I'm not sure we need three separate Asian stores, but I welcome one on my side of town. And, I was told they will begin serving to-go sushi, as well.
Side note: The owner works at Kroger and said he recognizes me. This could be a teachable moment for me - I clearly get Kroger sushi way too often.
It's not a huge space, but they have a little of everything - frozen fish, condiments, snacks, produce, drinks, and even ice cream in the back.
I ended up purchasing garlic Cornick, which is a Filipino variant of corn nuts. I had never actually had corn nuts before (I know, I'm an idiot), but I had read something recently about them and the various kinds. And, well, the rest is history. The little savory, crunchy bits were decent.
I also got some frozen shumai, which is a guilty pleasure. I know this is probably white girl version of any authentic food, but I love them. Drizzled with teriyaki sauce mmmm.
And, I got some sort of white milk chocolate wafers, which weren't bad.
That just goes to show you the variety of stuff they have here. From fresh to frozen and authentic to just tasty, there's a little bit of everything for everyone. Parking is easy here, and it's pretty convenient. Keep in mind that if you're using a card, there's a $10 minimum.
Have you been? What have you bought?