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Chin’s Winkel is a Chinese grocery store which sells Asian (food) products. They sell Korean food, like kimchi, rice cake and noodles and many ingredients which you can use for your dishes.

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  1. pimpelmees Netherlands joined 3/17
    Posted March 4th, 2017 at 2:06 am | # |

    I’ve been in Chin’s winkel and I didn’t see any Korean food in there (but at the time I was not really looking). Chin’s winkel is mainly Chinese foods, but that’s where I buy my red rice and Chinese yeast balls to make red rice wine and red rice lees for mee sua soup.

    If you are at Chin’s Winkel, walk towards the market square (and stay on the same side of the road as Chin’s Winkel). Walk about 120m and you will reach The Amazing Sang Lee Asian grocery shop. When you go into the shop, there is a food court (usually very busy), but walk through the food court and you will come to the grocery store at the back. The Sang Lee used to have kimchee in the fridge section, but I was the only one that bought it and finally they stopped selling it. But Sang Lee has a good selection of asian vegetables, rices, and Indian spices.

    I think that there are no Korean or Japanese grocery stores in Noord Brabant. You have to be lucky to find Korean or Japanese foods and ingredients around here. For example, I have never found natto in Eindhoven, but there is a Chinese grocery in Den Bosch that stocks it. But I have not seen doenjang there.

    You probably have to go to Den Haag or even Rotterdam for Korean groceries.

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    • Maangchi New York City joined 8/08
      Posted March 6th, 2017 at 10:15 am | # |

      Thank you for sharing the information!

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  2. JMaassen Venlo, The Netherlands joined 4/12
    Posted April 25th, 2012 at 5:45 pm | # |

    Coincidentally I actually visited this place today. However I was unable to find any Korean groceries, the only thing I was able to find were your average Korean instant noodles. I wonder whether I must have missed it, perhaps I should have asked the staff. Is there anyone else that ever visits this place? I’m interested to find out whether this store still sells Korean groceries as it seems to be the only one that is somewhat close to where I live.

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