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1302 Blalock Rd Houston, TX 77055
1302 Blalock RoadUSTexasHouston77055
(713) 468-0606hmart.com
Asian Grocery Store, Korean Grocery StoreToday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Shopping for Asian grocery, Korean kimchi, rice cookers, appliances and more at everyday low prices!
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Asian grocery store chain supplying imported packaged foods & housewares plus ready-to-serve meals.- Google
"One of my favorite lunch time dishes for korean food is the dolsot bibimbap."
"The in store kimchi and side dishes are hit or miss."
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Saul Garcia
a month ago
I absolutely love this store! It's big, clean and has a great selection. I enjoy the cultural diversity of this store. People are friendly as well. I've shopped here about 10 times starting in 2012 and I will continue making this store my #1 Asian-based grocery store.
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Sumeyye Aksoy
3 weeks ago
The place is good but the workers were so rude to me. I just ask a question, and they were answering like why are you bothering me.. But i like the kitchen supplies section though!! :)
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Jerry Chang
9 months ago
I don't do my grocery shopping here; I come here to eat (occasionally we'll walk around after lunch/dinner and pick something up that catches our eye, though). There is a huge variety of Korean food - it'd be a good idea to come here several times to find what you like, or order two or so dishes per person and share. A lot of Korean food doesn't have a whole lot of meat, so it's easier to expend food among multiple people. Daddy and Daughter has a fantastic jjambbong (spicy seafood/meat soup), which is probably one of the tastiest dishes I've tried. You can't go wrong with dolsot bibimbap or bulgogi, either. Pick something, and if all else fails, just ask the stall owners - they'll be more than happy to make a recommendation.
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amiley lai
11 months ago
One of my favorite lunch time dishes for korean food is the dolsot bibimbap. Its a rice bowl serve in a hot clay pot and some warms up the vegetables as youre eating. Theres an egg on top and when you get the bowl you quickly mix up the food so the egg can be cooked into the rice. At Bibijo Express it was served quick just like their name says and i would say a little bit too hot. It burned my rice a little and gave a little bit of a bitter taste from the burnt rice. Overall it's a worth it deal.you get a big portion of rice and condiments and they let you selfserve 3 side dishes. Not bad for a lunch!
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Seobun Kim
a month ago
H mart needs to stop taking advantage of being an only Korean market. I heard a few friends complaining about bad experience they had with H mart where they bought something for cheaper price but the products were like trash. I just had the same experience. I bought organic brown rice recently. I was a little hesitant to buy it because there were no expiration date or packed date. I like to sprout my rice. But this rice doesn't sprout, it just smell bad when I soak it in the water for a while. That tells me this rice is old one. It's my fault to lose the receipt and threw away package so I couldn't get a refund. But H mart shouldn't sell the product like that in the first place. They had numerous complaints on organic white rice before because of poor quality or rice bugs. They need to be honest and have better moral in doing business.
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K Chooklin
2 months ago
Bit pricey. But love the freshness
Sophia D
9 months ago
I shop here every week ever since they opened. The vegetables, seafood, and meat are always fresh. I buy the kimchi that is not made "in store". The in store kimchi and side dishes are hit or miss. I bought some radish kimchi that was very old and soft, it's suppose to be crunchy. And another dish I bought had a piece of wire in it!! So be very careful when buying stuff they make themselves. I just make my own side dishes and buy the kimchi that they ship in. Other than that, it's nice to be able to get Korean ingredients so close to home. I really didn't want to say anything negative about such a great store but I just feel people should be aware.
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Mark Wang
11 months ago
Super H-Mart has really brought a good thing to the west side of Houston as people don't really need to drive all the way to Chinatown just to get Asian grocery or snacks. This grocery chain always have great fresh produces, especially Korean pears, a variety of vegetables that you can explore to cook with, and most of all, pre-made Korean food such as small dish delights you get when you go to Korean BBQ restaurant, jars of kimchi, etc. Then there's also an in-store bakery and a cafeteria where you can get Korean style fried chicken. But those are different businesses so it won't get reviewed here. To be honest, the store is slowly starting to show its age as the wear and tear of the decors, the ground, everything already feel a bit "old". But this "old" feeling is also what makes an Asian grocery supermarket an Asian one. One of the great thing about this supermarket is the cuts of the meat. Not only you can get sliced beef that's primarily used for Korean BBQ, but you can also get sliced that's marinated instead of you taking it home and marinated yourself. The price of the meat is very competitive to other markets out there too. Then there's the snack aisle. Now majority of the chips and crackers are definitely Korean, but they do also sell other Japanese / Chinese snacks too. The other sections I always go to is the drinks aisle and the nick nacks section. This is the only place I will get the big jug of Korea rice drink. The nick nacks section is where they sell Korean household goods of every kind. From small, flat Asian style coffee table to heat fan, you can get your Asian white goods, kitchenwares, etc. all in one stop. You can even buy your big jars and kimchi freezer here to make your own kimchi at home. Overall, I am glad this place here is here to stay as it's convenient for me to come to Super H Mart to get my Asian grocery goods instead of driving to Chinatown.
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