Tucked away in the Medical Center, Minnano offers everything from green tea Kit Kats to Japanese beauty products, and all the tchotchkes, Asian groceries, and kitchenware in between.
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India Store is stocked with South Asian favorites, including an aisle dedicated to spices, every conceivable variety of rice, dates and more. Rumor has it that Paru's eyebrow threading shop in the back of the store is the best in town.
Stocked with frozen entrees, tons of sake, a plethora of noodles and snacks, Tim's has stuffed aisles full of Asian favorites. Don't miss out on their selection of veggies, seafood, pork belly and roasted duck, for which Tim's is especially renowned.
Situated in the back of a Wurzbach strip mall with its own bevy of Middle Eastern restaurants, Ali Baba has a massive stock of halal and kosher butchery, fresh vegetables and breads, teas and bulk options for nuts and grains.
In a tiny little store in the parking lot behind Niki's Tokyo Inn, Tokyo Mart has an inexpensive and vast selection of Japanese goods. Tokyo Mart has all the ingredients for Japanese cooking, including sesame oil, kabocha and miso.
With a selection of Polish, Russian, German and plenty others, Sasha's has your Eastern European needs covered. Whether you're fixin' for some stuffed cabbage or pierogies, they've got the sausages and sauerkraut that you're looking for.
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With more Goya products than you've ever seen, Las Americas boasts an impressive array of Latin American coffees, fresh produce like yucca and guava, and Caribbean fares like squid ink and bomba rice. As an added bonus, Las Americas has an extended fare of Colombian food, including arepas and empanadas.
With a bakery onsite that makes fresh pitas, a cheese bar, frozen prepared foods to bring in to the office, and a meat market, Salaam is more of a complement to nearby Ali Baba than a competition.
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