, eating utensils, prepackaged foods, and sauces to name a few. The House of Rice carries predominantly Japanese foodstuffs and cookware but also has a strong showing in the Indonesian and oddly Dutch categories.
Canton Food Co. is a restaurant supply wholesale warehouse open to the public, no membership required. The shelves are well-stocked and organized, with the regular assortment of food as well as some Asian inventory It's like a Chinese Costco! Bulk produce and meats at cheap prices. For some items, you don't have to buy the whole case either but can get them in smaller packages.
Located next to Won Kok Restaurant, this store sells; fresh fish, spices, vegetables and other products you need to make yourself that meal from your favorite Asian cookbook. They have all your essentials-- canned sauces/beans/etc., bottled sauces galore, a variety of meat (especially seafood), frozen potsticker/wonton wrappers, Chinese produce, and all the super Asian snacks you grew up.
Wing Hop is a handy two-story department store for Asian goods whether you're in the market for tea, ceramics, snacks, traditional clothing, figurines, herbs, roots, a barrel of mummified sea slugs and various sorts of fungi, shark fins, and most anything in between. It's the go-to place for chinese teas, herbs, candies, cookies, etc. VISIT SITE
The prices for their produce, fruits and meats are very cheap. The produce isle has a variety of different vegetables which is just laid out in stacks to your picking. Bok choy, green onions, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage. The meat section is a active butcher shop. The butchers are always cutting or chopping something.
This is a great family run grocery store - heavy on Asian items, good cheap produce, and butcher shop. They have all the ingredients and produce you'll need to make Asian meals including Malaysian, Indonesian, Vietnameseand Chinese dishes and more. This grocery warehouse market rocks have star fruit -jujubes, mangos-durian and hundreds of different types of canned fruit. Huge selection with incredible and hard to find vegetables and cuts of meat.
Absolutely everything you need to make Sushi or other awesome seafood dishes. Their seafood is fresh and they carry a wide variety. This market is the cheapest overall for Korean meat and veggies. Great place for cheap Japanese & Korean produce! VISIT SITE
This is a great place to go to for Vietnamese/Thai/Filipino/Chinese ingredients. It smells fishy because the fish they sell in the back of the store is out in the open, lying on ice, like in your typical Asian market. The produce is very fresh and they carry all the Vietnamese groceries you wouldn't find elsewhere, like lemon grass and Thai basil.
It's cleaner and slightly larger than the older nearby markets, and prices are about the same. Cheap and quality. This place has all the typical Cambodian foods and treats. Produce and meat clean, fresh and stored properly. All your South East Asian staples are available.
Although their inventory is small, they carry your everyday South East Asian staple foods--new crop, old crop and sticky rice and stick noodles--both fresh and dry packaged. In the back of the store, there is fresh meat counter and an attendant who will cut or ground to order, frozen foods section and shelf stable meats, like chinese sausage, cambodian fermented sausage, and ballut or duck eggs.
Basically this is your one stop shop for any Chinese groceries and cooking accessories in Chicago. There is a ton of different foods, always fresh, and good. This is a good place to go for veggies, hot pot meats, meatballs, and basically any other Chinese groceries that you need. They also have a butcher with lots of meat and a big selection of anything you can think of. Hong Kong Market has a good selection of frozen food especially dumplings. It also has a nice selection of noodles and Chinese spices and sauces.
A Vietnamese market first, and Asian grocer second. Tai Nam has a wide selection of Asian products, tightly packed into aisle after aisle of happiness. The produce such as oyster mushrooms are also quite fresh and very very reasonably priced. This is another great hole-in-the-wall grocery store for your Vietnamese or general Asian desires. VISIT SITE
Everything from Thai green curry paste to Korean BBQ sauce to Vietnamese herbs, they seem to have a little bit of everything. Broadway Supermarket has a big selection of VegeUSA vegan mocked meat products in their freezer case in the back. A really top notch Asian grocery, with plenty of English for us language-challenged folks. Looking for fresh seafood, vegetables, spices and cuts of meat that don't sacrifice quality for price? They've got it.,,,Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Indonesian, Thai, Malaysian...they have everything.
They have a huge produce selection, as well as fresh fish and seafood. This place is the real deal. Excellent selection, pricing and quality. Friendly and always busy. They have a decent selection of basic Chinese / Vietnamese produce.You can find bittermelon, fuzzy gourd, bak choy, Chinese broccoli, lettuce, bean sprouts, (small and large) pea sprouts, cilantro, mint, basil, culantro, and other herbs used in Vietnamese cooking here. It's pretty well-stocked, and most items are still fresh even close to closing time.
