Best Japanese Products Shops In Washington Near Me

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1. Hana Market

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Hana Market
Location
5
Prices
5
Product Quality
5
Establishment
5
Customer service
5

Address: 2000 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 939-8854

Guy: Japanese grocery store


Review: "Nice store, great help and wonderful Asian Japanese products!"

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Nils Hünerfürst: A little journey to Japan. When you feel some needs to shop into the world of japanese groceries then you have to visit Hana Market. After 1pm they sell fresh Onigiri. And mostly you will find all of the traditional japanese sweets like Baumkuchen and Rice Cakes. Really love this place.

Muniba Khan: A great Japanese grocery! It's small, but there's a good selection and the owner is very sweet and helpful. I recommend coming for onigiri- they sell it every day but Tuesdays and Wednesdays after 1 PM. My favorite is the chicken mayo, but they're all delicious. Also recommend the sweet breads if they're in stock!

Kali Smith: Very small store but has all the Japanese cooking staples needed for your kitchen. Very excited to see that there was bottled milk tea and some desserts. They also sell onigiri, but not on Wednesdays.

Callum Wayman: The best place in DC for all of your Japanese cooking essentials! Plus the prices can't be beat! Don't order your specialty items off of Amazon when Hana is so easily accessible for DC dwellers. Also try the rice balls that are sold up at the register, they're a delicious snack.

Hanna Foreman: Friendly owner and well curated store. Love coming here to pick up Japanese and Korean groceries. The instant ramen selection is great with Korean and Japanese options. Great selection of Japanese sauces, noodles, and seasonings. Snack aisle is always full of delicious surprises and I always walk out with something unexpected. Highly recommend if you’re looking for Japanese and Korean products in Washington.

Jennifer Sawyer: I’ve been going since they first opened many years ago. They have always been friendly and always stocked. I love the selection and go once a month to stock up on my favorites. From Matcha to Japanese food novelty items. It’s your one stop shop when you aren’t able to travel to NJ to the nearest large Japanese Supermarket.

Stephanie G: A tiny treasure! Small but packed to the brim with all you could need to make ramen, dashi, udon, etc plus sweets and produce. Staff is sweet and helpful.

Andrea Bielli: A small store full of good original Japanese products.Great selection of noodles and rice crackers but is it possible to find a lot of different things from confectionery, frozen dishes and fresh vegetables. A must for having a slice of Japan experience in DC.

David Yip: Really small store but packed with most of the basic essentials without having to go to a bigger store. Needed my instant noodles and Onigiri fix and I found it in this store. Will try their Japanese style breads the next time. Only 8 persons allowed in the store and mask on, read the posted sign.

Vijay Sookdeo: This is the only Asian grocery store in the DC area where you can find certain Japanese products. It’s small, but well stocked, and the staff is very friendly. Do get some of the rice balls when they have them.

2. TOKIYA JAPAN

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TOKIYA JAPAN
Location
5
Prices
5
Product Quality
5
Establishment
5
Customer service
5

Address: 2002 17th street, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 1PM Thu

Guy: Kimono store


Review: "Lovely Japanese items with a pleasant and knowledgeable owner."

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Georgia Lagoudas: I haven’t been in person to their shop, but they also have online ordering of special kaiseki Japanese meals. It was amazing! I stumbled upon this and ordered for a special occasion. What a delightful and unique experience. Kaiseki meals delivered to your door (shidashi style, which is like fancy to-go bento box), and they come by later to pick up the reusable ceramic containers. Don’t expect a meal with a pile of food, but rather delicious ingredients prepared in a very thoughtful and tasty way.

Chanpen Tee: The store is clean and well decorated. They offer a lot of Japanese hand made tableware. And many kimonos and clothing from Japan. The owner is friendly and helpful.

Kai: What a stunning store!From the cups & plates and kimonos, everything is beautiful!

Mike: A great shop with a diverse collection of traditional ceramics from Japan--particularly from Toki in Gifu prefecture, a region known for its pottery. In addition to plates, cups, bowls, platters, tea pots, and macha bowls, the shop also sells kimono. It's great to browse the collection, which changes often as the owner brings new items from different artisans in that region of Japan. The items are beautiful and the value is good considering the pieces are one-of-a-kind and each come with an interesting story.

Stacey Mannuel (Audrey): Such a wonderful little shop. A must visit if you're into pottery! They really had some amazing works of art. I loved the little cups I got. Apparently they will also have workshops/seminars.

Jay Gordon: Lovely Japanese items with a pleasant and knowledgeable owner. Many great gifts at reasonable prices.

Fawn Johnston: I visited TOKIYA after Christmas and spent time being educated by the very helpful and informative saleslady at the shop. I purchased many beautiful objects and hope to return soon. Thank you TOKIYA JAPAN for being in Washington !

Hareer Al Salihi: Loved their pieces .

Erin Hiatt: Beautiful pottery and very friendly staff

3. Maruichi Japanese Grocery

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Maruichi Japanese Grocery
Location
4.9
Prices
4.8
Product Quality
4.8
Establishment
4.8
Customer service
4.8

Address: 1047 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 545-0101

Guy: Japanese grocery store


Review: "Great selection of japanese products."

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Pearl Tu: According to a friend, many products here are local, and I have found gluten-free and/or vegan options. Also, one of the most interesting and delicious foods was the no shi mochi. The staff was helpful with introducing and finding particular goods or reading labels. It has been a wonderful experience exploring Japanese cuisine that suits my dietary need and preference. :)

Michelle Camina: It is so hard to find Japanese specific grocery stores. At Maruichi, I appreciate being able to buy Japanese groceries without having to sift through aisles of Korean, Chinese, Thai, Indian, etc. foodstuffs like I have to at H-Mart or 99 Ranch. The staff at Maruichi are kind and professional. They carry a little bit of everything Japanese, which is way more than I am ever successful finding at H-Mart or 99 Ranch. And we always stop to eat at Temari downstairs. Love this place!!!

Christina Lin: It's a mini grocery store but has pretty much basic stuffs that you need. Very pleasant to shop there and staffs are very nice. If you like Japanese stuffs, you need to come and try out.

Sean T: A friend who is also something of a Japanophile (used to work in Japan and his wife is Japanese) showed me this store, but I've returned several times on my own. In addition to Cooking equipment and refrigerated and dry foods, they also carry Sapporo, Asahi and Ki-rin beers (yay!) and a wide selection of rice spices and snacks, including Pokki, of course. The service is very good and the staff friendly and helpful. I really like shopping here; all I need now is a local Japanese restaurant that meets a high standard for quality of food and service!

Ashley Hsu: My husband and I can't say enough good things about this shop. It is family owned and has a lovely selection of items, from groceries to beautiful bowls, to kitchen small appliances like rice cooker. The staff have also helped us to select ingredients and made suggestions for cooking Japanese dishes. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask staff, either at the store or by calling on the phone. Once COVID-19 hit, my husband and I were sad to think we may not be able to visit one of our favorite shops. I am immune compromised, so we rely on curbside pickups and delivery for our groceries. Amazingly, in record time Maruchi built a website that could allow for pickup and home delivery. Each order has been so lovely and very fast-- usually the same day I order or the next day. Particularly in these trying times, it's great for my husband and I to enjoy creating Japanese dishes together. For fun, I added some photos of foods we made with Maruchi's ingredients, with beautiful bowl and plate purchased from their gift shop. Thank you, Maruchi!

William Xie: This is the biggest Japanese grocery store in the DC metro area. They also make onigiri and Japanese grilled fish during lunch time.In the winter, you can get a warm canned beverage from their hot "fridge" and it's really nice.

Khoi Nguyen: Great authentic Japanese grocery store located right off the Pike. Right above Temari. Always wondered where they got their fresh ingredients. Many of the food, sauces and other goods are imported from Japan. Prices are reasonable and this grocery store is really clean. Highly recommend this place if you want fresh fish and other authentic Japanese food items.

Jady Power: Rare, authentic Japanese snacks and ingredients. The store layout makes it almost impossible to practice social distance, but people seems fine with masks. Super friendly staff.

Dimitry Price: The best little slice of heaven there is. I order their sushi grade salmon fish every couple of weeks and it is truly outstanding. I have never had poor quality anything from this grocery store. The owner and staff do a great job with their quality of service.

Tai Ho: Great little Japanese grocery store, often selling pretty rare/hard to find Japanese items. Some things they sell can be found online, but usually it's sold in bulk and is still more expensive than in-store.

