Tim's Oriental & Seafood Mkt

★★★★☆
29.4998 -98.6242
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210-523-1688

7015 Bandera Rd Ste 5

San Antonio, TX

78238

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Tim's Oriental Market is nice store where you can almost find anything for those of us who like to experience with different flavors. I like the staff, as for the comment that the owner seems to not like anyone who does not speak chinese I disagree completely; I am Hispanic and he has always been very friendly, maybe a little quiet but that is his personality. Overall it is a great store!!. I have been a customer for almost 6 years and never had a bad experience.

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Tim's Oriental Market is nice store where you can almost find anything for those of us who like to experience with different flavors. I like the staff, as for the comment that the owner seems to not like anyone who does not speak chinese I disagree completely; I am Hispanic and he has always been very friendly, maybe a little quiet but that is his personality. Overall it is a great store!!. I have been a customer for almost 6 years and never had a bad experience.

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Tim's Oriental & Seafood Mkt is the only place in town that I have found dry tofu (like they use at Pei Wei). It is jam packed with all types of Asian groceries at very reasonable prices.

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Tim's Oriental & Seafood Mkt is the only place in town that I have found dry tofu (like they use at Pei Wei). It is jam packed with all types of Asian groceries at very reasonable prices.

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This grocery is packed with food. They even have a stand that sells roasted duck where you can have it whole or cut as to your preference. Parking is a bit crowded sometimes, but usually only during weekends. I like the variety of foods they carry but the owner seems like he doesn't like anyone who doesn't speak Chinese. Nevertheless, they have the biggest selection of Asian foods so this is the place to go. I believe their prices are the cheapest in town on most items. They normally receive fresh goods on Friday.

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This grocery is packed with food. They even have a stand that sells roasted duck where you can have it whole or cut as to your preference. Parking is a bit crowded sometimes, but usually only during weekends. I like the variety of foods they carry but the owner seems like he doesn't like anyone who doesn't speak Chinese. Nevertheless, they have the biggest selection of Asian foods so this is the place to go. I believe their prices are the cheapest in town on most items. They normally receive fresh goods on Friday.

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Tim's Oriental and Seafood Market is a medium-sized establishment on the scale of Miyako Mart (7271 Wurzbach Rd) being a small Asian mart and the supermarket-style Asian mart in the same shopping center as Sari-Sari Filipino Market/Restaurant (5752 Wurzbach Rd) being the largest. Tim's has a pretty good variety of food (fresh foods such as vegetables, frozen foods, and packaged foods) and products such as cooking pots and pans, as well as trinkets and videos. The prices are just about the same as the other Asian marts in town, maybe just a couple cents difference. Keep in mind that Asian products in America are slightly expensive in the first place because they're imported products and the cost of production in their countries of origin.

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Tim's Oriental and Seafood Market is a medium-sized establishment on the scale of Miyako Mart (7271 Wurzbach Rd) being a small Asian mart and the supermarket-style Asian mart in the same shopping center as Sari-Sari Filipino Market/Restaurant (5752 Wurzbach Rd) being the largest. Tim's has a pretty good variety of food (fresh foods such as vegetables, frozen foods, and packaged foods) and products such as cooking pots and pans, as well as trinkets and videos. The prices are just about the same as the other Asian marts in town, maybe just a couple cents difference. Keep in mind that Asian products in America are slightly expensive in the first place because they're imported products and the cost of production in their countries of origin.

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I'll agree that this is probably the best asian grocery store in San Antonio that I've found so far. It's a still a small market, but it carries pretty much all the essentials for most Asian cuisines from Chinese, to Korean, to Filipino, to Japanese.

It has a decent selection of frozen, dried, canned, snack items, etc. If you like ramen noodles, this could be your sanctuary, with almost 2 aisles devoted solely to different noodles. There's also a stall in the back where you can get roast duck and roast pork, which is pretty good. There isn't much of a meat/butcher area, it's mainly seafood (but I guess the name kind of implies that). It has a small section for fresh produce, but I emphasize the word SMALL.

All in all, it's a decent and fairly adequate place to pick-up most of the asian food items you can't find at HEB.

After patronizing the all encompassing Ranch 99's in California, I can't give this place anymore than 3 stars. But don't get me wrong...for San Antonio, it's a pretty good market.

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★★★☆☆

I'll agree that this is probably the best asian grocery store in San Antonio that I've found so far. It's a still a small market, but it carries pretty much all the essentials for most Asian cuisines from Chinese, to Korean, to Filipino, to Japanese.

It has a decent selection of frozen, dried, canned, snack items, etc. If you like ramen noodles, this could be your sanctuary, with almost 2 aisles devoted solely to different noodles. There's also a stall in the back where you can get roast duck and roast pork, which is pretty good. There isn't much of a meat/butcher area, it's mainly seafood (but I guess the name kind of implies that). It has a small section for fresh produce, but I emphasize the word SMALL.

All in all, it's a decent and fairly adequate place to pick-up most of the asian food items you can't find at HEB.

After patronizing the all encompassing Ranch 99's in California, I can't give this place anymore than 3 stars. But don't get me wrong...for San Antonio, it's a pretty good market.

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Best Asian grocer in San Antonio by far. They have a fantastic selection in a large, well lit, clean store with fresh produce, frozen, dry foods, fish & meats, household and decorative items. Very friendly and helpful staff. I especially loved the Peking ducks and BBQ! All my favorite different Asian specialty foods from Chinese and Thai to Korean & Japanese have been found under one roof!

5
★★★★★

Best Asian grocer in San Antonio by far. They have a fantastic selection in a large, well lit, clean store with fresh produce, frozen, dry foods, fish & meats, household and decorative items. Very friendly and helpful staff. I especially loved the Peking ducks and BBQ! All my favorite different Asian specialty foods from Chinese and Thai to Korean & Japanese have been found under one roof!

Pros: Wide variety & selection