Reliable market found at the heart of downtown Union Square, Reliable market has been selling Korean and Japanese groceries for more than 30 years now. Sushi-grade fish, fresher vegetables, home made and frozen kimchi, a variety of Asian prepared and frozen food, and endless condiments made in house every day. This has been one of the most successful Korean and Japanese grocery stores ever.
This is a store with very friendly and helpful staff that will help you with anything. From ordering to the packing, there is always someone around ready to help. They even provide free consultation before your purchase and you can even bring a friend to help you if you’d like.
Their large selection of local, organic produce has a lot to offer. Whether you need kale, spinach, radishes, or many other greens to name just a few there are sure to be the perfect ones for your taste. Their meat department has a lot of great offerings. Whether you are looking for bbq pork, chicken, or steak you are sure to find it in this section.
Sushi is something to try when in a new place, but you should know what to expect at first. First, do not go hungry! They have many varieties and there are also some that are prepared in house, and many others that are frozen. If you do not like the taste of their products then you can always get them frozen. Some people really love their sushi so much that they just order it from here every time!
They have the largest selection of sushi that I have seen in New York. There are also many different kinds of tempura that they sell, as well as a variety of sashimi. The tempura is made from rice cooked with various ingredients like sesame oil and teriyaki sauce. Sashimi are small pieces of fish.
The sushi is prepared in house, so expect to see a long line waiting for the next batch of sushi. If you are new to the area then you may want to start out with some of the appetizers to see how it tastes. Once you get familiar with the taste you may be ready to try the main dishes, which are usually served with the tempura and sashimi.
They also have a very large selection of sushi and Asian-prepared foods, but I have only had a couple of them there so far. I don’t know if they have everything I was looking for, but they have a lot of things that I can try.
Overall I would recommend this market to anyone who wants to try Korean and Japanese food, and also any other Asian prepared food in their own home. It’s the only Asian market I have found that has a lot of prepared and packaged foods. I would stay away from the frozen and pre-packaged options because their prices tend to be higher than the fresh ones and you need to eat a lot more to get the full meal.
I usually get the frozen and pre-packaged types at one of my friend’s houses because she knew me from when I used to go to the market to buy all kinds of good foods. She knows me very well, so she knows what I like and why. She also knew where I went, so I knew that I would get exactly what I was looking for.
Their Korean, Japanese, and Chinese food are also pretty good. I am a fan of the Japanese and Thai food. Both of them have good quality and I love all three of them! Their sushi is also great!
The place is quite small, and it looks a little run down. There is a small bar, but it doesn’t look like many other restaurants have a bar there. But the food that they do sell is always great!
They also do Hawaiian meals and Thai, which are some of the best I have had in New York, but they don’t have all of the options I was looking for. I don’t think they do a huge selection of those, but the ones that do are very good!