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Anchorage Korean/asian grocery

OldBay Dec 23, 2009 01:40 PM

Does anyone have a recommendation for a good asian grocer in the Anchorage area?

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    shannabanana Dec 23, 2009 02:15 PM

    New Sagaya will probably have everything you need. They have two locations - midtown and downtown.

    1. Borderbumble Apr 16, 2011 08:54 PM

      Ditto on that! Oh! Go to the BIG ONE!!! I drive 3.5 hours from Kenai just to go there. And don't forget to take home pre-marinaded Kalbi just waiting to jump onto your grill or dive under your broiler!!

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        misokisu Nov 11, 2011 06:26 PM

        New Central Market over on Northern Lights (between C and Arctic) is THE Korean/Asian market you seek. You'll quickly notice that Koreans mainly shop the two Korean markets and not Sagaya's. You'll also find folks at New Central Market that actually know how to cook Korean dishes. So they hook you up with the right ingredients and recipes. The place is packed with food treasures. I go for their kimchi!

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          misokisu Jul 5, 2013 09:03 PM

          New Central Market is where Asians go for their groceries. Sagaya's is for those looking for a $4 Latte and a $6 piece of cake. I often see the owner of Sagaya's shopping at New Central Market!

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