BEST ASIAN MARKET - 2007
Lee Lee Oriental Supermarket
That's pretty poor representation for the culinary traditions of an entire continent, dontcha think? Yeah, we do, too. Which is why we head to Lee Lee when we're in the mood to cook something more exotic than a no-brainer stir-fry.
Who knew there were so many kinds of tofu, so many varieties of noodles? And better yet, a seafood department that looks like an aquarium, with fish so fresh they're still swimming? We're not sure what's more appealing about Lee Lee the novelty (quirky candies, snacks, and drinks), or the sheer variety of goods from Vietnam, China, Japan, Korea, India, and beyond. The à la carte foods aisle is a feast of sights and smells, while the produce section is a gorgeous sea of green, with heaps of leafy greens, sprouts, peppers, and unusual vegetables that you definitely won't find at your corner market.
Lee Lee rocks my world! I live in California now, and I miss this grocery store dearly. They have amazing low prices and easy to read price labels. The selection of spices, dry foods, fresh fruits and veggies, meat and seafood might be the best in the country.
It's rare when things are done well anymore, so to see Lee Lee's Market blew me away! It is inspired with a large touch of genious! Low prices and unbelievable selctions of meats and the most incredible seafood. This store puts AJ's to shame. The absolute best selction I have ever seen and a store staff that will go way beyond good cistomer service to be sure you are pleased.Now with a new store in Glendale I have now found my new weekly grocery store. The low prices on everything will blow you away. Make sure to put this on your to-do list. You will not be disappointed.Kudos to Lee Lee's. A+++ in every area.