It's an Asian supermarket and also stocks Caribbean groceries Pak also has a butcher offering Halal meats and fish, all much, much cheaper than the large supermarket.
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They have rows of fascinating fare - Polish, Caribbean, Indian and a Halal butcher at the back of the store which stocks chicken and goat, and loads of fresh fruit and veg. The prices are more street market than supermarket.
They have a wide range of fruit and vegetables, general groceries, South-Asian foods and even a butchers at the back of the store. It's a family-business with friendly staff members. They even offer to drop your shopping to the car without you even asking!
They stock a good range of Asian groceries, Halal meat and the normal day to day items carried by most supermarkets.
This store stocks an incredible range of groceries, deli items, organic food and Halal meat. VISIT SITE
Thisis one of the few places in London where you can find freekeh, a roasted young green wheat. A range of products from all over the Mediterranean feature on the shelves, from Lebanon, Greece, Turkey and Italy. However, it’s the halal butcher that shines the most – the offal and own-made sausages are worth the trip alone.
A truly delightful Iranian local in Kensington that is more than just a patisserie – fragrant herbs, fresh fruit and vegetables are also on show, and you’ll find anything from halal meat to Iranian caviar, pickles to rosewater. The pastries and sweets are sensational, so be sure to take home some of their freshly-baked-on-the-premises cakes and biscuit.
This place has a great butcher. Meats are super fresh (and halal if you care). Mergez are among the best. Selection of fruits and vegetables is impressive.
Large Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi supermarket off Brick Lane. This is a fantastic supermarket for buying all you need to make awesome Curries - amongst other great Asian Dishes. Don't let the name fool you, Bangladeshi are not the only dishes you can produce, they also stock S.E.Asian Iigredients too! There is a frozen food counter and a butchery counter at the back of the store.
If you're into cooking Indian/Bangladeshi/Pakistani dishes at home, this store has a full selection of ingredients for you. Taj stores is one of the nicer Bangladeshi markets in the area. They have a fantastic produce selection--much better than the local Tesco, and carry a variety of standard and exotic veg. They've also got halal meats. VISIT SITE
Halal Way has an assortment of veggies, a fresh meat counter, a dairy section, and other ethnic goods such as nuts, tahini, jams, breads.
There is a wealth of products with many different styles of rice, spices, dairy products and fresh halal meats
This shop is an excellent proprietor of halal goods. There is a wide selection of meats available to buy, and a reasonable selection of fruit and vegetable. Alongside the halal is a host of other ethnically traditional branded foods. You can get regular items like rice, juice and all manner of beans.
They sell lIndian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi groceries,and fresh fruit & vegetables, frozen food.
The sell a good range of groceries, household products and pulses. A retailer of fresh bangladeshi fruit & vegetables, fish, halal meat/chicken/lamb/beef, and all spices. VISIT SITE
Theyhave a large selection of vegetables and fruits outside (mostly bowls-full for £1) They also have a huge selection of spices, cans/jars full of interesting things, feta/ haloumi, baklava (although it is a little greasy) and a freezer stocked with wonders! It's also pretty cheap.
The focus is on middle eastern fare with breads, cheeses and halal meat. You can get most of your grocery basics here and any spices and herbs for more exotic cuisine. I like this place a lot. They have good fresh meat (there is always a queue) and the vegetables and fruit are much better than in other supermarkets, great price per value. You can find many Arabic products and have a few Spanish too!
Sells a range of kosher produce including Osem soups and cakes; dinner wine; kiddush wine; Telma soup cubes and noodles; pickles; dips and meat products. Challahs are available every Thursday
The Turkish Food Centre is a large supermarket where you can find cheap imports form turkey, and other Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries. They have a large delicatessen where they have a large selection of olives, Halal meats and cheeses , and make their own Turkish bread on site too.
They stock a good selection of Middle Eastern groceries and products with a focus on Lebabese. Beirut, is a halal butcher and an importer, They also stock fresh produce.
Another jam packed corner shop.You get all types of hebs, spices,dal , rice,flour atc in this store. The prices are also reasonable making it a great place for shopping. They also have a fresh butchery to the right of the store so definitely worth getting some fresh pork/halal meat/lamb/beef etc.
Shopping at Worldwide Foods, Manchester's biggest Indo-Pak supermarket, has the potential to massively improve your homecooking. Be it spices, unusual breads or interesting fruit and veg - Worldwide stocks it all, and in vast quantities. There's a massive fresh produce fruit and veg stall at the back. There's also a Halal butchers, VISIT SITE