My Hoa Food Market

United StatesTexasHouston → My Hoa Food Market
  • Website:myhoafoodmarket.com
  • Address:13201 Bellaire Blvd, Houston
  • Phone:(281) 498-6699
  • Opening Hours Today: 08:30-21:15
  • Monday: 08:30-21:15
  • Tuesday: 08:30-21:15
  • Wednesday: 08:30-21:15
  • Thursday: 08:30-21:15
  • Friday: 08:30-21:15
  • Saturday: 08:30-21:15
  • Sunday: close

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Comments

Hima Brahmbhatt: 04/07/2017 23:49

Fabulous place for veggie shopping and Chinese good, vessels ace other kitchen items (non electronic)

Tony Ramos: 02/07/2017 17:19

The employees there seemed to hate life and all that weren't Asian. I went to buy Turmeric roots and they seemed to be angry I was shoping there because they either refused to help or were of little help. The janitor was the one that ended up helping me find the Turmeric roots.

Dan Lam: 12/25/2016 02:05

Fresh vegetable, Sea food and Meats. They will cut or slice your meat the way you wants. Not getting a 5 stars because of their lack of customer service. The price is reasonable.

Vi Vo: 12/18/2016 19:37

This is an Asian groceries store. The food's price is somehow cheaper than American stores and staffs are willing to process meat and fish for the customers. It will save you a lot of time. However, restrooms are so dirty with a lot of leaking and smelly. It has happened for many years and the owners seemed not to care, nor wanted to invest in making it any better.

Matthew Cohen: 05/30/2016 06:54

I do like this Asian grocery store. I used to live right behind it for a year or so. Being that it is Vietnamese, they have several things that the other Asian supermarkets on Bellaire do not have. Vietnamese people and people from New Orleans share many of the same tastes, due to our shared history of French colonialism. For example, they have more varieties of coffee and chicory at this store, with rock bottom prices, than you will find anywhere outside of southern Louisiana. They also have amazing french bread, that I know is baked fresh daily, but I'm not sure that they bake it there. You can go to the fish market in the back, select the fish you want, and they will clean it and fry it for you, right then and there, for minimal added cost. They always have a huge variety of top notch produce, and their prices on most things are quite reasonable. I do find it hard to communicate with many of the people who work there. But they are always very kind, even though I'm usually the only white/Jewish guy in the store, (my girlfriend is Filipino). It is definitely worth checking out, for anyone who is not a close minded yokel.