Good selection of Persian food and groceries. The baker has the best sangak (Persian whole wheat flatbread).
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They really do have good prices for produce and the grocery items, many Turkish and Iranian, aren't expensive either. They have fresh herbs in the summer and amazing middle eastern fare (spices, bread, canned goods) inside. Plenty of sheep's cheese and amazing flat breads. Possibly the only place downtown where fresh produce can actually be considered "cheap" at times..
It has products from England, Germany, Iran, Poland, Mexico, Indonesia, India, to name a few. The shop features plenty of great niche items, and if you're looking for an unusual cheese, a particular European or Persian delicacy.
A very pleasant little Persian market with a nice variety of fresh produce, bakery items, canned goods, and bulk food bins all with a heavy focus on Persian products. Everything is extremely reasonably priced. Web site.
The store has a wide selection of traditional Persian groceries and products.
A great range of Persian groceries and ingredients at very reasonable prices.
Overall a very consistent and clean Persian grocer. A good choice for non-Persians who might have some questions or have a hard time browsing other super markets. Aside from the regular produce which you can find at most Persian stores (although it will probably be slightly fresher here), Khorak is very good for 3 things: Butcher, Baker and Special seasonal fruits.
Wonderful ethnic food shop which specializes in Middle Eastern and Asian (Indian) foodstuffs. This a great store for vegans, vegetarians and people who Middle Eastern or Asian food. This small store holds a great variety of rices, beans, lentils, spices, oils, health products, nuts, tofu, tempeh, seeds, oils, seaweeds, incense, fresh feta cheeses, Indian soups and more. Web site.