The fish section of Asian markets here will definitely clean the fish for you, and some that have enough of a non-Chinese clientele will even offering different types of cuts (fillets vs steaks, as an example), but I’ve never seen steaming or frying.
I did brave the cold and the crowds this Saturday and it was a zoo in there. I didn’t even attempt to get too far in to the meats and seafood sections because it was all grid-locked. I like the store overall, but need additional time to look for the different items I buy. It reminds me of a cross between H-Mart and Kam Man, but better organized than Kam Man, and less Korean-centric than H Mart.
I didn’t see a particularly huge Japanese foods section, which is slightly disappointing. I do need to take a better look though. I also didn’t see the big bags of the Japanese haiga rice I like to buy from HMart in Burlington, and that would have been the real win for me.
Overall, I definitely like having it as an option. There is a bakery in the store with what looks like very appetizing cakes and other desserts. There was a guy manning a grill there, so I think there will be a very limited offering of cooked foods.