Food shopping in Calgary
Just saw the topic and would like to know about some of the ethnic shop and Bakeries in Calgary. I am new in the city and have not had much of chance to look around yet. I have been to Gunters Bakery on 17th SE and found the rye breads amazing. Any other shops anyone can think of to try here??
Do a search on calgary +shopping
try these links for a start
when in Calgary I like
Indian & pakistani
A-1 Spice & Movie Centre - 403-285-2446
96-55 Castleridge Boulevard NE , Calgary , AB T3J 3J8
Apna Punjab Grocerices & Movies - 403-590-1676
300-5075 Falconridge Boulevard NE , Calgary , AB T3J 3K
Bangla Bazaar - 403-590-6625
125-4851 Westwinds Drive NE , Calgary , AB T3J 4L4
Kalamata Grocery Store - 403-244-0220
1421 11 Street SW , Calgary , AB T2R 1G7
Sunterra Market - 403-266-3049
1851 Sirocco Drive SW , Calgary , AB T3H 4R5
Sunterra Market - 403-287-0553
Elbow Dr & 49 av SW , Calgary , AB T2S 1G8
T&T Asian Supermarket
Lina's Italian Market
The Cookbook Company
Manuel Latruwe Bakery
A-1 Spice for Indian ingredients
Costco - for produce, quail eggs
Co-op on 12 Ave SW
Bite Groceteria in Inglewood
Real Canadian Wholesale Club for buying in bulk and packaging containers
I've mentioned this before but here goes again. It's so easy to make paneer and it tastes better!
Warm 1 liter of whole milk with 1 Tb of unflavored yogurt, add the juice of half a lemon, stir till completely separated then strain the solids, shape them into a ball or a disc and refrigerate.
La Tiendona Market
1836 36 Street SE, Calgary, AB T2B 0X6
Before Red Deer got its own mexican stores La Tiendona Market was
my go to store for Mexican/Central/South American supplies I
haven't been their for years but a search sill turns up the name
and address so it still should be open.
#3,7640 Fairmount Dr. S.E.
good selection of spices,Mixes,sauces etc
I hope they're still open,I haven't been there in 3-4 years as
the spice stores in N.E. are more convenient fo me
I am new also to Calgary and visit this site often. I have checked out recently La Tiendona Market, and another market I have not seen mentioned here before. Unimarket. La Tiendona had all the familiar Mexican, Central American and some South American food, condiments and drinks I have grown to know and love coming from Houston. Unimarket, which is owned by 6 Columbians I learned, has two locations one is at 510 - 77 Ave. S.E. Heritage Market off Blackfoot and a second location at 2405 Edmonton Trail N.E. Unimarket has some of my favorites such as passion fruit, mango, guava and berry pure fruit pulps in their refrigeration and freezers. They also carry the Las Tortillas' tortillas.
There is also The italian Supermarket at 265 20 Ave. N.E.. i counted over 35 Balsamic Vinegars, one that was even $25 cheaper than one I saw at Mercato. This market has products from Southern Europe as well as some Middle Eastern.
Lina's has great coffee and if you are looking for wonderful varity in white serving platers and misc. dishes. This is better than W&S for these type of items, much better prices.
Each store has something to bring to the table for every budget.