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.
Khawaja Brothers Mini Market is a cut above your average Indo-Pakistani grocers, Whether you're concocting a katsu curry or just seeking out some seasonal salad, you can do no wrong by making a beeline for this little place because it's fresh, it changes with the seasons, it has more ethnic ingredients than you can possibly pile into your plastic bag, and perhaps given the first three the most appealing factor... it's almost obscenely inexpensive.
Probably one of the best Asian supermarkets in town. There is a maze of shelves and sections of dried foods, canned goods, fish/meat and specialist fresh vegetables/herbs such as agar-agar and lime leaves. You can get dried, frozen and fresh ingredients, the latter including Asian fruit and veg as well as live lobsters for the brave! They also have a small selection of utensils and cooking paraphernalia such as steamers and pans etc.
If you like bread, meat, cheese or olives you're in luck here. Inside is a large selection of freshly cooked breads, meat, cheese, homemade baked goods (quiche, pastries, cakes) and salads. Also stocks international products and a variety of local producers. Slightly more pricey than your average but not unaffordable for a deli. Quality of products always great.Barbakan has its roots in Eastern Europe and it was named after the historic city of Krakow, Poland. Web Site
They stock a good range of authentic Polish groceries and deli items.
This small shop stocks a great range of traditional groceries and deli meats.
They state that every roduct in their shop is straight from Poland with deliveries every 2 weeks. Fresh bread baked with polish recipe, frozen foods, meats, basic chemicals, babyfoods, etc.
This deli/grocer has a good range of traditional Polish groceries.