Great food at competitive prices, if you love Japanese style rice and groceries this is the place for you. Well stocked Japanese grocery store - they have everything from bento boxes to Shiseido shampoo and conditioners. The staff members are really polite and helpful. The prices are okay, not cheap, but not outrageous. VISIT SITE
Although their groceries are a little expensive compare to others, but their products are all from Japan, and the skincare products are great. The bakery and cafe sells japanese pastries such as melon pan, strawberry shortcake, sugar toast, etc. Excellent selection of Japanese and other Asian products.They have a nice selection of sushi grade fish as well as a lot of other fresh seafood. They also had a magical wall of sauces - including every type of soy sauce, eel sauce, rice vinegar, or soup base you could ask for. VISIT SITE
This is a Japanese supermarket and deli combined. In the supermarket section, you have fresh grocery and packaged food ( think instant noodles, pockey , etc). Even though it is located in heat of Manhattan the prices are still in reasonable range compare to other Japanese supermarkets. Very cool little Japanese grocer market. In the front they have a large selection of prepared meals, both Japanese and Korean delicacies, rice balls, and sushi to go. VISIT SITE
They carry everything from vegetables, tofu, beer, candy, noodles, meat, bento & even Japanese incense!! At the front, they sell tchotchkes, like tea sets and bento boxes. All the Japanese goodies you need are available here-from beer, ramen, candies, and snacks. Prices are reasonable.
They pretty much have everything to make a Japanese meal, minus fresh seafood and meats. They sometimes have foods that you may not find in other Japanese/Asian grocers. Their cooked food is also amazing! The store carries everyday brands found in Japan as well as some hard to find specialty items. All the stuff are from Japan. Highly recommend to people who want to cook Japanese food.
Hands down, one of the best Chinese grocery store in Manhattan..This is probably the largest supermarket in Chinatown. At the front there's a bunch of fresh produce, and to the right are packaged foods. They even have a basement with miscellaneous goods like cooking equipment, utensils, household items, etc. They stock Thai, Vietnamese, and a small Korean and Japanese section) to standard American groceries (cereal, biscuits, oil, milk, etc.) to household items.
They stock Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, American, Vietnamese, Filipino (they have banana sauce here) and everything in between. It's got all your Asian supermarket staples... exotic sauces, squid jerkey, frozen dumplings, cheap 25lb bags of rice, Japanese candy, and cutlery/glassware for a deal. Large Asian supermarkets brimming with shelf after shelf of canned lychees, canned fish, ramen, soy products, jerky and all sorts of Japanese/Korean/Chinese candies and snacks.
One of the largest and probably most well known-popular super markets in Chinatown. They have an awesome selection of sauces and pastes you get from Asia and a great selection of Asian snacks! Hands down, best Chinese grocery store in Manhattan. They even have a basement with miscellaneous goods like cooking equipment, utensils, household items, etc
This is a very typical Chinese supermarket. This is part of a chain of other Great Wall Supermarketsalong the east coast and they carry a ton of things. This place is awesome. It's a supermarket but there's also a buffet style restaurant in the back. The fruit selection is located by the parking lot. It is varied and pretty fresh. Fresh vegetables are inside on big display tables. There is a fresh seafood section with live fish, crabs, frogs (yup), and shrimp. The meat section includes the area with the butchers as well as packaged items.
Fei Long has a huge parking lot, is always well-stocked on groceries, a one-stop shop, with a food court, AND boutique stores. A great place to find hard to find ingredients, cheap seafood and meats and awesome deals on produce. Huge produce section filled with fresh veggies. Fish market with weird delicacies like geoduck and snails. Butcher shop for the pork bone broth you're trying to make. Taro ice cream, frozen dumplings, Lee Kum Kee sauces, an entire aisle devoted to packaged ramen noodles. Need a wok or cheap Asian folding chairs? They've got it.