The store has everything that Filipino's would need to make classic dishes ranging from sauces, vegetables, meat, and fish to Filipino specific ice cream, desserts, and other Filipino branded items. If you want fresh whole seafood, this is the place to go. Their meat selection (beef, pork, poultry) is amazing quality, it's crazy how fresh & picture-perfect they look. VISIT SITE
Five stars for being the only fully-stocked-with-everything Filipino store on the Westside! This store stocks basically anything and everything you need to cook your favorite Filipino dishes. Great place with a great range. I highly recommend it.
They have a unique selection of exotic fruits straight from the Philippines, great produce, fantastic seafood/butcher/etc., all the asian/filipino goods you could ask for. You will be able to find Asian and American foods, too. The Pinoy standards of lumpia, swiss rolls, ube and fresh seafood is plentiful. You needed to make pancit...they had all the ingredients. VISIT SITE
Truly an aunthentic filipino food place with such friendly, generous and fast service. There's a small grocery store inside in case you need to do a little shopping. The butchers in the fish/meat section are friendly and will cut your meat the way you ask depending on what dish you plan to make.
They have all kinds of Filipino goodies and specialties on the aisles and in the freezer cases. They have an excellent selection of whole fish and other sea foods, It has everything that you need to prepare a good Filipino meal. The cool thing about this place is that the meat is always fresh. The meat butchers behind the counters will cut or slice your meats however way you ask them to.
This easily missed Filipino market deli is mix of fast food, slow food and soul food. Arko is a good place to get our cooking supplies, rice and other things need in the kitchen and house. It's a great grocery store to fulfill all your Filipino food needs, fresh fish needs, and prepared dinner needs. VISIT SITE
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.