The Croatian butchery is enormous and the front of the store stocks a large of range of supermarket items from Croatia, Serbia, Hungary and Poland. Their products are always fresh as they manufacture all their products (smoked, cooked) in small batches almost on daily bases. That will guarantee that when you buy products from Ivans Small Goods you will be rewarded with best possible quality
Gima supermarket in Sydney has long been the primary meeting point for those who want to live the Turkish supermarket experience.Like other supermarket chains, the Auburn store has it’s own customer parking and unless you visit on a public holiday, you can always find parking space.
All types of Turkish drinks, dairy products, meat and poultry, snacks, rice, bulgur, kuru-yemish (dry fruits), desserts, olives, as well as non-food stuff for home – pretty much anything you are after that is Turkish, or from Turkish-Ottoman diaspora (yes, middle-eastern or Balkan goodies as well).
This place has some wonderful instant inegol kofte, arnavut cigeri, manti, fresh feta cheese and helal meats and plenty of other Turkish goodies.
Foodies, eat your hearts out. The Village is now home to a new fine-food purveyor – Deli Hub, an international gourmet deli.
Owner Victor Guliev has plenty of experience. “I’ve worked in the food industry for over 25 years,” he says. “At Deli Hub we try to offer some unique gourmet food options for St Ives that weren’t here before.” This includes a range of high-quality meats, antipasti, delicious cheeses and more. There’s also an international focus to the selection, with Victor having a Russian background.