Perfect little meat shop. The owners are very friendly as well. They also sell grocery items. A lot middle eastern food ingredients...spices, candies. Open Sesame is a Halal meat market that offer unique East/West Indian, Pakistani, Middle eastern and European groceries store.
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Good place for buying meat, spices, biryani and kebabs. The spice collection is plentiful. They have a whole range of whole and powdered spices, including a bunch of Shaan's wonderful masalas. They also have an assortment of lentils, flour, frozen stuff like samosas, naans, rotis and fresh meat and chicken.
This is a Bengali style kitchen that is different from north/south Indian flavors. The spices are toned down and there is distinct sweetness in most items. The place also sells groceries and you can catch yourself a good exotic fish. The prices are on the super cheap side. If not for the restaurant, and if you live nearby, its a good place for ethnic grocery. Aladin is famous as a Halal Restaurant and as a result vegetarians have very limited option here.
Inside it was like a corner store. They had hot food, produce, and a small shopping area.Also an excellent choice if looking for fresh Hilsa fish (llish) which they will cut up and pack for you.
Staff is friendly and helpfull and would reccomend to check out if you are looking for Fijian and South Asian goods..
This is one of the many Bangladeshi-owned grocery stores/ steam table eateries along 3rd street.
The groceries all the usual Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi and even some Sri Lankan spices and condiments. Also a selection of snacks, desserts, teas. They also have a selection of fresh vegetables favored by South Asian, various leafy veggies, okra, white gourd, bitter gourd, taro etc.and a reasonably priced meat selection, including chicken, lamb, goat and beef
They have endless shelves of spice mixes and ready-made curry sauces, lots of dried goods like lentils and rice, and an assortment of cookies and imported household products. They have all the spices you'll ever need to make an authentic Indian meal at home.... In bulk. The prices were great on spices and about what you'd expect for canned items.
If you are Turkish , and looking for a local market that carries lots of Turkish groceries, this is the place for you. Half of the store is dedicated to Turkish groceries while the other half is dedicated to Indian/Pakistani groceries. This store has a lot of Turkish brand products and halal meat.
They have endless shelves of spice mixes and ready-made curry sauces, lots of dried goods like lentils and rice, and an assortment of cookies and imported household product. Large selection of ethnic foods, but not so much on the candy and snacks.
Always fresh meat. Lots of selection at Nayab mart. Great people. Nayab is much cleaner than other stores and have a nice selection of groceries very neatly arranged. Also the meat processors are nice and their dealing is friendly. The check out process is also quick. VISIT SITE
They always have every spice you could possibly need or ever want to make a fantastic meal. They mail order your herbs & spices to you. The staff is friendly, and always able to offer suggestions. This is a great place to buy your Indian Spices.
In addition to all the usual Indian/Pakistani groceries, this store has a decent collection of Middle Eastern, Eastern European and Asian groceries as well. The grocery is very well organized, and very very clean. This grocery sells fresh produce, fresh ginger and little green chili peppers all the way to dry goods like lentils, and chick peas. They have a fantastic dairy case, with important things like yogurt and paneer. The frozen food selection is amazing. TONS of Jamaican seasonings VISIT SITE
Any possible Indian spice or herb that you could possibly imagine is stocked by this store. It is awesome! There are some fresh veggies and herbs...but this place is better for it's packaged/dry items. Good selection of spices, sweets, packaged goods, and anything Indian you could imagine. Patel Brothers is the place to go for any Indian sauces, pastes, and spices. It's set up sort of (mini) retail-warehouse style and it can be a little hard to navigate when there are a lot of people there. Visit Site
An Indian grocery store that also serves Mumbai Street food (Indian Chaat)... Absolutely love this place. Its similar to other grocery stores in terms of the available stock, only cleaner. Its seems to be family owned and run and the owners always acknowledge us as returning customers. They have a great variety of groceries- spices, and ready mixed packets that make it easy for an amateur to cook indian food. VISIT SITE
A good selection of traditional groceries and spices.
Ethnic groceries, particularly Indian. You'd find the groceries being more south Indian. They've got vegetables typically used in Indian cooking, frozen goods, spices, etc. Also a few baked good varieties. If you get there early, they may have a tray of samosa,
Nice spot to go in for Indian groceries. It's a cute place, that actually has a pretty decent selection for the size. They carry some produce, frozen, and cold foods, allowing you to get things like "bitter gourd" that you can't get in lots of other Indian markets. This place has everything! You can find goodies here, that you can't find in most Asian grocery stores. Also, they get the BEST mangoes in Boston, cheaper than anywhere
Every nook and cranny is stuffed with some sort of sauce, root, dried fruit or cooking device. A gem in New York City and heaven for those inspired gourmet cooks. Kalustyan's is the place to go for all your cooking needs, no matter how esoteric or specialised. They have a huge range of spices and condiments, and by no means are they limited to Indian-style items--they have everything. VISIT SITE
This family owned place has a wide array of spices, lentils and rice with everything else you need for South Asian cooking. It is a haven for anybody who cooks Pakistani or Indian food. A local source for Basmati rice, spices, pulses, sandalwood soap and neem toothpaste. Found all that and more at this cute, family run shop. And the prices are good, too.
Every kind of flour, bean, ready made bread, spice, chutney and more your heart could ever desire. The produce is amazing and is the best in the area. Find vegetables and various ingredients used in Filipino cooking which is great! Plus all the Indian products and goodies. Best store for authentic Indian dry goods and produce. VISIT SITE
If you're on the lookout for Indian specialty items (or Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Malaysian, etc food products), this is a pretty decent place to look. This place has almost everything , a tad bit cramped but u can get all your spices , even fresh curry leaves. You must try their ready to eat packets , a ton of variety and only $2 bucks. Very nice people and good service. It's also a great place to get fresh halal meat and they also carry fresh fish.
Great service. Great selection of Indo-Pak groceries with reasonable prices. They have everything you need from India here. From pooja items to frozen paneers. South Indian or North Indian or Pakistani products - name it they have it.
Such a great Indian grocery store! They had all the ingredients I couldn't find anywhere else in Houston! Also, the staff is super friendly and helpful. People are friendly, large selection of grocery. Bought Gulab Jaman and Masala Chai, yipee! I like the place. By the way, I am not Indian. Awesome selection of achar (they always have swad mango pickle available!!!!), shan masalas, and other generic seasonings. They sell a wide variety of authentic regional ingredients. Visit Site
They have a good selection of Indian and Pakistani groceries. The store also sells Masala cashews and peanuts which are a great snack and they have a great freezer section of frozen meals, samosas, etc and things you won't find at the big grocery store. Tons and tons of bulk, cheap staples like spices, lentils, rice, etc. In addition there was quite a bit of fresh produce and frozen items.