Eating international fare bypasses many transatlantic travel woes, such as jet lag and oar splinters. Stamp your palate’s passport with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Asian Groceries
A 19-ounce package of tofu is $1.39, mochi ice cream is $4.99, and a 16-ounce package of rice noodles is $1.99.
Hana Asian Market
Shopping carts loaded with dozens of different dry noodles from Japan, Korea, and China roll through the aisles at Hana Asian Market, where shelves hold spices from across Asia, homemade vegan and meat pot stickers, and bundles of sushi- and sashimi-grade fish. The market also regularly hosts sushi-making classes that demonstrate proper rolling techniques and give students all the necessary ingredients, sparing them the hassle of ransacking the aquarium in their office lobby.
“Great little market! The only place I can find some of the asian staples I like.”
“Ask if you have questions. The staff is very helpful and can set you up with everything you need to make sushi at home!”
“nice lots of korean food ”