4. UNIQLO Union Station

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187 reviews
UNIQLO Union Station
Location
4.8
Prices
4.9
Product Quality
4.8
Establishment
4.8
Customer service
4.8

Address: Union Station, 50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Thu

Telephone: (855) 486-4756

Guy: Clothing store


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Kody B: Not the biggest selection of items. I could understand them rotating options depending on the season, but that didn't seem the case. Why was there not a larger selection of items for the current season? For long pants, you had Chinos, Jeans, and Sweatpants. Why have so many aisles of shorts stocked already, it's in the 30s and 40s outside. Makes no sense. The customer service was ok and store was really clean. Just need to work with with what you got being a smaller location.

Alec Augustine-Marceil: UNIQLO is great but their old pop up downtown had a better selection. Odd location.

CHIA-JUI TSAO: How could a Uniqlo don't sell heating clothes. Ridiculous. Waste of my time to come here.

Sophia Wiggins: Yosco and employee at Uniqlo was very rude I will not be returning to shop.

Drea M: Purchased a shirt and washed it the next day following instructions and it came apart. Called the customer service number and waited a few minutes to talk to someone and they told me I have to call the store but I called the number listed for the store on their website. When it comes to solving customer issues thing need to be improved.

Malik M. Hemani: Manager is extremely rude. Wouldn’t share her name properly. Team is not willing to help at all. Small store. Better off going to a nearby store.

Rian C: As far as selections go, it can’t compare to the big box Uniqlo’s in other places, but you still get the essential Uniqlo items so that’s good. Seems to be well staffed and staff were friendly.

Justine Soucy: I love Uniqlo. It's my favourite retailer. So of course I had to find a store while I was in Washington. This location is great! It didn't have a great selection of athletic wear but it did have the new fall collection. Found some really nice shirts and my mom was able to find some nice print t-shirts from the Andy Warhol collection. Staff is nice, the store wasn't busy even though it's location is central, and everything is nicely displayed.

Yuechen S: Good products but bad customer service (uniqlo in general, not this store). I put a pickup order. When the order was ready for pickup at the store, I tried to call the store to let them know that my boyfriend was going to pick it up for me because I don't live there and I cancelled my trip of visiting. There is not a phone number for the store. I waited 15 minutes on a central line only to be told that there was no way for me to change the person who would pick up the order, nor a way to reach and talk to someone at the store. Because this is the policy of the company. It is ridiculous to me that there is no way that I can call the store. I am also appalled how hard it was to navigate myself in the automatic call.

Joshua Halpern: Horrible or NO return policy. Ony returns in that exact store so if buying as a gift, forget it. I have been all over the website and am on hold for 30 minutes now trying to figure out how to return an item. They say you can't mail it back to a warehouse.

5. Bangkok 54 Oriental Market

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555 reviews
Bangkok 54 Oriental Market
Location
4.4
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.5
Establishment
4.4
Customer service
4.4

Address: 2927 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM Thu

Telephone: (703) 521-4207

Guy: Asian grocery store


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S. K. Hill: As a frequent traveler to the actual Bangkok, this place makes me feel like I am there. They have all of my favorite little snacks that I usually purchase when I am in Bangkok. A great market. I love it.

Basel El-Shrafi: A super convenient, small supermarket with a large variety. Also, a lot of the pre made, to go food is really good and inexpensive. Only con is the tight parking lot in the back.

Lily: The to go foods are super delicious 😋, it's authentic Thai and Esan. It's clean and organized. The price is unbeatable. The staff there are very friendly and helpful all the time.

Gina DeGinda: I give I'm the middle rating. 1. Noodle is delicious and reasonable price compare to Vietnam PHO $13-$15only noodle. This is 5stars. 2. Dessertd I give 1 to zero because it was made from homes by Thais non restaurant people. So I don't buy those food. If you go to BK,54 early as 9:30 am, you see private people bringing food to sell at BK54. - Is the food and home kitchen clean? Do the people who cook at home lick their spoons and stick back into the pot to spread bacteria to buyer, you and I? Asians fo not use separate spoon. That is why I stop eating out. - The home cooking people drive 1-2 hours in hot weather. Food has been contaminated in the car. Then put in the refrigerator in thisarket to resell to us. I have food safety manager from American grocery. Generally, many small restaurant owners and managers have food safety training, but they don't train their employees, who need food handler card as a requirement. It cost money.

Shashank Ravi: Everything Asian (expect Indian) grocery you need is here. The produce is very fresh. They also have ready to eat food from their restaurant

Dee G: Drove from the southern end of Alexandria to shop here. Found stuff even my favorite Asian store in Seattle didn't have. Definitely on the 'must shop here again" list when we're back on the easy coast.

F Elix: Small Asian Grocery Market. Lots of Ready Made Asian/Thai Food that are Tasty and Convenient for take out. Also, there is a clean seat down area that seats around 20 people comfortably. They serve Thai Foodand the beef noodle soup is Delicious! They also serve Boba Tapioca Drinks and Thai Coffe that is great for Hot Days like we are experiencing now in the DC metro area.

Joseph Raczynski: Great market - especially if you want some of the ready made Thai food for a reasonable price. They have a ton of traditional fare. The rest of the market has some of the staples. Really a gem on the Pike. Always feel free to reach out to me on Twitter @joerazz

Tess: Food there is inexpensive and very tasty!!The choice is huge for such a small place, I always find what I need. Everytime I go I love it and the cashier is nice. Thank you!

AJ Tucker: Thai owned so lots of Thai foods. Store is small but has good selection. Fresh made soup from cafe is very good. Have had freshness issues with the prepped food (not cafe) in the past, yet continued to shop here. Recommend going earlier in the day for fresher prepped food

6. Lil' Thingamajigs

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332 reviews
Lil' Thingamajigs
Location
4.5
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.4
Establishment
4.4
Customer service
4.4

Address: 7031 Little River Turnpike #7B, Annandale, VA 22003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Thu

Telephone: (703) 642-0012

Guy: Gift shop


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Kali Smith: Great selection of anime figures! We ended up spending way too much money. Saw figures for: Haikyuu, Naruto, Demon Slayer, Slime, JoJo's, Re:, Hatsune Miku, My Hero Academia, Jujutsu Kaisen, Evangelion, Shield Hero... Really a good, wide selection. Also had various anime related keychains and shirts, as well as Sanrio / Line Friends / Kakao Friend items. They also had kpop albums for several popular groups, both male and female and a few light sticks (for Treasure).

Andrew Harper: I love this place, I’ll definitely be visiting again and again to pick up gifts for friends… and for myself! I found so many fun Pokémon items that I’ve never seen at other stores.

Virginia USA: Good: Interesting and unique selection of imported Asian goods. Very cute stuff. Bad: Largely overpriced, store feels incredibly cramped, and I saw the staff kick out a guy for not wearing a mask (there's no indoor mask mandate in place, and if they care that much about COVID, why are they allowing in 100 people into a tiny store where we're all bumping into each other?). Seems a bit hypocritical.

Monday X.: I stopped by here to pick up a birthday gift for a friend. I like this location better than the Centerville one, as they seemed to have more stuff. The room decor is well priced. Everything else, not so much. I found the plushie selection in stock a little odd, save the pokemon ones on the wall. The ones in the aisle were mostly little twin stars, among us, and baby shark plushies. I'm also aware plushies are more expensive now, but the $25+ range surprised me a bit. This isn't my area of expertise, though. I do like that they have scale figures, which Centerville didn't have. I didn't check the figure pricing, unfortunately- the prices aren't labeled in the front so I assumed it was priced like Centerville (which was not worth it at all for prize figures). However, another user posted an image of a well-priced nendoroid, so maybe things are different here. They also had a wall dedicated to kpop, a small Asian beauty shelf, a rather large headband area, and anime shirts. The employees in the store were pretty nice, and it was an enjoyable experience overall.

t mac: A place of your kids are into anime. This is a place to go.

Aida Mulugeta: i have never felt so DISRESPECTED and BELITTLED in my life. i always go here and have spent over $500 at this store., this old lady working at the counter today. i came in here with my mother and as soon as we walked in the lady watched us the from the start. it was moderately busy but i didn’t really pay attention until i saw her at the corner of my eye staring at me while helping a customer. i started to get uncomfortable and maybe thought that was protocol. then i kept walking around seeing if she would follow me and she did. i realized why she was doing it, and it was being i the only black person in the store. i dropped all my stuff and walked out and cried in the car. this is disgusting and i will not come back again

Keisha Sibert: I had such a fun time looking at all the stationery and that PEN section is just to die for. If you're into planning or anything creative....there is something here for you. Also, found a few toys for my kids that I know would cost me an arm and a leg on Ebay!

