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..
This is like a sophisticated candy shop, with different candies in jars sold by the weight, and lots of very unique candies/ chocolate from all over the place. High end European candies are interspersed with spice mixes. Tiny packages of French bonbons are meticulously hand tied with ribbons but carry lofty price tags.