While making our way to the check out we approached their bakery and OMG. We saw a roll about 6 to 8 inches long and 4 inches wide cooked with spring onions on the top and were still warm and the softest roll I have ever touched. Needless to say Linda and I sat in car and ate one each before continuing our journey.
In their fish department at the back of the market they have these huge glass containers with live fish. These are not little aquarium fish, they were a good 6 to 8 inches long and 4 inches tall and there were hundreds of them. Talk about fresh fish.
It is on Buck Jones Road, in Cary, NC.
They even had little miniature kittys in these containers. A little hard to see in the containers but they were cute as well.
Of course they had the typical Chinese figures on sale.
Dragons & dainty serving sets are always popular on the Asian scene.
A big display of chop sticks in all colors.
Very interesting items that make you want to stop and study them longer.
Unusual but very attractive ceramic creatures unique to this market.
I love this little ship with the unique figures on it. So much of their items were so eye catching and had the look of being very well made.
Crunchy rice snacks that are a variety of flavors. Haven't tried this one yet.
This is a 3 stack small package of sesame crisp that should be very tasty.
Spring onion crackers, YUMMY. Haven't opened them yet but am sure they will be very good.