What Does Chinese Supermarket in London Sells? [Travel Vlog 91] 伦敦中国超市卖什么?

Hello everyone, with the increasing number of Chinese people migrating to London, the city has seen a rise in Chinese supermarkets. Today, I’d like to share my visit to one of these supermarkets called Tian Tian Market.

Tian Tian Market offers a diverse selection of premium, niche groceries, as well as traditional and trendy street food from over 25 Asian countries, including China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, and more. They boast an impressive collection of over 10,000 food, drink, and lifestyle products.

This supermarket has expanded its presence to 9 areas in London, including Canary Wharf, Caning, Aldgate, Ealing, and more. As I entered the store, I noticed a large rack displaying various types of sauces, some familiar and others new to me. Additionally, they had small packs of rice, around 1-2kgs each, for sale.

I also found a wide variety of Asian food pastes, with more than 30 types available, such as Tomyam, curry chicken, hot & sour soups, fried rice, Assam Pedas, Fish Curry Chicken, and many others. There were even more paste varieties that I wasn’t familiar with. The frozen foods section offered sliced meats, ready-to-cook meals, and onigiri.

To my delight, I stumbled upon my favorite Hai Di Lao paste and even spotted the hotspots mala soup paste, which is commonly enjoyed in Chinese Mala Hotpot restaurants. Now, it’s possible to cook these dishes at home too.

Surprisingly, the supermarket also sells vegetables in another corner of the market. They had a wide selection of dry noodles and Mee Hoon available for purchase. As I explored further, I came across the noodles area, where they offered an extensive range of instant noodles to cater to different tastes and preferences.

Among my favorites were the Ramen noodles, and I was happy to see our local Maggie instant noodles brand available for sale. I even found my beloved Hup Seng crackers brand in stock.

Lastly, I discovered an even larger pack of rice, perfect for households—the 5-10kgs rice pack. Additionally, there was a row of refrigerators storing food items like ice creams and ready-to-cook meals.

Overall, my visit to Tian Tian Market was a delightful experience with its vast array of Asian products, making it a fantastic destination for anyone looking to explore and enjoy diverse cuisines from the region.

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