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Grocery stores that sell samosas

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Grocery stores that sell samosas

any grocery stores that sell samosas. i cant find a place in the guelph area that does sell them.
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Superstore in London has them, does Guelph have one?
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No Frills.... well the ones here in GTA do. Not sure if Guelph has a Chinese grocery store like TnT... they for sure have them.
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akswun wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 9:26 am
No Frills.... well the ones here in GTA do. Not sure if Guelph has a Chinese grocery store like TnT... they for sure have them.
Since when is samosa Chinese????

Regardless, those from the store arent good anyways. Better to get the fresh stuff from a proper Indian shop.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 11:09 am
Since when is samosa Chinese????

Regardless, those from the store arent good anyways. Better to get the fresh stuff from a proper Indian shop.
Chinese grocery stores carry a variety of ethnic foods. Indian, west Indian etc....

OP is from Guelph. There could possibly be an Indian restaurant there that does Samosas. If OP was from the GTA... it would be a different story, we would all be blasting out suggestions on our favorite samosa place.

But I highly doubt there would be a Canbe, Spiceland, Samosa King etc in Guelph. HENCE my suggestions on getting boxed samosas.
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Samosa from a store? Drive to Brampton and stock up on them from a restaurant. Freeze them.
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i find it hard to believe you can't get good samosas from an indian store in guelph. after a quick google search and I came up with India Spice House. there must be a few others around as well.
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Golden Indian Food and Spices
A2 - 1400 Weber Street East
Kitchener

They have fresh and frozen samosas and Indian groceries.
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My son likes the ones from Sobeys.
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Really? I'd expect to at least find one or two small Indian restaurant in almost every neighbourhood.
ShoNuff2 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 11:48 am
i find it hard to believe you can't get good samosas from an indian store in guelph. after a quick google search and I came up with India Spice House. there must be a few others around as well.
Yea.
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Carbooja wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 4:06 pm
Golden Indian Food and Spices
A2 - 1400 Weber Street East
Kitchener

They have fresh and frozen samosas and Indian groceries.
maybe ill check this place out.
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Some Shopper's drug mart stores have fresh samosas in their "ready to eat" section, but it's only a 454g clear package.
They're on sale right now for only $3.99, but each samosa seems to be small. (also, no in store microwave, lol)
-Look for the Shoppers drug mart locations that also claim to have food and grocery, along with a "ready to eat" section-
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There is a Freshco in Brampton that sells them...I think the banner on the outside says something different about these stores. "Chalo"?

They are quite good, I like the spinach one.
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If you like samosas you should really try to get your hands on freshly made samosas that are still hot out of the fryer. Anything less than this is not justice to a samosa. Food companies have found creative ways to sell things that look like a samosa both on the outside and with the filling but I can't eat these because I know what the real thing really tastes like. Call me a samosa snob but you might want to even try making these yourself. There is no substitute.
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choclover wrote:
Sep 15th, 2017 11:36 am
If you like samosas you should really try to get your hands on freshly made samosas that are still hot out of the fryer. Anything less than this is not justice to a samosa. Food companies have found creative ways to sell things that look like a samosa both on the outside and with the filling but I can't eat these because I know what the real thing really tastes like. Call me a samosa snob but you might want to even try making these yourself. There is no substitute.
I have 3 frozen bags of my mom's home made samosas, you're 100% bang on.

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