Asian Markets in Miami

If you’re new in town, here are just a small selection of Asian markets I’ve personally visited over the years. Posting a separate one for Broward, so envious, they have a much bigger selection of Asian markets and restaurants. If you know a really good one, hope you’ll share with us so I can add to this list.

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Most Asian markets are on 163rd/167th, open 7 days, call for times. You can get cheap gas refills at all the Asian markets for your gas stove, buy more for storm season.


Beijing Mart:Brand new since May 2013! Big store, nice, clean and neatly organized! Small selection of fresh veggies currently but will be expanding as they grow. Usual with cookware, crockery as well as Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese ingredients.

316 NE 167th street, North Miami, FL 33162 305-945-1188

P K Oriental Mart:
They speak English and run by a husband and wife. Their staff are helpful. They’re organized and have a nice selection! They make the best roast duck, BBQ pork (char sit), crispy pork belly, soy chicken made fresh daily on premise and has the largest selection of fresh Chinese veggies.
255 NE 167th St, North Miami Beach, FL 33162. 305- 654-9646

Chung Hing Oriental Mart:
Tons of good stuff incl. beautiful colorful ceramic ceramic spoons. No roast meats here.
1855 NE 163rd St, 305-947-6038

Vinh An Oriental Mart:
Anything and everything Vietnamese including daily fresh made Vietnamese seasonal snackies. They stock fresh Chinese and Vietnamese veggies and herbs. Good selection of crockery and cookware.
372 NE 167th st, 305-948-8860

Mary Ann Bakery:
As far as I know, this is the only Asian cake shop in Miami! My favs to try are coconut tart, egg tart, melon pastry, curry beef puff, chicken pie, sausage rolls. They also have Char Siu Bao.
9-6pm, closed Tuesdays, 1284 NE 163rd st, 305-945-0333

Sunshine Indo-Pak Grocery:
Indian spices, curry powder, cardamom for garlic breath, mango chutney, wholewheat paratha (freezer), Punjabi mix (spicy snack with nuts, yum), loose leaf teas, small selection of fresh veggies incl. fresh herbs and chilies, seasonal fruit like boxes of mangoes, yum.
1809 NE 164th st, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 305-948-9856

Laurenzo’s Market:
My fav place to shop! It’s like an all year round farmer’s market with fresh veggies/fruits. They try to bring in exotic stuff and always new things.
16445 West Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach, 305-944-5052

Laurenzo’s Specialty Food Market:

Italian Cafeteria with best Greek Salad, Lasagne, bit dark to eat in there! Ricotta cheese cake is my brother-in-law’s fav, they make fresh pasta and their deli has the best green sweet olives without salt!
16385 West Dixie Hwy, 305-945-6381

Japanese Market:
Sushi bar, all things Japanese.
1412 79th St. Causeway, N. Bay Village, FL 33141 305-861-0143

Miami China City:
Asian accessories, lucky bamboo, Chinese clothing, trinkets, dried goods, some crockery.
41 NW 167th st, FL 33169 305-655-9698

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These 3 are just a small selection…

P K Oriental Mart:
9501 SW 72nd St, Miami, FL 33173 305-595-9678

Lucky Oriental Mart:
Large market with everything, roast meats only available weekends.
8356 SW 40th Street, D-1, Miami, FL 33155 305-220-2838

Asian Best Market:
17047 S. Dixie Hwy,
South Miami, FL 33157 305-253-1090

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16 Responses to Asian Markets in Miami
  1. Loren Alvarez
    July 24, 2014 | 12:13 pm

    they just opened a huge new one thats ridiculously clean and the staff are extremely friendly- its called kimchi oriental mart, its at
    15355 S. Dixie Hwy
    Palmetto Bay

    They have mainly korean food, but alot of variety and they compete with prices and price match, they also have fresh kimichi and curry thats amazing.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      September 23, 2014 | 4:16 pm

      Thanks Loren for this new market tip!

  2. Anthony Verrilli
    February 1, 2014 | 11:34 am

    I’d like to invite you to stop by Asia Market in south Miami on US1 and SW 160th street. We have been in business since 1982 and have a great reputation with the community.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 4, 2014 | 10:54 am

      Thx Anthony, will drop by next time I’m in your area.

  3. Aisha
    January 8, 2014 | 7:45 am

    does any of the stores sell melon bread i love that snack

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 4, 2014 | 10:57 am

      Sorry Aisha for late response, just saw this. Do you mean puff pastry with melon that’s round and kind of flat? I love that too, the only place I’ve found it is at Maryann Bakery which is listed above. Good luck.

  4. Patricia
    December 21, 2013 | 11:48 pm

    Today I went to ” Vinh An Oriental Mart” it was wonderful to find a vietnamese market! Thank you! Happy holidays!

    • Eleanor Hoh
      December 28, 2013 | 5:32 pm

      Glad you found Vinh An useful, Patricia!

  5. Marti
    October 30, 2013 | 3:56 pm

    oh, and there’s Spice n Curry on Flagler and 107 near FIU in Sweetwater area (Doral). Great selection of asian veggies, groceries and spices, and some Indian beer too.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      May 4, 2014 | 10:19 am

      Thx Marti, next time you’re at Spice n Curry, get their biz card for exact address, much appreciated. Thx for tip.

  6. Marti
    October 30, 2013 | 3:54 pm

    Asia Grocery on Miller and Ludlum in South Miami, near U of M. the best samosas made fresh every hour by a great Nepali lady, wonderful selection of south asian groceries, spices, films, musical instruments..and very friendly owners (Mr Khalid). also has a little eat-in place.

  7. Lewis John
    September 21, 2013 | 5:41 am

    Indian grocery in Miami is not that hard to find if you know where to go! I usually reserve one day of the week for doing some grocery shopping and buy everything at one go. It is not just grocery, you can find everything from fish to fruits in these stores.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      September 23, 2014 | 4:18 pm

      Exactly Lewis, glad you enjoy shopping there.

  8. Steve Davison
    July 4, 2013 | 6:09 pm

    There is an Asian market in Homestead called Tim’s Oriental Grocery. Family owned and operated. They are very helpful regarding the preparation of authentic dishes. It’s small in size but crammed full fresh grocery, condiments, and cooking equipment etc. It’s the closest to Key Largo and I don’t miss a visit when I’m up that way.

    • Eleanor Hoh
      July 8, 2013 | 9:18 pm

      Thanks Steve, I think I’ve been there. Right on US1.

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