If you're looking for an obscure Asian vegetable or candy you haven't seen since your last trip to Tokyo, chances are H-Mart has it. The Korean supermarket carries all manner of Asian produce, prepared dishes, seafood, candy and drinks in addition to other things neighborhood folks might need, such as eggs, milk and bread. The prepared kimchi selection rivals what you'd find at a market in Seoul, and the food court puts every American mall food court to shame. The Korean fried chicken is some of the best in town, while the hot bibimbap bowls draw crowds of people not even looking to shop. Best of all? There are free samples all over the store. Try any kimchi or dried fish before you buy it, but don't fill up on samples. You're going to want to come back for dinner.