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
They carry a standard selection of Chinese goods - dry products, frozen foodstuffs and some fresh vegetables and fruit. THe big attraction for this store is the pork buns sold outside this shop which are definitely top five for delicious fillings
A Spanish grocery store, that has all you might want. They have a fantastic selection of Manchego cheeses, and the decadent and delicious Nocilla, Spain's version of Nutella,. They also have magazines, and tapas, which you can eat there, and they are really yummy, it is a great place to get a taste of Spain in a low-key environment in London
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!
Holloway Road deli with café area. You will find there French cheeses, charcuterie and a realm of other countries delicacies. stock up your cupboards with the exciting array of products, from wine and cheese to charcuterie and olive oil. Visit Site
Combining a modern gourmet grocery store with a small cafe shop, Deli Beira is one of the most well designed portuguese places in North London.
Already a flagship store for those looking for frozen food or grosseries at good price. And you can also try a portufuese custard tart and a good espresso.
The stock a good range of traditional groceries and ingredients at this popular cafe/deli.
The Food Rooms reflects Brindisa’s mission over 25 years to highlight the tradition of cured, salted and seasoned foods: foods rooted in the traditions of Spain where generations of makers have acquired the skills to perfect these products.