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Sunrise Mart
Food Store$$
Today 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
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4 Stuyvesant St New York, NY 10003
4 Stuyvesant StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
(212) 598-3040sunrisemart.org
$$Food Store, Asian Grocery StoreToday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Branch of a local market chain offers Japanese groceries & prepared foods in snug, 2nd-floor digs.- Google
"Salmon onigiri is the best I've had in NYC; tastes like home made."
"From magazines, sushi sets, rice cakes to kim chi."
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Matthew R
4 months ago
I was impressed by the selection and prices at this place. I needed some ingredients for ramen and they had exactly what I needed. I was able to get some fresh veggies as well as shiro dashi and had some great soup. The isles are small and it's cramped but It's a great place to search for your Japanese needs.
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sean adams
a year ago
The Japanese mart to go to without having to go to Mitsuwa. Super value and really friendly staff. Lunch bentos are dirt cheap, average price is about $6. I think they only make them once a day, so getting there around lunch is best. Salmon onigiri is the best I've had in NYC; tastes like home made. Oh, and this Sunrise is WAY cheaper than the other one in the west village (on Broome St)
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Robert Celestin
a year ago
12/28/13: This market was so amazing. There was so much to choose from but sadly I only spent a short time here. They seem to have everything you would want to cook great meals
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Ron Capistrano
3 years ago
This place is awesome. It's kinda a hidden gem in the area. It's right next to Village Yokocho (my favorite resto in Manhattan). You take a really spacious elevator a floor up. I was amazed with what I found there. From magazines, sushi sets, rice cakes to kim chi. They seem to have it all for a reasonable price. Prices were about $0.50-$1.00 higher than some items would cost in Chinatown, but for the area it's awesome. it's one of the two places in the area without traveling far. I picked up some pre-packed seaweed salad ($1.29), Shrimp Wasabi Chips ($1.39) and some Kim Chi for $3.49... It's a great deal. They are open late so you can swing by there after work. I love this place!
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Sandy Leung
2 years ago
This Japanese supermarket is PERFECT! It literally has everything that you would ever need to cook Japanese/Asian foods at very affordable costs. You go up this discreet side elevator and you enter a world of cramped spaces filled with fresh veggies/sauces/ingredients/fish/meat/frozen foods...literally everything you can think of when you need to cook Japanese! There's even aisles of snacks, prepared packaged foods, and even a corner of various cooking utensils you may need to cook Japanese food. Everything is "The price is right" and you can't really say no to what you grab. Honestly, every time I go I end up finding something new to try/use in my cooking. Service is always friendly and they're more than happy to help you find what you're looking for.
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Alys Grey
2 years ago
Japanese groceries and home goods on the cheap, or at least on the not expensive side. They have a really wide stock and it's amazing how much they manage to cram into this 2nd floor store. Try their bentos for a quick meal. They have a rental service for Japanese television, if you're so inclined. There are two other locations in the city, one in SoHo and another in the East 40s.
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Jasmine Noor
2 years ago
A cute Japanese/asian store that has nearly anything you'll need for authentic cooking. The price is a bit up there, but that's just NYC pricing, I suspect. For more heavy duty Japanese shopping, I'll recommend making the trip to Mitsuwa, but for a few items, this place is wonderful.
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Desmond Chow
2 years ago
When you feel like taking a little trip to Japan, head to Sunrise Mart. All items are Japanese and this is an excellent selection of Japanese groceries. You'll be able to make your own sushi or yakisoba at home. They even have beauty products and kitchen ware.