Fat Lee Supermarket is one of the newest markets located right outside of Chinatown.The place has its own parking lot that isn't busy and chaotic, customer friendly, huge place to shop for almost all my Chinese grocery needs as well as groceriesitems to make Vietnamese food . They have a nice butcher area and a good selection of fresh fish.Their selection on vegetables is very nice, well stocked and frozen section has fair prices on frozen dumplings and boas. You'll find all your typical asian stuff here - fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and seafood from the butcher, large freezer section for your dumpling cravings, aisles of asian snacks, an assortment of ramen noodles,
The inventory is well-stocked and the aisles are neat. Excellent selection of Thai products: Soy sauces, shrimp paste, pickled veg. Good produce selection, for Southeast and Far East Asian cuisines. Nice selection of frozen seafood. The aisles are sorted (somewhat) by region and culture. They also have a great selection of fresh produce. This store is pretty clean, neat, and user-friendly. The people who work there are so nice and knowledgeable.
This is your typical Asian supermarket. It has everything you need from Asia all in one place. The cashier ladies are always friendly and cheerful. The produce section is good. Fresh and well rounded. Great place when cooking oriental food. The choice of tofu is great as are the other condiments needed. Dry goods selections are extensive enough to satisfy all Asian cultures.
Large Asian grocery store with all you need for your Asian cooking needs.You can find everything Asian: from the kinds of vegetables that are only used in Asian food to a large variety of spices. Their selection of fish and meat is great!
There are tons of fresh produce and seafood options available. Also, if you've never been before, there are plenty of Asian groceries and products available in the store: everything from actual food to rice cookers.The price is a bit higher than the Chinese markets in Boston, but the quality seems to be a bit better as well. It also has several Asian style eateries and a bakery.
A good oriental store to get your asian food essentials (asian cookware, sauces, condiments, snacks, vegies, meat, rice, noodles, frozen pot stickers etc). Cheaper than many other oriental stores.
There is a huge selection of everything, and all at very cheap prices. There was an entire isle devoted just to noodles and sauces, as well as mass amounts of pocky and other candies and snacks. There are tons of fresh veggies, as well as fresh seafood in the back. They also sell things like plates, bowls, teapots, placemats, etc. The people who worked there were really friendly.
Super 88 has the standard Asian fare that you can't find at normal grocery stores. They have a good selection of fresh (live) fish veggies and fruit. They sell everything a Chinese or southeast asian family could need.
The market itself is great. It's large in size, organized and very CLEAN! The aisles are large so you won't get cramped up if there is a large abundance of shoppers. The seafood market and butcher had a large selection of fresh meat and seafood. Huge variety of everything, alive fish, crabs, lobsters, frogs and even turtles. a lot of frozen food for everybody, cheap prices, huge parking lot and even has a foodcourt inside
The prices are really outstanding, especially for the various sauces, noodles, vinegars and oils. If you are new to Asian cooking, look up some easy recipes to start with, bring a shopping list, and you will find everything you need. Overall a great selection of Chinese food and cooking supplies, an abundance of produce, and seafood so fresh it is still living. The soy sauce selection is abundant, there are dozens of interesting juices, and the frozen dumpling selection isn't too shabby either.
Inside they have multiple whole walls dedicated to rice and aisles dedicated to noodles. They have a really big selection of cookware too. The spices/sauces/condiments are aplenty and they have a very nice selection of produce and meat/fish. They even have a prepared food corner and herbal medicine corner. The only thing that may be a little lacking is their frozen section. The staff are nice too and it's not too messy inside like some other Asian markets.The meat section is questionable, but the fish area typically has a lot of fresh seafood.
Fei Long has a huge parking lot, is always well-stocked on groceries, a one-stop shop, with a food court, AND boutique stores. A great place to find hard to find ingredients, cheap seafood and meats and awesome deals on produce. Huge produce section filled with fresh veggies. Fish market with weird delicacies like geoduck and snails. Butcher shop for the pork bone broth you're trying to make. Taro ice cream, frozen dumplings, Lee Kum Kee sauces, an entire aisle devoted to packaged ramen noodles. Need a wok or cheap Asian folding chairs? They've got it.
They stock Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, American, Vietnamese, Filipino (they have banana sauce here) and everything in between. It's got all your Asian supermarket staples... exotic sauces, squid jerkey, frozen dumplings, cheap 25lb bags of rice, Japanese candy, and cutlery/glassware for a deal. Large Asian supermarkets brimming with shelf after shelf of canned lychees, canned fish, ramen, soy products, jerky and all sorts of Japanese/Korean/Chinese candies and snacks.
