They offer a great range of fine foods from Greece, Cyprus and beyond, including olives, olive oil, honey, feta, halloumi and vine leaves, as well some more unusual lines such as mastihi chewing gum and pomegranate molasses. You can shop at their traditional deli in Bayswater or order online for delivery to your door, anywhere in the UK. VISIT SITE
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Camberwell gets its Turkish supermarket in true fashion to suit the needs of the local Cypriot, Turkish and Greek communities here as well as any locals who misses the taste of their holidays. There is a nice selection of food, which goes beyond the SE Mediterranean cuisine but caters for many eastern European palates. Nice bakery counter where you can get fresh pide and simit as well as a selection of börek and sweets like baklava.
Great Mediterranean / Middle Eastern supermarket just off Camden High Street. Loads of imported foods from Cyprus to Palestine to Egypt and loads more. All the different grains and wheat etc you would ever need. Lots of interesting tinned goods - salads and vegetables and traditional dishes. Not a massive selection and not the best quality but perfectly fine and not expensive.
This Cypriot shop is an icon of Harringay's Grand Parade, and a great value supermarket, bakery and butchers. This is a well loved bakery/supermarket and all Greek/Turkish people already know about it. This shop is great for anyone looking for anything turkish and mediterrean. The bakery is next door which has bread, koulourakia, cakes, lokoumathes and the turkish newspaper. everything is fresh and of good quality
Green Lanes has some of the best and the cheapest Mediterranean groceries in London and is by far one of the best Cypriot shops. You can find can find feta cheese, fresh vine leaves and baklava to delicious fresh bread. It's also got the character and charm that you'd expect from a Mediterranean shop. The fruit and veg is very fresh and they have a great choice of herbs wrapped in big bunches. There are lots of different olives to choose from and the kalamata olives ones are really juicy,
In addition to the fruit and veg, the shop has a good selection of Turkish, Cypriot and Greek fresh produce, cheeses, Turkish sausages etc. There is an olive counter at the back, and an onsite bakery which periodically wheels metal stacks of freshly baked bread into the shop. There's an aisle of various pulses and grains, and a range of international tinned goods, juices etc.