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Dish Factory

WHY Sixty thousand square feet of china, glassware and new and refurbished heavy-duty cooking gear, all at unbeatable prices. WHAT This restaurant-supply warehouse is open to the public, and it’s developed a loyal following for its dishware and flatware—firsts and seconds, all at great prices. Also notable is the very good glassware at 35 to [...]

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Holland American Market

WHY Come for the wooden shoes, stay for the sambal oelek. WHAT You could come here for the Dutch groceries (cheeses, herrings, pastries) that the name promises, but the bigger draw for many shoppers is the enormous stock of Indonesian foods. Bumbus (spice bases for curries) and chile-based sambals are on display, along with other [...]

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Koreatown Galleria Market

WHY Paradise for Korean food-lovers and cooks, right in the middle of a glitzy shopping mall. While you’re in the mall, check out Ho Won Dang, which sells special-occasion cookies. Try the tiny yellow cookies (their color comes from pine tree pollen) and the crisp, fried cookies coated with crushed pine nuts. WHAT It’s worth [...]

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Bombay Spiceland

WHY Think of it as the Dal House—the variety of beans and lentils is extraordinary. WHAT For a no-frills, warehouse-style Indian grocery store, Bombay Spiceland is amazingly well stocked. Whether you’re looking for turmeric root, medicinal neem leaves, Bollywood’s latest video rental or a phenomenal selection of dals, the beans and lentils central to Indian [...]

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Selam Market

WHY Neophytes can get a taste of the authentic Ethiopian culinary experience, and seasoned cooks can find exactly what they need (including three kinds of cardamom and green coffee). WHAT The meats are cut specifically for Ethiopian dishes, and the spice blends—including berberé, awazé and Nit’kr k’ibé spiced butter—are made in-house. Also on offer in [...]

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Liborio Market

WHY The most wondrous array of Latin American foods: Brazilian manioc meal, dried Peruvian potatoes, Guatemalan mashed black beans, the Salvadoran coffee cake called quesadilla, squishy-sweet ripe plantains, Mexican chorizos and marinated meat and, during the holidays, great tamales from many regions. WHAT This pan-Latin market draws cooks and enthusiastic eaters looking for ingredients for [...]

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Koreatown Plaza Market

WHY An extraordinary variety of mild and spicy panchan—those small, flavorful side dishes at the heart of a Korean meal—plus validated parking. WHAT This contemporary market in a Euro-chic shopping mall features an impressive array of Korean prepared foods, notably panchan, including marinated crab, pickled baby cucumbers, spicy squid strips and garlic stem salad. Other [...]

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Jons Marketplace

WHY The cheapest pita in town, a dizzying selection of Eastern European sausages and meats, fresh Middle Eastern cheeses and giant tubs of yogurt, as well as imported jams, candies and spices. The merchandise varies by the density of the ethnic groups in the area. WHAT This small chain specializes in ethnic groceries, primarily Middle [...]

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India Sweets & Spices

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WHY The large selection of rice, teas, frozen items and all the ingredients to make a world-class curry from scratch. WHAT Take a trip to India by way of Los Feliz or Canoga Park, exploring the rows of unusual chutneys and well-priced spices, then noshing at the popular vegetarian cafeteria—it’s known for its house-made sweets, [...]

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Froma on Melrose

WHY It’s one of the very few places in town to get the extraordinary (and expensive) jamón ibérico de bellota. WHAT This small, quality shop stocks top-tier products to assemble a luxe Hollywood Bowl picnic or pick up delicious sandwiches. The high-end charcuterie includes the famous La Quercia domestic prosciutto, chorizo, bresaola and soppressata. You’ll [...]

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