Gourmet Shop
Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn
86 Tips and reviews
  • hummus
  • great middle eastern
  • candy
  • coffee
  • spanakopita
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  • Luc D.
    Luc DoanMay 11
    Awesome cheese selection with offerings comparable to whole foods but at a lower price
  • Pia F.
    Homemade humus and tsatziki are amazing!
  • Kristina R.
    Come to buy in bulk. Get the medjool dates, dried mango, olives, and feta cheese. Homemade hummus is special too!!!
  • TasteBook
    TasteBookFebruary 17
    For tips on how to buy, store, and use your favorite spices, read The Indian Family Kitchen. Read more
  • David B.
    David BlackmanFebruary 3
    You should buy all your spices, nuts, olives, cheeses and middle eastern specialties here. Pretty good fresh baked bread too. Closed Sundays.
  • Charlotte S.
    Charlotte ScarfDecember 22, 2015
    I cannot think of a middle eastern ingredient I could ever want that is not here. Wonderful!
  • Maria M.
    Maria MontesanoNovember 21, 2015
    I'm obsessed! Amazing authentic hummus, devine spanikopita and delicious handmade chocolates, all affordable too! They have a great selection of bulk items and hard to find spices. The best!!!
  • Fodor's Travel
    Fodor's TravelSeptember 9, 2015
    Bins and jars and barrels hold everything from nuts, dried fruit, olives, and pickled vegetables to cheeses, chocolate, candy, those intoxicating coffees, and all manner of spices. Read more
  • Mark T.
    Mark TannoJuly 17, 2015
    Hands down the best Middle Eastern shop on Atlantic Ave. Really great for cheeses, olives and nuts. Make sure to check out the hot bar in back.
  • Kappie F.
    Kappie FarringtonJune 30, 2015
    Buy delicious Mediterranean food in bulk. Their prepared foods are also fantastic. I recommend the spanakopita and curried chick peas.
  • cary s.
    cary sMarch 31, 2015
    They have everything. Lots of different olives. Chocolate covered everything. Awesome snacks.
  • Daniel S.
    Daniel SalinasFebruary 28, 2015
    Come here to buy all of your spices! If you aren't buying spices at Sahadi's you are probably paying 10x more than you should and getting worse quality to boot.
  • Luke
    LukeFebruary 1, 2015
    The best prices for things you genuinely won't find anywhere else and favorites you already love. Spinach pies mmm
  • 陳雄暉 弟.
    陳雄暉 弟兄December 22, 2014
    A wide variety of dried goods, spices, and nuts to choose from, although the tougher choice is deciding whether this place is Mediterranean or Middle Eastern.
  • etta y.
    etta yDecember 18, 2014
    Nicest service ever, and they have everything you'd need.
  • Daniel B.
    Daniel BarnettOctober 21, 2014
    The Mediterranean import store everyone needs in their neighborhood, except this one is particularly good. Their hummus is probably the best thing to get here.
  • Anne A.
    Anne AretzSeptember 3, 2014
    Go early on the weekends. The place for middle eastern spices.
  • Steve C.
    Steve ColemanAugust 22, 2014
    Best damn Baba Ganoush I've ever had. Homemade and fresh. Don't leave without at least 1 container of it from the deli counter.
  • Cécile
    CécileJanuary 3, 2014
    Best family-owned grocery in Brooklyn. The staff is very friendly.
  • Spotted by Locals - city guides by locals
    Best humus in NYC! Sahadis even have basic ingredients such as milk and bread too, but whatever you choose, be prepared to try something a bit different. Read more
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsAugust 10, 2013
    Destination Middle Eastern market for spices, olives, coffee, yogurt, cheese, prepared foods, and more. Be prepared to get lost in the aisles; bring a big shopping bag.
  • Sarah R.
    Sarah RosenzweigJune 23, 2013
    Bulk heaven! If you're kind to the sales people they'll give you samples until you pop!
  • Rob M.
    Rob MooneyJune 20, 2013
    Love this place - the hummus is amazing, and the array of olives, sweets, and breads is mind blowing!
  • Leland S.
    Leland SJune 10, 2013
    If you're lucky enough to get a warm spanakopita, just eat it immediately.
  • Krystina F.
    Krystina FisherJune 8, 2013
    Never leave without a container of their spicy hummus
  • Jason N.
    Jason NickelMay 18, 2013
    Grab a number. Right when you get in. Even if you don't think you'll use it.
  • Rick B.
    Rick BrunerMarch 12, 2013
    Buy the za'atar, mix with olive oil, spread on pita and warm. So good!
