Asiana Market

Asian pears, ox tail and lobster, those are a few of the items you’ll find at Asiana Market in Mesa. This grocery store is very popular and bustling with customers.

Two of chef Mark Tarbell’s friends take him on a whirlwind shopping spree and show him some of the most popular products. Afterward, they sit down and enjoy several dishes at Katsu, one of the restaurants in Asiana Market’s food court.

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Restaurant address: 1135 S Dobson Rd., Mesa, AZ

Website: asianamarket.com

Cuisine(s): Asian

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