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 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.
Its a grocery store/restaurant. So if you're in a hurry to buy groceries and want tp pick up dinner this is the place to do it. It has many authentic Mexican grocery items. This grocery store! Its super cheap and has yummy avocados and great marinated chicken! Mexican ingredients include crema mexicana, el vacquito crumbling cheese and mexican mozzarella cheese, pollo marinado, avocados, tortillas, bollios and pasteles (mexican pastries)
Great local market, sometimes you can feel a little intimidated being the only one who speaks English. You can't go wrong with any of their seasoned meat for fajitas or any of their fully cooked foods. In one shopping trip you can get some lemons (really good ones!), Mexican chips, a can of condensed milk, a Spanish magazine, and a taco. VISIT SITE
These should be an experience not a super market. it feels like you walk into any market in Mexico. One of the best supermarkets in Houston for Spanish products the atmosphere is great here. This place is huge there's nothing you can't find they have it all here fresh seafood fresh meat market fresh deli cold cuts fresh bakery not mention homemade tortillas hot and fresh in the bag amazin taste to them.
Great little market! Get fresh fish fried, international foods. yams, plantains, and other items. Music is always playing, and sweet aroma of good ol' Nigerian food.
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.