This place is actually a little bakery/grocery store with Filipino goods. But the pandesal is the star of this store.They also have a turo turo and desserts such as bibingka, cuchinta, espasol and pichi pichi. They also sell your standard Filipino staples, both dry and frozen.
It's a super-concentrated Japanese grocery packed with fresh snacks and candies and anything you need for a quick, comfort meal if you're homesick and from Japan...or wish you were.You'll find a deli section and cold case snacks like dango and daifuku, and a nice selection of ramen and curries on the shelves. There's a ton of candy. They have way more Japanese snack variations than Japanese markets in New York, especially all things green tea. Web site.
Easy to find organic foods, the choice for vegetables and fruits is great. Very good location, 5 mins walking from Commercial skytrain station. Donald's has a large section of vegetarian/vegan specialty items available at a reasonable price. It appears that most of the items in the store consists of fresh organic, gluten-free and lots and lots of products locally grown or made.Web site and other store locations.
This store has selection of grains, pulses, flakes, flours, herbs, spices, fruit chips, raisins, seeds, powders, cereals, sugars and tisanes.They stock tons of unusual ingredients.all kinds of flours, nuts, dried fruits and pulses, sugar, cocoa powder, spices, snacks, chocolate, meals and pastes, extracts and emulsions, oils and vinegars, exotic meats, cheeses, produce, baking ingredients galore. Ethnic specialty foods: Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Russian, Mexican, etc. The selection of gluten-free flours and alternatives is amazing andlots of organic meats, cheese, produce and dairy. Web site.
The store has all the normal grocery iyems and a large number number of gluten-free options , cheap non-dairy milk, bulk spices, a good selection of meat alternatives (tofu, seitan, mock meats, tempeh) for less than other shops. Also Mexican, Italian, Portugese, Indian, and East Asian prepared foods. Definitely the place for natual food products at decent fair low prices compared to health food stores... great for organic sundries, spices, great produce (incl some organic) and a very diverse bulk foods section... also has a a deli. Web site.
It's a Korean supermarket with many varieties of kimchi They also make their own tofu from organic soybeans Also great for noodles, produce, sauces, and Asian snacks. Not good for traditionally North American foods.
Whole Foods Market is widely known as an organic grocery store. Whole Foods carries pretty much anything you can think of in terms of groceries, including fresh fruits and veggies, a wide variety of baked goods, a huge deli section, and more cheese than you could imagine. Unfortunately, with that selection comes a high cost which ia a common theme for most reviews. Web site.
They sell organic produce, organic beef, organic eggs, organic granola, and a few other organics. What's not organic is usually local. You can find local, organic, and "conventional" produce & dairy products as well as gluten free and vegan options. They sell bread, canned/jarred foods, non-perishable times and some ethnic food items and seasonings. Web site.
They carry ingredients - fresh and packaged for cooking recipes from Southeast Asia, Japan, China, India, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean, and South America. Whether you're looking for the freshest lemongrass, fresh wasabi root, Thai basil, queso fresco and great tortillas, a variety of fresh and dried chiles, great paneer or lime and curry leaves, you can find it all in the same location. The staff at south china seas are knowledgeable and helpful. Web site.
This smal grocer has almost everything you could want. A butcher, live seafood, produce and a wide variety of packaged good. There is also a small section of mexican spices, chillies, sauces and tortillas. The fish department is well-stocked, clean, and includes a massive selection of frozen stuff as well as well-kept tanks of live fish, crabs, and mollusks.