February 26, 2011

Indian Grocery Store comparison (Hong Kong)

I know you must be looking for Indian Grocery Store details. Here are some points to be noted
Maharaja Store @
Chung King Mansion
  • Most of the Stores are in Tsim Sha Tsui either in Chungking Mansion or Mirador Mansion.
  • There is a store at Hung Hom, Tung Chung, Ap Lei Chau and Causeway bay.
  • Many stores are providing free home delivery subject to minimum order of HKD 200.
  • They also keep many Indian vegetables e.g. Methi, Karela etc.
  • Don't forget to check expiry date of items. 
  • Stores sells many items other than food item e.g. pressure cooker, hair oil, items for pooja, DVD etc.


Comparison 
In February 2011, we have check prices of certain grocery items. This may help you to compare price of various Indian stores at Hong Kong.
Indian Provision Store
Chung King Mansion


Store Name 
New Delhi Store
Maharaja store
Indian Store

Building 
Chungking
Mirador
Chungking
Amul Cheese
400 gm
28.50
32.00
28.00
Idly rice
1 kg
18.00
20.00
20.00
Paneer
200 gm
12.00
16.00
12.00
Shreekhand
500 gm
29.50
NA
28.00
Amul Butter
500 gm
35.00
35.00
32.00
Amul Milk
1 lt x 12
NA
130.00
125.00
Tata Salt
1 kg
NA
10.00
10.00
Wheat floor
5 kg
NA
50.00
55.00

Note:
  1. All prices are in HKD.
  2. Lower price is not always beneficial, quality and service are also important
  3. In coming days, we will provide price comparison of other stores also.
  4. Prices were confirmed over phone.
  5. We will also provide address and contact number of stores in coming days

4 comments:

  1. Hi! Thanks so much for your info. Would you mind telling me how I can get to that Indian provision store at Ap Lei Chau? I've been looking for one here in Hong Kong South, but with no success so far. :-(

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  2. cud u tell me the location of hung hom store? is it more expensive den chung king or mirador?

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  3. Just take care when buying stuff from indian provisions store,they have old n expire stock and also always they quote higher prices in bil.infact many times they calculate wrong and ask for more .so always ask price for each item and bill.

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  4. Hello, I really like your blog providing these useful information. I am a local so I can't read most package in Indian and even ask the shopkeepers for food detail when I shop for Indian grocery. So I prefer shops that are friendly and have a price tag on each items. Do u have any recommendation? Thank you.

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