Row 1

600 5th Ave S (at S Dearborn St)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 624-6248
Supermarket, Asian
Mon–Sat: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–9:00 PM

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  • Go to Papa Beards in the food court. Eat some cream puffs. Break out the sweat bands because there will be a party in your mouth.
  • Uwajimayas own "deli" section of the food court is better than any place that has the word Panda in its name. Very authentic
  • Terrific community grocery featuring everything from fresh seafood, Japanese groceries, Korean kim chi, local NW wine, fresh produce and more. Be aware of sell-by dates - some items are past due.
  • Great supermarket to find everything japanese: from kitchenware to sashimi cuts, fresh vegetables and imported liquors.
  • They have great prices on specialty groceries. But watch out for flying dragons!
  • Need to use the bathroom? Bring your own toilet paper! Sometimes there is none!!!!
  • One of the major draws of this place is the amazing book store, where you will find Japanese books on every subject including art and manga, and imported CDs. Also, the food court has Beard Papa.
  • Walk the aisles with a camera. LOTS of amusing errant-translation photo opportunities. "Squid Nugget", "Pocari Sweat", "Hot Kid", etc.
  • Spend lots of time here. Lots of cheap finds. Amazing bookstore, unique food - - a true cultural experience!
  • Excellent choices in food and gifts of the Asian persuasion.
  • This is one stop asian and Indonesian grocery and great prices. They even have durian!!!
  • buy sashimi here and relax at home, easy to make and clean up!
  • Korean sushi and other deli items are on sale at night. (At least Sunday)
  • Shilla has awesome Korean Bbq. They'll give you extra rice if you run out while eating in.
  • Spend over $7 & the parking is free!
  • Loco Moco at Aloha Plates. Heaven.
  • Somewhat more expensive than Hoph Than and Viet Wah, but they have more Japanese stuff. Lots of fish; I like skate wings, which is easy to steam.
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  • The food court has a wide selection of options.
  • Watch out for lurking weeaboos. They can be found loudly reading the hiragana on candy packages, or playing in the Sanrio section. They are likely not children.