After opening their first store in Anaheim in 1993, the grocery gurus behind Super King Markets noticed the globe-spanning diversity of their customer base. This keen insight led them to stock shelves with brands from across the world and around the corner, a policy which helped them win LA Weekly's Best Ethnic Deli Counter of 2009, Best Place to Buy Nutella of 2010, and Best Palace of Cheap Produce of 2011. Now expanded to five locations, the store still fills each outpost with fruits and vegetables, quality meats and private-label seafood, and an assortment of shells in the mixed-nut bar. Staff members behind the service deli weigh imported salamis, caviar, and cheeses for their upcoming high-school wrestling matches, and clerks in the liquor aisle dole out advice on each spirited beverages. Additionally, the Los Angeles, Altadena, and Claremont locations invite shoppers to linger longer with an expansive fresh bakery.
A flavorful restaurant, Aladin Sweets and Market serves spicy Indian fare.
Plan to indulge a bit at Aladin Sweets and Market, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare.
Tots and tykes will be right at home at Aladin Sweets and Market with its kid-approved food and ambience.
Need room for one more? Add another to your party — Aladin Sweets and Market is great for large groups.
Wifi is on the house at Aladin Sweets and Market, so you can stay connected on your mobile device.
Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Aladin Sweets and Market, known for its laid-back ambience.
Getting your food to go is also an option.
Throwing a big party? Count on Aladin Sweets and Market to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love.
Street parking is available, or, on busy nights, a nearby lot is another option for drivers.
You'll find your bill at Aladin Sweets and Market to be more than reasonable, with most meals costing less than $15.
You can pay with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express or any major credit card.
Aladin Sweets and Market offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
Juicy tidbits of chocolate-dunked fruit arrive on the doorsteps of family and friends, done up in colorful bouquets and candy boxes by the skilled fruit arrangers at Edible Arrangements' more than 1,100 franchises worldwide. The company's in-house chocolatiers drizzle albion strawberries and daisy pineapples in a trio of chocolate flavors. Once properly chocolated, the workers organize the preservative-free sweets into lush arrangements that resemble flowers in bloom. Customers can choose to plop their bouquets in a variety of vessels, including vases, mugs, and sports- or holiday-themed containers that add a personal touch to the edible gifts. Alternatively, customers can opt to adorn gifts with the cheery, red lids of candy boxes, nestling 12 chocolate-dipped morsels inside to build anticipation and determine if loved ones have x-ray vision as they guess whether fruit will come dusted in shredded coconut or drizzled in white chocolate.
The kitchen staff at Got Kosher? sidestep preservatives when making their daily yield of international kosher cuisine that includes French, Moroccan, and Tunisian dishes. Under the watchful eye of the onsite mashgiach, they prepare pulled beef brisket, Tunisian couscous, rotisserie chicken, Neshama gourmet kosher chicken, and turkey sausages served on pretzel rolls. Their flavorful fare has caught the attention of LA Weekly's Linda Burum, who calls the brik a l'oeuf?a deep-fried crepe folded over egg, capers, and tuna?"one of the world's great feats of culinary alchemy." In addition to a full slate of Ashkenazi and Sephardic dishes and a well-stocked deli case, Got Kosher? dispatches its full-service caterers to serve meals and resolve family feuds during weddings and special events.
Locali, which means “community” in Italian, is dedicated to their mantra of serving fast, casual food with a conscious, and offering sustainably-sourced artisan products for everyone to enjoy. Part gourmet deli, part take out café, Locali is frequented by hip Hollywood Hills types who lean towards organic, vegetarian and GMO-free food, though anyone is welcome inside. A few tables and benches line the sidewalk out front, where folks sit to soak up the sunshine while sipping organic lattes or noshing on sandwiches made with artisanal vegan breads. Arugula, spinach, kale or quinoa salads are made fresh, and there are plenty of grab n’ go items, from sandwiches and wraps to lush vegan cupcakes and coconut ice cream. To drink, find organic coffees and teas, a variety of kombucha, biodynamic wines and local craft beers.
The chefs at Los Cinco Puntos strive to correct the Americanized image of ground-beef tacos by marinating, braising, and frying a trove of traditional Mexican meats. Sizzling carne asada, spiced carnitas, and lengua, just to name a few, play starring roles in the eatery's authentic menu and get executive-producer credits for each movie made about the restaurant's quesadillas. Chefs roll these meaty specialties into burritos, layer them atop fluffy buns for their special tortas, or twist them in fried tortillas for perfectly crispy flautas. They also create tamales by the dozen, filling the husk-wrapped treats with a similar array of succulent meats.