Ni Japanese Delicacies sells both fresh and packaged Japanese specialty items. Freshly prepared foods are all natural and vegan, and include treats such as brown rice onigiri balls, soups, and sandwiches featuring bread from Pain D’Avignon.
Nordic Preserves, Fish & Wildlife Company is a Swedish snack shop. They serve everything Swedish style including: Swedish meatballs, Scandinavian style hot dogs, smoked eel, toast skagen, traditional herring, soups, elderberry soda and much more.
Peasant Stock offers several varieties of soup daily. This family owned business does all the cooking on site. Each soup features homemade stock and quality ingredients. Delicious house made sides such as croutons and cornbread are sold to go with the soups.
As New Yorkers are always seeking new experiences, Osaka Grub puts an inventive spin on traditional Japanese street food. Osaka Grub's signature is the okonomiyaki beef slider, a traditional seafood and cabbage "pancake" born in Osaka, Japan. Imagine a juicy beef patty sandwiched between two okonomiyaki pancakes and served it with a side of yuzu fries. Come try their other Japanese creations!
Arancini is an authentic Sicilian street food made with arborio rice and filled with anything your heart desires, then deep-fried and eaten hot with your hands. Inspired by his personal arancini discoveries, Dave and his cousin Giulia were eager to find out if this food staple could catch on in New York City. Arancini Bros. debuted their product at the Hester Street Fair in 2010 to rave reviews and encouraged the duo to keep cooking. Their first brick-and-mortar space at Essex Street Market features a changing menu of arancini, available both hot and ready-to-eat as well as frozen for takeaway.