  • Jackie G.
    Jackie GordonFebruary 25, 2013
    The best place to buy nuts, dried fruits, chocolate, spices and much more! Best hummus in NYC!
  • Nelson F.
    Nelson FerreiraFebruary 16, 2013
    You cannot buy better hummus, simply doesn't exist!
  • Lonestar Taco
    Lonestar TacoFebruary 13, 2013
    Yea, I know it's 'middle eastern' but they have some of the best retail prices on spices, grains, nuts, etc. So, just go & those guys that work the main ingredient area, they are smarter than you.
  • Jason C.
    Jason CullerJanuary 23, 2013
    Smoked almonds. Hummus. All the olives your heart desires. Don't get pita here... Go a couple of doors down to Damascus (whose babaganoush is superior).
  • Rae J.
    Rae JJanuary 12, 2013
    the hummus. THE HUMMUS! it's quite possibly the best in brooklyn. hands down.
    ThePurplePassport.comJanuary 3, 2013
    Sahadi’s is all about dried fruit, nuts, spices, cheeses, hummus, and candies. Plus, unlike most specialty shops, the prices here are actually extremely reasonable. Read more
  • JoJo D.
    JoJo DemirelSeptember 2, 2012
    bulk nuts, seeds, flours...the best selection of hard to find food items, too. grain free baking supplies: almond flour, flax meal, etc.
  • Charlene
    CharleneApril 6, 2012
    Stock up for dinner parties here. Delicious homemade hummus. Great selection of dried foods and fruits: nuts, yogurt pretzels, dried mango and pineapple!
  • David B.
    David BlackmanNovember 21, 2011
    Get their fresh baked bread. All of it is amazing.
  • Amanda R.
    Amanda RabideauAugust 31, 2011
    Get the dark chocolate covered warned they are addictive!
  • Benjamin H.
    Benjamin HaasJune 12, 2011
    Get a week's worth of lunches from the prepared foods section in back. Just make sure to know what you want before getting in line -- the counter ladies are fast and will make quick work of you!
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupApril 15, 2011
    You can find any spice here. Not to mention the best nuts, candy, coffee, chocolates, olives, etc. They close at 7pm and are not open on Sunday.
  • alex v.
    alex vbJanuary 29, 2011
    Get the spanakopita, hummus, fried cauliflower, lamb meatballs. smart locals shop here & Key & the farmer's market, not TJ's. Saturdays are not as bad as they once were & you're supporting a great guy
  • Anna S.
    Anna SlobodskyaSeptember 18, 2010
    cinnamon almonds are my personal favorite...very fresh
    CANDORSeptember 2, 2010
    Great Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and European imports for extremely cheap prices. An extensive selection of olives, grains, and cheeses. $3.50 for half of a cheese wheel that'd normally be $12-15!
  • Emily P.
    Emily PAugust 24, 2010
    The best selection of Middle Eastern/Far East goods in Brooklyn.Love the Turkish apricots,fresh figs and dates,olives, and hummus! So much fun to wander around.
  • Terea S.
    Terea ShafferAugust 14, 2010
    Olives, olives, olives all day long and bread, hummus and tabouli made right on the premise. get there early on Saturday. After 10:00 am is madness!
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 13, 2010
    Try the Potato Flatbread-potatoes are pan-fried with thyme, cilantro, and onions that have a sweet, caramelized sheen, and the whole thing on flatbread is topped w/ a flurry of crunchy scallions
  • VH1
    VH1April 23, 2010
    Sahadi's is a family-run middle eastern emporium that sells everything the local shops also sell (cheese, nuts, dried fruit, fairtrade coffee) but for about half the price. - Elizabeth,
  • Amy C.
    Amy CorriganFebruary 25, 2010
    A taste of the Middle East in Brooklyn Heights -must try: mushroom/leek fillo triangles and spanakopita
  • Megan C.
    Megan CFebruary 20, 2010
    Really good prices on their bulk goods, especially coffee. Avoid on Saturdays if at all possible.
  • Colleen N.
    Colleen Newvine TebeauNovember 30, 2009
    Especially when the place is mobbed on Saturdays, it's a bit confusing -- take a number for olives, candy, coffee, feta OR get in line in back for deli goodies like baba ganoush or hummus.
  • Nicole S.
    Nicole SchindlerApril 12, 2009
    Grab a number & watch as they fill people's orders for nuts, candies & coffee, if you're friendly, theyll also give you samples as you try to decide which type of Feta to order.
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