It's an ethnic market, so you're going to find a lot of ethnic specialties. There's lavash and sangak from at least five different local bakeries, several brands and flavors of yogurt, and lot's of various Persian sweets and pastries. You can get baklava, zaban, borek, halva, sohan, fruit tarts, etc. in plastic cartons (made fresh at local bakeries) or from the bakery counter.
This is a local Armenian grocery.They have every kind of middle eastern and european delight, and the family makes the most delicious, freshest baked goods - both savory and sweet and everything is so inexpensive, yes - cheap. High quality, low prices,
This place had everything as far as middle eastern spices. Halabi beber (Aleppo Pepper), dried mint (nane), sumac, lentil, cumin, and all at reasonable prices. Great variety of fresh spices at very good prices! It is a bit of a hole-in-the-wall but well worth venturing in and poking around. It's got just about every spice you'd need. It's also got frozen basturma and soujouk, pomegranate paste, an endless array of jams, jellies, and dried fruits, and a decent selection of Greek, Armenian, and Middle Eastern cheeses.
Great ethnic foods here that are a deal. Good value for anything you buy here. Nice variety of international foods. All kinds of veggies, hard to find greens. Good market with awesome prices for produce. VISIT SITE
Located in the heart of Little Armenia/Pasadena, this is a small, mom and pop Lebanese grocery that features imported foods, fresh meats, juices, and sundry spices and a few household goods that make this a fun ethnic experience.