Theyhave a large selection of vegetables and fruits outside (mostly bowls-full for £1) They also have a huge selection of spices, cans/jars full of interesting things, feta/ haloumi, baklava (although it is a little greasy) and a freezer stocked with wonders! It's also pretty cheap.
There is a wealth of products with many different styles of rice, spices, dairy products and fresh halal meats
Large Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi supermarket off Brick Lane. This is a fantastic supermarket for buying all you need to make awesome Curries - amongst other great Asian Dishes. Don't let the name fool you, Bangladeshi are not the only dishes you can produce, they also stock S.E.Asian Iigredients too! There is a frozen food counter and a butchery counter at the back of the store.
The sell a good range of groceries, household products and pulses. A retailer of fresh bangladeshi fruit & vegetables, fish, halal meat/chicken/lamb/beef, and all spices. VISIT SITE
If you're into cooking Indian/Bangladeshi/Pakistani dishes at home, this store has a full selection of ingredients for you. Taj stores is one of the nicer Bangladeshi markets in the area. They have a fantastic produce selection--much better than the local Tesco, and carry a variety of standard and exotic veg. They've also got halal meats. VISIT SITE
This shop is an excellent proprietor of halal goods. There is a wide selection of meats available to buy, and a reasonable selection of fruit and vegetable. Alongside the halal is a host of other ethnically traditional branded foods. You can get regular items like rice, juice and all manner of beans.
Halal Way has an assortment of veggies, a fresh meat counter, a dairy section, and other ethnic goods such as nuts, tahini, jams, breads.
This place has a great butcher. Meats are super fresh (and halal if you care). Mergez are among the best. Selection of fruits and vegetables is impressive.
The Turkish Food Centre is a large supermarket where you can find cheap imports form turkey, and other Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries. They have a large delicatessen where they have a large selection of olives, Halal meats and cheeses , and make their own Turkish bread on site too.
Thisis one of the few places in London where you can find freekeh, a roasted young green wheat. A range of products from all over the Mediterranean feature on the shelves, from Lebanon, Greece, Turkey and Italy. However, it’s the halal butcher that shines the most – the offal and own-made sausages are worth the trip alone.