One of the largest and probably most well known-popular super markets in Chinatown. They have an awesome selection of sauces and pastes you get from Asia and a great selection of Asian snacks! Hands down, best Chinese grocery store in Manhattan. They even have a basement with miscellaneous goods like cooking equipment, utensils, household items, etc
The store carries all your fresh Thai basics - kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, galangal, thai basil, bamboo shoots, etc.They sell different kinds of curry paste that's easy to prepare and taste good too. Great store specializing in Thai products. Owner is very pleasant and incredibly helpful. While the store is awfully small, they carry to most important Thai ingredients, VISIT SITE
This place is a haven for deals galore. Groceries, dinnerware, etc can all be found here for prices that make western supermarkets look ridiculous. Its all things Asian, most things Chinese, and just enough English to help the non-savy customer find his/her way. This place is just wonderful. Cheap, wide selection, good quality, and just a fun store to walk around and look at the products. VISIT SITE
This is a very typical Chinese supermarket. This is part of a chain of other Great Wall Supermarketsalong the east coast and they carry a ton of things. This place is awesome. It's a supermarket but there's also a buffet style restaurant in the back. The fruit selection is located by the parking lot. It is varied and pretty fresh. Fresh vegetables are inside on big display tables. There is a fresh seafood section with live fish, crabs, frogs (yup), and shrimp. The meat section includes the area with the butchers as well as packaged items.
This is one of the best Asian supermarkets in all of NYC. They have high volume sales so everything is fresh. The cashiers are nice and fast. A lot of excellent selections on Asian vegetables, snacks, frozen foods, sauces, noodles, drinks, and a great butcher and fresh seafood section. They sell Thai, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, products aside from Chinese for years. It has a parking lot for customers at the back and a coffee shop too.
A great Asian grocery store with a parking lot and it is hard to find street parking in this neighborhood. Great values and hard to find ingredients. Cheap produce and a good fish and meat counters. The fish selection is vast and cheap- very fresh! This place has a great selection of Asian groceries, including Vietnamese coffee, which is always hard to find for some reason. It's clean and relatively calm, but sharp elbows are useful…
Typical Chinatown grocery that happens to have a great selection of Southeast Asian products. You can get your Thai curry paste here for half the price of Whole Food. Amazing place for anything Vietnamese. This place kicks ass for a quick find everything you need Pan Asian-Chinese-American.
Chai Hong sells Asian groceries with a concentration on Southeast Asian (Cambodian in particular). You can buy lots of spices and herbs that aren't found in chinatown and the large chinese-vietnamese stores on Washington ave. Diverse selection of south east Asian fruits, vegetables and herbs.
You will find quail, chicken, and duck eggs. This place really does have all the assortment of goods you need to make Asian cuisine, whether its Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Koreans, or Indonesian(probably more, There is even half an aisle devoted specifically to japanese goods.This place has everything you need for your Asian kitchen. Prices are good and they have a wonderful bakery around the corner with the best Bon Mei ever.
This is a hole-in-the-wall convenience store with a surprising selection of gourmet items, surprisingly reasonable prices, and Vietnamese hoagies to boot!
This is an Asian supermarket with fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, dry and cooked foods. The products focus seems to be more Vietnamese than Chinese.
Asia Supermarket does encompass Asian foods and chinaware.The prices are good, the produce is (mostly) good, and the selection is by far the best in Philly's Chinatown. If you want a specific type of soy sauce or chili sauce or bok choy, this is the place to get it.
Very convenient location and it seems cleaner than most other grocery stores in Chinatown. They stock quite a variety of Asian snacks, candies and drinks. It is a bit more expensive than other grocery stores in Chinatown but at the same time, more fresh. It's no H-mart/Han ah Reum but still...good for what it is
This place is consistently being restocked daily & they are not like other supermarkets where they put out all the older stuff first & hide the new stuff. The new stuff will become old stuff & look rotten!
King Market is a traditional green grocer, the same as can be found on almost every street in every city and village in China and around the rest of Asia. Everything is fresh, well presented, and out on the sidewalk where the natural light lets you see exactly what you are buying. Terrific source for exotic fresh fruit at very fair prices.
They have a good selection of Vietnammese, Chinese, and Thai groceries.
They have a good range of Chinese and South East Asian groceries, in particukar Thai.
Every inch is bursting with product.Their selection of greens is ridiculously cheap and the quality is also decent. If you need basic stuff and some not too basic stuff (like shittake mushrooms), you can find it here for pretty cheap.
Full service deli, produce, cold drinks, snacks, home products, candy, coffee, and seating. This place is like Whole Foods with more asian stuff, frozen dumplings and chinese ice cream too! Also a great Italian section, organic and special pasta (what corner store carries organic farfalle??) and bottled gourmet tomato sauce ALSO every kind of canned tomato style- whole, peeled, crushed, diced, you name it!
