Md oriental market

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It all started with a quest to make my own Sushi and Sashimi and the standard US grocery chains had a few items... but not the real items or the real items in too small and expensive quantities, like certain TEA, Rice, Rice Vinegar, Mirin,...Sake, Fresh fish and Vegetables like Lemongrass etc. Small bottles of this and that and I wanted quart or two liter sizes, I'm involved now, cooking in many venues, I have training it's really about technique and language for me. I like parties of fifteen or so people, I was getting better at making six or seven combinations of sushi and going through rice like a mad man. I wanted Rice that was grown for Sushi purposes, short to medium grain in more than one or two pound bags and so forth treated with mirin sugar and vinegar to make sushi moldable rice. One of the Sushi bars I ate at recommended I go to the MD Oriental Market. I have many multi cultural friends, LAO, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese. And when eating at their home I see things I hadn't seen in our local groceries. Where do you shop I asked and they replied same place you do for American Food but there is a grocery specializing in true Oriental basic cuisine. But it was in Tampa, across the pond, Oh no, she corrected me. Those folks opened a new supermarket on the Pinellas side. I made a list and i was off to the races. This isn't a grocery, its an adventure. First I wanted the rice, instead of one or two bags of Jasmine or pre-cooked, brown or extra large grain, you find in most groceries, this was nirvana of rice. The rice was piled six feet high in fifteen pound bags and was better than 60-70 feet long and twenty types... I was in trouble and asked for help and was guided to a brand by a helpful shopper who used that brand and she gave me some tips. I recognized the brand from one of the on-line websites. I found sweet chili sauce I use on many dishes as a seasoning and dip from Thailand for 1.29 whereas I was paying four times that at grocery X. The produce was from all over, clean fresh and nothing looking ready to be pitched. I found items I only saw on the web. Those Thai skinny peppers used in many dishes in packets just the right size to set all your guests on fire. But they also had nice Jalopena and a Chinese version of the Habanero. I found Japanese cucumber, Bok Choy, Chinese lettuce, leeks and a dozen other herbs and spices you usually don't see fresh. Some of the vegetables I never heard of and asked. Basil leafs I can never find.. Miso in all the bases, its soybean paste used for soups, and then they had twenty to thirty ready made packets of the stuff you just add water for cooking (Obviously for those with few skills) The aisles were packed to the brim, this is not a small store, it was made from a former BIG NAME GROCERY store... and it is filled to the brim. BUT, the downside, till my Chinese improves I had to almost ask what it was. Most items did however have some kind of explanations in English on the back lower left hand corner and both the help and other customers will be of help which was nice. The staff is entirely Pan - Oriental and have limited language skills but I was able to communicate quite easily using basic hand signals and they really do try to help you. Hey, the place is authentic, you want real you go here... They had seafood, tons of sauces, many I had never heard of but was tempted to try. Drinks from beer to soda, brands an flavors you never heard of and the prices were reasonable even less than i thought they would be. I wanted noodles and the row had forty different kinds from vermicelli to angels hair and so forth. The steamers, the essential most important core cooking instrument for steamed food had about every size imaginable and of excellent heavy quality, the kind of tool you buy once and hand it down, not throw it away like some of the decorator TV pots and pans on TV . My friend told me an ancient proverb about cooking and putting on weight. "Less Fry, Less die". It was sobering... Im steaming more now. It's like a triple boiler and can make lots of things. Utensils, plates, tools, baskets , serving trays, pots, pans all of a unique purpose designed structure. The people who shop here know what they want and it was well laid out, i handled some of the tools and was impressed. Thats why I said the REAL DEAL. Then on the left side as you walk in, you are in a different country. There is the restaurant serving a myriad of dishes and fresh, you want fresh, you get fresh take out or eat there. Next along the south wall is the sushi station, after that it was more take out and then gigantic Fish tanks filled with Dungeness Crabs, (huge) Fresh shrimp, and other ocean delicacies like mussels etc. Rocks and Tilapia a lot larger than you see in frozen packages. Dinner is alive when you pick it out, many not for little Fred who thinks its Nemo. Pan-Oriental Cuisine is the term I use. Folks from this region of the world, the peninsulas of the orient or collectively from close countries all basically cook, and create similar dishes, using similar techniques, the changes being based on whats available to them. Good chance to improve your chopstick technique and for the Miso soup, the Chicken soup of the Far east they have authentic Chinese spoons across from the steamers. All in all it was, and will be an adventure, and in my book I wrote two things love most of the communication problems in the world... good food an good music.More

