Every nook and cranny is stuffed with some sort of sauce, root, dried fruit or cooking device. A gem in New York City and heaven for those inspired gourmet cooks. Kalustyan's is the place to go for all your cooking needs, no matter how esoteric or specialised. They have a huge range of spices and condiments, and by no means are they limited to Indian-style items--they have everything. VISIT SITE
This family owned place has a wide array of spices, lentils and rice with everything else you need for South Asian cooking. It is a haven for anybody who cooks Pakistani or Indian food. A local source for Basmati rice, spices, pulses, sandalwood soap and neem toothpaste. Found all that and more at this cute, family run shop. And the prices are good, too.
Every kind of flour, bean, ready made bread, spice, chutney and more your heart could ever desire. The produce is amazing and is the best in the area. Find vegetables and various ingredients used in Filipino cooking which is great! Plus all the Indian products and goodies. Best store for authentic Indian dry goods and produce. VISIT SITE
Good selection of spices and Indonesian groceries, assorted chilli sauce, chips, seasoning, crackers. If you come on Saturday evening they have Indonesian food and munchies with reasonable price. The prices are fair and for certain spices really good. They sell everything from Indo Mie to the various bumbus to dodol to even frozen tempeh.
This little Indonesian grocery store has a fairly small selection of useful items such as fresh tempeh and kecap manis (sweet soy sauce). What makes this place worthwhile, though, is the takeout meals stacked on the counter. Things are everywhere instead of being stored according to category. Although there aren't that many shelves to begin with, you just have to be patient looking at what's on each shelf.
If you are looking for a great supply of (not just Chinese) Asian ingredients (Thai eggplant to frozen kaffir lime) and supplies (from mortar-pestles to bamboo rice steamers) you will not be disappointed (after braving through the gates). If you want to have Indonesian spices and goodies, come to Topline. You also can get Thai, Philipino, and other exotic SE Asian condiments and ready-to-eat snacks.
All the ingredients you will ever need for Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese cooking can be found here. Here, you can find Pandan Leaves, Belachan, Lime Leaves, Gula Melaka, a whole host of spices, and whatever else tickles your fancy. They are right in saying that they're an Indonesian, Thai, Asia Market etc. because everything that you ever want from South East Asia is right here.
Great food at competitive prices, if you love Japanese style rice and groceries this is the place for you. Well stocked Japanese grocery store - they have everything from bento boxes to Shiseido shampoo and conditioners. The staff members are really polite and helpful. The prices are okay, not cheap, but not outrageous. VISIT SITE
Although their groceries are a little expensive compare to others, but their products are all from Japan, and the skincare products are great. The bakery and cafe sells japanese pastries such as melon pan, strawberry shortcake, sugar toast, etc. Excellent selection of Japanese and other Asian products.They have a nice selection of sushi grade fish as well as a lot of other fresh seafood. They also had a magical wall of sauces - including every type of soy sauce, eel sauce, rice vinegar, or soup base you could ask for. VISIT SITE
This is a Japanese supermarket and deli combined. In the supermarket section, you have fresh grocery and packaged food ( think instant noodles, pockey , etc). Even though it is located in heat of Manhattan the prices are still in reasonable range compare to other Japanese supermarkets. Very cool little Japanese grocer market. In the front they have a large selection of prepared meals, both Japanese and Korean delicacies, rice balls, and sushi to go. VISIT SITE