Cheapest food shopping in the area if you need fresh food such as vegetables, seafood, meat etc. they also have a great selection of healthy foods such as raw nuts, seeds and berries for pretty cheap. An enormous selection of quality fruits, vegetables and the walls are lined with a wide variety of meats ... duck, pigs feet/legs, whole chickens and breasts/etc. and of course beef in every variety.
They have greast prices on Asian staples, including sauces (soy, oyster, chili, Mirin, rice vinegar, Sriracha), seasonings and bullions, and dried noodles. They have frozen seafood, meats, and other Asian prepared meals,
A wonderful place to stock up on Asian sauces, seasonings and ingredients (ramen, noodles, frozen treats). Also fresh veggies & meats (a little pricey) They also have stores inside the market that sells different Korean products(beauty/clothes/bedding/bakery/bank/etc.) They also have a large selection of various fresh meats/poultry/seafood and fruits/vegetables.
This place has just about everything oriental. Lite on Japanese but plenty of Vietnamese and others. This place is a Vietnamese market, but you can find most Asian products here. They have fresh seafood, regular and Asian fruits and vegetables, a selection of meat, rice, Asian and American seasoning, alcohol beverages, dinnerware, and many more. VISIT SITE
The produce section is like a dream. You can find all the traditional American produce, along with all sorts of Asian delights. The grocery aisles includes bins of fresh tofu, 50 yards of instant noodles, everything you could ever imagine in a can, Asian candies, and tea galore. The primary reason customers arrive here is the store's sheer size and variety of Asian based goods. So, as expected, they have a large variety of cheap green veggies, and others. The place stays very busy and somewhat clean.
Viet Hoa has similar prices to what you'd find in the other Asian markets, but they make an effort to maintain their property and storefront. Their prepared foods section is also very clean and affordable!! The seafood is always fresh (live and frozen are available). They have a vast international inventory to accommodate Houston's diversity! VISIT STORE
At TECA, they specialize in providing varieties of pure organic premium tea, tea wares, knowledge and experience to customers for maximum fulfillments of mind, body and soul. A wonderful store for affordable tea and spices. All kinds of apparatus for tea as well. This is one of the few places to get authentic Chinese/Taiwanese tea in the whole state of Texas. This place is great, they were very helpful, friendly, and patient in explaining the different teas. VISIT STORE
Good place to go if you need asian ingredients. They have a lot of the same brands and variety as the other locations in Houston,just not as many different products/variety but for a smaller location it will do. Overall it's a good place if you live in the clear lake area to go if you need an Asian specialty item. Kroger-sized Oriental grocery with exotic Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Indonesian and Malaysian spices. Produce selection is great and the prices pretty reasonable
This supermarket is a nice place to shop for Asian foods, Middle Eastern and other products. They are also small food and drink places located inside so you can grocery shop and then grab a bite on your way out. They have fresh exotic fruits, fresh and frozen fish, goat, rabbit, duck, duck TONGUES, every kind of rice, noodle, sauce, candy, and a million other things that are so hard to find in many US cities.
The place to come for Asian, particularly, Korean and Japanese groceries. Great seafood selection, not just for Koreans. The produce and seafood sections are also of exceptional quality and set up quite nicely. They stock all manner of Japanese groceries (mirin, shoyu, togarashi, miso paste), and of course have an excellent Chinese section too. Meat and produce simply cannot be beat for variety, quality, and price. VISIT SITE
Their produce is super fresh and very very reasonably priced. There is also a huge selection of fresh fish and other meat. they have such a HUGE selection of vegetarian stuff, including faux meats, veggie dumplings of various flavors, pancakes, and other appetizers which normally only come in either pork or chicken or shrimp varieties! Everything you need is here. VISIT SITE
Their vegetables are fresh and well priced, meat is fresh and plentiful, and the Korean music playing over the speakers make it all the better! . Large parking area, people are friendly, everything is marked and priced. Good selection of Korean and Asian groceries.
This is probably one of the cleanest Chinese groceries in Houston. The seafood section is extensive from all types of fresh (and live) sea creatures. The meat section carries many different types of meat. The fruits and vegetable section is also clean and organized. The shelves are fully stocked with Chinese groceries from many regions of Asia.
It has the cheapest prices, feels the most authentic, has food samples on the weekends, has cheap to-go food stations, and has an awesome tea aisle. Located in Chinatown, but it carries various brands and unique items targeted towards the Asian community and still leaves room to showcase American products as well. This market is a bit on the smaller side, including selection. They have freshly made dimsum on Saturday, which is totally a plus.