Why “H,” you ask? Well, it stands for Han Ah Reum and, no, we don’t know what that means, either. But we certainly know it’s super. This New York-based chain of Korean hypermarts stocks a mind-blowing variety of Asian grocery items — organic produce, Japanese candy, rice wine, unidentifiable squid-based products, tofu and seaweed out the wazoo. Ever seen a wall of kimchee or wanted to chose between 43 different flavors of soy sauce? Well, you can do so here. There are now three Super Hs in metro Atlanta, but our favorite, the first and hugest store, is in central Gwinnett. It was already clean and inviting, but a recent remodeling has left it even glitzier. In addition to groceries, it has a dizzying range of appliances, a large cosmetics department, cookware and a vast selection of prepared food. And remember to come hungry so you can enjoy the kick-ass food court.
Price: $-$$ ($5-$15)