Tucked away in an industrial estate is this hard-to-find but glad-you did-aircraft hanger size warehouse with a section devoted to bargain priced Polish, Macedonian, Italian, Spanish, Greek and Asian groceries amongst its close to 2000 products.
The sizable Polish contingent incudes jams, sauerkrauts, beetroot strips, relishes, banana and cherry peppers, jars of fried carrot and cabbage, canned hams, turkey and knuckle meat, pates, fudge and flavoured teas such as blackcurrant.
From the Czech Republic are chocolates, marzipan and nougat while smallgoods hail from the Ukraine, Latvia, Germany and Poland.
A cheese room stocks an impressive array of everything from Bulgarian fetta and sheep's cheese to gorgonzola and pasta wise, there's a decent showing of handmade dried pastas.
Meantime rice, noodles, pastes and sauces dominate the Asian section and Middle Eastern foodstuffs include tahini, canned chicory, dates and rosewater.