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.
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.
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.