authentic Greek deli, all the goodies, many Greeks in the neighborhood, not much English spoken but fantastic offerings.
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So much sausage to choose from. The cheese selection is great too and less pricey than at the supermarket. Deli. They have an interesting discount table. Don't forget to pick up some free Eastern European/Chicago newspaper - probably a dozen to choose from. Recommended
I have been to the deli twice. It is owned by a couple. The first time I was there, the wife was present and she was very helpful and pleasant. She took a lot of time to explain their products to me, and was most friendly. I was very impressed by the quality and variety of their foods - items... More
My wife and I walked through their market after eating at Ararat next door at 364 Townline Road. I recommend eating at Ararat as Ararat has authentic Old Russia food. Alef Sausage & Deli sells traditional Russian food. They have a lot of Eastern European products. It's a great Eastern European deli. They make their own sausages, and they have... More
Not quite sure why Alef chose to name his Russian market a "sausage" shop but this is a fabulous, full-line Russian supermarket. Prices are reasonable and the selection of dairy, bakery, frozen, deli meats, prepared ethnic foods and dry items (including lots of Russian candies) is surprisingly huge. They have, for example, no less than 4 brands of frozen Pelmini,... More