Middle East Mini Market is a small shop selling all things Middle Eastern, as well as loads of universal good such as one would expect to find in a convenience store. ts worth popping in though because they do have a large selection of Asian foodstuffs that are unavailable elsewhere. If you're looking to cook some authentic curries, stews or kebabs, then pay this place a visit.
Seemingly stocking the entirety of India and Pakistan's cultural dishes, groceries, spices, pastes, rice...the list goes on! All the basics are here - grains, pulses, spices, exotic fruit & veg, great value bunches of fresh herbs.
They stock a good range of traditional groceries and spices.
It's a big Turkish cash and carry place that stocks most of the usual suspects of Middle Eastern food and at decent enough prices. It stands ready to deliver Turkish goodness to all who enter. You will find a standard array of brand name goods, but also various imported foods, spices, breakfast cereals, juice drinks. There's also a bakery and meat counter, and a kebab shop .
They have a great range of Polish groceriesans spices including loads of lovely noodles, the famous pierogi dumplings and cured meats.
Appna seems to be as big as it gets for Asian and ethnic grocery stores in Manchester, which stands to reason given the high Asian population in Longsight.
ASM Cash & Carry is a surprisingly large Indian grocery store in the style of Worldwide Foods in Rusholme, although ASM has the added attraction of a sari shop under the same roof! All the usual favourites are there, the dhals, rices, spices and speciality fruit & veg and fresh herbs. This place appears to be totally vegetarian,
Lebanon is one of a trio of Lebanese delicatessens on Kingsway, which offers to meet 'all of your Arabic household needs'. Their focus on the Lebanese/Arab niche also makes this a worthwhile destination for the serious foodie, both for the range of unique goods and also the strong. They stock saffron, za'atar, rosepetal jam, date syrup, dolmades, half a dozen choices of each of za'atar, tahini, dolmades, vine leaves, floral waters and more.
They stock a good selection of Middle Eastern groceries and products with a focus on Lebabese. Beirut, is a halal butcher and an importer, They also stock fresh produce.
They stock the usual range of Lebanese and Middle Eastern groceris and products. If you are local to Burnage, this is a good place to grab your fresh herbs which ethnic stores do so well - mint, flat parsley, coriander.