There are many ethnic food markets, located everywhere. The two big Asian supermarket chains are Asia Mekong and Vinh-Loi. They each have specialties covering east-Asian food very well, a decent selection of Indian foods, and the basics from Japan and Africa. Vinh-Loi imports Dutch-grown exotic produce.

Asia Mekong Alex
Henriette-Herz-Platz 1
10178 Mitte
Tel: 030 2478 282

Asia Mekong

Wichertstr. 72
10439 Prenzlauer Berg
Tel: 030 2870 3655

Vinh-Loi Asien Supermarkt

Rheinstr. 45
12161 Friedenau
Tel: 030 8511 235



Catering for the British Expat, Broken English offers a range of well known English brands from Marmite to Heinz baked beans. While items are a little expensive, you will be able to find all your favourite English grocery items here.

Broken English ( has two stores:

Körtestr 10,
10967 Berlin
Tel. 030 6911 227 ,
Mo-Fr 11.00-18.30
Sa 11.00-16.00

Leonhardtstr. 23
14057 Berlin-Charlottenburg
Tel. (030) 28 599 307
Mo-Fr 11.00-18.30
Sa 11.00-16.00



Australian Shopping World provides an extensive range of Australian products, from Vegemite to Australian wine.

Wallstr. 66,
Tel: 030 9700 5251
Mo-Fr 11-19,
Sa 11-15



The food markets of high-end department stores have American groceries. Kaufhof, Hertie, Karstadt, KaDeWe are some examples of these department stores.

Check the website for the nearest location.

Check the website for the nearest location.

Check the website for the nearest location.

KaDeWe Berlin
Tauentzienstr. 21-24
Tel: 030 21210



The basement of Galeries Lafayette contains a food market, and has French groceries and wine among other international selections.

Galeries Lafayette Berlin
Friedrichstr. 76-78
Tel:030 2094 80