The stock a good selection of traditional groceries and spices.
A Lebanese supermarket with a sizable deli counter, a fantastic bakery and an ample cake selection The store has a great selection of Turkish and Middle Eastern like foods, The sweet section is outstanding.
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!
Deepak specialises in Middle Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean foods and is it cheap! You'll find lots of interesting foodstuffs for around half the price you'll find them at the nearest high street grocery store. If you're looking for spices, grains, pulses, nuts or flours of any type then Deepaks has more than likely got you covered.
An Aladdin's cave of flavours, you'll find rose buds, spices, herbs and some unusual ingredients that you won't get anywhere else in the city. It's pricey, but that's what you have to pay to get this kind of selection. VISIT SITE
This little Japanese grocery store is very dear to me: it's always well-stocked, many of the products are actually cheaper than in the nearby Chinatown and most importantly...it's clean! This small Japanese supermarket with a small deli area serves bento boxes and snacks for takeaway or to eat in on the small wooden counter in the window.
This Cypriot shop is an icon of Harringay's Grand Parade, and a great value supermarket, bakery and butchers. This is a well loved bakery/supermarket and all Greek/Turkish people already know about it. This shop is great for anyone looking for anything turkish and mediterrean. The bakery is next door which has bread, koulourakia, cakes, lokoumathes and the turkish newspaper. everything is fresh and of good quality
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.
Middle East Mini Market is a small shop selling all things Middle Eastern, as well as loads of universal good such as one would expect to find in a convenience store. ts worth popping in though because they do have a large selection of Asian foodstuffs that are unavailable elsewhere. If you're looking to cook some authentic curries, stews or kebabs, then pay this place a visit.
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