Great food and a large selection of cheeses, import and quality domestic beers too. he French Grocery, is more of a bistro/wine bar, not really a grocery, but please don't let that stop you from checking it out, because it does have plenty to offer.
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
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.
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.
Be assured: this is real ,delicious German Food. You can smell and taste the freshness of the sausages. Everyone is very friendly and knowledgeable. The quality and consistency of their sausage, lunch meats, cheeses, and other fine German products is exceptionable.
This is a very small space with authentic Japanese goods. You can actually buy bento boxes or other food items or drinks and sit down to enjoy it. It's a local Japanese grocery store! You can get basic ingredients for cooking and great bento made fresh in the store.
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.
Little India is a tiny Indian supermarket in a Plaza with a small kitchen in the back. They have very limited groceries.
A reasonable selection of traditional African groceries and products.
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.