Joy Proctor: Nice store for some anime items for my daughter. We were able to find a Kuromi large plush doll and Bakago figurines. Worth the drive from DC but it is a small store with tons of Thingamajigs! 😆 The cashiers were also super helpful with some little known items.

JoieThe Clown: My first time going to this store was yesterday it was nice very overpriced ( I bout a album and keychain which costed $42) the worker at the register was nice when I got up there but while I was walking the lady was watching me (I’m black) I didn’t really pay attention to the lady tho but overall it wasn’t really worth it

Jonathan Acha: Today I came to this store thingamajig we’re I was confronted by 2young girls talking amongst them selves once they noticed me they asked me to approach them by the registers we’re I was asked to wear a mask at which point I responded with I’m sorry I don’t have any so you guys have some at which point she try to charge me 1 dollar for mask I know it’s not much but I witnessed her give another girl a mask and not charge her ? So at this point I just say I’m not gonna buy it that’s when I was asked to leave the store. Very sad cause me and my daughter both love anime and this little store seemed awesome maybe even get Christmas gifts from there but now I might just order online sad really cause I wanted to support the business

7. Chinatown Market

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23 reviews
Chinatown Market
Location
3.6
Prices
3.7
Product Quality
3.6
Establishment
3.6
Customer service
3.6

Address: 521 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 842-0130

Guy: Grocery store


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Brandon Ly: It may be small but the owner (who is from Hong Kong) is nice and has been here forever (decades so I’m told). I was able to speak Cantonese with him and his store is well stocked. Although very small... he has his selection of veggies and snacks. Imagine a 7-11 mixed with asian stuff as well. Worth a stop if you’re passing by, even to get a cold drink.

moose fitzmaurice: It's a fun place to go there's movies bowling there is of course the sports arena there's the museums the art museum is two museums in one and really cool stores that you can find that sell things that you could only buy in this area of town like Chinese herbs of all sorts and things you would think you could only get in China.

Angelique Austin: Good if you need to grab something really quick. Some things are a little more. But it is convenient. Everyone is nice and friendly!

Brian Jones: Packed into a single shelf in this cramped bodega are the incredible ingredients necessary for Chinese home cooking and at super reasonable prices.

Rebecca Legett: Cramped and pricey but has those obscure Asian ingredients that you can't find anywhere else. For example, Chili Garlic Sauce (the one with the rooster). Also Szechuan peppercorns.

Xiong Baba: Great little market, small but that is how I have found most places in D.C. to be.

Edna Mark: lots of great stuffs you can buy here

Kit (HackThePlanet88): It's a bit small, perhaps a little pricy, but it's a good spot.

Mohammed Kemal: Lots of great quality stuff

Daniel Kocen: No selection

8. Hinata Sushi Carry Out

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137 reviews
Hinata Sushi Carry Out
Location
4.6
Prices
4.6
Product Quality
4.7
Establishment
4.6
Customer service
4.6

Address: 4947 St Elmo Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 656-1009

Guy: Japanese restaurant


Review: "Small but great selection of Japanese goods."

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Jady Power: Stopped by very randomly on a Saturday afternoon. All other stores/restraurants look half-dead, this place lit up and immediately knocked out of the park. The lady (owner?) was so passionate and helpful. After mopping the floor, she introduced me to their variety of miso from the fridge and suggested one that seems the best fit. They even have salted cherry blossom! What a nice surprise after a post-peak cherry blossom trip in DC! Lady reminded me of my mom/friendly neighbor back home - she rocks! They were done with the sushi orders for the day, but I will definitely stop by next time and try out other things from this hidden gem. On my way back home I kept thinking about this heartwarming shop and its lovely people. It has nothing to do with where you come from, what accent you carry, or what you have to offer. The store is there to connect people with food. And that's all that matters.

Jarred Whitlock: The sushi is really fantastic. Be prepared to wait a bit if you are planning to order in person. So, it’s best to call ahead, as it’s a small shop with limited throughput. The sushi is great though.

Manali Desai: Such a sweet lady at the counter. She noticed I was looking for something and asked what. I said natto and she offered to call me the next day when they get their next shipment and hold onto some packs of it for me. I felt like I was back in Japan again with that level of hospitality. Also I was ecstatic when I was finally able to have some natto which is hard to find where I’m from.

P W: We love stocking up on Japanese rice, soups, snacks & more at Hinata. It's almost like being in a family business in Japan, & the owner is always pleasant & helpful in either English or Japanese. I think it's her husband running the small sushi counter & there are customers (to go) whenever we shop. Parking at a reasonable rate (or even free) is in the city garage 2 doors away. We love this store!

Chanpen Tee: I just went to the grocery. I will try sushi next time. There are a lot of Japanese snakes and frozen food. The staff is friendly. Small place but i still can have what I need

Baochaun Lin: Small cozy Japanese grocery store with Sushi carry out menu. Be aware that the store is open until 7pm, but you can only order sushi before 3:30pm. Good sushi but the portion is on the small side for some of the rolls.

Patrick Quinn: Very friendly! Eat and shop in one single place! Even the daily specials are made to order! My new sushi spot!!! We will definitely be back!

Wendy Leibowitz: This is such a special Bethesda institution! The staff is so kind and welcoming. The selection of goods is amazing, and almost everything is affordable. The sushi is delicious! It feels a bit as if we've visited Japan for a few minutes when we're there. We visit frequently and have never had a bad experience. Many Japanese (and other Asian) people shop there, which is the true test of authenticity and quality. Hinata gets an A plus from us.

G Kuhnsman: The most authentic sushi in all of Bethesda. Hinata is a wonderful, hidden gem of a spot for real, true-to-cuisine Japanese food and grocery. I actually stumbled upon this place walking my dog and it soon became a routine stop for us when we lived in downtown Bethesda. I would get their sushi specials along with some of my favorite Japanese grocery items reminiscent of my time working in Japan. The proprietor is very kind and friendly. She would take my order and would bring it outside to me as my dog and I waited for the food. Highly recommend this place to anyone who loves sushi or any Japanese food items. Five stars all-around!

William Xie: It's a cute grocery store + sushi take out. The owner is actually Japanese.

9. Each Peach Market

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178 reviews
Each Peach Market
Location
4.5
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.4
Establishment
4.4
Customer service
4.4

Address: 3068 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 525-1725

Guy: Grocery store


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Javier Llano: Bad customer service. White people only. Black and Latino are not welcome. Last Thursday, Thanksgiving day I was looking for a Mexican product. I wasn't allow to enter the store because they were "closed". 30 seconds later a White person was allowed to enter the store and make a purchase. When I asked to why I was allow, the Asian lady said the person was her relative which was a lied. Community stores must serve everyone independent of the color of their skin.

nice lady: Just moved into the neighborhood and stumbled upon this cute little market. Loved discovering fun new local products and the produce selection seems to be ever evolving! Can’t wait to frequent this place more.

Amy Qin: A true neighborhood gem! A small but well curated selection of products, including some of the Asian condiments that I'm always on the hunt for. The staff are super helpful and kind. Coming here is a refreshing change from going to the big chain grocery stores. Grateful to have this cozy market in the community.

Mary Sophie Yorke: Peach Market - “Whites Only” Don’t be fooled by the hipster - fake inclusive appearance or the brown faces in various roles. It’s far from friendly inclusive unless dirty stares, rudenesses, and passive aggression are characteristics of inclusive behavior. Peach Market is typical of the white hipster mentality- enter predominantly and co-op black and brown spaces only to serve everyone BUT them. I patronized the place for weeks. It was a mix bag of customer service quality. One young Latino man was always friendly while everyone else especially the older white woman was just frigid as if my Black presence offended them or as if I was going to steal something. What is there to steal from a low grade boutique market? The meat never looks fresh. The veggies look weeks old. Overpriced baked goods. I stuck with it because it was convenient. After another terrible experience with that one elder white lady, I won’t be going back. And if you’re a person of color, you should probably reconsider patronizing this place. As one reviewer pointed out, we are not welcomed… They should be put “Whites Only” and be done with it lol

Chantel Bennett: I’m never coming to this store ever again. This is just another gentrification chic store in the middle of Mt Pleasant with unpleasant workers who are indifferent at best and blatantly rude at worst to non-white customers. I’ve come into this store multiple times and I’ve had staff members push past me, reach around me, and generally ignore my presence in the store until I pull out my card to pay, but today was the last straw. I went in today to pick up some of their bread and an elderly Black woman was asking for a receipt because her employer would give her a hard time without it. The cashier serving her became increasingly aggressive with her because they didn’t understand what she was asking and kept yelling at her that the machine that prints receipts was broken. When another associate came to assist, the cashier abruptly turned away from the woman and blatantly ignored her trying to thank them for their “assistance”. There are so many other markets to choose from on this strip and I will not patronize such a blatantly anti-anyone-but-white space.

