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.
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
This is a Korean Market,but there are plenty of Asian items that it's hard to find anywhere else. Inside this market, there is a pharmacy, cosmetic area, restaurant and bakery. Their seafood department is fantastic, clean and fresh. A lot of the staff though speaks mostly Korean and a little bit of English. Many gluten-free options, including sweet potato starch noodles and acorn meal.There is a small restaurant inside the supermarket that sells Korean dishes.
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.
Staff is friendly and helpfull and would reccomend to check out if you are looking for Fijian and South Asian goods..
This place had everything as far as middle eastern spices. Halabi beber (Aleppo Pepper), dried mint (nane), sumac, lentil, cumin, and all at reasonable prices. Great variety of fresh spices at very good prices! It is a bit of a hole-in-the-wall but well worth venturing in and poking around. It's got just about every spice you'd need. It's also got frozen basturma and soujouk, pomegranate paste, an endless array of jams, jellies, and dried fruits, and a decent selection of Greek, Armenian, and Middle Eastern cheeses.
They have endless shelves of spice mixes and ready-made curry sauces, lots of dried goods like lentils and rice, and an assortment of cookies and imported household products. They have all the spices you'll ever need to make an authentic Indian meal at home.... In bulk. The prices were great on spices and about what you'd expect for canned items.
They have endless shelves of spice mixes and ready-made curry sauces, lots of dried goods like lentils and rice, and an assortment of cookies and imported household product. Large selection of ethnic foods, but not so much on the candy and snacks.
A quality Indian spice and foods store. Excellent costumer service. It's quality products at inexpensive prices, excellent and especially knowledgeable service, and great freeway close, mid-valley location (along with Mani's mom's excellent Samosas).