It has everything you need to stock up for Chinese cooking, including fresh sea food and vegetables, and the obligatory tins and dried goods. The range of goods is about the same as you find in Chinatown. There are grocery items, a good frozen food section and cookery equipment as well as fresh foods. However, the jewel in the crown is an impressive fish and seafood counter.
This branch of the Asian supermarket is tucked away in a business park area in Greenwich, but if you take the time to go, you'll be rewarded with a huge range of produce. The place is clean, the veggies fresh and there is a fish/seafood counter. There are enough Japanese products like nori, instant dashi powder, sushi soy, ready prepared wasabi, mirin etc for those who want to make a simple Japanese meal. An oustanding selection of products in their freezer and cold cabinets. Also a huge array of fresh produce. VISIT SITE
The whole business is a mixture. Outside, they have fast food stalls set up to offer pre-packaged Korean food. Venture in a little further into the shop itself and you have Korean foodstuffs - fresh meat on one side and grocery items on the other. Venture in a bit further and there's a proper sit down restaurant.This place isn't as comprehensive as the nearby Hana supermarket near Goodge St. But what they do have is pretty good, and the pork mandu (Korean dumplings) are amazing!
They have amazing fresh fruits and vegetables, sweets, meat, plenty of diverse drinks from all around the world and all you possible need to cook any speciality: spices, pastas, legumes and so on.
This market has a Vietnamese/Indonesian base, but with plenty of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese staples as well. Small fresh food section, but lots of frozen goodies! They source products directly from North, Central and South of Vietnam, as well as other Far East countries, including China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines.' VISIT SITE
Once you step inside Luigi's you feel like you're in a shop in the middle of Italy. Everything and anything you're looking for Italian will be here. The smells in the store are to die for and you'll want to eat everything in sight. They have ready made food you can buy, pastas, sauces, cheeses, olive oils, meats, etc. A small local Italian shop where you can find a great selection of typical italian deli products. The shop is quite small but offers a great selection of products. They even have some freshly prepared sauces,
A small but popular deli with lots of sausages, cold meats and cheeses.
This small store stocks a good basic range of Greek groceries and alcohol (on the very tops of shelves).
In addition to the fruit and veg, the shop has a good selection of Turkish, Cypriot and Greek fresh produce, cheeses, Turkish sausages etc. There is an olive counter at the back, and an onsite bakery which periodically wheels metal stacks of freshly baked bread into the shop. There's an aisle of various pulses and grains, and a range of international tinned goods, juices etc.
This is a smallish shop, but it's got a nice selection of goods from different parts of Asia. Lots of dried noodles like ramen, soba, and dangmyeon, sauces, oils, and frozen foods. Not so much fresh stuff, but just inside the front door to the right is a case with some fresh things like spring onions, duck eggs, and kimchi.