Understandably this is the new flagship store of the store Hanahreum supermarket chain, one of three East-Coast-based Corean Korean American companies that have gone beyond dominating the Asian food industry to start taking traffic from mainstream chains like Safeway and Giant Food. It stocks so many Chinese, Japanese and mainstream products — in addition to the Corean Korean — that its core customer base extends beyond the 66, Coreans in Northern Virginia to include all Asians as well as other locals. It has caused so much stir since opening in November that Asians make up only about half the clientele. The word of mouth is fueled by the freshness of the produce, meats and seafoods, and its luxurious, other-worldly ambience. Super H Mart's complete selection of regular supermarket stuff also affords Asians American families the convenience of getting their weekly shopping done under one roof.
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Not just Asian food -- a little bit of everything The bottom line for me is that while parking can be a challenge, I really like what Lotte Plaza has to offer. Two main parts to Lotte Plaza, the food court and the market. The food court offers Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese and Indian selections, a step up from fast food, not quite formal dining. I've only tried the Korean, and it was pretty good. Though not everything will be to everyone's taste, it's a great place to try some new cuisines in a lower-cost, less-threatening environment than popping for a full-blown restaurant experience.