This smal grocer has almost everything you could want. A butcher, live seafood, produce and a wide variety of packaged good. There is also a small section of mexican spices, chillies, sauces and tortillas. The fish department is well-stocked, clean, and includes a massive selection of frozen stuff as well as well-kept tanks of live fish, crabs, and mollusks.
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The store has all the normal grocery iyems and a large number number of gluten-free options , cheap non-dairy milk, bulk spices, a good selection of meat alternatives (tofu, seitan, mock meats, tempeh) for less than other shops. Also Mexican, Italian, Portugese, Indian, and East Asian prepared foods. Definitely the place for natual food products at decent fair low prices compared to health food stores... great for organic sundries, spices, great produce (incl some organic) and a very diverse bulk foods section... also has a a deli. Web site.
This grocer is good for most of your Indian and Mexican ingredient needs. They stock a wide variety of lentils, curry leaves, paneer, and Indian spices as well as masa harina, fresh masa, fresh tortillas, crema fresca, queso fresco and other Mexican cheeses. They also have groceries from Guatemala, Argentina, and Paraguay amongst others.
If you need to find mole, pipian and other Mexican food-stuffs that seem so hard to find in Vancouver, this is a good spot in Kensington to check out. An extensive selection of groceries including tortillas, tamales, beans,cheese , corn flour , mexican sauces, chorizo, chocolates,horchatas,tostadas, jarritos, pony malta,bakery,dulce panela, yerba mate , aji amarillo , tamal de elote , mexican tamales, salvadorian tamales, queso panela , queso oxaca, crema , arroz de leche, flan, paleta payaso and more!
The best place to get South Americanand Mexican ingredients in Vancouver. They have stacks of corn tortillas, fresh Mexican style cheeses, salsas, a large rack of dried spices (dozens of types of dried chiles, along with comino, Mexican oregano, achiote, and so on), along with Salvadoran, Peruvian, and other South American food items. They also have a selection of fresh-made bakery and dessert items.
As the name implies, they have everything you would need for latin cooking. They have a mavelous range of salsas, tortillas, beans, rice and everything else a latin kitchen needs. They also sell hot food that you order at the checkout. This is very good food, not strictly Mexican, but very South of the Border, a little Salvadoran, a little Mexican, a little special.
Small, clean shop with lots of Mexican non-perishable goods, pinatas, sodas, snacks, religious candles, some chorizo, and dairy products. They offer a small menu of burritos, tacos, and churros as well.
You will find a variety of ready made sauces, Latin American foodstuffs and canned goods.This is the ultimate in One Stop Latin food shopping. Great resource for Mexican food, including but not limited to: salsas, chipotles, tortillas. If you can't find it, just ask: the people who work there are very helpful and friendly.
Small shop facing the west side of Jean Talon market on pretty little Casgrain stacked with bags of homemade, traditional tortilla chips, different canned beans, hot peppers, jars of salsa, fresh tortillas, etc.