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New Kam Man Llc

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200 Canal St
New York, NY 10013
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(212) 571-0330
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This is a great place to go for authentic chinese groceries. You shold check out their cutlery downstairs too. Bought a few knives and forks there. And they sell the best bubble t...

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best prices on Chinese groceries 8/4/2006

If you're ever in need of soy sauce, rice, noodles, sesame oil, etc., this is your place to come! Everything sells for sometimes $1 - $3 cheaper than in uptown grocery stores! You will find things here for stir fries, noodle dishes, and things you have never heard of! Upstairs are all your staple cooking products, and a refrigerated section, and yummy nut and candy/cookie mixes. Downstairs is a plethora of noodles (do you remember the soup packets with noodles, just add water? TONS of that stuff downstairs!) and a great tea section. In addition to boxed teas is a wide selection of loose teas, fresh fresh. And if you wanted sake bottles and cups, or plates, bowls, chopsticks, wow, so much to choose from for such small prices. They also have lots of cookware - woks, rice cookers, etc. Definitely a place to browse through if you're in the area! more

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dude, this is perfect. 7/6/2006

Because it's located in busy Chinatown in Manhattan, it's difficult to transport all the goods you purchased. But it is stacked with a lot of groceries. Kitchenware, dried herbs, roasted meats, teas.. everything but fresh fruits and veggies. But you can get those anywhere around CHinatown. Love their bubble tea stuff! more

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Furnish your home, feed your cravings 11/21/2005

We stop in this shop whenever in the city and always end up picking up some sort of kitchen utensil, set of chopsticks, box of tea, or other treat. This year we did a little Christmas shopping and found some great deals for the cooks in our family. If you're easily intimidated, try going downstairs first, away from the street crowds. The checkout line down there is often much shorter, as well. Steer clear of the overpriced boxed sets and venture further into the back where you can pick up the individual pieces for less. Oh and if you plan to buy in bulk (let's say, a place setting for six) ask for a discount. On our last visit the nice tourists ahead of us did and received 10% off the already low prices. more

Oriental Food Products 11/20/2005

Excellent supermarket for Chinese food products - dried mushrooms and herbs, sausages, noodles, sauces, canned lichees, etc. Downstairs, they have cute ministrings of paper lanterns ($8), teapot/teacups or rice bowl sets (around $25-$35)as well as individual mugs, cups, bowls, spoons, chopstick rests, etc. Lots of different kinds of packaged or loose teas like jasmine, black, oolong, mango, green...Good prices on Ferrera Rocha chocolates, too. Worth a visit and you will easily find something to take home! more

Chinatown Supermarket 10/13/2005

Don't miss visiting this Chinese supermarket on your next trip to Chinatown. Here you will find all your Asian groceries for a pittance of what you pay in your neighborhood - canned lichees for $1.25/can, good soy sauce or oyster sauce for under $2/quart as well as frozen dumplings - 3 bags for $10!! You can also try dried Chinese mushrooms or Chinese sausage. They have a big variety of teas and nice Chinese cups and plates downstairs. They take cash or credit cards. more

asian flair 10/13/2005

For the newbie in asian cooking, this is a great place to be introduced to. They have a good selection of prepared foods, in addition to a huge asian organic pharmacy. Some of the things you see here, may look odd to Western eyes, but they are perfectly normal to someone of asian descent. They have a great selection of china ware on the lower level and some other miscellaneous home furnishes. Prices are reasonable and quality is good. more

Authentic Chinese Market! 8/18/2005

Kam Man is one of the more popular supermarkets in Chinatown. In the front you will find a butcher with all the freshest meats, a chinese "deli" serving fresh roast meats. Walk in a little further and you'll find the most exotic ingredients from dried mushrooms to home made tofu. The prices are a little more expensive than the local markets but the variety is not as complete anywhere else. Come here just to get a taste of chinatown or to bring some home with you! more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    All that's delightful, bizarre, overwhelming and exhilarating about Chinatown convenes in the two floors of this hodgepodge market. A veritable shopping madhouse, the store's...

  • 8/14/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    8:30 am-8:45 pm
  • Payments:

    Cash, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Chinatown, Downtown

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