About Dicle Supermarket and Food Centre
Dicle Iranian Supermarket and Food Centre offers Iranian, Persian imports and all daily groceries to customers throughout North London. The shop, which is located at Ballards Lane, Finchley Central, supplies a comprehensive range of Persian and Iranian food Ingredients and Pre-packed cuisine. At Dicle Supermarket you also find fresh Persian products, butchers, delis, and bakery.
Al G•a week ago
Very friendly place, fresh products. They sell even Dragon fruit ! Chilies are the best !!!
Anna Ludwiniak•a month ago
I should give one star but I give 2, because of good variety of fresh vegetables and fruits. Besides of that, cashiers work there are lack of manners and rude. Am not even mention they can't speak English, but to be nice and friendly, do you need to speak English? I don't think so. I spotted one blond lady on the till point and she was lovely!! Don't know if she's working there weekends? I think if you hire more friendly staff you will have more customers, not only for Persia.
Jennifer Penn•2 months ago
I love coming here to get my fruit and veg over large supermarkets. Independent shop with everything you need and prices are much better than large chains. There is a bakery with nice bread and a butcher in the back although I don't buy meat from them.
My only issue is the isles are quite cramped and if the tills are busy with people it can be hard getting round them. It doesn't stop me from doing my weekly shop there though
Manoj Malde•2 months ago
This is an independent grocery store. The products are fresh and a far superior quality to what the supermarkets sell. They also hv a butchers at the back of the store. You can get fresh bread there. They sell very good quality Feta unlike the prepacked rubbish you get in supermarkets. The olives are amazing. I also buy my eggs from here as the quality is better and value for money. The only set back is the isles are very narrow so one has to be a little patient but definitely worth it. Also i would rather give my business to smaller independents than to the big corporate organisations.