A Lebanese supermarket with a sizable deli counter, a fantastic bakery and an ample cake selection The store has a great selection of Turkish and Middle Eastern like foods, The sweet section is outstanding.
An Aladdin's cave of flavours, you'll find rose buds, spices, herbs and some unusual ingredients that you won't get anywhere else in the city. It's pricey, but that's what you have to pay to get this kind of selection. VISIT SITE
This little Japanese grocery store is very dear to me: it's always well-stocked, many of the products are actually cheaper than in the nearby Chinatown and most importantly...it's clean! This small Japanese supermarket with a small deli area serves bento boxes and snacks for takeaway or to eat in on the small wooden counter in the window.
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.
A good range of traditional groceries from Brazil and other South American countries.
Good selection of basic Asian staples. Natural Natural has a nice little selection of Asian and other produce, particularly some harder-to-find items like daikon and baby eggplant, and also fresh lemongrass, a variety of chillies, shiso and holy basil. Inside the store is mostly japanese products, but with a small selection of Korean, Chinese, and Thai items.
They carry Chinese, Korean, Thai, etc. There's a huge selection of those famously creative Asian beverages, fresh produce, baked goods, freshly prepared sushi (they deliver for free), frozen foods, sauces, and packaged snackfoods. Great selection for a relatively small grocery store.
A cute little Japanese grocery store. It pretty much exclusively sells Japanese goods along with the occasional Chinese or Korean item that is popular in Japan.
Think of Ikea, but on steroids. This establishment serves both as a sit-down restaurant, coffee bar, and a mini grocery store that specializes in Scandinavian consumables. You have your option of dining in, taking out, or just browsing their interesting grocery selection. VISIT SITE
Seoul Plaza is where you can find most of the ingredients you need for when you're about to embark on a Chinese/Japanese/Korean cooking adventure.