S Saeed: Not the friendliest bunch here. Good products with much much higher prices than online. I would tolerate the prices but the shopping experience itself is bad. Update: suddenly changed closing time from 8pm to 7pm without updating on google maps. Found it scribbled on a note at the door.. I’m not wasting my time again.

Holmes: Bougie little spot. And while I appreciate their fancy goodies, places like this just scream displacement - especially in a community like Mt. Pleasant. Also, I absolutely could not afford to shop here for anything more than an occasional treat. Not that there is a broad enough selection of goods to bring a grocery list. Also, I totally believe the stories from some of the POC in these reviews. This place definitely caters to gentrifiers.

Lucas Taratus: Great food and a super helpful staff. I was looking for a potato the other day and the lady working produce was super kind and patient despite all my questions; best potato I’ve ever had.

Laura Dodson: Small shop with good stuff stocked. I like shopping here to avoid the overwhelming nature of big grocery stores. It has what I like, and is conveniently located.

Kaila Gilbert: I got some of the to-go prepared food in back (tuna salad, fancy carrots) and it was 🔥🔥 also the walnut chocolate chip cookies are slept on

10. Whole Foods Market

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Whole Foods Market
Location
4
Prices
4.1
Product Quality
4
Establishment
4
Customer service
4

Address: 2201 I St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 296-1660

Guy: Grocery store


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Clark Higgs: far the dirtiest whole foods store that I've ever been in. Some of their staff seem to have an "I don't care" attitude. After shopping, I stood in the coffee line for 15 minutes before I was waiting on by the only attendant working who made the following comment to another customer "there needs to be three people working at the coffee stand at all times". A new management team is suggested for this place, I will not return.
Response: We're so sorry you were disappointed on your recent visit, Clark. Please visit http://wfm.com/help to send us further details and our team would be happy to review your feedback.

Hilda Kroll: I think it's great to have a supermarket across the street from the Foggy Bottom Metro. I usually get something in the bakery before heading for home when I'm in the area. Today I met a friend for coffee before going to the nearby Textile Museum. I got there first and didn't have a problem getting a cup of coffee. My friend came later, stood on line for fifteen minutes to get a cup of decaf, and refuses to go back. If you have the time, coffee and the choice of so many good pastries is a good deal. If you're in a rush, go somewhere else and pay twice as much.

Jeff: I'm stuned a whole food with a line wrapping around the store? Are you kidding me unreal. Never again to this very sad of an excuse to have this hanging. Can see the line on one side of the store and registers on the other. Freak show.

Win Anderson: This great review is solely because of the wonderful barista at the coffee shop. I was in town for a conference and went to whole foods three days in a row for coffee in the morning. Each day Tom provided wonderful coffee and friendly service. He is polite and personable and efficient. (This was in stark contrast to some of the register checkout clerks, who were downright rude.). The police officers were very friendly!

Cyndy Nguyen: I came here for the coffee bar and had a wonderful experience. The barista, Tom, was friendly and helpful. He gave me some information about the decaf coffee (doesn’t contain any chemicals). He gave me a sample of one of their green smoothies and made me a delicious brown butter cookie latte. I’ll come back for the great customer service.
Response: We truly appreciate you sharing your feedback with us, Cyndy. We are thrilled to hear of the amazing experience you received at the Foggy Bottom store, and will gladly share your feedback with the appropriate leadership so Tom can get the kudos they deserve!

Kevin Russell: Is a big store. I can buy my whole octopus here which makes me happy. Great seafood and meats department. Used to be really long check out lines but now the converted many to self check out and it seems much faster. I'm not the guy who loves Whole Foods but as for the stores I have been to, this one is a good one
Response: We appreciate your support, Kevin. We are delighted to hear how great your experience was and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

Barry Bub: I am usually willing to pay more at a Whole Foods market because I generally enjoy the shopping experience there. This particular store not, for a number of reasons. Here’s one. When I asked the checkout person, politely, to tape the lid of the soup container to prevent it coming off - I had a long walk home - she yelled at me and stormed off. She was replaced by male who told me they no no longer tape or rubber band lids. I guess the few seconds it takes to do so eats into their profits. And what has happened to customer service? I agree with the previous reviewer, it’s a management or corporate problem.
Response: We're so sorry you were disappointed on your recent visit, Barry. Please visit http://wfm.com/help to send us further details and our team would be happy to review your feedback.

Melissa Colón: I love stopping by the coffee bar for my daily fix. My drink is always perfectly made and the conversation is great! I’m hoping that eventually the hot bar breakfast will work its way back up to how great it was pre-pandemic.
Response: We're pleased to hear you enjoy our coffee bar, Melissa. Thank you for shopping with us!

Natalia Delgado: Had a really had experience at this location. We were accused of stealing by the manager just because we had our own cart with groceries from trader joes. The grocery store is 15 minutes from where we live and we go walking so we have no other option than to go to both stores in one trip. He made us feel very uncomfortable the whole time and followed us throughout the store. Another person had their own cart and was putting groceries in there but it didn’t seem like he said anything to them while we had our whole foods items in a separate basket. He approached again at checkout (after making it very obvious that he was talking about us with another employee) and said we couldn’t bring our own cart because “it confuses the employees”. I explained that we had a receipt for the groceries we had in our cart but he didn’t seen to care. We don’t have the luxury of a car or leaving nearby the store and we had never had any problems with going to two stores in one trip with our cart.
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Caroline McGuire: Tom makes the best smoothies at the coffee & smoothie bar! The whole staff is amazing and the store is always so well organized. Cannot recommend this spot enough!
Response: We appreciate your support, Caroline. We are delighted to hear how great your experience was and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

11. Whole Foods Market

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Whole Foods Market
Location
4.2
Prices
4.2
Product Quality
4.3
Establishment
4.2
Customer service
4.2

Address: 1440 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 332-4300

Guy: Grocery store


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José FERREIRO (ホセ フェレイロ): You may find anything here. Amazon fresh delivery here. Easy parking🅿️ you may find even warm food ready to eat. It is interesting to note that you will not find alcool due to local regulations. From meat, fish 🐠🐟 to pastry everything you need. Vegetables very fresh. Everything well. My favorite > the olives that were amazingly good.

Henok Garedew (Henny breezy): This Whole Foods conveniently located in downtown DC. The hot bar has amazing food (I have to eat in my car) The only thing I don’t like is after Amazon bought the store they no longer have dining area. Have lots of parking. Validation is required upon exit.

Joseph Althouse: I love WF. Every location. Cheese selection is fantastic. Seafood is fresh. Not all locations have the sourdough baguette but if you can find it I highly recommend it. I wish there was better line management at checkout. The lines always force customers to block areas needed by other shoppers.
Response: Thanks for your support, Joseph! We look forward to welcoming you back again soon.

Holliday Aldridge: Lovely and healthy place to shop. Heads up! They do not sell Cokes or anything else that's not good for you. Great selection of very fresh produce etc. Would love to have one close to where I live in Florida.
Response: We're glad to offer the products our customers can enjoy and as well thanks for the feedback, Holliday!

Andrew Loftus: Whole Foods is an important anchor business in the heart of our Logan Circle neighborhood in Washington, DC. Excellent selection of fresh fruits, veggies, meat and seafood, as well as prepared foods and deli items. Of course, prices are a little high, but that's widely known, and the nickname "Whole Paycheck" is most definitely earned. Nonetheless, the store is a welcome presence and confirms that "our neighborhood has arrived." It's also nice that they have free validated parking in their own garage, a real plus in our part of the city.

