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Taj Mahal Imports posted on 10/22/2008
Best in Atlanta
International Farmers Market recently closed down, so i was on the hunt, and stumbled upon this place. Great value for money!
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Publix Super Markets Store posted on 9/17/2008
The smaller Publix
This one is closer home, but slightly barebones in terms of stocks. They always have some useful discount on, though, which makes it unbeatable for its proximity.
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Kroger posted on 9/17/2008
Better range of vegetables
Kroger, at first glance, looks like a store that sells primarily vegetables. They seem to have a larger range of vegetables than Walmart. And good quality too. If you want that particular type of pepper, this is the place to go. Chances are, you will get it. With the discount card, things get cheap too.
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Publix Super Markets posted on 9/17/2008
The better Publix
Compared to the two other Publix stores downtown, this one is much better, sizewise it looks like a Walmart. The service here is excellent too.
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Patel Bros posted on 9/16/2008
Great store that is too far away from Midtown
Like the subject says, it will cater to all your needs, with a miniature medicine section, too. There are indian spices for all price ranges, and the frozen food section here is excellent. A little less range of vegetables, but that is alright. The only offset is its distance and inaccessibility for anyone who does not own a car.
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Baps Temple posted on 9/16/2008
A fine example of Indian Architecture
When we had gone there on a group trip, the temple authorities welcomed us, literally with open arms, and gave us all sorts of information on how the temple was built, its significance, and even a guided tour. Needless to say, the experience of worship was well augmented.
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Domino's Pizza posted on 9/16/2008
Good.
Cost wise, this is almost similar to Papa Johns, but the pizza quality is slightly bad. The good thing is that I didnt have too many problems with delivery.
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Global Groceries Inc posted on 9/16/2008
Convenient but only if you own a car
I've been looking for ages for a grocery store that sells Indian goods, and inevitably I end up here. It is not the closest to Midtown Atlanta, but with a mall in its vicinity, there is scope for hanging out after shopping. The store is not the biggest, per se, but it suffices. Prices are slightly on the higher side, but the store owner is co-operative.
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International Farmers Market posted on 9/16/2008
Better for cheap groceries
The first thing you smell here is fish. Oddly, they place the fish almost at the main entrance. If you dont find that smell offensive, that is alright, though. Hygiene is on the slightly lower side, and the place isnt a Walmart or a Publix. But if you are looking for cheap food, especially groceries for an entire month, this place beats everything else hands down.
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Papa John's Pizza posted on 9/16/2008
Best Pizza
The best pizza is the one that tastes good. Papa Johns does it just right; with competitors falling short by miles.
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