6450 Sepulveda Blvd, Van Nuys, CA | Directions 9141134.187835 -118.465524
Neighborhoods: South Valley, Van Nuys
Grab some Henessey XO and Sriracha. Take a plunge in the lobster tank. Sample some dumplings from the deli. Stock up on some green tea and lychee ice cream. Be surprised by how little you paid.
Great selection for Asian grocery in the valley. Rich collection of seafood and authentic Chinese food for quick bites.
Good selection and prices but parking is a nightmare on Elm street, especially if you come on a weekend. Eek! If you love your car, I would advise getting bumper guards before venturing here. But that aside, you can find everything you need and get great Chinese food and snacks! Yum! And not to mention that everyone stops here when you go to eat dim sum at the restuarant on the 4th floor of the focus mall or bbq at Sam Woo. Yay!
For Asian specialties at rock-bottom prices mosey on in to 99 Ranch. – The Scene
This Asian market is clean, modern and vast. Hours of diversion are tucked into its shelves and crannies: live fish, a profusion of colorful gummy candies, an intoxicating array of Chinese liquor in porcelain decanters, an immaculate produce section that transcends the best Western markets.
99 Ranch offers a dazzling mix of familiar foods and obscure delicacies for incredibly thrifty prices. The produce section is an adventure: pea sprouts, asparagus lettuce, and perhaps a dozen other Asian greens. Longbeans, bitter melon and green papaya are fresher than fresh. Ditto live seafood like Dungeness crabs and lobsters. Or venture into uncharted waters and try something exotic. Micropogan unducatus, anyone? Beef, pork and poultry are bountiful and beautifully cut. Dozens of aisles are loaded with Asian goods, from staples like Jasmine rice, soy sauce, oils, hot sauces and bean curd products to special treats like roast duck and Hello Kitty Dream Cakes.
Great Chinese shopping! – I love to shop at 99 Ranch, and I make it a weekly routine to go there. It carries all Asian foods and products you would ever need. I always go for the chinese vegetables, fruits, meat & seafood, and the chinese sauces. Also, their store hours are very convenient and they open quite late.
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