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Best Indian Bazaar San Francisco 2006 - New India Bazaar

New India Bazaar

New India Bazaar

1107 Polk

San Francisco, CA 94109

415-928-4553

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Every square foot of this friendly, fragrant grocery store is packed with the makings for your next Indian banquet. Dried rajma, moong, chandal and masoor beans, bulk cardamom, coriander and other essential spices, and huge sacks of basmati rice, both raw and puffed, adjoin cans and jars of coconut milk, ghee, preserved mango and papaya, and a wide array of chutneys. Several shelves are dedicated to the preparation of masala, pakora, vadai, and kulfi, not to mention tea, and among the refrigerated items are frozen snacks and desserts, yogurt ideal for raitas and tandooris, and gorgeously tinted, exceptionally sweet Bengali candies made from paneer and pistachios. In addition, the helpful staff can suggest appropriate dinnertime tunes (there's a fine selection of Indian CDs) and post-meal entertainment (check out the Indian spy thrillers and love stories on DVD). Newspapers, magazines, incense, and soaps and beauty products from the old country are also available for the worldly and the homesick alike.
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whats my house worth
whats my house worth

Incense is perhaps to most natural way to provide scent for your home or workspace. Unlike the kind of commercial air fresheners you might find in a grocery store that contain cancer causing chemicals, good quality incense is completely natural. Not only is this healthier, but it gives off a much more pleasing scent.

Deep
Deep

I stayed in SF for 10 years I always had pleasure of shoping @ New India Bazaar. They always very nice and friendly. I never had food with expired dated. I always have fresh food. Today also whenever we go to SF we do our grocery shoping from New India Bazaar since we don't have any Indian store in King City. Inspit other indian family also in King City started doing shoping there because of the service and quaility of food. In SF everything is expensive what is cheap in SF. Rent, Insurance, Parking you have add up everything to before you price the item.All Store in SF is more expensive than Fremont. So please always think before you point fingure to someone.Thanks

martin
martin

very expensive store, rude customer service,manycan food,drinks,snacks is already expired,i never visit again.........rip off..martin brooks

Rich
Rich

I noticed that that the tea I just purchased at the Indian Bazaar has an expiration date of August 2005. It is now 2008! I don't care if the owner is rude. But I do care about the legality of the merchandise.It's true, this place is a major RIP-OFF!

Sahana Patel
Sahana Patel

New India Bazaar is a big rip off and the owner is the rudest indian I have come across. No customer service , no smile no welcome and no thankyou is all New India Bazaar on POlk Street is all about.

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