October 2021 by bradley swiney
I like it !!
February 2021 by Arogant H.
business called the los angeles county sheriff's department on me and requested that sheriff deputies trespass me, and subject me to arrest if i returned. i had previously shopped at this small grocery store for close to three months, and have spent at least $ 400.00 in that time frame!
June 2020 by Anthony N.
Meh.... ive seen much better places , super expensive without the authenticity. No es bueno.
September 2018 by Adriana Garcia
August 2018 by Javier Trujillo
muy buen servicio y buena carne
July 2018 by JERRY ADAMS
The gorditas were great.
January 2018 by Jason T.
My Mom likes how the chicken tastes here. Prices are reasonable. Its clean and people are friendly. It's attached to a restaurant.
April 2017 by Gabriel Amaro
Nice local Hispanic market with a great meat selection and fresh vegetables
June 2015 by Patrick M.
Great little meat market , small grocery store in my hood . Super selection of fresh meats, nice selection of cheeses as well . Fresh salsa and Guacamole complete the variety . Super helpful employees always go the extra distance to help you with your selections . I remember once asking how they marinated a specific product and they showed me. I remember trying it out but it wasn't as good as theirs ! So all in all a solid 4 stars . What could be better about this place is it could be cleaner , could have more selection and even be bigger . However with all of that there would be more traffic , higher prices , and different people in charge . So I'm glad it's the small friendly , family oriented establishment that it is.
September 2013 by Robert G.
Best meat market ever. Has the best carne asada by far. There salsa and guacamole is amazing. The butchers that work there are really experianced. They also have a large produce selection. Accept CASH/ DEBIT/WIC/EBT. Stop by and see what im talking about, you wont be disappointed. If you prefer quality over quantity, this is your meat market.
January 2012 by Donna S.
This little tiny market is attached to La Paloma Restaurant and Panaderia (which I frequent A LOT). I wander in here often for the tortilla chips they sell. http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/kxQ2QZZ9NG5aG09Antr-SA?select=cnSfvuBrcPH_T1-z1YNO7g These are not the chips in La Paloma. These are in the little meat market and some of the best tasting store bought chips I can find. And after perusing the ingredients, I see why. Lard. No crappy hydrogenated oil (worse than lard) or rancid soy or canola oils (whats a canola?). Pick up some crema and salsa from the refrigerator case to dip these goodies in. And if you have time, pick up the avos, cilantro, onions, and chili to make some guac. And for a nice treat, I get some cocado to remind me of my childhood when I used to make this at home all the time. If you like coconut, you will like these. Like a sticky, sweet macaroon. http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/kxQ2QZZ9NG5aG09Antr-SA?select=OmQiLkJ_Uic81ny3Spy_Sg