How can I describe this place? It's Kosher heaven, basically. Kosher meats, kosher breads, kosher pizza crusts, kosher crescent rolls. It has prepared foods that we normally can't buy because of fear of pork by-products.
My husband describes it as the healthy junk-food store. They have all kinds of treats that are organic, healthy or Kosher too. Like, chocolate covered pretzels, pork free chicken sausage, etc.
They don't have a butcher in house and the store is tiny.
So, after walking through there 3 times really slowly and deliberately, I think we could find a few things there for the monthly shopping list. But it's definitely not a regular destination.
My favorite find so far?
Since my child has never had peanut butter, I thought this would be a fun treat. We've tried it on graham crackers and she likes it. It's expensive, and needs to stay refrigerated but it's a cool occasional item.
So I'd give it a "thumbs up'' for variety and selection of permissible foods for Muslim's. I'd give the produce section a "thumbs down'' and the meat section only gets a ''thumbs up'' because of the Kosher brand of meat.
Now, what I'm really waiting on is Costco! I was sad to leave my Costco behind when we left Chicago.