Kalustyan’s is a shop located at 123 Lexington Ave
Kalustyan’s is a shop located at 123 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan, New York City that sells spices and foods from over eighty countries. Established in 1944 by K. Kalustyan, an Armenian, selling Turkish and Middle Eastern spices, dried fruits, nuts, oils and grains, when the neighborhood was largely Armenian. In late 1960s and 1970s, when New York became home to a significant number of Indians, Kalustyan’s expanded itself to cater to the Indian market, while bringing out its own brand of chutneys and pickles. The "Curry Hill" neighborhood of New York City is a result of the presence of Kalustyan's.
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Clinton S.New York, NY
3 days ago
Michele K.New York, NY
1 week ago
The food was good and fresh. A large assortment. The local delivery fee within Manhattan (across town), was a little pricey. I get it if the delivery distance is far, but it wasn't. Hoping you'll consider a lower FL delivery fee. I tried Mercato on a Groupon. Got free food, love that!!
Helene M.New York, NY
1 month ago
The papadums were not the ones I ordered and were much more expensive, the coffee was not delivered I guess because they did not have the decaf and the chutney was not delivered and wonder why they didn't substitute something for the one I ordered.
Kalustyan's 1 month ago
Your order said not to replace any item in the order. As for
the price of the papads, you were still only charged the $1.99
that is on your Mercato receipt, even if the sticker was for more....
yes, we are out of the decaf coffee.
manager of operations
JALAL A.New York, NY
1 month ago
I 3 ordered small cans of foul modamas but I received 2 large ones which was not what I ordered