JAMES HYDE: I only go to While Foods for the prepared foods bar. Based on that, this is the worst Whole Foods I’ve been to. I visited three times, and all three times there were a lot of items empty, the food looked old, once the only protein was dried out meatloaf, fried dried chicken, or three pieces of grilled chicken breast that looked like it was from last week. I don’t think I was the only one, there was lots of disappointment walking around looking for something to eat. One visit there was NO lettuce. A salad bar without lettuce! 😐

Josh: This is a nice neighborhood grocery. Whole Foods offers great options but I go here because the staff is exceptionally helpful, the to go hotplates are well looked after and it's easy to park despite the heavy traffic around the block. Thank you!

Eddies: It's an okay WF store in terms of inventory, but forget the hot foods bar. The breakfast, in particular, leaves much to be desired. Eggs are always dried out and old, no matter what time I go in. Bacon is always a big pile of fatty meat. Not good at all and not reliable. They need to do better or just get rid of it.

T B: Stopped by Sunday May 8th to pick up some groceries and even before I entered the store it was clear this visit was going to be an unpleasant one. First, I haven't had any issues here at this location with employees ever before. The only problems are the arrogant types that shop here thinking they are better than everyone else bumping into or stepping on other customers while looking like it is all your fault. Lovely, right? However, something was up yesterday. As I grabbed a small grocery basket and turned around, I see several customers waiting to do the same so I just politely waited for everyone to get their baskets. As I stand there I see the Whole Foods employee in charge of replenishing baskets just mouthing off something awful. Why? Because apparently we were all taking too long. The icing on the cake was his nasty and very unprofessional verbal attack on a female customer who was walking away after finally picking up her basket. The guy looked straight at her asking what was wrong with her and that she was taking too long. HIs mouth was running the entire time, but I couldn't make out everything he said. The female customer was too shocked to say anything back. It was not a pleasant sight especially in the evil world we reside in today. This incident was reported to a customer service manager, but I am sure nothing was said because nothing ever is said. I know... been in the workplace for 20 plus years. It's like this... if you don't like your job and if you feel customers inconvenience you then my advice is to quit and go home.
Response: Hi, we're so sorry to hear about your recent visit to our P street store. We've gone ahead and shared your customer service feedback with our internal team for review. We hope you enjoy the rest of your day.

Mike J.: Ok store but one police officer and one manager by name LYNN. accuses people of shoplifting. Racially profiled people and along with one security guard. On two occasions he followed me and checked into my bag , I been shopping there for five month. New here from Texas. Only when he started working there things became different and difficult. This just has happened a month so far. He also has done same with my friends and other People who carry re usable bags. He should not be a manager. Horrible experience when ever he is working there. He should be fired.
Response: Hi Mike, we're so sorry to hear about your recent visit to our P Street store. We've gone ahead and shared your customer service feedback with our internal team for review. We hope you enjoy the rest of your day.

12. UNIQLO Pike and Rose

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294 reviews
UNIQLO Pike and Rose
Location
4.3
Prices
4.2
Product Quality
4.2
Establishment
4.2
Customer service
4.2

Address: 11853 Grand Park Ave space 708, North Bethesda, MD 20852

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM Thu

Guy: Clothing store


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Lauri Pesantez Pacheco: Uniqlo is my favorite clothing store. They have lots of basics with good quality and great prices. It’s better to use the app as there are more options and promotions. Shipping is free if you pick up from the store which is awesome. Staff is friendly

Htoo Myat: A very well laid out Uniqlo location with a large collection located near a metro station. DMV area so far has Uniqlo locations in Tyson's corner, Union station and this one. Union station location is too small and Tyson's corner is very out of the way. This is a perfect location. The layout of the store is quite logical for the most part but some areas have mixed male and female merchandise so you should take a look around the store at least once before spending all your time looking for what you like in a particular gender specific section. Overall, it is located in a convenient location, easy to reach via public transportation system and also large enough to carry a considerably large collection unlike the DC counterpart.

Bianca S: Nice store with good basics for layering. I love the heatteck line it really helps keep me warm in the winter time. Overall everything is priced right and the staff here are very friendly and helpful.

Chin Slayer: It was my first time at a Uniqlo store and it was definitely a good one. The staff was constantly folding and organizing the merchandise making it easy for customers to find their desired styles and sizes. One of the staff members even took the time to look for a particular shirt for me that the system said they had one available in store and she successfully hunted it down for me. Also perfect location; it's right in the middle of the strip. I would definitely come back to do some more shopping.

Laura Inglis: Big store, well organized. Prices seem decent for the area and product quality, especially their jackets.

Mitch Bell: Bright lights in this store, loud music seemed to be louder near the checkout, store was empty but no service by the staff could either be good or bad depending on your point of view, good if you want to be left alone bad if you want help. Lots of good product at various price points. Store was clean, and as stated well lit.download the app get tracked but they pay you a few bucks to do so, so there's that. Heat tech clothes great for winter

Nicole Jefferson: This was my first time visiting the store and I liked it. Uniqlo appears to have quality basics. I bought a few items for my daughter because they had t shirts for her favorite Anime. I also purchased a sweater for me and another outfit for her. I am plus and there still a few options for me. I'll be back.

Ximena Useda: Really good clothes but the customer service really bad, lady was rude and she looks like she doesn’t want to work here, please find other people.

Nilofer Azad: Tried to return a coat unused with tags on it within 1 week of purchasing. They refused the return without a paper receipt which wasn't in the bag. Never buying from this vendor again.

Mayumi Shigeno: The dressing rooms were closed, so we could not try anything.. otherwise I loved it

13. Whole Foods Market

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269 reviews
Whole Foods Market
Location
4.4
Prices
4.5
Product Quality
4.4
Establishment
4.4
Customer service
4.4

Address: 967 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 519-3400

Guy: Grocery store


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Henok Garedew (Henny breezy): Another good thing comes to the area, This Whole Foods store is very very clean perfectly organized bright and have everything available very helpful and friendly staff, the self checkout is quick and easy as well. it must have a 5 star management team. Plenty of parking spaces available. DON’T forget the validation for your parking, or you will be blocking the exit. I highly recommend it!
Response: Thanks, Henok! We appreciate the kind words.

Jonathan Fisher: The store is certainly complete and easy to use. I arrived on foot, coming up from the nearby AACWM Metro station, a couple blocks south of the Whole Foods. Despite a good crowd, checkout was also easy. They use a single-aisle method for both self checkout and regular registers, so if there is a line it moves. Having Amazon Prime for discounts is still a new thing for me, so I'll have to set that up for the next visit. As always, the bakery section is an exercise in self control and not grabbing any of the colorful tasty things they have ...
Response: We appreciate the great feedback, Jonathan! Thanks for shopping with us.

g Bernard Wandel: Little by little they’re all the same Never in my wildest dreams would I have believed a WFs would enter this historic neighborhood Two blocks from the “World Famous Fla Avenue Grill” Near Howard U and the (not so) new 930 club Ah well, welcome The Rolling Stones next? 😉

Matthew Bunyi: Have gotten purchased food here that turned out be spoiled on four different occasions. At that point, they have to be doing something weird at this location in terms of quality control where both refrigerated and non-refrigerated stuff is going bad in store. This hasn’t happened to me at other locations and I always make sure to store immediately.
Response: Thanks for bringing this to our attention, Matthew. We're sorry to hear about your experience with our products, and we would like to look into this issue further. Please feel free to contact us directly at wfm.com/help with any additional details.

Eddies: For a relatively new store they certainly don't keep it very clean. The dining area has been filthy on most times I've used it. The tables and the counter facing the windows are never clean. On my most recent trip I sat at the counter facing outside and the counter was absolutely filthy and this was at 930 am. One could eat on a picnic table in a public park and have a cleaner table than this. Their breakfast hot food bar leaves a lot to be desired. Seems like they put it out very early and never look at it again. I usually go in between 830 and 930 and by that times it's terrible.
Response: We appreciate your feedback, Eddies. We hope your day is going well!

GK H: Several staff working in the regular check out area (not self check out) are incredibly rude and lazy, particularly during the middle of the week before 5pm. It's a consistent negative experience that will make you want to avoid shopping at the store all together.
Response: Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We're sorry to hear about your experience, and we would like to look into this issue further. Please feel free to contact us directly at wfm.com/help with any additional details.

Anna Muda: Since there is just opened Whole Foods it’s very quiet and clean grocery store. Always good selection of cheese, easy to find everything. Vegetables and fruits are fresh.
Response: We're glad to hear that you're pleased with our store, Anna. Thanks for coming in!

