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.
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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.
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.
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.
hey have all the Fillipino goodies, that you would expect in a store like this. Clean and organized. But don't expect too too much. After all, it is a MOM AND POP shop.
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.
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.
They have a unique selection of exotic fruits straight from the Philippines, great produce, fantastic seafood/butcher/etc., all the asian/filipino goods you could ask for. You will be able to find Asian and American foods, too. The Pinoy standards of lumpia, swiss rolls, ube and fresh seafood is plentiful. You needed to make pancit...they had all the ingredients. VISIT SITE
They have all kinds of Filipino goodies and specialties on the aisles and in the freezer cases. They have an excellent selection of whole fish and other sea foods, It has everything that you need to prepare a good Filipino meal. The cool thing about this place is that the meat is always fresh. The meat butchers behind the counters will cut or slice your meats however way you ask them to.
Truly an aunthentic filipino food place with such friendly, generous and fast service. There's a small grocery store inside in case you need to do a little shopping. The butchers in the fish/meat section are friendly and will cut your meat the way you ask depending on what dish you plan to make.
This easily missed Filipino market deli is mix of fast food, slow food and soul food. Arko is a good place to get our cooking supplies, rice and other things need in the kitchen and house. It's a great grocery store to fulfill all your Filipino food needs, fresh fish needs, and prepared dinner needs. VISIT SITE
The store has everything that Filipino's would need to make classic dishes ranging from sauces, vegetables, meat, and fish to Filipino specific ice cream, desserts, and other Filipino branded items. If you want fresh whole seafood, this is the place to go. Their meat selection (beef, pork, poultry) is amazing quality, it's crazy how fresh & picture-perfect they look. 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.
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.
Five stars for being the only fully-stocked-with-everything Filipino store on the Westside! This store stocks basically anything and everything you need to cook your favorite Filipino dishes. Great place with a great range. I highly recommend it.
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.
This isn't your typical cafe.....its more of a filipino grocery store/filipino restaurant.
It's a small grocery store with a back section that has an opening where you can order/pick up food. Definitely the place to go to for awesome home cooked Filipino food. They also have some Asian grocery items but are very limited.
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.
They have the full assortment of Filipino groceries and bakery items, as well as an excellent take-out counter (many choices of freshly-prepared dishes). Yes, the store looks old, and yes, you will likely wait in line for a little bit, but so what? The place has character, the workers are friendly, the prices are reasonable, and the food is fantastic. Great place to stock up on Filipino/Asian items. They carry: mixes, desserts, sauces, frozen stuff (like wonton wrappers), etc. They also have their own meat/fish section.
3 R Filipino Grocery and Restaurant is a great place for authentic Filipino food. There are 2 sections of the store. One side is a grocery and the other is a restaurant. Shop for fresh mango nectar, snacks such as wasabi peas , shrimp chips, dried mangos, and you will love the Pan de Sal (filipino slightly sweet bread) made fresh daily.
This tiny Pinoy (Filipino) grocery store has a decent selection of packaged food, big bags of rice, some frozen items, and a few fresh items. Usually they have freshly-made ready to eat food such as lumpia for sale as well. Proprietors are very friendly. The store is organized and well stocked on basic Filipino staples.
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.
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.
If you are looking for a great supply of (not just Chinese) Asian ingredients (Thai eggplant to frozen kaffir lime) and supplies (from mortar-pestles to bamboo rice steamers) you will not be disappointed (after braving through the gates). If you want to have Indonesian spices and goodies, come to Topline. You also can get Thai, Philipino, and other exotic SE Asian condiments and ready-to-eat snacks.
Every kind of flour, bean, ready made bread, spice, chutney and more your heart could ever desire. The produce is amazing and is the best in the area. Find vegetables and various ingredients used in Filipino cooking which is great! Plus all the Indian products and goodies. Best store for authentic Indian dry goods and produce. VISIT SITE
Its a market-grocer and restaurant type of joint thats family run. Food taste authentic and home made, and you can even request what type of dish you would like made in advance (if you know what day you'll be back). Get some of their filipino pastries and pancit canton while youre at it! Everything you need from back home is here!
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
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
This mini grocery store has almost all the shelved groceries (no produce) you need to make a home cooked dish. Pancit bihon and canton noodles, eggroll wrappers, the BIG rice sacks, the "real" filipino corned beef (not to be confused with Libby), pan de sal, pan de coco, otap, pre-seasonings for lazy days, siopao, etc!
They have everything that a Filipino would like such as mixes for soups, chips for the kids and even bakery items. A pretty good frozen section, even have silly leaves. Lot of Filipino items. Balikbayan boxes. Jingo is where I go to get my Balut when I have a craving for it. You can also find great snacks like shrimp chips, banana chips, and squid jerky.
Small restaurant and grocery store with traditional food and groceries.