This is the place to go for the fresh aromatic herbs (such as Asian basil, red or purple perilla leaves and saw-leaf herb) essential for cooking authentic dishes at home. Exotic south-east Asian fruits can also be found here: rambutans, durian and dragon fruit. Also is the excellent selection of fish and shellfish, condiments (such as fish sauce and fermented prawn paste) and a range of Vietnamese cooking utensils.
For the freshest, sashimi-grade fish, look to West Acton’s Atari-ya, which promises more than 100 types of fish and shellfish. Friendly, knowledgable staff will gladly slice fish into morsels of sashimi for no extra charge. Also available are kitchen essentials, colourful snacks, and thinly sliced meats for shabu-shabu and sukiyaki (Japanese hot pots)
Deepak may not have the best array of fruit and veg – but for dried goods and spices, it has no peers. There are more pulses to be taken here than in the whole of the adjacent St George’s Hospital – Malawi toor dahl, urad dahl, channa dahl, and every staple you’ll need to cook Indian food. The range of spices covers everything South Asian and beyond – if Deepak doesn’t have it, and for a very good price, you probably can’t get it.
A truly delightful Iranian local in Kensington that is more than just a patisserie – fragrant herbs, fresh fruit and vegetables are also on show, and you’ll find anything from halal meat to Iranian caviar, pickles to rosewater. The pastries and sweets are sensational, so be sure to take home some of their freshly-baked-on-the-premises cakes and biscuit.
The market has an interrsting srlection of traditional products and groceries.
They sell a broad range of West African groceries and products.
Their aim is to share their passion for French cheeses and cheeses from around the world. So, discover the world of cheese: from Brie to goat’s milk cheese, to the essential Camembert, the great vintages of Comté and Swiss Gruyère, outstanding Roquefort, the genuine Reblochon, cheese Mont d’Or from Jura, Italian cheeses such as Mozzarella and Gorgonzola, English cheeses such as Stilton, Cheddar or simply Cottage cheese. VISIT SITE
L'Eau à la bouche is a deli that stocks more than just French produce. This is an interesting new deli offering laid back knowledgeable service that tempts you with a carefully chosen selection of delicious Continental and British fine food classics. Eat inside too. You'll love the mouthwatering snacks, patisserie and fresh ground quality coffee. Parties and business lunches are also catered for and delivered.
This store has gift hampers, organic food, prepared meals, foie gras, pates, terrines, rillettes, seafood, caviar, olive oil and more.
The best African shop in Manchester that offers a range of African food and grocery items, freight to Ghana, Money transfer worldwide, African attire and jewelry. Home away from home.