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Where to find fresh rice noodles?

tcl_in_md Jan 31, 2010 03:53 PM

Does anyone know where to find fresh rice noodles (the kind used for chow fun) in the Baltimore area? I've checked the Lotte Mart and the H Mart on Route 40, and the Q Mart in Germantown, but all I can find are the dried ones that just aren't the same.

Somewhere in Baltimore/Howard/Montgomery/Carroll/Frederick/northern Anne Arundel counties would be great, but I might be persuaded to go to DC/NoVa if it were the only option....


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    dpan Jan 31, 2010 04:26 PM

    Korean markets are not likely to carry rice noodle sheets. You will need to go to a Chinese grocery like Kam Sam or Maxim in Rockville. They are in the refrigerated section and are sold in a pack of flat sheets. You cut them to your needs for cooking.

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    1. re: dpan
      tcl_in_md Feb 1, 2010 12:43 AM

      Thanks -- I've been looking for a good Chinese grocery, so I'll stop by the next time I'm in the area.

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      OldSchool Feb 1, 2010 04:45 AM

      Hung Phat Grocery on Fern St. in Wheaton (Mont. Co.) makes and sells rice noodles.

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        kcnkate Feb 3, 2010 11:39 AM

        You can get them in Towson at a little Chinese grocery called "Towson Oriental Market." They typically only have them a few times a week, when they get a delivery from their supplier in Philadelphia (Usually Thursdays or Fridays). It's located in the back of a little shopping center at the intersection of Loch Raven Boulevard and Joan Avenue (there's a 7-11 there). They also have a great selection of Chinese veggies.

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        1. re: kcnkate
          tcl_in_md Feb 6, 2010 02:44 AM

          Thanks -- I wasn't able to find any at Kam San or Maxim when I was in the area on Thursday, but I'll try Hung Phat and the Towson market once I dig out from the Snowpocalypse...

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