19 Results for "Supermarket In San Francisco Ca"
Maybe the most marked up liquor store I've ever been to. A fifth of super discount whisky (ancient age) costs $29 here. Seriously could get lit cheaper at a giants game
It's really a liquor store with very few grocery items. Very expensive.
One of the best grocerie stores in the city. Nick is great!
I really like this store. Great selection, good quality, at good prices. If you drive there, parking in that area is a challenge. It's conveniently located near restaurants, banks, other stores, public library, and public transit ( SF Muni 7, 28, 29, and N lines)
Decent selection and super convenient location. Support your neighborhood, Mission people!
Great grocery store, lots of organic products. Bread, meat, vegetables, snacks and delicious prepared food.
Old SF market that evolved with the neighborhood into a high-end grocery. They have always had an incredible butcher and fish, always freshly cut and fish always fresh. Incredible service. Fresh cut flowers. The best produce. Parking lot in the back.
Gorgeous store! Amazing Butcher! I'd move to SF just to shop here. :)
I am very grateful for this store. The produce is very nicely priced. They have a wide selection of items and I have never been treated disrespectfully here.
Good costumer service and fantastic produce
As always, cozy but complete and full house of great organic and energetic employees.
Shopping for my fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and snacks at this Trader Joe's in San Francisco's Nob Hill area was awesome. The staff members were friendly and helpful and the selection was excellent. I was happy that I found this location while walking around the Nob Hill area of San Francisco and I would recommend this store.
Came here on a Saturday morning. Grocery selection looks good / on par with a small Whole Foods. The to-go drinks section is a nightmare. Took 20 minutes to get a drink. Orders came out randomly with little to no logic on the order when they were ordered. Plenty of cafes / juice places on Haight so I’d recommend somewhere else.
A favorite. Great wine, cheese, deli, veggies, organics, kombucha, fish, this place has everything.
I was impressed by the high quality of the produce at prices similar to Safeway. I bought beautiful Navel oranges at the same price Safeway charged but at a much higher quality where each fruit was picture perfect. I also picked up garden
Solid selection with both big brand names at Safeway prices and fancier options from before Safeway bought this particular Andronico's Community Markets. Well organized and clean store with a hot food section, bulk foods area, baked goods,
Awesome meat market but grocery store is high as all get out
Some products don't show the English translation. That's so irritating.
Bought a bag of Cuties oranges, more expensive than at Lucky's but checkout person was friendly and oranges were ripe.
One stop shop for everything you need to make any of your authentic Asian food favorites. From Salted Duck Eggs and Boba to Dragon Fruit and White Fungus.
super clean, well organized and one of the premier fruit and vegetable stores in this area. their buyer is highly selective when it comes to shopping for items to carry.
Best Asian grocery store in San Francisco. This place has it all. Or so says my Taiwanese fiance.
As I entered the market I was politely handed a number to hold my bag. Many items and a healthy place to buy foods.
Why didn’t they update how many brown sugar boba bars left in the store??
I was impressed by the freshness of the produce and the butcher section featuring high quality meats, fish, and poultry. Though not a large store there were good selections of most of your grocery needs in well laid out aisles. There is a
It's a crowded neighborhood market packed to the nooks and crannies with great produce, meats, seafood and much more. Don't forget free limited time parking in the back!
Store has cheap meat and produce but the quality is questionable sometimes. Caters mainly to Asians so if you're not you'll be an outsider for sure. Good thing is it's one of the only stores in the area open on Christmas day if you need something.
I go to this market for the great fresh seafood and produce. All of it is very reasonably priced, but the parking is limited.
I can find those special ingredients that even whole foods doesn't stock. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They have an amazing variety of products and the prices are much more reasonable that one would expect from a health-oriented market.
Forget everything you know about grocery shopping and learn the right way.This is the place where your zero waste experience begin. Everything is made to make this transition easy.
I go there to get some fresh fish, any kind. Fresh raw meat, also some vegetables and fruits. All the other regular groceries like the bread, can foods, milk ECT. Lil bit prices!.. really need to clean up their cart's, or fix it!!..
Great place to walk to and grab what I need for dinner. Had all the great trappings for an asian meal. I got pad thai, panang curry ingredients and fresh longanisa. One of the days they were deep cleaning the hot buffet so that's a plus already in my books. Only complaint is they didnt have bean sprouts.
I had the best experience with an employee named Sherman. Grocery stores are grocery stores, pretty much the same. It is the employees that make the difference. They didn't have all of what I wanted. Sherman tried to get us a discounted
Like the self checkout convenience. Plenty of parking in the underground garage. My ATM next door. Prices very similar to the other major supermarket. Selection ok. Workers great.
A little pricy, but everything you could ask for from your local market. Great selections, fresh produce, great wines, cheese and booze, too.
Lovely neighborhood supermarket featuring a lovely deli case with some prepared foods as well karma boutique local products and a fine selection of produce. I much prefer shopping here then going to the Safeway. Support your local businesses.
Great collection. Sadly labels are not in English, and the people there either can't speak English and those who did didn't know the English names of stuff like fish.
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