Asian Food Markets

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the only place to shop when needing specialty asian foods for cooking. Every item I needed for my specialty dinners I have always found at the store. Prices were good and would highly recommend the store. A truly different grocery store for me when I was there and the experience was truly pleasant.

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the only place to shop when needing specialty asian foods for cooking. Every item I needed for my specialty dinners I have always found at the store. Prices were good and would highly recommend the store. A truly different grocery store for me when I was there and the experience was truly pleasant.

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This place has a wide variety of asian food. not just chinese and japanese but also some indian and filipino brands. they also have a fresh bakery with a fresh hot food. the have roast pork and chicken and other foods. the prices are great. they also have an herb shop.

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This place has a wide variety of asian food. not just chinese and japanese but also some indian and filipino brands. they also have a fresh bakery with a fresh hot food. the have roast pork and chicken and other foods. the prices are great. they also have an herb shop.

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I might empty in that no one is there. There's a lot of food and other merchandise but the isles are empty of people. I don't know if I just go there during a bad time or what. However, despite that, I love their little bakery. It's cheap and good.

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I might empty in that no one is there. There's a lot of food and other merchandise but the isles are empty of people. I don't know if I just go there during a bad time or what. However, despite that, I love their little bakery. It's cheap and good.

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I think that this market has slowly gone down the dumps. It opened nice in 05 but since then they have done little to keep it up. I still love the cooked food and variety of snacks available. It is hard to find a place that is not in Philly that sell the goods they do.

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I think that this market has slowly gone down the dumps. It opened nice in 05 but since then they have done little to keep it up. I still love the cooked food and variety of snacks available. It is hard to find a place that is not in Philly that sell the goods they do.

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This store just opened a few weeks ago, and I have already come to shop tens of times! They stock Oriental products in a nice, clean bright store. What makes me come here is the exceptional bakery, that serves all sorts of special treats like bread topped with Chinese sausage and scallions and the "service deli", a counter that serves up all sorts of Chinese prepared foods. You can have barbecue pork for $6 a pound or sesame chicken for $5.25 a pound. It is so much more convenient that eating takeout. The catch? Well this store charges more than the other Asian market down Route 70. Their produce is fresher and nicer, but most of it is a bit pricey. (They do some hot specials, but then everything else isn't so cheap.) The meat and seafood counters are immaculate. The store only has a few aisles, but they only stock what people like. I bought a gorgeous Chinese spoon and bowl from here for like $3. Also they have the whole menagerie of snacks. Be forewarned: If you aren't comfortable with slanted angle parking, don't shop here. It is a real hassle in their lot.

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This store just opened a few weeks ago, and I have already come to shop tens of times! They stock Oriental products in a nice, clean bright store. What makes me come here is the exceptional bakery, that serves all sorts of special treats like bread topped with Chinese sausage and scallions and the "service deli", a counter that serves up all sorts of Chinese prepared foods. You can have barbecue pork for $6 a pound or sesame chicken for $5.25 a pound. It is so much more convenient that eating takeout. The catch? Well this store charges more than the other Asian market down Route 70. Their produce is fresher and nicer, but most of it is a bit pricey. (They do some hot specials, but then everything else isn't so cheap.) The meat and seafood counters are immaculate. The store only has a few aisles, but they only stock what people like. I bought a gorgeous Chinese spoon and bowl from here for like $3. Also they have the whole menagerie of snacks. Be forewarned: If you aren't comfortable with slanted angle parking, don't shop here. It is a real hassle in their lot.

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