Chinese Supermarket - specialising in Oriental food - Offering their customers a extensive range of authentic Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and Malaysian cooking ingredients, foods, snacks and soft drinks, that are sourced from their respective countries. VISIT SITE
They stock pretty much everything in your Asian heart's desire from veggies to ready made food as well as plenty of frozen goods. They also have Chinese, Thai and an Indian section so it can be a real one stop shop. It's a bit tucked away and you can almost easily drive past it but look out for it after the B&Q.
You can get all kind of "Mediterranean" products here, as well as different cured meats. Nice local store with a great range of vegetables at a good price.
This supermarket on Golders Green high street stocks foods and produce from many different regions and countries: Turkey, Poland, Middle East, Mediterranean etc. It truly is an international supermarket and it is so much fun browse through the aisles and almost feel like you're actually visiting the different countries.
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.
They're a local Polish shop & stock all kinds of Polish goodies. Almost every pre-packed item in this shop contains either meat or dairy in it. They keep a limited selection of breads, pastries and baguettes at the entrance.
Amazing grocery store, they carry specialty food from Japan, China, India, and Indonesia. They also sell packages of dim-sum ready to be steamed at home. It has a fair range of frozen and tinned food/bottles. Not as much variety on the fresh stuff as Chinatown. Prices probably on a par with Chinatown.
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.
If you like bread, meat, cheese or olives you're in luck here. Inside is a large selection of freshly cooked breads, meat, cheese, homemade baked goods (quiche, pastries, cakes) and salads. Also stocks international products and a variety of local producers. Slightly more pricey than your average but not unaffordable for a deli. Quality of products always great.Barbakan has its roots in Eastern Europe and it was named after the historic city of Krakow, Poland. Web Site
A convenience store with abias towards Asian and Indian products. There's also the traditional selection of fresh fruit and vegetables outside the shop,