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11205 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77072 281 – 575 – 7954
hong kong on sale 12-15-12-18
香港超級市場 HONG KONG FOOD MARKET
世界名人网讯 香港城(Hong Kong City Mall)是美国最大的亚洲室内商场，超过20家餐厅、商店坐落其中，典型的亚洲风格建筑，五彩缤纷的亚洲花园，长满荷花的喷水池，大片的停车场，使得香港城变成名符其实的休斯顿亚裔社区的中心。
香港城每年吸引多达五万游客。香港城的旗舰店是香港超级市场(Hong Kong Food Market)——美国最大的亚洲超市，另外还包括多种多样的东方商店和一个巨大的美食角。香港城西边连接到珍宝海鲜楼(Ocean Palace)，休斯顿最大的港市茶楼。
Hong Kong City Mall is one of the largest Asian indoor malls in the U.S. The more than 20 restaurants and cafes, along with a multitude of shops, resemble a small city. The beautiful Asian architecture, colorful gardens, fountains filled with lily pads, and an enormous parking lot make it a centerpiece for Houston's Asian community.
The mall attracts more than 50,000 tourists each year. Anchoring the mall is Hong Kong Food Market; other tenants include a variety of oriental shops and a large Asian food court. Connected to the west wing of the mall is Ocean Palace, Houston's largest dim sum restaurant to date.
Houston Press named Best Asian Grocery for Hong Kong Market No. 4 in 2007, "There's no place that can compare to Hong Kong Market No. 4. It's probably the best example of the mix of Texan and Asian cultures. Only in Houston can you find an Asian grocery that has adopted the local fetish of building the largest and grandest supermarkets possible. Here you'll find a plethora of products from every Asian country imaginable. From seemingly odd Japanese soft drinks to Korean candy, this place has stuff for those looking for the exotic and for those who're just homesick."
Houston Press named Best Asian Grocery for Hong Kong Market No. 4 in 2000, "Say good-bye to the cramped, dirty Asian grocery store with its persistent fishy stench, and hello to brightly lit aisles upon aisles of groceries. True to the very Texas notion that bigger is better, the newest Hong Kong Market location on Bellaire at Boone Road is bigger than a Randalls Flagship, bigger than a Fiesta, bigger, even, than Wayne Dolcefino's ego. What it lacks in character it makes up for in quantity and variety of goods. Its in-house bakery offers almond cookies and mooncakes from local bakeries; its produce section has more green leafy vegetables than you could ever name. Its shelves house more varieties of canned shark fin, dried squid and shrimp chips than any other Asian grocery store, as well as jars of Ragú spaghetti sauce for Americanized kids. Hong Kong Market also maintains aisles of housewares with woks, rice cookers of impressive proportions, flip-flops, Pokémon alarm clocks, Asian soaps and even farmers' rice hats. Big, clean and reasonably cheap. That's all you need to know. "
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