They a have a good selection of ethnic food-from Mexican to Middle Eastern to Asian. Morse Market is a very nice neighborhood grocery store. The produce is amazing and they cater to just about every conceivable diet or palate. Excellent produce, very good meat. Yeah, it's a bit pricier than big box stores, but it's also a neighbourhood shop, not a chain.
Food mart carrying everything needed for your household and specializing in Indian/Nepali grocery.
It's a small place, but they have chicha morada, inca kola and aji amarillo. Just like your average corner store with milk, soda, chips & candy. Only this one even has empanadas and Mexican imported Coke, made with real sugar. They carry aji amarillos--Peruvian yellow peppers--on the shelves in cans and jars and in the freezer. Some look more like jams or paste, and some looked pickled.
All kinds of Ecuadorian, Peruvian, and Latin American products. They carry lots of herbs and spices that many Peruvians cannot find anywhere else in Chicago for their cooking needs.
It's a small grocery store with a back section that has an opening where you can order/pick up food. Definitely the place to go to for awesome home cooked Filipino food. They also have some Asian grocery items but are very limited.
Ethnic groceries, particularly Indian. You'd find the groceries being more south Indian. They've got vegetables typically used in Indian cooking, frozen goods, spices, etc. Also a few baked good varieties. If you get there early, they may have a tray of samosa,
A good selection of traditional groceries and spices.
They have the full assortment of Filipino groceries and bakery items, as well as an excellent take-out counter (many choices of freshly-prepared dishes). Yes, the store looks old, and yes, you will likely wait in line for a little bit, but so what? The place has character, the workers are friendly, the prices are reasonable, and the food is fantastic. Great place to stock up on Filipino/Asian items. They carry: mixes, desserts, sauces, frozen stuff (like wonton wrappers), etc. They also have their own meat/fish section.
This tiny Pinoy (Filipino) grocery store has a decent selection of packaged food, big bags of rice, some frozen items, and a few fresh items. Usually they have freshly-made ready to eat food such as lumpia for sale as well. Proprietors are very friendly. The store is organized and well stocked on basic Filipino staples.
3 R Filipino Grocery and Restaurant is a great place for authentic Filipino food. There are 2 sections of the store. One side is a grocery and the other is a restaurant. Shop for fresh mango nectar, snacks such as wasabi peas , shrimp chips, dried mangos, and you will love the Pan de Sal (filipino slightly sweet bread) made fresh daily.