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great asian market in the valley?

amusebouche Oct 16, 2005 12:31 AM

i'm getting into thai cooking - making curry paste etc - and looking for a place to buy lemongrass and spices etc. i think whole foods carries most of it, but somewhere more authentic would be fab.

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    Mealcentric Oct 16, 2005 02:42 AM

    Your local Ranch 99 should have lemon grass as well as most other thai ingredients you need, such as canned conconut products, and sweet chili sauce.

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      KenT Oct 16, 2005 01:41 PM

      Here's the link to the 99 Ranch Stores

      Link: http://www.99ranch.com/

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        LBQT Oct 16, 2005 10:08 PM

        There's a huge Korean market and food court on, I believe, Devonshire and Reseda. I'm sure you could find almost anything you need there.

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          Yclops Oct 17, 2005 07:33 PM

          There are a couple of "authentic" Asian markets on Sherman Way in North Hollywood. Either of these will have everything you need. I would try Bangluck first, New King may be a little too fragrant for some.

          Bangluck Market Corporation
          12980 Sherman Way, North Hollywood, CA 91605
          --small, but well-stocked Thai grocer with fresh produce and a butcher/fish counter along with numerous types of curry pastes and dry goods; parking is tricky.

          New King Seafood Supermarket
          12811 Sherman Way, North Hollywood, CA 91605
          --larger, pan-Asian market. Very low prices, but uneven quality (bought lemongrass at $0.69 a pound, but not terribly fresh); "authentic" odors.

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