They stock a good range of Indonesian groceries and spices,
One of best Asian markets in L.A. spot to get some great-fresh ingredients for home asian cooking. They have tons of selection of Asian and Southeast Asian ingredients and even Pacific Islander products They have every kind of curry paste, vegetarian mock meats, jackfruit, tons of great stuff. Stock up on Asian ingredients (kaffir lime leaves, fish sauce, soy and light soy sauce, lemongrass, thai basil, galangal, ginger, coconut milk and juice, palm sugar, tamarind paste, bonito flakes, and different types of noodles).
Small little mini Southeast Asia Food Mart. Mainly Indonesian Food, spices, and snacks that are imported Lots of selection of lunch box,instant noodle,snacks,desserts of indonesia(usually on saturday-sunday).
This is a great family run grocery store - heavy on Asian items, good cheap produce, and butcher shop. They have all the ingredients and produce you'll need to make Asian meals including Malaysian, Indonesian, Vietnameseand Chinese dishes and more. This grocery warehouse market rocks have star fruit -jujubes, mangos-durian and hundreds of different types of canned fruit. Huge selection with incredible and hard to find vegetables and cuts of meat.
If you long for any authentic goods from The Netherlands, especially food-related, then the Holland Pastry Shop is for you. Don't let the word "pastry" throw you; this is more market than bakery. This shop occupies three store fronts. The main store, which resembles a mini-mart, is jammed packed with all sorts of Dutch and Indonesian goodies, The central store is where the activity occurs. This is where the oven is located to bake their delicious cookies and pastries. VISIT SITE
The prices for their produce, fruits and meats are very cheap. The produce isle has a variety of different vegetables which is just laid out in stacks to your picking. Bok choy, green onions, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage. The meat section is a active butcher shop. The butchers are always cutting or chopping something.
Although their inventory is small, they carry your everyday South East Asian staple foods--new crop, old crop and sticky rice and stick noodles--both fresh and dry packaged. In the back of the store, there is fresh meat counter and an attendant who will cut or ground to order, frozen foods section and shelf stable meats, like chinese sausage, cambodian fermented sausage, and ballut or duck eggs.