This gleaming kosher supermarket is a windfall for frum (observant) and secular foodies alike. A massive display of smoked fish is the first distraction. Joining the standard sturgeon and salmon are dried sprats ($5.99 per pound), typically eaten as a salty beer snack. Ask nicely and the clerk will (begrudgingly) show you how to tear off the head, squeeze out the guts and gnaw at the dismembered—and delicious!—carcass. In the back, you’ll find barrels of pickled goodies, like whole herrings ($2.99 each) and hot-pink heads of cabbage ($1.99 per pound).
|Venue name:||R&M Glatt Supermarket||Contact:|
63-64 108th St
|Cross street:||between 63rd Dr and 64th Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 8am–10pm, Fri 8am–2pm, Sun 8am–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: R to 63rd Dr–Rego Park, 67th Ave|
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