Diya Li: I’ve come here twice now when they’ve advertise / displayed sale prices for items that then don’t come through on the self check out. Store workers always say there’s nothing they can do to reflect the sale price, so it’s either pay full price or put your stuff back. Not a great experience.
Response: We're so sorry you were disappointed on your recent visit. Please visit http://wfm.com/help to send us further details and our team would be happy to review your feedback.

James Bowling: My went to the food bar there for lunch today. The food was incredibly good and the price was inexpensive for lunch for two and on top of that we set outside on their patio or balcony and had our lunch there it was just a really nice experience.
Response: We are delighted to hear how great your experience was. Thanks for shopping with us. We hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

Nancy Crawford: Clean with a variety of food products. Lacking in personality; staff kind of blah but it will do when I'm in a rush. No community feel.

14. H Mart - Wheaton

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1485 reviews
H Mart - Wheaton
Location
4.2
Prices
4.2
Product Quality
4.3
Establishment
4.2
Customer service
4.2

Address: 12015 Georgia Ave, Wheaton-Glenmont, MD 20902

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 942-5071

Guy: Korean grocery store


Review: "They got more of Japanese products than other store."

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Kay Pepper: Been to tons of Asian markets and I am surprised the H-Mart here is just as expensive as any other one, kind of thought it would be cheaper compared to NYC prices. The selection is good and you can find what you want easily, but compared to Lotte and 99 Ranch, this place will blow a hole in your wallet. I left with a shopping cart filled less than a quarter and it equaled $83 dollars, mostly vegetables and tofu. For a week of elegant food, it'ed hit the high $200+ easily. Sales are good when they have them, but other than that, not a place for budget shopper.

Oofio2461 (oofio2461): Best place for foods and Korean foods for Korean and fans of Korean dishes alike! They also have a food court, very rare for a grocery store to have, specially like the size of this store. I have brought candy's from Korean companies and the Flavor was very sweet and tasty, I wish I bought more. Place to go if your looking to try something Korean.

Jeff Tong: The best supermarket in Silver Spring. Fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, and an abundance of other goodies!! The Korean supermarkets are likely they only ones with dried flat filefish, they're frozen here. The sliced beef short ribs have two different grades of marbling, the expensive ones are unrivaled in tenderness!!

Chef Sanji: Most of the frozen meat are grey and got freezer burn. Over a dozen vegetables are missing at 3 pm. All the mushrooms are wet and stinks of mold. For a Sunday I thought it would be busy and fresh ingredients. Quality went down over the year and price went way up.
Response: Dear Valued H Mart Customer, thank you for taking time to write to us and express your concerns. We are truly regretful to hear that the products did not meet your expectations. We would like to look further into your case and resolve any related issues as quickly as possible. Please write to us at [customer_care@hmart.com] with any other details you'd like to share with us regarding your experience. - Best Regards, H Mart

Jon Abulencia: Great Asian market standby. Anecdotally, I only buy my carrots here and no where else. You want spindly normal carrots? They got em. You want big honkers that you can use for stews, curries, or sliced and quick pickled for gorgeous side dishes? Boy do they got em.

Dave Forman: Incredible selection of fresh produce and a dazzling array of fresh seafood. Every cut and part of beef, chicken, or pork that you could want fresh and packaged. If there's a noodle or dumpling that you want, they've got it. Can't miss!

Louise Gretschel: Kimchi and banchan are usually pretty solid at H Mart. Great selection of frozen foods, produce, Asian pantry staples, ramen, bulk rice, and marinated meats. Seafood/fish counter is huge. Even includes a little bakery up front with loaves of sweet bread and cake which i have yet to check out. Always spend way too much time here, in a good way.

Chomar: Clean grocery store with plenty of Asian flavor. The hot lunch bar serves kimchi, vermicelli, sushi an much more. They also have lots of fruits an veggies you can find at other name brand grocers like korean pears an king oyster mushrooms.

Jonathan Romero: Always helpful and courteous . They also have a great selection of international products .my preferred choice of items to purchase are of Korean descent . Love the Jin ramyen especially with the kimchi also readily available for purchase . Just a tip for those who love ramyen boil the kimchi in your water prior to adding in your favorite noodle and you'll see the wonders of kimchi . Was taught this from a coworker who was Korean and it works wonders . Jesus loves you all !

Sonya Cooper: I love H Mart grocery stores and usually shop at their VA locations. I didn't enjoy my experience at this location. The store didn't have the same feel of cleanliness and order as the other locations.

15. Filipino Global Market

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21 reviews
Filipino Global Market
Location
4
Prices
3.9
Product Quality
3.9
Establishment
3.9
Customer service
3.9

Address: 6365 Livingston Rd, Oxon Hill, MD 20745

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 686-0708

Guy: Asian grocery store


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Jeannifer Braaten: Definitely on the go! Its close by MGM and whats awesome? Its right next to the liquor store…Awesome!! (I wish they would sell Filipino’s favorite beer- The “RED HORSE”) Prices is very reasonable. The owners are superb so nice. Thank you for that great service - 5 stars for you!!

Deborah Edwards: Best store ever lots of good deals and food love the fresh cook food.

Tin Rodriguez: I called them to verify what time they close they said 7:00pm went there before 6:30 and they are closed already. So inconvenient:(

Tangerine Washington: The employees are nice but I've gotten items before with the expiration date removed.

Eve gernale: A great place to buy variety of filipino goods.

Mai Tai: Great place. Filipino friend turned me on to it.

Philippe Ablain: Nice place I used to go...

Fog runr: Friendly and helpful slice of the Philippines!

Mariano Sanchez: . B

16. Whole Foods Market

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156 reviews
Whole Foods Market
Location
3.8
Prices
3.9
Product Quality
3.8
Establishment
3.8
Customer service
3.8

Address: 2323 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 747-5570

Guy: Grocery store


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Kevin M Combes: Very cutting-edge store, the first Whole Foods to open with Amazon's Just Walk Out technology. However, the other recent review from a Local Guide has some inaccuracies. You are *not* required to use the Just Walk Out technology. There are traditional self-checkouts if you prefer. When you enter the store, you choose which way you'd like to shop. If you do want to use Just Walk Out (and I recommend it), you do NOT need to be a Prime Member. You can use an in-store code from the Amazon/Whole Foods app, set up palm scanning (Amazon One), or use a credit card. Just Walk Out cuts out so many steps from shopping. You can put things into your bag as you shop, and you don't have to take them out again until you get home. I was so impressed with how well it works, even with complex items like loose bars of soap set out on a table, the self-serve hot bar/salad bar (which is priced by the box here), and the deli. Unlike the Amazon Fresh in Logan Circle, you have to scan your code/palm/card both on your way in and *out*. (This is because the store offers that option not to use Just Walk Out. The system needs to verify that you are a JWO customer before you bypass the checkout.) This is a little bit less convenient, but it's still way faster than using a checkout. The selection here is exactly what you'd expect from any other Whole Foods. It's really impressive how the Just Walk Out technology has been scaled up to a store this size, with such a large selection. The quality is great. I went out of my way to shop here because I'm a fan of the technology. I can't wait for this to come to a neighborhood closer to where I live.
Response: We are so delighted to hear about your wonderful experience in our store, Kevin! We appreciate your support & hope to welcome you back again very soon.

Gary Ma: I usually give Whole Food stores a 5 but this one does not have dispensers for plastic utensils like every Whole Foods I've been to had. The dispensers have been proven to save plastic because people use less when items are dispensed one at a time. Instead, there are only packages of utensils which included a knife which I didn't need. This is a BAD corporate decision and I hope they change it soon.
Response: We're so sorry you were disappointed with the lack of dispensers, Gary. Please visit http://wfm.com/help to send us further details and our team would be happy to review your feedback.

M planetmike: This Brave New Whole Foods reopened without cashiers is intriguing. The food selections are the same, only your checkout experience has changed. Is this our future or just one future? Cameras and sensors from the ceiling detect what customers select from the shelves. Is this a convenience we need? Seems contrary (but a common theme today) where we live in a world with a growing population, yet simultaneously strive to reduce jobs with low skill requirements? In addition to the food you select, Amazon has sufficient data to NOW know if you are right or left handed, what you look like, your height, the clothes you wear, etc... Wonder who owns this data? I do NOT see any benefits here for the customer, only for Amazon/Whole Foods.

Nils Hünerfürst: Great concept store. You can login with your In-Store Amazon Code and grab all your groceries and walk out. Super crazy.
Response: We appreciate the great feedback! Thanks for shopping with us.

