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halldor Feb 22, 2012 05:19 AM

Any ideas about where to find Korean products (in particular a red pepper paste called "kochujung"),ideally in midtown Toronto.
Thanks

  1. TorontoJo Feb 22, 2012 05:24 AM

    Not in midtown, but Galleria is your source for all things Korean. It's the Korean equivalent of T&T. One on York Mills, between Don Mills and Leslie. One on Yonge, near Steeles.

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      elrik Feb 22, 2012 06:10 AM

      You'll also find it at the korean grocers on bloor if you would rather head south then north. I'm pretty sure I have also bought it at T&T if you ever find yourself near one of their stores. Finally, there is a Korean grocer on Laurence 1/2 block west of Warden if you find yourself east of midtown.

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      1. re: elrik
        TorontoJo Feb 22, 2012 06:25 AM

        Oh good call, I totally forgot about the PAT markets. There are several around the city.

      2. Kagemusha Feb 22, 2012 07:15 AM

        It's a staple. PAT is the place.

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          kerwintoronto Feb 22, 2012 12:00 PM

          If your path takes you north you can hit up the Yonge corridor between Finch and Sheppard. There is a Korean grocer beside St. Louis ... about 4-5 blocks up from North York City Centre.

          There is also a Korean grocer closer to Finch (I believe).

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            berbere Feb 22, 2012 02:02 PM

            i think the ones you are referring to are the H-Marts, near Church and another further north: http://www.hmartca.com/mall/index.php

            there's another grocer (PAT) on spring garden which is 2 blocks north of sheppard on east side of yonge: http://patmart.net/pat/springgarden

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