Li Ming's Global Mart

Row 1

3400 Westgate Dr (at Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd)
Durham, NC 27707
(919) 401-5212
Supermarket, Grocery Store, Asian
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Hiding in a strip mall grocery store, the hot bar at Li Ming's Global Mart leaves even the healthiest eaters satisfied.
  • Tell more people about this grocery store, I am hoping a large Asian market in Durham works!!
  • 3 person dinner
  • A Chinese restaurant is also inside with fresh dishes and food you won't find in other places in town.
  • There's hair in the take out food station. Grossed me out and the food smelled funny, borderline spoiled the veggie
  • Best Asian market in rtp
  • Their tofu selection is swell. Get a green apple smoothie (cash only!). Hoping for a bigger sake selection soon!
  • Bakery/Cafe/Bistro is cash only, definitely worth checking out, though. The dried mushroom snacks they offer are amazing and there are western groceries as well.
  • Food court is cash only.
  • On my deathbed, my final thought will be I still dont understand why they put all the heavy stuff into the same bag at LinMings. Every time.
  • A fun asian market to find all sorts of good things to eat in and products that are not at your local grocery story.
  • Very unfriendly employees and throws your groceries.
  • Great selection of obscure and common produce. A plethora of fresh fish options! An insane amount of Asian condiments and sauces! Try the food court's "steamed sticky buns"! Love this place!
  • Got me some good ol fresh shrimp jumbo got me some scallops also get me some frog legs
  • No cash refund; store credit only. Sucks
  • Although their POS terminals are NFC-enabled, the cashiers will stop you from using Apple Pay / NFC and look at you like you are crazy
  • Some cashiers are incredibly unfriendly. They never thank you for shopping there. Not a single word spoken during the entire checkout.
  • $.99/lb for potatoes!! Lowest prices in area for bulk veggies
  • Great selection of cheap groceries that enable my addiction to cooking Korean and Vietnamese food.
  • Try pork fried noodles

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