As much as the mega supermarkets expand their variety of Asian food, they could never compare to specialist supermarkets that offer spices and ingredients from across the South Asian and Middle-Eastern subcontinents. Raja Supermarket is huge and offers just that. This is a one-stop shop for virtually any sort of ingredient you would need for traditional English, Thai, Chinese or Italian cuisine, as well as Indian, Sri Lankan, Pakistani and Arabic.
This little shop stocks everything from pre-packaged ready meals, dried beans and pulses (currently only 50p for a house packed bag on selected items), toiletries and confectionaries! As well as food to make at home, they offer a number of delicious take away treats and were boasting cakes, pizza, pastries and confectionaries; so you can still indulge your sweet tooth. VISIT SITE
Pak supermarket sells alot of asian food and is like a supermarket for the asian culture. They sell different types of chapatti flours and accessories to learn how to make the asian food. They sell alot of asian drinks and beers. Pak Supermarket provides scotch bonnets, Mr browns marinade and many other ethnic seasonings.
They offer best quality produce from Lithuania, Poland, Russia and other Eastern European countries. Lituanica stocks Duona bread, cepelinai, bulves and lots of other Baltic treats. Row upon row of pickled goodness greets you on entering this Eastern European paradise. It's like an Aladdin's cave of new and wonderful flavours such as custard filled croissants, fragrant Polish breads, pickled mushrooms and a great selection of biscuits. VISIT SITE
They stock lots of East Asian products and produce.They have a few Korean products, like Shin Ramyun, kimchi etc. and even fewer Japanese products. Their Chinese selection is vast and awesome!
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.
This is a large supermarket dedicated to Chinese cookery. It's located just outside of Birmingham's China town. Sun Fat supermarket is a great place to purchase anything you need for Chinese/ Japanese cookery. They don't sell much fresh vegetables but they have a wide selection of meat.
A small grocer stocking a good range of traditional groceries and products.
They sell Chinese, Caribbean and Indian groceries, from hot sauce to indian spices to pak choi and lychees, you can get loads of interesting products here. They have a large variety of exotic fruits so you are more likely to get your kiwiis, lychees, and star fruits here but they also have a good stock of all the regular ones like pineapples, bananas etc.
A great Indian grocery store favourable amongst most of the local community because of its decent prices, helpful staff and clean and fresh produce. It's almost a mini supermarket as they have a fresh meat counter where meat is cut to order, the meat counter has a whole variety of different meats and now even do fish.