It's an Asian supermarket and also stocks Caribbean groceries Pak also has a butcher offering Halal meats and fish, all much, much cheaper than the large supermarket.
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A convenience store with abias towards Asian and Indian products. There's also the traditional selection of fresh fruit and vegetables outside the shop,
They stock lots of East Asian products and produce.They have a few Korean products, like Shin Ramyun, kimchi etc. and even fewer Japanese products. Their Chinese selection is vast and awesome!
East & West Supermarket has an amzing range of spices, beans, lentils, pulses and lots of value buys like big bags of rice. Out front you'll find a range of fruit and vegetables and often some varities that are rather exotic. Service is swift and friendly and it's a joy browsing the isles.
Pak supermarket sells alot of asian food and is like a supermarket for the asian culture. They sell different types of chapatti flours and accessories to learn how to make the asian food. They sell alot of asian drinks and beers. Pak Supermarket provides scotch bonnets, Mr browns marinade and many other ethnic seasonings.
A great Indian grocery store favourable amongst most of the local community because of its decent prices, helpful staff and clean and fresh produce. It's almost a mini supermarket as they have a fresh meat counter where meat is cut to order, the meat counter has a whole variety of different meats and now even do fish.
They sell Chinese, Caribbean and Indian groceries, from hot sauce to indian spices to pak choi and lychees, you can get loads of interesting products here. They have a large variety of exotic fruits so you are more likely to get your kiwiis, lychees, and star fruits here but they also have a good stock of all the regular ones like pineapples, bananas etc.
They have a wide range of fruit and vegetables, general groceries, South-Asian foods and even a butchers at the back of the store. It's a family-business with friendly staff members. They even offer to drop your shopping to the car without you even asking!
This is the largest Chinese/oriental supermarket (more like hypermarket) in the West Midlands where you can buy both as wholesale and by the case load whether you are trade or the general public. It's basically a cash and carry for the Chinese trade but has a good selection of Japanese goods and other goods from places like in South East Asia such as Thailand.
They stock a good range of Asian groceries, Halal meat and the normal day to day items carried by most supermarkets.
Rai Supermarket has a vast variety of Asian food and groceries. They're always busy, which is testament to the wide selection of products they have and offers they tend to put on.
Find that missing ingredient or shop for your everyday groceries. They have sourced the finest products from established brands, newer brands and also your traditional family favourites to provide a choice to meet all taste
They have an extensive selection of Chinese, sub continent, South East Asian and oriental groceries and ingredients.
Matta's is an Indian grocery store which has successfully diversified into both regional world foods and also wholefoods. Afro-Caribbean, Chinese, Greek, Spanish, Indian, Italian, Japanese and Thai are all well catered for. There is a definite feel of confidence and genuine foodie enthusiasm in the buying and also in the customer service from at least some of the staff. VISIT SITE
An Indian, Pakistani, Afgani Grocery Store London.
They sell Indian, Pakistani, Afgani, Sri Lankan Groceries in London
An Indian/Pakistani Grocery Store specialising in Rice, Flour, Spices, Lentils, Oils, Pickles, Beans, Ornaments etc.
Deepak may not have the best array of fruit and veg – but for dried goods and spices, it has no peers. There are more pulses to be taken here than in the whole of the adjacent St George’s Hospital – Malawi toor dahl, urad dahl, channa dahl, and every staple you’ll need to cook Indian food. The range of spices covers everything South Asian and beyond – if Deepak doesn’t have it, and for a very good price, you probably can’t get it.
This store has Indian, Pakistani Groceries and Spices as well as being an Off-Licence
They sell Indian, Nepali Groceries in London
They have Indian Groceries and Branded Products Such as MDH, Shaan, Haldiram, Verka, Vadilal, Priya, Bikaji, Bikano, Novelty, Laziza & Daawat.
We sell a wide range of products sourced form the Phillipines and Far East as well as foods and spices from South Asia.
Indian Grocery Store Selling Indian Food Items Such as Atta, Spices, Rice, Lentils, Herbs, Latest Bollywood Movies, Magazines, Cookware, Lamb Chicken or Vegetable Curry, Prawn Curry, Tandoori chicken, Vegetable Pakoras, Samosas etc.
This grocery store has a good range of sub continent groceries and ingredients.
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.
Large Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi supermarket off Brick Lane. This is a fantastic supermarket for buying all you need to make awesome Curries - amongst other great Asian Dishes. Don't let the name fool you, Bangladeshi are not the only dishes you can produce, they also stock S.E.Asian Iigredients too! There is a frozen food counter and a butchery counter at the back of the store.
If you're into cooking Indian/Bangladeshi/Pakistani dishes at home, this store has a full selection of ingredients for you. Taj stores is one of the nicer Bangladeshi markets in the area. They have a fantastic produce selection--much better than the local Tesco, and carry a variety of standard and exotic veg. They've also got halal meats. VISIT SITE
It has everything you need to stock up for Chinese cooking, including fresh sea food and vegetables, and the obligatory tins and dried goods. The range of goods is about the same as you find in Chinatown. There are grocery items, a good frozen food section and cookery equipment as well as fresh foods. However, the jewel in the crown is an impressive fish and seafood counter.
They stock Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Asian, Nepali and Bangladeshi Groceries
This is a Sri Lankan & Indian Cut Price Supermarket selling Fruit & Vegetables, Spices, Flour, Atta, Lentils, Beans, Daal, Frozen Food etc.
They sell lIndian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi groceries,and fresh fruit & vegetables, frozen food.
They stock a wide selection of Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi, Asian, Malaysian, Nepali, Afgani and South African groceries including Flour (Atta), Basmati Rice, Spices, Lentils (Dal), Red Kidney Beans (Rajmah), Chick Peas (Choley), Frozen Vegetables, Oils, Herbs, Pickles, Ghee, Beans, Snacks, Papadams,
They sell Fresh Fruit & Vegetables, Meat, Dairy Products, Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan and Asian Groceries.
