The International food is quite extense: Chorizo Espanol, Yerba Mate from Argentina, sweet potato preserve from Argentina, chimichurri sauce, cheese bread from Colombia, Dulce de Leche from Chile (yay), Harina Pan from Venezuela (to make arepas, which are corn meal patties and not to be confused with MAZA from Mexico),chocolates, cookies and coffee from Brazil. The Brits have it easy here as well. Lot of British products: cookies, chocolates, biscuits, waffles, tea, some drinks, VISIT SITE
Colorful supermarket with a lot of different hispanic products. The prices aren't the lowest, but you can find a lot of stuff you normally would not find in a regular supermarket. This store has everything that caters to the Hispanic community. This has a tortilleria ( fresh made corn tortillas), a fresh aquas (flavored water) stand, a taqueria/ grill and on the weekends barbacoa, carnitas, menudo and all that good stuff. They have a huge selection for fresh baked sweet bread and everything a normal grocery store has.
This is a great little hole In the wall for Central American/Salvadorian food. At first it can be a little off putting, it looks like a corner store once you walk in, but be brave and make your way to the right you'll see all the food being prepared.
Great for pupusas. For lack of a better explanation pupusas are El Salvador's version of a tamale and they come in a gluten free veggie version with beans and cheese. Good range of traditional groceries.
If you are of Hispanic, Asian or Middle Eastern descent, then this is the place to go. They have a large assortment of Honduran, Guatemalan, Salvadorean, and Central & South American groceries. They have designated a Deli, Fish Market, Butcher and Bakery (you can get fresh Tortillas!).
Its a grocery store/restaurant. So if you're in a hurry to buy groceries and want tp pick up dinner this is the place to do it. It has many authentic Mexican grocery items. This grocery store! Its super cheap and has yummy avocados and great marinated chicken! Mexican ingredients include crema mexicana, el vacquito crumbling cheese and mexican mozzarella cheese, pollo marinado, avocados, tortillas, bollios and pasteles (mexican pastries)
Great local market, sometimes you can feel a little intimidated being the only one who speaks English. You can't go wrong with any of their seasoned meat for fajitas or any of their fully cooked foods. In one shopping trip you can get some lemons (really good ones!), Mexican chips, a can of condensed milk, a Spanish magazine, and a taco. VISIT SITE
These should be an experience not a super market. it feels like you walk into any market in Mexico. One of the best supermarkets in Houston for Spanish products the atmosphere is great here. This place is huge there's nothing you can't find they have it all here fresh seafood fresh meat market fresh deli cold cuts fresh bakery not mention homemade tortillas hot and fresh in the bag amazin taste to them.