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.
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.
Mekong is a nice sized supermarket with a large seafood and meat counter. Dry and canned goods are plentiful. The cashiers are young, friendly, and fast. If you want to avoid the crowds, then go on weekdays. Mekong is the go-to place for all kinds of seafood especially Shrimp.This is the place for all Asian groceries and spices.They have so many varieties of Noodles alone.
Also different sea food sauces and seasonings.The fruits and vegetables are always fresh. If you don't know where to go for Asian food/ingredients go here you will not be disappointed.
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.
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.
it is a small Korean grocery store but has pretty fresh side dishes. It's not big or fancy in any sense, but they carry Korean items that are basics and necessities in Korean cooking. From in-house made kimchi (very good, btw) and banchan, instant ramen,
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.
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.
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.