HICKSVILLE, N.Y. - The gray concrete exterior hardly conveys the colorful and comprehensive array of Asian foods within. There is a plethora of soy sauces and Chinese cabbage, as one might expect. But what surprises the first-time shopper is a vast range of ethnic specialties from across Eastern Asia, including dried sea trout, pickled string beans and live tilapia fish - netted and killed before your eyes. Welcome to Good Neighbor Oriental Food Outlet in this Long Island suburb, and to ...
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