Grand Asia Market
This is a regular stop for me. Their products are excellent and at below average price, with an amazing variety of oriental greens, and lots of other interesting produce. The tea selection is fantastic, again with very good prices - for example many hundred tea bag boxes ranging from $3 to $6. It's a cheerful, busy place, and one easily feels at home. Not everything is a great price, but the mainstays definitely save money.
A friend referred me to this place mostly for buying sea food. After my first visit, I felt very satisfied with this place. Compared to most other Asian markets carrying sea food, this place was clean. I could see shrimps, pampanos, red snappers, sharks, salmons, mackerels, whiting, crabs, oysters, lots of live fishes and interestingly frogs (haven't seen anywhere else) You can pick your fish. Also the folks who clean and cut check with us multiple times if the size they cut are okay for us, in case we ask for steak cuts. I have never seen such patient butchers anywhere else. I will surely recommend this place to anyone particularly to pick seafood.
Definitely can find hard to find items here. Just wish it was a but cleaner and organized. Staff is friendly, prices are great too.
Great Asian market. They had everything I was hoping to find, sauces, noodles, a wide variety of produce, fresh fish in tanks ready to be picked, interesting and fun snacks, a bakery with boba, dim sum and a hot plate deli too! Yeah, we're going back and next run I'll be snapping some pictures to share.
It really is grand! It has alot of amazing foods and two cafes, one for pastries and one for full meals. I recommend this to anyone who wants to shop for exotic groceries or just enjoys trying new foods and looking around