They sell beef, lamb, chicken, duck and goat, (and sometimes even camel) meat and meat products at comparable prices to butchers elsewhere. Asim’s at Southport also sells many Middle Eastern groceries such as hummus, tahina, cordials, spices, drinks, rosewater, Afghani bread as well as the freshest highest quality Turkish bread we’ve tasted on the coast.
The Spice Trail prides itself on being the first spice shop on the Gold Coast, established in 1999 by Parvin Balsara and her daughters Ava and Spenta. It provides all things Indian, Persian, Sri Lankan and Pakistani
The store stocks Middle Eastern groceries and specialty foods, such as syrups and cordials made from sour cherry, tamarind, rosewater and orange blossom, pickles and a large range of halva. There are huge bins of spices, dried noodles, legumes and beans, za’atar in smaller bags, wood coal for your cooker and even fresh figs.
The store to visit if you are looking for Bangladeshi or Indian spices, rice, pulses, sweets, snacks They have a huge collection of Bangladeshi frozen fish (Ayer, Boal, Ruhi, Katla, Mrigal, Hilsa, Mrigal, Talapia, Kaski, Soil, etc.) and halal meat and meat products (chicken, goat, lamb, beef, etc.).
They have a good selection of traditional Japanese groceries and videos at reasonable prices. Closed Monday!
They sell Halal Asian and Indonesian groceries and Halal prepared meals.
They sell Fruit and Vegetables, Halal condiments and Halal small goods (Beef Rashers, Pies, Sliced Turkey, Chicken Nuggets etc)
They stock a wide selection of authentic groceries and products. You will find all things Asian here. It is a great little shop to pick up your spices, parrathas, rice, sandalwood soap, you name it they got it.
Indo-Asian Grocery features a wide range of products and services from thousands of national, international and regional brands.They have wide grocery selection of Asian, Indian, Indonesian, Iranian/Persian, Mexican,South African, South Korean, and Sri Lankan products in Australia. There is a wide assortment of products. Their main product groups are rice, flour, oil, dried fruit, nuts, herbs, spices and legumes (peas, beans & lentils). Currently, they have approximately 2200 + food related items stored.
They sell a good selection of traditional Fijian and Indian groceries and products