Indian Grocery Store in the Mission
Indian Spices and Groceries is an Indian Grocery Store in the Mission District
of San Francisco. Stop in for our huge selection of frozen and prepared
Indian, Pakistani and Nepali foods, spices and more.
Welcome to our Indian, Nepali and Pakistani Grocery Store in the Mission District. This is where the San Francisco Bay Area shops from our huge selection of frozen and prepared groceries, foods, spices, cosmetics and so much more.
Opened in 2019, Indian Spices and Groceries is the premier healthy organic Indian Grocery in the city of San Francisco. You can rely on us for all your South Asian groceries.
Come get special ingredients for Indian meals. Provoke your palate with our kaleidoscope of flavors, textures and spices.
Fresh, organic, delicious! We sell many organic items and a wide assortment of gluten-free flour. If you like Indian Street Food come visit us and pick up all you need to make them yourself, be it a dosa or Idli or any other “chaat” snack or meal.
We sell many frozen and prepared Indian foods, imported from India’s most renowned food producers. Come browse our exceptional selection and take home some new treats. Organic, gluten-free, Non-GMO, we have it all.
- Frozen Indian groceries
- Fresh produce
- Frozen fish
- Frozen Indian dinners
- Prepared Indian groceries
- Organic Indian spices and authentic
- South Indian Spice Mixes
- Idli South Indian breakfast cake
- Dosas and Dosa ingredients
- South Indian Snacks and Delicacies
- Lotus Organic Ghee (clarified butter)
- Sambar lentil-based dish
- Fijian groceries including Fijian Spice Mixes
It is safe to say we sell just about any Indian or South Asian food ingredient. Come to Indian Spices and Groceries in the Mission District to buy your Indian groceries. Our Indian grocery store hours are listed below. We are located at 3265 22nd St between Mission St and Valencia St.
Eating together with those we love, eating nutritious food that has been prepared with love – this can nourish our inner needs, as well as our bodies. Taking time at
meals to talk to each other and enjoy the meal as a shared sacrament is
rare today. We need to slow down, take time to prepare nutritious
meals and rearrange our schedules so that we can be together.”
Proper Indian cooking uses spices not just for good taste, but for
their inherent health benefits and to balance the diet.
Surinder “Pal” Sroa, Lotus Family of Restaurants
3265 22nd St
San Francisco, CA 94110
Tuesday to Sunday: 11 AM – 8 PM