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Sep 26, 2010 04:51 PM

Just moved to Woodland Hills and need a good Asian Market

Im moving from Irvine to Woodland Hills and would like to find and asian mkt similar to the ones down here (i.e Zion Market, 99 Ranch, H-Mart) are there any good ones around the Woodland Hills area? I have to admit Im obsessed with the enormous Fuji Apples and if I could find those up there my life would be complete. Thanks!

99 Ranch
17713 Pioneer Blvd, Artesia, CA

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  1. I know the valley, but I don't KNOW the valley. Still, if I had to guess, 99 Ranch Market in Van Nuys is your best bet for one-stop shopping of most food things Asian. Sam Woo and Pho 99 buttress this 99 Ranch, and both are pretty decent, so it's at least a very good option.

    99 Ranch
    17713 Pioneer Blvd, Artesia, CA

    Sam Woo Cafe
    727 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012

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    1. re: bulavinaka

      That Vietnamese place is called Pho So 1, and a decent option indeed for the Valley. I wish WLA/Santa Monica had a 99 Ranch Market/Pho So 1/Sam Woo.

      1. re: Ogawak

        Oops - getting my pho #s mixed up. Thanks for the correction.

    2. Here's a recent link to Korean markets in the Valley

      Also, there's India's sweets on Sherman Way, just west of Topanga Canyon.

      1. A tiny bit closer is Greenland (Korean) on Sherman Way at White Oak. Mostly Korean products, with some Japanese. 99 Ranch has a lot more variety.

        99 Ranch
        17713 Pioneer Blvd, Artesia, CA

        1. You can get the bigger Fuji apples from Greenland Supermarket.

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          1. senorbob06969, you could also travel north on Reseda to Devonshire and find the Korean Galleria Market, Northridge. This is the same Korean Galleria as in Koreatown, but it lacks the hustle and bustle of Koreatown. It is, however, a complete market, although it does seem to me to be a little downsized from what the Koreatown Galleria offers. Still, you will find the basics and probably you will have no difficulty finding those gi-normous Fuji apples that I, too, enjoy! There is also a bakery attached and an Asian food court inside. I love Asian food courts, but this one is just fair.

            Korean Galleria Market, Northridge
            10201 Reseda Blvd. at Devonshire

            If you google "Korean Galleria, Northridge" you will find more information.