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Although there are other types of Asian cousine in the food court the Korean offering is great. It's our family stop for bulgolgi and kimchi stew. After you eat visit other shops and HMART for Asian goodies.
This particular chain was 1st develop in California & had spread out all over the country. Their main theme is quality grocery with attractive price & specialize in Asian products They also have their small food court serving only Korean delicacy, their high-end bakery that...More
Few different Korean places in the food court. We typically will go to Hometown, which is the closest to the market entrance.
Affordable and a variety of Korean dishes and soups makes Hometown our favorite choice.
The place has a food court that offers Asian options. I had a Bibimbap. It was rich, the kimchi was veeeeery spicy. There is also a supermarket with EVERYTHING Asian, Mexican and Arabic. Worth the visit
We enjoyed the many different flavors of fried rice and Pho. This place was not the best we’ve had, but good for the location, and the amount of time we had to eat.
Pricing can be deemed a little on the high side but the...More
Good: a large Korean/Asian grocery store which is a part of the big chain. They have one in Bellevue, but it’s quite small. The food court has several restaurants including Korean, Japanese, Chinese, and Vietnamese restaurants.
Bad: the place can be very crowded Sunday afternoon....More
Being H Mart, the Korean restaurants outnumber the rest and they are all very good. I tend to choose the various Korean soups at Hometown but I’ve also tried the sushi at the Japanese place. Prices are all reasonable and there’s lots of indoor seating.
I drove my Explorer over to H Mart in Alderwood, Wash. to find me some Asian Pears. I got there and walked inside the little mall and I could smell something good. I looked around and saw many more different shops in the building. Fancy...More
I had a spicy hunger so I headed for one of the Korean stalls. Ko Hyang Hometown. They have a great picture menu so it's easy to see what you want if you're not fluent. All the staff was very attentive and asked questions about...More