It's a very small shop but they cover most of the bases for British favorites. Jams, teas, chutney, hp sauce, ribena, specialty candies (Penguin, Aero, Bounty) and even dainty teapots. This British shop offers comforts from home - Fish Paste, Marmite and Vegemite, Ribena, Aeros and Turkish Delight.
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A great little market with fresh, cheap produce and interesting Caribbean/Jamaican stuff, a good selection of Mexican items, and some interesting Brit items. Solid meats, excellent spices (for both Caribbean and Mexican cuisines), good produce.
Purveyors of fine british & irish foods. A miniature market with many iconic British snacks and drinks. From Walkers chips to McVits Digestives, ginger beer, Malteasers... The list goes on and on. VISIT SITE
They are friendly and have the best selection of Irish food. ! Best selection of British/Irish goods in the Boston area. And the staff are always so friendly. Any craving can be satisfied here. In addition to the sweets and crisps, they had flour, seasoning, sauces, soups, jams, red lemonade, the tins of cookies... You can't go wrong.
If Your Irish you will appreciate it as it has nearly everything from home mind you a little pricey. Friendly service. Large selection of quality cooked and uncooked meats, tons of sausages! Also good beer selection, Irish imports, The only other place to really stock up on Irish/English/Scottish/Welsh provisions in the NYC area.
They stock good tea and quality spices in bulk, British candies, teapots and related items. If you are UK born and bred this is the place to come and get all of your favorite biritish brands. Amazing little shop with a complete selection of coffee and tea. I wouldn't buy coffee anywhere else now. Also, you can find there Penguin chocolate bars and other European snacks!
The International food is quite extense: Chorizo Espanol, Yerba Mate from Argentina, sweet potato preserve from Argentina, chimichurri sauce, cheese bread from Colombia, Dulce de Leche from Chile (yay), Harina Pan from Venezuela (to make arepas, which are corn meal patties and not to be confused with MAZA from Mexico),chocolates, cookies and coffee from Brazil. The Brits have it easy here as well. Lot of British products: cookies, chocolates, biscuits, waffles, tea, some drinks, VISIT SITE