Shopping at the giant Korean-centric HMart is an absolute delight. In the food court, you'll find quality food stands selling everything from Korean fried chicken to Japanese pastries to Korean noodles and soups. The produce is bountiful, with exotic and in-season fruits and vegetables aggressively priced so they won't break the bank. Whole aisles are dedicated to sauces and condiments from all around Asia — fish sauce, soy sauce and gochujang. Noodles, candies, cookies and canned goods allow you to stock your pantry with specialties from Japan, Vietnam, China, South Korea and Malaysia. Then there is the fresh seafood counter, one of the city's best for fresh-catch whole fish, lobster and oysters, and the butcher's counter, which offers ready-marinated meats and thinly sliced offerings that you can grab for an at-home session of shabu-shabu (Japanese hot pot). And don't get us started on the free samples.