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Businiess name:  Hong Kong Market
Review by:  Morgan E.
Review content: 
I used to live in China and Hong Kong, and when I returned to the DFW area, I found myself craving the foods I had loved in Asia. I was thrilled when I discovered the Hong Kong Market in Arlington. The store is huge for an Asian market in the South, and stuffed with fresh produce and meats, baked goods, sauces and spices, noodles and rice, teas, snack foods, and frozen goods. I was able to find everything I needed to make an authentic Chinese meal, and their prices are exceptionally low. in addition, the store stocks cookware, serving dishes, tea sets, steamer baskets, and everything else you might need to prepare Asian food. The store also has a small African food section. I love perusing the aisles of Hong Kong Market--I feel like I am back at the grocery store I frequented in China (and can even buy many of the same brands I bought there)!

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