The sell a good range of groceries, household products and pulses. A retailer of fresh bangladeshi fruit & vegetables, fish, halal meat/chicken/lamb/beef, and all spices. VISIT SITE
They specialise in Indian Grocery Items Such as Flour, Rice, Spices, Lentils, Phone Cards, Oils, Herbs, Pickles, Snacks, Religious/ Prayer Items, CD’S, DVD’S, Bollywood Movies, Homewares Items, Cosmetics, Ornaments, Pakoras and Samosas.
They stock Indian Spices, Frozen Fruit & Vegetables, Herbs, Ready To Eat Food, Religious Items, Essences, CD’S, DVD’S, Bollywood Movies and more.
This market is a proper southeast Asian/Chinese market. They have a lot of vegan meatsIf you need a Thai or Vietnamese cooking ingredient it is a fair bet that Starnight has it! It's a large shop, packed with stuff. Noodles, sweets, dried stuff, fresh vegetables. Plus all the fresh produce and spices you need to make your curries, both Thai and Chinese.
They sell Indian Grocery Items Such as MDH, Shaan, Haldiram, Verka, Vadilal, Bikaji, Novelty, Daawat, Ashoka, Indiagate, Pataks, Dabur, Ayur, Kissan, Sharwood, etc.
They stock Atta, Basmati Rice, Spices, Lentils, Red Kidney Beans, Chick Peas Pickles, Snacks, Ready To Eat Curries, Indian CD’S, DVD’S
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.
An Aladdin's cave of flavours, you'll find rose buds, spices, herbs and some unusual ingredients that you won't get anywhere else in the city. It's pricey, but that's what you have to pay to get this kind of selection. VISIT SITE
A very good Indian Supermarket in London Specialising in Rice, Spices, Flour, Lentils (Dal), Phone Cards, Frozen Vegetables, Oils, Herbs and Pickles.
This market has a Vietnamese/Indonesian base, but with plenty of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese staples as well. Small fresh food section, but lots of frozen goodies! They source products directly from North, Central and South of Vietnam, as well as other Far East countries, including China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines.' VISIT SITE
An Indian/ Pakistani/ Srilankan Grocery Shop in London
They sell Sri Lankan and Indian Groceries and Seafood also Meat & Vegetables.
Deepak specialises in Middle Eastern, Indian and Mediterranean foods and is it cheap! You'll find lots of interesting foodstuffs for around half the price you'll find them at the nearest high street grocery store. If you're looking for spices, grains, pulses, nuts or flours of any type then Deepaks has more than likely got you covered.
Describing itself as an 'Indian English Afro Grocery', Dadus is a big cash and carry shop on Tooting's High St. They stock a good range of groceries at reasonable prices.
They sell Groceries and Indian Brands Such as Shaan, Mangal, Markfed’s Sohna, Mother’s Recipe, Pattu, Tops, Everest, Ashoka, Swad, Indiagate, Dabur, Maggi, Kissan etc
This popular Wembley Gujarati local has buckets of moreish, freshly made pickles all sold by weight. Rare herbs and spices, hard to find elsewhere in London, are in abundance, such as cobra saffron, soapnuts, and mango-ginger.
This store has great quality Indian food items and groceries in London
An Indian Store/Shop selling Fruit & Vegetables, Meat, Fish spices, ingredients etc.
Wing Fat imports direct from the Far East to bring you truly authentic oriental flavours and ingredients. Their massive range of goods can be ordered by telephone and delivered free within the Greater Manchester area or they would love to see you when you visit their store: They stock Chinese, Filipino, Thai, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian, Vietnamese and Indian groceries. Opening times Monday to Thursday and Saturday 9.30am to 7pm. Closed Friday. Visit Site
As far as Chinese supermarkets/wholesalers go, Wing Yip have really got it together. They have four of these huge supermarkets in the UK, all with free car parking and easily accessible from the motorway. But not just Chinese. Here you can buy Thai pastes, a Japanese sushi kit, sample Indian and even grab offerings you wouldn't find anywhere else like Singaporean and Malaysian.
Offering all you could ever want to build and stock a kitchen, Wing Fat is a staple for any cook. You really can buy every ingredient imaginable, equipment to cook with and even the bowls to serve it in. Wing Fat is one of the Asian grocers- offering products to help you recreate traditional Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian, Vietnamese and Indian cuisines. They have a great fresh and frozen meat, vegetables and seafood section. VISIT SITE
Khawaja Brothers Mini Market is a cut above your average Indo-Pakistani grocers, Whether you're concocting a katsu curry or just seeking out some seasonal salad, you can do no wrong by making a beeline for this little place because it's fresh, it changes with the seasons, it has more ethnic ingredients than you can possibly pile into your plastic bag, and perhaps given the first three the most appealing factor... it's almost obscenely inexpensive.
Despite having a deceptively small storefront, once inside Madina Superstore turns out to be another Desi supermarket easily on a par with branches of Worldwide Foods or Manchester Superstore.
Seemingly stocking the entirety of India and Pakistan's cultural dishes, groceries, spices, pastes, rice...the list goes on! All the basics are here - grains, pulses, spices, exotic fruit & veg, great value bunches of fresh herbs.
Shopping at Worldwide Foods, Manchester's biggest Indo-Pak supermarket, has the potential to massively improve your homecooking. Be it spices, unusual breads or interesting fruit and veg - Worldwide stocks it all, and in vast quantities. There's a massive fresh produce fruit and veg stall at the back. There's also a Halal butchers, VISIT SITE
This store carries most of the popular Asian and sub continent groceries