We have a wide selection of products and delicacies imported from many countries, including China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and Indonesia. Fresh beef, pork, chicken and duck are cut to order in our meat department. Select live fish, lobsters, crabs, frogs and other seafood from our fully stocked tanks.
At home, I am the cook of our family. I also do all the grocery shopping. Great value.
This is a wonderful place to have a meal and then go shopping for groceries. In the food court, there are a variety of hot Asian Korean foods from ramen, sushi, bibibop, and fried chicken. There is also a bakery on site full of delicious Asian pastries. The market is full of fresh produce and seafood.
The Orient Shop wins for us in terms of size and variety. We like Kohinoor for its central location and its huuuuge variety of spices. The garlic naan they have in the frozen section is delicious and they have some fresh naan on occasion too.
There has been and will be additional major improvements to the store and we intend to continuously increase our inventory selection as well as expanding our Thai Menu for Dine-In, Carry-Out and Delivery. We grow our own herbs and spices right out back so we can cook with the freshest ingredients possible in our authentic Thai Restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. We will be almost doubling in size so we can carry a larger selection of international items to satisfy more cultures and cuisines.
An Asian supermarket is a category of grocery stores in Western countries that stocks items imported from the multiple countries in EastSouth and Southeast Asia. Supermarkets in Asia generally except for the Middle East have no equivalent to the "Asian" supermarkets of the West; foodstuffs in each respective Asian country have vastly different regulations and supply chains from one another, so stores are localized for each country's tastes and only carry locally approved items for that market. Examples of this: seaweed snacks, originate in Japan where they are salty or savory, in Thailand they are often spicy and locally produced.
Before I begin, I have a confession to make: I am in love with Asian supermarkets. But have no fear. Many people know this as the star ingredient of bubble teaa Taiwanese tea drink that has become exponentially popular in recent years despite its inception in the s. When it comes to buying condiments at an Asian specialty store, it is nearly impossible to go wrong.