|Address:||1580 E 30th St, Cleveland, OH 44114, USA|
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Expired food everywhere. I started to have interest in Asian cuisine for two years and I was lucky enough to make some Asian friends. A lot of them recommend me to Park to Shop. However, I found a lot of the ingredients I need are already EXPIRED. my asian friends said they were ok with it because there is no better Asian town in Cleveland. Resigned Asians. Be cautious the next time you go there, the sauce, soy sauce, garlic sauce, seaseme sauce for hot pot, majority of them are already expired. When I ask the owner, he told me "if you are not willing to buy it, others will. put it back where u find it. thank you". Expired food, meat, seafood,etc. No wonders the Asian babies had extremely large head on the news. the food their ancesters ate are already gone bad. Pray for them. Hopefully there would be new and better Asian market.
This place is run by a bigit Chinese who promote bullying by his staff while he watch on the surveillance system to enjoy the reaction that he would like to get, but when it backfire, he finally appear from his hole to wish one person happy Chinese new year to ease his idle conscience. I had done some video recording there for a potential lawsuit that would surely require him to have heavy legal representation or run back to China to do his spying from there. Most of his staff are professional, the rest he train to be bullies and unprofessional customer service reps. He got to go somewhere.
A Private User
This is an impressively large Asian (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) grocery on the near east side of downtown Cleveland, next to (and connected by a walkway to) Asian Plaza on Payne Avenue, which has a number of small stores featuring Asian (primarily Chinese) products. If youre looking for a place to buy fresh durian and winter mellon, or a tray of frozen shumai for a party, or any of a large number of imported products, this is the place. It also has a small take-out counter serving prepared food, so you can also grab some dinner to go.
A larger version of your typical east Asian grocery store. Pros: cheap produce, great selection of dried and canned goods, decent soy sauce and rice selection, easy access from the highway. Cons: not the cleanest store, buns for sale are not great (go to Koko Bakery just down the street if youre looking for baked goods), long checkout lines, cramped parking lot. Protip: theres a whole back room intended as a restaurant supply store - if you need kitchen gear or bulk goods at low prices consider checking it out.
Good prices and selection of food, though most things you could alternately get at a mainstream grocery store like milk & eggs are going to be cheaper there. The $0.79 buns are really good, two pork buns is a very filling lunch. Great restaurant supply section. Produce and fish sections smell rotten though, better cleaning of those sections would improve the store drastically. EDIT: Noticed flies in with the buns today. BIG ones. Place needs to get sanitary.
Its a place to find new and exciting Asian foods for us locals. Its really a fun place and its inside like a mini mall that covers quite a bit of your needs .Sometimes it gets super full with other culures and groups. It seems a little intimidating because you could feel out of place however no one is paying you any attention outside of them running a business. Its ok shop and explore and you may open yourself to something different .
A Private User
The place is pretty big. I mean duh its a supermarket. The section where theres the fish and meats, really smell. Probably because they sell live (and dead) frogs/toads. I have bought some stuff that I wish I never bought from there. Some of their stuff are expired and not removed from the shelves. I suggest you to check the expiration date before buying an item from there. I would say this place is okay. 3/5.
Dont use your credit card in this place!信用卡被这个超市偷偷扣钱，我买了一百多块的东西用信用卡被银行拒绝了我就用现金支付了，结果过两天发现信用卡被他收了钱
Kitty Cat Sweetheart
I went here, today, with my mom! :) Truthfully, weve only been there, twice, but its a really cool store! ^.^ They have a wide variety of Asian food and the prices arent too bad. :) However, the only thing I dont like about the store is that I think the staff could be friendlier. So does my mom. Then again, we didnt interact with them, today, so... Other than that, its great!
I spent many years in China, and since coming back to the States, I have not found a better store for Chinese products in the area. I live in Akron, so it tells you something that I am willing to drive up to Cleveland for this store. It has more than just food, too; the back room is full of Chinese products (bowls, soup spoons, woks, etc.). Decent prices as well!
A Private User
I have stopped in several times and found many interesting surprises. The pork sticky buns in the bakery are great. The Vietnamese sandwiches are a nice change (and cheap too). Their roast half duck or roast pork are great ways to grab dinner on your way home. I think you can even get rice and sides at the counter too.
Not Impressed. Have lived in many places with an H Mart or an Assi--those are incredible and clean. This market is dingy and frankly a bit disgusting. Prices werent great either. I just moved to Cleveland and have loved everything here--except the mainstream supermarkets. This one was no doubt the worst.
Pros: Good Collection of Seafood and local fish, along with the Asian grocery items. Cons: People behind the fish department doesnt know english at all, making it very hard for customer even to make them understand simple question like "Do you have Buffalo fish?"
If you are in need of Asian groceries, THIS is your one-stop shop. You can get standard vegetables, frozen and dry foods that range from Chinese to Thai to Indian, and there is a somewhat wholesale section that has all kinds of kitchen dishes and material.
Wide variety of Asian foods and products. The store carries fresh bakery (pork buns, desert buns, etc), sushi, & sandwiches. Most of the staff speaks little to no English, so speak to the cashiers if you need a question answered.
This is the best Asian market in terms of price and variety in town. Much more selection compared to Tink Holl and also cleaner. The meat are also fresher. Cheaper than Cleveland Asia Market. Cant go wrong with this one.
A pretty good place to shop. They have many authentic Chinese products as well as many canned and pre packaged products. They even have their own bakery! The only problem is that its a little dirty there.
Fish counter always smells like bleach. Expired goods found on the shelves. No English speaking employees to be found. Crappy parking lot. Always extremely long lines in store with unused checkout lanes.
This place has a great collection of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese food. Their authentic produce is very affordable, and they often have nice sales on seasonal fruit.
This place has items I cant find anywhere else, but the employees are rude, not at all helpfully, and in desperate need of learning English as second language.
Nice selection of groceries and specialty items. The store is bigger than it initially seems, if you keep going to the right there are additional rooms to shop.