Super King Market

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Huge grocery stores, catering to every ethnic food you can imagine, as well as the usual stuff.


Anaheim (Store #1) 10500 Magnolia Ave. Anaheim, CA 92804 Tel : (714) 527-5809 Fax : (714) 527-5784 Store Hours : Mon-Sunday: 7AM to 9PM

Los Angeles (Store #2) 2716 N. San Fernando Rd. Los Angeles, CA 90065 Tel : (323) 225-0044 Fax : (323) 222-2219 Store Hours : Mon-Sunday: 7AM to 9PM

Altadena (Store #3) 2260 N. Lincoln Ave. Altadena, CA 91001 Tel : (626) 296-9311 Fax : (626) 296-9317 Store Hours : Mon-Sunday: 7AM to 9PM

Claremont (Store #4) 436 Auto Center Drive Claremont, CA 91711 Tel : (909) 267-7252 Fax : (909) 267-7257 Store Hours : Mon-Sunday: 7AM to 9PM

Northridge (Store #5) 19500 Plummer St Northridge, CA 91324 Tel : (818) 350-5970 Fax : (818) 350-5969 Store Hours : Mon-Sunday: 7AM to 9PM

Van Nuys (Store #6) 7227 Van Nuys Blvd Van Nuys, CA 91405 Tel : (818) 464-4322 Fax : (818) 464-4323 Store Hours : Mon-Sunday: 7AM to 9PM


LA Weekly article

BEST ETHNIC DELI COUNTER - 2009 Super King Market

To shop is to remember. All of us walk into corner groceries or supermarkets with a child's memory of food. For me it's the wonder of skinned rabbits and eels displayed by vendors under the cast-iron arches of an English marketplace, whose aromas were just as sharp as those of the cheeses and ground coffee that filled Long Island A&Ps in the 1950s. None of these memories come to mind, however, whenever I enter Super King Market. If anything, this somewhat chaotic supermarket reminds me of Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport before the fall of communism. Few supermarkets' doorways, after all, come with imposing lettering that gigantically announces "Entrance" and "Exit" at either end of the buildings. Super King's Entrance portal is located on the right-hand end, and so once inside, you enter a great, counterclockwise tide of shoppers that becomes almost impossible to swim against later, should you forget something and try to go back for it. But there's an Old World marketplace feel to Super King, nevertheless, from the shelves of hookahs to its mixed-nut bar (no, not the Frolic Room) and wall of tea biscuits, along with stocks of Middle Eastern and Russian foods, evidence of the store's Armenian ownership and the huge local émigré population the market serves. It's crowded in a way that we're not used to in California — it makes another Armenian-owned institution, Jons Market, seem like the staid Pacific Palisades Gelson's on a Sunday morning. One of Super King's many strengths (besides fresh produce and meat selection) is a wonderful deli counter that seems as long as an aircraft carrier. It's ridiculously well-provisioned: It doesn't just have regular prosciutto, but prosciutto Parma and prosciutto Daniele. It doesn't only offer feta cheese, but blocks of Helena feta, Greek feta, Bulgarian feta, French feta, Danish feta and, of course, Armenian feta. Tip: Get your deli ticket number as soon as you enter the store — otherwise, you may be in for a long wait against a counter of meat and smoked fish that will only make you hungrier than you are. 2716 N. San Fernando Road, Glassell Park. (323) 225-0044. —Steven Mikulan

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