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8:30am-9:00pm
Monday8:30am-9:00pm
Tuesday8:30am-9:00pm
Wednesday8:30am-9:00pm
Thursday8:30am-9:00pm
Friday8:30am-9:00pm
Saturday8:30am-9:00pm
Sunday8:30am-8:00pm

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$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
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Open Today:

9:30am-9:00pm
Monday9:30am-9:00pm
Tuesday9:30am-9:00pm
Wednesday9:30am-9:00pm
Thursday9:30am-9:00pm
Friday9:30am-9:00pm
Saturday9:30am-9:00pm
Sunday9:30am-8:00pm

Menu

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Additional Dining Info

Delivery
No

Payment
Credit Cards Accepted

Parking
Parking Lot

Good for Kids

Attire
Casual

Alcohol

Reservations

Price Point
$$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)

WiFi
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Hidden Gems: MD Oriental Market in Pinellas Park is your new favorite grocery store

MD Oriental Market in Pinellas Park might be the best grocery store in all of Pinellas County, and it is so worth the trip.

For those of you who are not familiar with MD Market, let me give you a quick rundown. MD is a “specialty grocery store” with a heavy Asian influence. Sure, they have all your old reliables (like chicken, fish, and fresh produce), but they also have curries, noodles, and brown sugar boba tea popsicles. So, they’re pretty much exponentially cooler than that chain grocery store that you’re shopping at.

Assortment of cakes behind glass in a grocery store

Get your mochi fix at MD Market

But there’s more to MD Oriental than just their abundantly lined shelves of peanut mochi and freezers stocked with shumai. They’ve got a buffet line of hot food, jumbo tanks of live lobster, and a grand cake display that emphasizes the delicate detail customary of Asian pastry art.

From China to Japan, and India to Vietnam (with a quick stop in Korea, of course), this international superstore will take you on a culinary tour of Asia’s finest—no passports required.

And, if you’re more of a “play it safe” eater, they’ve also got Lays chips in a bunch of cool flavors.

Assortment of fresh baked ham buns at a grocery store

Experience Hong Kong custard tarts

Here’s the problem with being a foodie; you can’t stop anywhere without grabbing something to eat. Before arriving on site, I figured my Park Plaza doggy bag would be filled with a few to-go cups of make-at-home udon. I mean, who doesn’t like a good helping of nostalgic, savory noodles?

But upon entering MD Oriental, I was consumed by the sweet scent of Hong Kong custard tarts and stir-fried vegetables wafting from their industrial ovens. It was in that moment, enticed by mouth-watering treats, that I realized I’d probably be coming back for lunch. Or just throwing in the towel and eating lunch at 10:32am.

The latter happened. I blame the honey-glazed scallion buns.

Asian-influenced hot bar

With an Asian-influenced hot bar brimming with tender pork and orange chicken, a to-go line of fresh sliced sushi and sashimi, and a bakery stocked full of sweet and savory pastries (go at 10am and they’ll still be on the tray), MD Oriental makes a quick, tasty, and unconventional lunch break option.

Out of the buns, I’d recommend the ham and scallion, as well as the classic pork. Or, if you’re looking for something new, try the pillow-looking hot dog bao—the chef swears by it.

When it comes to the hot bar, my favorite is the lo mein. Call me basic, but it’s just so damn good.

A baker holding a fresh pastry

Fresh baked pastries are on the menu, and grocery list

Oh—and like I was saying, the sweet pastries! If you leave without getting dessert, you’re doing the lunch break thing wrong. Go for the egg tarts, or the twisty almond bread. And don’t worry about the fact that you don’t know what they’re actually called.

Your new favorite “mom and pop” grocery shop

Ready to say goodbye to your run-of-the-mill, chain-churned superstore? Then head on over to 7580 49th St. North in Pinellas Park and pay MD Oriental Market a visit.

And as you leave, cheeks filled with sushi-grade tuna, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.

Shoppers planning their MD Oriental Market can visit the store’s Facebook page, or reach them by telephone at (727) 954-8876.

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