Michelle Minstrell: Wow, what a unique experience! If you want (not required) you can try out the new technology linked to your Amazon account and not have to wait in a check out line! Lots of staff available to help get you set up to scan your app, shop, and then "just walk out"! (Pro tip: bag your groceries as you shop.) Great new store layout, bright aisles, great product selection of natural foods. Self-checkout available if you'd rather not use the app. So glad they are back to serve the community.
Response: We are incredibly grateful that you took the time out to leave us this great review, Michelle. Thanks for being such a fantastic customer!

Piggy Girl: High-quality selection of organic foods and an excellent variety of takeout buffet items! You can stuff an entire box to the brim for only about fifteen dollars which is awfully affordable for food of this quality. However the security is insane and there were about five people standing there forcefully directing to into narrow lines and barely accepting any questions about it. Besides the pushy and rather confusing security system it's one of the better grocery stores in the area
Response: Please accept my sincere apology for the difficulties you encountered. We apologize that a member of our store's security team treated you in anything less than the most professional and courteous manner. We take these issues very seriously and I have addressed this with the store and global leadership teams so they may investigate.

Calliope Athanassiadou: Although the general staff behavior was helpful, courteous and quick to respond to questions, we were surprised when we were stopped from taking a photo of a product that we meant to send to a friend for advice and direction. Since when taking photos is not allowed in a supermarket? Somebody should advise their personnel that a super market is a public place, unless we totally misunderstood the intent of the space.

Joseph Raczynski: Huge changes! Everything has been automated now since they reopened in February 2022. You don't need to be an Amazon Prime member, but it's optimized for those individuals. You walk in through turnstiles, with your unique member QR Code and then you simply walk around the store pick things up and walk out. No checkout, none. Sensors, really cameras, identify what you picked up and put in your bag. You're charged as you walk out. Your receipt shows up in your email in box. I checked, it was accurate. Again, walk in, pick up what you want, place in your bag, walk out. No checkout! The future is here. Always feel free to reach out to me on Twitter @joerazz
Response: We appreciate the great feedback, Joseph! Thanks for shopping with us.

D RK: The Whole Foods in Glover Park is creepy and has a limited selection of items due to the fact that items must be spaced apart in a way that many cameras can capture the image of shoppers purchasing items. In order for the many black cameras to operate self service options in the bakery are very limited for instance as is the case for many departments. The seafood counter as well is small and selection limited despite the size of the store and pristine cleanliness. So it is both creepy and very clean. The selection is very, very limited except for the produce department. Very, very disappointing.

Felice Goodwin: So disappointed in this store! We have waited almost 4 years for the reopening, and now that it is finally open it seems sterile and impersonal. Everything is prepackaged and weighed , no pretty produce to bag yourself. Worst part is you have no idea how much you have spent until you get an email 2 hours later. No way to pay with a different credit card either! I wanted to use my company credit card, but had to get permission from a manger to use the self-checkout and not my prime account. Ring the doorbell to come in? Well that is weird as well. Walk down the ramp to the garage to get in, seems unsafe too. They need to get this worked out. Please go back to the old Whole Foods as we knew it.

17. UNIQLO Tysons Corner

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761 reviews
UNIQLO Tysons Corner
Location
4.4
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.5
Establishment
4.4
Customer service
4.4

Address: Tysons Corner, 1961 Chain Bridge Rd, McLean, VA 22102

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (855) 486-4756

Guy: Clothing store


Review: "Love this Japanese clothes store."

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Todd Mick: Everything was organized, despite being completely hectic. The lines went quickly for being rung up and Yuhanna was extremely personable, helpful, and knowledgeable on the product. Give that man a raise!

Eduardo Moser: We have been customers of the brand for several years. We had a bad experience at this store when chose a couple of items from the On Sale section that cost 7.90 each, but at the cashier rings 15.90 each, she said that the price was 15.90 each and did not agree to verify the price at the rack. I did not expect this attitude from Uniqlo

RCS S: There’s always a lot of choices to choose from. From kids to adult. Reasonable prices and nice design. Quality is excellent. Always on style.

Stacey Black: I never really shop here because they see not close to home. I always check them put to see if there is anything of interest and again, there was nothing. The children's section is an absolute joke as there really isn't one. I mean the only thing they seem to stock for children are those puffer coats in 10 colors. My kid doesn't need another puffer. The prices seemed to have gone up as well. Pants were $39.90. I definitely remember those same pants at $29.90. If I'm at a mall with Uniqlo I'll go in but it's not a must for me.

Valeria Contreras: First if all, I'm just happy there's a UNIQLO close by. However, if you are un the larger sizes (like me) this won't be store to buy at. I can still buy tops from the guys or unisex section which keeps my UNIQLO love fed. Overall, the quality of the clothing is amazing and the checkout process is super cool and automated.

chayoun kim: They have a weird policy of only letting one person in each fitting room even for little kids. There is no way for the parent to help the kid change, and the kid needs to come out of the fitting room after every clothing to show how it looks. Very inefficient and ridiculous.

Joel Cyriluis Santos Jr.: Visited Uniqlo USA for first time in 2019. Nice store by the way like any in the world. Would love to visit again.

Victoria Cira: This is a good place to get basic items, I bought three basic tshirts for work, and they were nice colors, but it's pretty boring otherwise

Kyle Goodell: Terrible first experience with their product and customer service. Bought three shirts, and after washing them with normal detergent one of the shirts had bad discoloration. Customer service refused to do anything even though it was clear that it was a manufacturing defect.

J N: Great store and quality as always, no idea why the AC was supposedly broken. NYC Uniqlo claimed the same thing when we visited there last week. Places to sit down while adults are shopping would be a plus.

18. Whole Foods Market

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568 reviews
Whole Foods Market
Location
4.3
Prices
4.2
Product Quality
4.2
Establishment
4.2
Customer service
4.2

Address: 101 H St SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 469-7280

Guy: Grocery store


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Henok Garedew (Henny breezy): This is one of the must visit Whole Foods when it comes to bakery and most groceries. Easy to find parking spot, clean in the inside and out, their hot food is so amazing and tasty, friendly stuff. Make sure to validate your parking tickets prior to exit the garage otherwise you’ll be stuck.I recommended it.
Response: Thanks for recommending us, Henok!

Joshua D App: Stopped by today to pick up pizza near closing time on a Monday night. Even with all the usual clean up rush, Diva (I believe that’s her name as it was through a mask) was very pleasant and helpful even though she had limited time and ingredients left and at the end of her shift. Extra stars for her! The rest of the store is as you would expect from a Whole Foods
Response: We truly appreciate you sharing your feedback with us, Joshua. We are thrilled to hear of the amazing experience you received at our store, and will gladly share your feedback with the appropriate leadership so Diva can get the kudos they deserve!

A Smith: This Whole Foods seems to always be fully stocked which is refreshing in comparison to some of the others. The staff is friendly and everything is well organized. I think they have the best selection out of the other locations in DC plus the wine and bakery section is impressive. Definitely worth a visit.

Iris Lazarus: Conveniently located in the SE / Navy yard neighbourhood, this whole foods offer several food options, especially organic. There are several restaurants and cafes within walking distance from the whole foods. Like other whole foods, this one also has free parking for a limited amount of time. Whole foods cafe is also open and allows people to sit and enjoy the bar food. Whether you are vegetarian, vegan, etc. Whole foods has a number of foods to select from. My friend and I visited this place in search of some vegan cookies, turns out that not just that they had several options, the cookies tasted great too.

Jennifer Hundley: Staff here are generally really helpful and friendly and the lines have not been long first thing in the AM or even at lunchtime before a storm. Organic produce and prepared items (guacamole or salsa) can be spotty, but supply chain issues are am issue at times. All in all a great place to shop and plenty of parking.

kaledev: It's a nice store. The hot bar is very limited compared to other Whole Foods I've been to. But everything was pretty good. Downside is that it's way too expensive, in my opinion.
Response: We appreciate the feedback! Thanks for shopping with us.

Alisha T: The worst parking I’ve been to in my life. They allow cars to go both directions where there’s clearly not enough space at all so 3 cars end up backing up to let other 3 cars going the other direction to get through. Beyond inefficient and you’d think Whole Foods would install some smart parking guidance system but no they don’t give a foo!

Sally Stoecker: I have a question: why has the price of tuna fish in the deli section (plain, Mediterranean, cranberry) risen so sharply in the past few weeks? Now up from $10.00 per container to 13.00? We love the store, products, staff…we just don’t understand some price hikes.

