http://www.hmart.com/ a great place for Asian ingredients.
Thanks for telling me about this. I got live blue crab for less than $3 a lb, and live lobster for $6.99 a lb. This was an amazing store!
I recommend bliss raw cafe highly at 6005 Berkshire lane as a restaurant. It's a very small operation... I think it seats under 20, but the owner is there most of the time and she told us where the local farmers markets and stuff were. I was just passing through so unfortunately, I'm no help in remembering exactly where they were but I recommend going there to eat for further clarification. Hope this helps!
I'm not sure you will consider Central Market a specialty store, but it's my happy place for finding hard to find ingredients. Full service grocery store with cooking classes, and wonderful produce. http://www.centralmarket...
You MUST try Jimmy's Food Store close to downtown: http://www.jimmysfoodstore.... It's small-ish but is packed with awesome specialty products AND they have a great deli with killer sandwiches, especially the Cuban, Muffuletta, and the Italian sub (everything else looks amazing but I can't get past these three). Also, full disclosure that I work for Whole Foods Market but there are quite a few in Dallas, with tons of great produce, super-fresh meat and seafood. And back to Jimmy's, try their meatballs and housemade sausage to go. You'll be very happy, and even happier if you call in the order ahead of time.
You must check out Shandiz Mediterranean market on W. Parker in Plano
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