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!
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!
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.
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.
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
Small restaurant and grocery store with traditional food and groceries.