Wing Hop is a handy two-story department store for Asian goods whether you're in the market for tea, ceramics, snacks, traditional clothing, figurines, herbs, roots, a barrel of mummified sea slugs and various sorts of fungi, shark fins, and most anything in between. It's the go-to place for chinese teas, herbs, candies, cookies, etc. VISIT SITE
Located next to Won Kok Restaurant, this store sells; fresh fish, spices, vegetables and other products you need to make yourself that meal from your favorite Asian cookbook. They have all your essentials-- canned sauces/beans/etc., bottled sauces galore, a variety of meat (especially seafood), frozen potsticker/wonton wrappers, Chinese produce, and all the super Asian snacks you grew up.
Canton Food Co. is a restaurant supply wholesale warehouse open to the public, no membership required. The shelves are well-stocked and organized, with the regular assortment of food as well as some Asian inventory It's like a Chinese Costco! Bulk produce and meats at cheap prices. For some items, you don't have to buy the whole case either but can get them in smaller packages.
Absolutely everything you need to make Sushi or other awesome seafood dishes. Their seafood is fresh and they carry a wide variety. This market is the cheapest overall for Korean meat and veggies. Great place for cheap Japanese & Korean produce! VISIT SITE
This is a great family run grocery store - heavy on Asian items, good cheap produce, and butcher shop. They have all the ingredients and produce you'll need to make Asian meals including Malaysian, Indonesian, Vietnameseand Chinese dishes and more. This grocery warehouse market rocks have star fruit -jujubes, mangos-durian and hundreds of different types of canned fruit. Huge selection with incredible and hard to find vegetables and cuts of meat.
The prices for their produce, fruits and meats are very cheap. The produce isle has a variety of different vegetables which is just laid out in stacks to your picking. Bok choy, green onions, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage. The meat section is a active butcher shop. The butchers are always cutting or chopping something.
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.
It's cleaner and slightly larger than the older nearby markets, and prices are about the same. Cheap and quality. This place has all the typical Cambodian foods and treats. Produce and meat clean, fresh and stored properly. All your South East Asian staples are available.