It's a small grocery store with a back section that has an opening where you can order/pick up food. Definitely the place to go to for awesome home cooked Filipino food. They also have some Asian grocery items but are very limited.
This isn't your typical cafe.....its more of a filipino grocery store/filipino restaurant.
Highly recommend this place for beer it also has a lot of other good food and wine etc. There's always fresh fruit/veg, and as long as it's in season, you'll find it here for cheap. They also have a ton of wine, some liquor, fresh produce, frozen foods, the regular stuff.
This is the spot if you're Puerto Rican and you need any of the food you grew up with. They have all the ingredients, which is great, but then they also have pre-made things like sofrito and pastele. This store is smaller than your average grocer, however it is very affordable, clean & everyone that works there is really friendly.You can do your general shopping here and they have a decent beer and wine selection! VISIT SITE
The produce is typically fresh and it's usually cheaper than other places. The store stocks groceries from Puerto Rica and Latin American/South American countries. The store is well stocked, clean and organized. Visit Site
Saravale's is a Romanian meat market and deli owned by some of the nicest people you can imagine. They sell smoked Transylvanian sausages, goat's cheese, catabosi, zacusca, slanina as well as a great range of meat and deli items.
Great bakery for Breads, cookies, rolls and from fine earthy, grainy and artisanal to w loaves to more conventional breads. cookies, danish, Russian, Mexican, Italian, Greek, Jewish rye and onion rolls. Outstanding grocery - Fabulous selection of ethnic and imported goods. Aisles filled with Polish, Italian, Mexican, Greek, Eastern European, Asian and everything in between. Olive oils and vinegars from the world over. Jams and preserves from France and the rest of Europe. VISIT SITE
Without a doubt, Alexandra has the best pierogies in town. This place is a pierogi factory with a tiny storefront outlet along Central, but it seems all the Polish people know about it. Alexandra's is clean, neat, and organized. This is by far the best place to buy pierogi (this is plural spelling in Polish) in the Chicago vicinity. They make them with all the familiar stuffings known to Polish people. VISIT SITE
This place is great for Russian food . They have all sorts of sausages, pierogi (fried pastry surrounding either meat or potatoes), pilmeny ( like ravioli (kinda)filled with veal, beef, chicken) that they sell frozen and you can keep in the freezer for emergencies, vareniky (similar to pilmeny, but filled with cherries or potato and mushroom...). They also have prepared Russian salads, fancy cakes, nuts, candy, chocolate, liquor, and bottled prepared Russian goodies like zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, etc. It's hard to find really good authentic Russian deli items but Eurostyle Deli has i
Apart from the usual American groceries, the rest of the store is very "International"- every aisle has different foods from all over the world. A huge selection of Eastern European Foods (specifically Russian and Polish), Mexican, Indian, Kosher, Asian, and many other types. VISIT SITE