Oriental Express is located at Layerthorpe, York YO10 3JW, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Oriental Express and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Nopaka

5 Google Rating

It looks small, but it is quite packed with all range of Asian food, ingredient and even some applia

5/ 5

It looks small, but it is quite packed with all range of Asian food, ingredient and even some appliances such as rice cooker. Chinese food and ingredients are obviously the most diverse, followed by Japanese and Korean, and finally some Indian and Vietnamese ingredients. If you want to stock up on instant noodles, this place is probably one of the cheapest. Frozen food also have excellent range, and some that you can't get from the supermarket. Very close to University of York (therefore the bus there is free).

Ridwan Mohamad Faisal

5 Google Rating

if youre SEA's citizen, you know you'll love the store

5/ 5

if youre SEA's citizen, you know you'll love the store

Sarinrat Thomas

5 Google Rating

Love this place. Not big but got what we want. The owners are very nice. Good to have an Asian shop

5/ 5

Love this place. Not big but got what we want. The owners are very nice. Good to have an Asian shop we like.

Simon Ho

5 Google Rating

Lovely owner and awesome to have a local place to get hold of ethnic far East food (growing up you o

5/ 5

Lovely owner and awesome to have a local place to get hold of ethnic far East food (growing up you only found these kinds of places in the larger cities like Leeds/Manchester).

Reening Lau

5 Google Rating

I sometimes drop by Oriental Express when I am in need of Chinese food supplies and to stock up on m

5/ 5

I sometimes drop by Oriental Express when I am in need of Chinese food supplies and to stock up on my Japanese Ramen and they always deliver. Food prices are reasonable and the owner is a quiet but helpful fellow. I've dealt with lots of store owners that talk too much when I'm doing grocery shopping so this is a nice change.

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  • Thursday10:00 - 21:00
  • Friday10:00 - 21:00
  • Saturday10:00 - 21:00

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