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Super Arzon Food Market

Posted by Arina / Posted on August 18, 2010

Toronto Super Arzon Food MarketSuper Arzon Food Market is known in the area for its' great take-out kebab that is available till the early hours of 3 am every day (however, it's open 24 hrs). Also, it's one of the biggest Persian supermarkets, which makes traffic there a little bit crazy sometimes.



Cyrus / December 9, 2011 at 10:09 pm
The take-out food is terrible here, especially the stews (Khoresh), many are stale. Just nearby there are better options, like Super Khorak. The bread (barbari) is nice.
The cashiers are rather cold and unfriendly. I remember when these guys started out many years ago, and it used to be a tiny store; at that time they were more friendly and courteous, but as they have expanded, their service and quality has gone down a lot. It might be called "Super Arzon" (meaning Affordable/Cheap Grocery Store), but some stuff is more expensive than the nearby stores, so do your price-checking before you shop here, because you might end up spending more, getting worse quality, and worse service too!
luis / February 7, 2012 at 09:26 pm
does anyone know if they carry herbal(non tabacco) shisha or hookah pipes, i was referred here buy a friend but im not sure does anyone happen to know if they do?
Martin replying to a comment from luis / March 10, 2012 at 02:06 pm
Hi Luis,
Pars Video at 6070 Yonge st. carries a full line of hookahs and herbal tobacco.
Jay / June 5, 2012 at 08:07 pm
The only thing i order from this marcket would be combo # 1. Its is amazing. The texture is not always consistant tasting but i continue to go back once a month for my craving.. I believe the meat can be cooked alot more well done, but even when u tell them , they dont listen beacuse they dont really care. The owner and his wife are stuck up. Very rude/cold attitude aswell with the slaves that work for them. Id say i have two girls i like and one cook that i always pay madd respects too. Other than that two thumbs up to 222 arzon. $29$
Tracey / February 13, 2014 at 04:35 am
My husband and I go to Arzon on occasion after going to Altona for kabob. We bought a rice dish just to try and when we got home it was evident that the dish was a food safety issue. We complained but received no resolution. Won't return.

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