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All reviews fresh produce ethnic food produce section european section meat department huge market bakery items different cultures every corner plan on spending could spend hours a huge grocery store exotic fruits atlanta area fish counter an adventure worth a stop
I love to visit this place when I am in the Atlanta area. The huge variety is fantastic. They have so many different ethnic foods. I love the Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Thai sections. I always buy sushi, sashimi, and Korean dishes when I shop...More
I enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the rather large and unique grocery store. The three lunch counters at the south end of the store offer a wonderful variety of dishes made by talented cooks who serve up a delicious menu.
Highly recommended and decidedly good...More
I have traveled Europe and Asia extensively and this grocery story literally has everything I want want to find from almost every country I’ve been to. From typical German mustards, the specific brand of Thai tea that I always stock up on in Thailand, Filipino...More
We bought some kimchi carrots in the Russian department this past weekend. Today while eating it, I found a piece of someone's nail in it. It is disgusting that you prepare food without using gloves! Who knows what else there is in the foods you...More
We go here all the time. Great selection of Asian and Latin American produce you won’t find in Kroger. Prices are reasonable.
Also aisles of packaged goods dedicated to different cuisines. Everything you need to make Asian food.
Also have a European (mainly Russian) bakery...More
Being Korean, I love this place! They have authentic Korean food and kitchen cookware. I also love the Korean food to go made by Korean workers , they tasted excellent. I also love the fact this store has multicultural food from Mexican and Germany along...More
I had heard about Buford HWY Farmers Market for years, but my loyalty to Dekalb Farmers Market and lack of time for our visits to Atlanta, kept us from exploring Bufrd HWY.
I am glad I cheated on my DeKalb and went here this weekend....More
I love a cool market and this one is amazing. The produce department alone, was the largest I have ever seen. There were fruits you see everyday next to exotic fruits that were not do familiar. The cheese section is incredible. There is a nice...More
Response from cstlouisesq | Reviewed this property |
MARTA can take you a little closer to the Market but not that close. I believe the closest station would be Chamblee. You would still need to take a bus to arrive at the market. ONe thing about Atlanta Metro...transit is not... More
MARTA can take you a little closer to the Market but not that close. I believe the closest station would be Chamblee. You would still need to take a bus to arrive at the market. ONe thing about Atlanta Metro...transit is not the best. I would take a ride share after MARTA.
Coming in tomorrow around lunchtime. I want to see the Buford Highway Farmers Market and grab lunch at a nearby ethnic eatery. Authentic and inexpensive is best. Something you can't get in Anytown, USA. Any can't miss and/or must see eateries here? I know it's filled of good stuff--more looking for a recommendation from a resident poster or a DE. Websites, thoughts, reviews, et al would be appreciated.
June 18, 2013|
Hi, Ben, check out the Inexpensive Eats FAQ on the right. At the bottom there's a brief discussion of Buford Hwy restaurants. Those are my favorites. In addition to those if you want high end more exotic sushi in a small setting I also recommend Sushi House Hayakawa.