Andrew B: We generally like this Whole Foods, but have gotten poor support from the food prep department. Every Friday for the past four weeks we have ordered two large two topping pizzas. Every week we have had an issue with the pizza from them losing the order, making it wrong and printing the ticket wrong so it was the wrong price at checkout. They need a little improvement in quality control.

Phyllis Hickman: Found everything I wanted except serveral flavors of Italian soda. Please restock. I use 2% milk and it's always empty. No complaints otherwise.
Response: We appreciate your feedback, Phyllis. We hope your day is going well!

19. Whole Foods Market

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Whole Foods Market
Location
4.3
Prices
4.4
Product Quality
4.3
Establishment
4.3
Customer service
4.3

Address: 600 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 469-7410

Guy: Grocery store


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Kev- keepingitreal: Great place to shop for all your groceries needs. Whole Foods Market offers a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables to choose from, they also offer a place to return your Amazon order for a Amazon pickup this really convenient. Whole Foods Market store was clean, shelf was pretty well organized and stock, staff was very friendly and helpful. This store offers free underground parking to customers. The parking garage is located on 6th Street.

Joshua D App: Stopped by today to pick up pizza near closing time on a Monday night. Even with all the usual clean up rush, Diva (I believe that’s her name as it was through a mask) was very pleasant and helpful even though she had limited time and ingredients left and at the end of her shift. Extra stars for her! The rest of the store is as you would expect from a Whole Foods

ŞîMØ 𓂀 ÅĐĄ: Great place to shop for all your groceries needs.
Response: We appreciate your support. We are delighted to hear how great your experience was and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

Anthony Scott: I like shopping here. The store is clean and well organized. The food prices are a little high, but they are of good quality. I do recommend this location. The only negative thing was an employee using foul language, but everything can't be perfect!

Kathy Thomas: My entire experience at Whole Foods, was great. First off, there was plenty of parking, my son easily found a spot in their parking garage, which leads right into their store. You get a parking ticket and can park 90 minutes, free. The store was huge, there were plenty of carts. The fresh fish and meat were great, and we purchased a good amount of fresh salmon, and other seafood. I found everything I needed to cook for my son and I, which is huge. Fresh produce was great, I got fresh collard greens, kale, green beans, spinach, onions, to name a few. They also had personal items.
Response: Thank you for your wonderful feedback, Kathy. We hope to welcome you and your family again soon!

Stephanie Enaje: One of my go-to Whole Foods since they opened. Staff is always kind. Lines always go fast. Just a tidbit, the high PH water refill had/has a metallic taste that was off-putting hopefully management addressed it.
Response: We thank you for stopping by and for leaving a review, Stephanie.

Anthony Alexander: This is the worst Whole Foods I have ever been to in my life. Tried to give it a year but after hearing profanity from the store clerks joking around with each other for the 5th time, I have had it. The food is often not fresh. They do not replenish produce shelves and will leave wilted products out. The hot bar is always unkept with food that has been out too long and it tastes horrible even when its fresh. The pizza is always old and whole pies are sitting there with coagulated grease because it looks unappetizing, Every day the hot bar, pizza and deli are the same. No variety. I have gone to other Whole foods in DC and it is not like this- so it is THIS H street location. The customer service is horrible. There was a person working in the vitamin section and asked about some calcium and he was like "I dunno, just look around.". You never see any new products like you do at other whole foods. Once I got ice cream home and it was melted already (I only live a block from the store) . The deli counter people are NEVER at the counter. They are always in back and seem put out when you want to buys something. The manager of this store should be fired. Please investigate this store. It gives Whole Foods a bad name.
Response: Thanks for bringing this to our attention, Anthony. We're sorry to hear about your experience with our team members, and we would like to look into this issue further. Please feel free to contact us directly at wfm.com/help with any additional details.

Kimberly Arias: I don't want to give this place a 1 star but I have to, given the amount of times the people running the registers have done me wrong. I don't know what's going on here. 1) About 2 years ago, I bought an Amazon gift card for my cousin and come to find out, the person who checked me out at the register never activated it. I had to go in person, prove I bought it (thank goodness the manager was able to pull up my receipt from their system) and then they activated a new one for me. This was a waste of time but it's ok. A one time fluke is fine...or so I thought. 2) Last year, I bought another gift card (Nordstroms) for my bf's mom. Same thing happened again, not activated. This time I kept all receipts (knowing what happened to me before) and was able to give them to my bf's mom so that she could fight this battle lol. Nordstroms honored the gift card. But now I'm thinking something is fishy because Whole Foods H Street has now sold me 2 different gift cards with $0 value on them. 3) I made an Amazon return to this store on February 17, 2022. I returned a Nike women's soccer jersey and the lady at customer service scanned my barcode and collected my return. I received an email saying my money is on the way, as per usual. I thought everything was fine. Fast forward nearly 2 months, and today, I get an email from Amazon saying they never received the jersey and instead, received other items like a "glove" which I never purchased by the way. So Amazon is now charging me once more for the jersey, which I handed to the Whole Foods lady and I no longer have! So I don't know if she misplaced the returns, mixed them up, or if somehow the jersey has gone missing. I just know that I turned it into this store, my barcode was scanned, I have receipts. Any mishandling is on this store and yet, I'm getting charged for it. For what it's worth, I love everything else about this place: it's clean, well stocked, and the employees are honestly friendly. But there are now 3 instances where this store has put my money at risk so I now find it hard to trust the customer service folks. Overall, just keep your receipts from this place especially for gift cards and double check your returns. I'm sure I'm not the only one with these types of experiences.
Response: We're so sorry about these experiences. Please visit http://wfm.com/help to send us further details and our team would be happy to review your feedback.

Jairo Josephine: It's a good place to shop but they have changed the recipe of their famous Norwegian Heaven Cake. It tastes like a commercialized chocolate cake from shoppers, Safeway, Walmart, and giant. I have tried it at four different Whole Foods in the DMV area, and the results are the same.

Frank DC Tinsley: Whole Foods on 600 H St NE in Washington DC is a Amazing Store,the Customer Service is great, and employees are nice,and Whole Foods is also Clean,and has great products such as fresh foods,to nice essentials:)it's amazing foods got so much great tastes, you'll be coming back for more in no time, it's also fast in there too,not much waiting, definitely a must shop:)
Response: Thank you for shopping with us, Frank! We hope to see you again soon!

20. Hung Phat Grocery

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203 reviews
Hung Phat Grocery
Location
4.3
Prices
4.3
Product Quality
4.4
Establishment
4.3
Customer service
4.3

Address: 11315 Fern St, Wheaton, MD 20902

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 929-0725

Guy: Grocery store


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Chanpen Tee: This asian grocery has many frozen and dried foods They sell some fresh food and dessert as well. Rhe cashier is friendly

M Dang: Has just about all the specialty things you need to make Vietnamese food. Not a lot of meat or anything like that but that's something you can get at a regular grocery store or H Mart. I love stopping by here to get quick prepared food that I can pop into the microwave. The baos are delicious and I love their pork patties! It's pretty small though and that means the parking lot gets pretty crowded as well.

Allen S: Great Mom and Pop (literally) Asian grocery store that I have shopped at for 15 years. Also an excellent hot food bar with unique Thai offerings. Support small businesses and check them out!

Damien: Well stocked grocery store with affordable prices. Will come back for the fresh and affordable produce as well as specialty items.

Peter N.: I'd known about this store for some time but it's quite out of my way which is why I hadn't visited yet. But my mom, in need of a new grocery store since our favorite Thai store closed, wanted to try it out and lemme tell you. We are coming once a week. It had EVERYTHING we needed and more. Seriously more. Within 5 minutes we had filled an entire grocery cart. By the time we left an hour later we had bought 3 carts worth of groceries . Great prices, friendly people, and good food!

Khoi Nguyen: Great selection of hot food and groceries. Love the hot food bar and bubble tea station

María José Rendón: Awesome. Only asian store where I can find candlenuts! Also have found rare items from Indonesia or Singapore that i can't find elsewhere. Owner speaks English and I was able to ask for things I was looking for.

Michael Marks: All your Asian foods. Well stocked, fresh ingredients. Friendly, helpful people. Free parking.

Jeff Tong: The best Vietnamese grocery store in the area!

Nick Morandi: Excellent grocery, great prices and selection. The owner (I assume he is the owner, at least) is very nice and helpful. I love to cook Thai food and they have everything I need here and more.