8 months ago
This location used to be a Metro, they didn’t have nearly the same amount of customers back then. Overall this is a great grocery store with a lot of Middle eastern foods! They’re marinated meats are a bit pricey but good (FYI they don’t put any salt in their marinated meats so you can add to taste before cooking/grilling) It’s a good place to shop for dates, they have a decent variety. Frozen foods section has a hood variety of samosas, sausages, pastries etc… The hot foods section is amazing. They make one of the beet shawarma sandwiches in town at one of the cheapest price. And lastly this is the only place I know of that stocks my favourite coffee grind.
a year ago
the meat section is well stocked and the staff is super helpful. its good value for money. they ran out of items on sale and it was not restocked so thats a bummer. they carry flake and twirl chocolate packs on sale most of the time. place could use a facelift in terms of fixtures etc. looked a lil jam packed but they have a huge variety.
a year ago
We traveled one hour to Adonis and let me tell you we were NOT disappointed, one of the best grocery store in Mississauga hands 🙌 down, we usually have to stop in to couple Arabic stores to get what we need from pita bread 🍞 to lam meat 🍖, and the sweet 😋 S, man this store has it all, I felt like a kid in a candy 🍬 store. Check it out! You'll ❤ it.
a year ago
Adonis Supermarket A Review by Hassan Hawash Our family friend raved about this supermarket stating ‘they have everything’. It would be fair to say ‘they have everything’ is Adonis’ calling card. The first few steps walking into this emporium your eyes are practically overwhelmed with visual stimulation in high definition. That’s how vibrant the colours of the fresh produce section are, a veritable farmer’s market resplendent with a great selection full of choice fruit, vegetables and herbs you would expect to see especially in the Middle East. On this initial visit, I was full of expectation and Adonis did not disappoint. The object of my visit there was the fresh meat section over at the butcher. My oh my, weren’t we happy to see one of our favorites and in abundance too. There they were, duck! At many a Middle Eastern grocer we haven’t been able to find duck, but there they were and, of course, we plucked one off the shelf to have that same sit down meal of duck, duck soup and the rice taking us back to those days in Alexandria. We also found sausages, the kind we were so used to back in the bride of the Mediterranean at breakfast time. These ones meet and even exceeded our expectations, good sized tinged with a little spice just like how our children love ‘em. Of course, there are regular pick ups like chicken breasts and minced meat. On another visit, we must try the liver. Oh how we loved our liver sandwiches fried up with onions, spices and garden peppers. Like any parent, we are always on the look out for snacks and treats for the kids. The deli section provided a couple of answers in the form of roumy cheese, the aged variety, in particular, and basterma, a very important staple at breakfast time with eggs. Oh how the kids love that! Both are consistently penciled in on the breakfast menu. Moving over to the bakery area, all kinds of finds were waiting to be discovered including kibbe, fried cheese rolls, cheese topped buns, long either cheese or zaatar filled rolls amongst other can’t miss selections. My diet conscious daughter was very happy with the salads we brought home including couscous and quinoa. If you are feeling a little puckish while doing your grocery shopping and your stomach is grumbling a little more than you can handle, you are in luck. On hand is a mini cafeteria, a grill where you can order such notable healthy fast food faves as shawarms, shish tawouk, falafel and kofta wraps and so many more. To finish off your meal, you can tuck into some great delicious treats such as baklawa which we, of course, we did. Adonis is truly a treasure trove of finds. I’m sure you’ll be in a state of wonder at will turn up there.
12 months ago
Their staff serving hot meals from the kitchen must be reported for their bad behaviour. The boys and girls in that area want to talk about their lives this is y third time being served by them and I must stay they have no courtesy and they don't want to do their job. They took 15 minutes to serve me and then I saw at least 5-6 customers walk by who were waiting because the boys and girls cant stop high school musical in the store. The manager is never to be found when asked. I have tried calling the store but really the management must be reported to the Ministry and surveillance cameras in the store will be the proof as to how slow the customer service in this area of the store is. There were 5 people working but not one serving us. They don't even consider ticket numbers want the customers take on to line but they don't update their numbers. The salad quality so bad. It was smelling so bad. I had ordered a shawarma box with rice potato salad with fish and kababs. Their kitchen must be inspected too.
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