Saigon Minimarkt

Screen Shot 2016-03-09 at 12.06.01 PM Screen Shot 2016-03-09 at 12.06.18 PMOne of the oldest Asian grocery stores in Dresden. Run by Vietnamese. Very busy, popular with university students from abroad, open on Sundays and national holidays.

Very broad range of products, Korean brands for several sauces, oils and spices.
Wide selection of fresh Asian herbs and vegetables, but they are gone fast. Kimchi (if you can’t make your own). Frozen Seafood.

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Don’t be afraid to talk to them, they are not unfriendly just extremely busy.

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2 Comments:

  1. iHap Dresden, Germany joined 7/17 & has 2 comments

    Its definitely the best asian food store in town. After moving to Prager Spitzer they have broadened their range. Gochujang is always available, as well as other korean ingredients such as sweet rice flour, corn syrup or korean soy sauce or gochugaru flakes. But unfortunaltely I have never found mejugaru, gosari, gochugaru powder, barley malt powder or stuff like this. Its not specialized enough, but still a good supplier for all kinds of asian products.

  2. afett Dresden, Germany joined 10/14 & has 3 comments

    They moved to Prager Str. 2B, the so called “Prager Spitze” on the second floor.
    This is just about 200m across the Wiener Platz from the old location. However, due to not being in the train station any more they have adopted regular opening hours (ie. closed on sundays and national holidays).

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