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
If you live anywhere in Manhattan, this is the place to get your Korean groceries. Has plenty of Korean foods you will be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. This is a tiny H-Mart, but it surely packs a punch. Minus the variety of brands, this store definitely carries whatever Korean grocery items you can possibly think of.
Great Korean market, has everything that you need. The little food court that is attached to the market was surprisingly very good and economical. Once you walk in through the parking lot, you are welcomed by an assortment of Korean snacks and banchan in the refrigerators at the entrance. This H Mart open 24 hours. VISIT SITE
They have a selection of whatever korean food items you may need as well as prepared food dishes. Among the many things I have tried are their bento style lunch boxes which are perfect for bringing to work or eat at home instead of paying a lot to have in a restauran Fresh vegetables and nice selection of fish. Good kimchi made by them. They have a fish market in the back and a ton of already marinated meats if you want to do korean bbq at home.
Ready-made, fresh Korean food, a great selection of produce, fish, and meat, just everything is amazing. All at awesome prices! Competitively priced groceries, albeit not as affordable as Main Street markets nearby. Food samples and the help staff were great for pointing out ingredients for cooking various notions at home. It's a supermarket with a small eatery in the back that happens to be awesome. VISIT SITE
Assi plaza is huge! Sells every korean item you can think of. Tons of snacks, noodles, produce, kitchen supplies, small appliances and so much kimchi. If your seeking out authentic ingredients for a traditional Korean dish then this is the place! As w most markets here there is a cris cross of Asian specialties either Chinese or Korean along w curries, regional spices, herbs, soy sauces, vinegars etc. VISIT SITE
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.
This place is a haven for deals galore. Groceries, dinnerware, etc can all be found here for prices that make western supermarkets look ridiculous. Its all things Asian, most things Chinese, and just enough English to help the non-savy customer find his/her way. This place is just wonderful. Cheap, wide selection, good quality, and just a fun store to walk around and look at the products. VISIT SITE
This is one of the best Asian supermarkets in all of NYC. They have high volume sales so everything is fresh. The cashiers are nice and fast. A lot of excellent selections on Asian vegetables, snacks, frozen foods, sauces, noodles, drinks, and a great butcher and fresh seafood section. They sell Thai, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, products aside from Chinese for years. It has a parking lot for customers at the back and a coffee shop too.