The heart of this neighborly Chinatown is its two groceries, which ring Clement Clarke Moore Homestead Park at Broadway. However, the well-known and beloved Hong Kong Supermarket chain is outdone by this sprawling megastore, stocked with everything from live eels to steamed buns. In addition to any Pan-Asian pantry item, produce or kitchen tool you could ponder, there are beautiful fish (luscious sea bass, $13.99 per pound), tubs of pickled vegetables, sushi, and takeout for ultracheap dinners or snacks, like Chinese-sausage-packed sticky rice ($1.25).
|Venue name:||New York Supermarket (CLOSED)||Contact:|
|Cross street:||at 45th Ave|
|Opening hours:||Daily 8am–9:30pm|
|Transport:||Subway: G, R, V to Elmhurst Ave; E, F, V, G, R to Jackson Hts–Roosevelt Ave; 7 to 74th St–Broadway|
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