This is a well-stocked Eastern European food market. You will find many, many products from Russia and former Soviet countries. Try the selection of wines, or one of many Kabasa or fish from the meat counter. This is basically a large specialty market. It mainly carries Russian items as well as a lot of Moldavian, Armenian, Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, and Georgian items
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It's Armenian, so it comes with all those awesome Armenian products that you want to try but can't do it quite yet! Fresh fruit, great deli selection, and awesome Mediterranean spices and food - and all at really great prices!
It's an ethnic market, so you're going to find a lot of ethnic specialties. There's lavash and sangak from at least five different local bakeries, several brands and flavors of yogurt, and lot's of various Persian sweets and pastries. You can get baklava, zaban, borek, halva, sohan, fruit tarts, etc. in plastic cartons (made fresh at local bakeries) or from the bakery counter.
This is a local Armenian grocery.They have every kind of middle eastern and european delight, and the family makes the most delicious, freshest baked goods - both savory and sweet and everything is so inexpensive, yes - cheap. High quality, low prices,
They have a wide assortment of fresh breads, Armenian foods, dairy products, fresh meats, pastas, rice, and spices... all at amazing prices. Really awesome prices. Inside the shop are simple shelves full of traditional Armenian foods from bread to cheeses, a meat counter, candies and fun stuff like Rose jelly.
This place had everything as far as middle eastern spices. Halabi beber (Aleppo Pepper), dried mint (nane), sumac, lentil, cumin, and all at reasonable prices. Great variety of fresh spices at very good prices! It is a bit of a hole-in-the-wall but well worth venturing in and poking around. It's got just about every spice you'd need. It's also got frozen basturma and soujouk, pomegranate paste, an endless array of jams, jellies, and dried fruits, and a decent selection of Greek, Armenian, and Middle Eastern cheeses.
Great ethnic foods here that are a deal. Good value for anything you buy here. Nice variety of international foods. All kinds of veggies, hard to find greens. Good market with awesome prices for produce. VISIT SITE
They have Latvian Ice Cream. The selection of Eastern European goods is amazing. The prices as very reasonable as well. Great place for all your Russian, Armenian, and some Mediterranean foods. Great for Russian food especially! There is much variety here and good prices. I was really excited to find a great selection of desserts, deli meats, juices, and pickles... if it's Russian, you will find it here with lots of options! If it's Russian, you will find it here with lots of options!
Garni is the best Armenian butcher in town. I've gotten steaks, chicken and pork from here. The pre-marinades are always on point. When steak isn't cut they'll chop it to whatever thickness you'd like. They offer helpful tips on preparing food. Extremely good quality meat at bargain prices! It's a no frills meat market. No fancy stuff here. Just good meat, good service, friendly staff.
Located in the heart of Little Armenia/Pasadena, this is a small, mom and pop Lebanese grocery that features imported foods, fresh meats, juices, and sundry spices and a few household goods that make this a fun ethnic experience.
It's a mix of a Middle Eastern market & liquor store. The selection, including some African products is pretty amazing and varied. They had all sorts of foods, spices and other selections.
Cool little food/ gourmet/ convenience store. Imported foods that are hand selected by the owner, "Mo" -- who is so friendly and will let you taste the newest finds..... sometimes brownies and other sweets.... sometimes a new middle eastern dip that is unique to his store.... just lots of stuff. Also pedestrian things like Sprite, milk, etc. They've got great foods from England, Ireland, other Middle Eastern countries, great feta cheese from France and Bulgaria, yogurt from Greece, Armenian breads ... the list goes on and on.
Lots of veggies, cookies, sweets, various brands of labne (somewhere between yogurt and cream cheese) - all in all a wonderful Middle Eastern / Armenian grocery store. It's a family establishment with a very homely feel. They have an amazing selection of prepared food and desserts, the produce is always fresh and reasonably priced, and the owners are great. The pickled vegetables are delish and fresh (try the cauliflower!) and the cheese selection has something for everyone. They also sell hookahs and imported candy bars, jams, dried fruit, and nuts among other things.
The food is organized by country of origin - Russia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Israel, Portugal, etc. This store is amazing, don't let its small size fool you. It carries an eclectic mix of foodstuffs from the former USSR as well as a wide array of Israeli brand products. They also have a wide array of wines and beers from not only Russia, but from eastern europe as well.. In addition, you can find imported spices, teas, coffees, smoked fish, breads, sausages, cheeses and frozen foods.