Biggest, best HMart in NJ?
- Disneyfreak Nov 30, 2012 12:21 PM
Tomorrow I am going to Wallington NJ. I will be fairly close to a few HMarts and I am trying to decide which one to go to. I am looking for one with a decent food court.
Can anyone tell me which is better/bigger: Little Ferry, Ridgefield, Fort Lee, or Englewood (the furthest from where I will be.
Can't comment on Ridgefield, as I have only been there a long time ago and traffic getting to the store is problematic..thus, I don't go there,
I like to shop at Little Ferry and Englewood, as both are closet to my home. I'd say Little Ferry is bigger for selection. I prefer the Meats at Little Ferry....The Fish are comparable. Little Ferry will have more loose vegetables to pick from. The other stores tend to bag them in advance.
I have never eaten at the Little Ferry Counter.....I find it to be hard on the eyes. The Englewood Counter is pleasant and inexpensive for Korean food and I would also give the nod to the Sushi Counter there as well/
Fort Lee is a very nice store....very modern and clean. I may be mistaken, but there's only a small cafe there. They will usually have two green vegetables for .60-.90 cts/lb. pre-bagged @ 3#s each. The choices change from Bok Choy, Yu Choy, Shanghai Cabbage, Mustard Greens and Gailan.. I cannot recall Englewood or Little Ferry ever doing the same.
Fort Lee, Englewood and Little Ferry all have similar bakeries.
there's no real "food court" at the Fort Lee store, but they do have a large selection of packaged prepared foods and a self-serve bar set up with many of the same items, as well as a sushi counter. if you're looking for more of a true food court with several options, you should consider Mitsuwa in Edgewater.
but for regular shopping, the Fort Lee store is the cleanest & nicest one i've been in, probably because it's the newest.