It’s more of a general Asian market, catering to NYU students I suppose, which would explain the much smaller portions, like Korean radishes and cabbages cut up and sold in halves. It doesn’t carry things like minari or ssukgat, but it has the most commonly used Korean produce, sashimi-grade raw fish, and quite a lot of prepared banchan and pantry items, as well as some kitchen stuff.
Posted Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 at 12:29 am
Tagged: korean grocery store
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