Highland Orient Food Mart

★★★★☆

About Highland Orient Food Mart

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  • Convenience Stores
  • Ethnic Goods
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  • Oriental Food Products

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I've always lived in Northwest Indiana, and until my family discovered Mitsuwa Marketplace in Arlington Heights, we always visited this little store. (By the way, it is actually quite a tiny store, but useful)

Since then, it's where we always go on quick trips, since Highland is so much easier and quicker for us to get to.
The store has always had a nice selection of Japanese and Korean food staples. (Miso, tofu, rice crackers, kim-chi, imported tea, soy sauce, etc.)

The prices may seem high, but really, they're pretty fairly prices. (In Meijer in Merrillville, a 5 lb bag of Botan rice is 21.99, while in the Oriental food, it's about 25 bucks for a 16 - 20 lb bag.

Prices do fluctuate a few dollars here and there though) There's frozen, refrigerated, dried, and even fresh ingredients, and the selection varies depending on the season or the owner's preferences. I've always had a good experience with the store.

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★★★★☆

I've always lived in Northwest Indiana, and until my family discovered Mitsuwa Marketplace in Arlington Heights, we always visited this little store. (By the way, it is actually quite a tiny store, but useful)

Since then, it's where we always go on quick trips, since Highland is so much easier and quicker for us to get to.
The store has always had a nice selection of Japanese and Korean food staples. (Miso, tofu, rice crackers, kim-chi, imported tea, soy sauce, etc.)

The prices may seem high, but really, they're pretty fairly prices. (In Meijer in Merrillville, a 5 lb bag of Botan rice is 21.99, while in the Oriental food, it's about 25 bucks for a 16 - 20 lb bag.

Prices do fluctuate a few dollars here and there though) There's frozen, refrigerated, dried, and even fresh ingredients, and the selection varies depending on the season or the owner's preferences. I've always had a good experience with the store.

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This is the only Korean food market in this area. They have all the necessities, but not a whole lot more. The prices are just a little higher, but that is to be expected. Works when you don't want to drive to Chicago or Schaumburg.

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★★★☆☆

This is the only Korean food market in this area. They have all the necessities, but not a whole lot more. The prices are just a little higher, but that is to be expected. Works when you don't want to drive to Chicago or Schaumburg.

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