Osaka is your one-stop shop for fresh produce, seafood, and packaged goods. There is also a nice selection of baked Asian buns, cooked steam tray counter, sushi, prepackaged precooked meals, and more. This store has everything could ever want in an asian grocery. Tropical fruits such as jackfruit, calamansi, guava, atis, lonsones, managosteen and a bunch more. Seafood and cuts of meats you only see in an Asian store, a bakery with delicious asian pastries and an awesome deli. (part of the T & T chain)
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This place is good for specialist Korean items (such as the various pickles and condiments and ready-to-use meats) but has a limited range of other Asian groceries. They have a decent stock of most of the basic Korean/Japanese items. Web site.
It's a Korean supermarket with many varieties of kimchi They also make their own tofu from organic soybeans Also great for noodles, produce, sauces, and Asian snacks. Not good for traditionally North American foods.
It's a super-concentrated Japanese grocery packed with fresh snacks and candies and anything you need for a quick, comfort meal if you're homesick and from Japan...or wish you were.You'll find a deli section and cold case snacks like dango and daifuku, and a nice selection of ramen and curries on the shelves. There's a ton of candy. They have way more Japanese snack variations than Japanese markets in New York, especially all things green tea. Web site.
The selection may not be the best. But they do make up for it in the pricing. You can find most of your Japanese cooking needs here.
They carry ingredients - fresh and packaged for cooking recipes from Southeast Asia, Japan, China, India, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean, and South America. Whether you're looking for the freshest lemongrass, fresh wasabi root, Thai basil, queso fresco and great tortillas, a variety of fresh and dried chiles, great paneer or lime and curry leaves, you can find it all in the same location. The staff at south china seas are knowledgeable and helpful. Web site.
A good range of Asian and specialty ingredients. Mixed reviews about staff and quality of take away food .Website.
This spot is a old staple in Koreatown. All the mainstream Korean items are for sale here (Kalbi, knick knacks etc etc and of course kimchi) The prices are decent. Web site for other locations
This little japanese grocery is nice to have in downtown Toronto, the inventory is not huge, but it has all the basics for japanese cooking like sushi rice, vinegar, ingredients to make dashi, or premade dashi, etc. They also have a variety of japanese snacks. Web site.
Huge selection of Asian food/grocery items. Store is well stocked, organized and clean. Separate areas for Asian fast food, vegetables, fruits, fresh seafood, meats. Web site and other stores locations
An above average grocery store with a great variety of various ethnic fares.The store is divided into "sections".....Caribbean in one area (with great Jamaican products rarely found elsewhere), Indian in another, Thai, Southern Asia in another.....great selection of items, all at a very reasonable price.A large well stocked supermarket with a take away section. Some mixed reviews! Web site.
The store has all your needs for Asian, Japanese and Korean groceries such as dry seaweed, japanese curry boxes, instant ramen, japanese sushi rice, tofu, kimchi, seaweed salad, mochi, mochi ice cream, frozen dumplings and seafood, condiments such as rice vinegar and mirin, sesame oil, wasabi etc.
A branch of the popular Jang Teu grocery story downtown on St. Catherine street. The store stocks a great range of Japanese and Korean groceries.
Miyamoto is a small and quaint Japanese grocery store. It has all the basic Japanese products. (curry, japanese mayo, seaweed, sushi knives, green tea cookies and snacks).