• 1.Skymart

    4881 Rivers Ave

    North Charleston,SC

    2.57 mi

  • 2.Sky mart

    1924 Sam Rittenberg Blvd


    4.80 mi

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By: Jenny R.
H & L Market
I lived in Charleston for a few years and this was the only Asian market I went to. There is a limited selection, if a selection at all this the CHS area. H and L had everything I needed to cook any Asian cuisine but sometimes they were out of stock on certain brands that I like. They have a wide variety of many items, fresh produce, spices, canned goods, and they sell meat. I never bought their meat products in the deli because the quality didn't look fresh. The staff is really helpful. If you need help finding an item and you really don't know where to look; just ask, it will be faster because this store is big and it will take you awhile to find what you're looking for. I would highly recommend coming here for your ethnic cooking needs. You'll most likely find what you're looking for. I've never been to the restaurant in here.
By: Anton W.
Geechie Grub
The facility was very clean. The staff was very friendly and the food was amazing. I recommend them to all of my friends.
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By: djmimjj
Sanno Express II
title says it all small place but great place to grab and go or sit and eat.
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