Super H Mart Review: Super International Grocery Shopping in Atlanta
With trends in the food news industry focusing on ethnic ingredients and preparations, there are literally thousands of ingredients beckoning you to explore its variety of health benefits and tasteful explorations.
As soon as you enter, you meet crowded fresh produce which half of them you won’t even recognize. But that won’t stop you from picking up gourds and Japanese Shishito peppers to experiment and compliment your favorite homemade stir fries.
Surrounding this central area of diverse and fresh produce are miniature cafeteria-styled booths you’d find similar to Dekalb Farmerâs Market’s unique atmosphere. From the Mozart Bakery to a little taste of different Asian regions, you’ll find it all here from tiny an enticing booth devoted to various Asian staple snack items like tempura and spring rolls.
Host your own sushi making party with numerous aisles devoted to restaurant quality nori (seaweed) and wasabi paste. The seafood section also sports sashimi grade delicacies like Uni (sea urchin) and fluke. Slice and enjoy at your own leisurely pace.
And if by any chance you’re in college working with a ramen budget, dare to explore with the wide arsenal of ramen flavors in these aisles. It’s easy to get lost, and if you’re not careful, a maxed out credit card. It’s like being a kid in a travel store without the expensive airfare of course.
From Korea-town to Little Tokyo, it’s all at the Super H-Mart from packaged Korean barbeque to your favorite brands of sake. You’ll never think of grocery shopping the same again.
Primary Website: http://www.hmart.com
6035 Peachtree Rd,
Atlanta, GA 30360
Phone Number: (770) 986-2300
Hours of Operation:
Monday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
In addition to writing food columns for Atlanta-Restaurants.Org, Sam Gabel works as a freelance consultant for local Atlanta restaurants. To view some of his work, visit Facebook.com/TantraAtlantaRestaurant and Facebook.com/SushiTomiRestaurant. He is a contributing writer for FENUXE magazine, which can be found throughout your Midtown area. For more articles written by this author, Simply Google*Atlanta-Restaurants.Org*Sam Gabel. He can be contacted through SamGabel@Gmail.com