Tejal International Foods

★★★☆☆
  • 10351 Grant St

    Denver, CO 80229

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  • 303-450-4164

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Mon-Sat 11am-8pm

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This is the first store I visited after coming to Denver and I was very happy to find all the food items
very fresh and the rates were very reasonable. The shop owners are very friendly and always helped us in
selecting foods. The shop is full of items from groceries to clothes and jewels. Infact you would also find
things that are required for pooja. I bought a pressure cooker from the shop and when I compared the price with other
stores in Denver I found that the prices in Tejal are very reasonable. I am very happy at the service rendered
by Mr. Jacob and the other members of the shop and would recommend it to all who love Indian food.

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★★★★★

This is the first store I visited after coming to Denver and I was very happy to find all the food items
very fresh and the rates were very reasonable. The shop owners are very friendly and always helped us in
selecting foods. The shop is full of items from groceries to clothes and jewels. Infact you would also find
things that are required for pooja. I bought a pressure cooker from the shop and when I compared the price with other
stores in Denver I found that the prices in Tejal are very reasonable. I am very happy at the service rendered
by Mr. Jacob and the other members of the shop and would recommend it to all who love Indian food.

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This is in August 2008. I guess the other reviewers haven't been here recently or maybe it's under new management. I found the prices a bit high, but I guess it's natural as I am comparing them to prices in CA where Indian stuff is pretty cheap. The store is pretty clean, fresh indian vegetables, good selection of spices, masalas, and other stuff. The owner is very friendly. They have a great colllection of Hindi and Tamil DVD's. If you are in Thornton, spare the drive to Broomfield and check this store out. And I checked everything that I bought, nothing is expired.

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This is in August 2008. I guess the other reviewers haven't been here recently or maybe it's under new management. I found the prices a bit high, but I guess it's natural as I am comparing them to prices in CA where Indian stuff is pretty cheap. The store is pretty clean, fresh indian vegetables, good selection of spices, masalas, and other stuff. The owner is very friendly. They have a great colllection of Hindi and Tamil DVD's. If you are in Thornton, spare the drive to Broomfield and check this store out. And I checked everything that I bought, nothing is expired.

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I have shopped at Tejal after the new owners/management took over recently and I did end up buying expired merchandise two times and the rest of the time the merchandise was very stale tho' unexpired. Infact once I went there to buy onions and the few onions left in the basket were all pretty rotten so I asked if they had any fresh ones inside but the new owner tells me that I could take the whole basketful of rotten onions for just $2. What a deal ! The prices of their products are way more expensive than the other Indian grocery stores in the Denver area. I guess they charge you more as they store it longer on their shelves :) Do not shop there - I made the mistake a couple of times out of desperation as the next nearest Indian grocery is really far away. Better to be safe than sorry - shop at Krishna Groceries or My Indias if you are in the Thornton, Brighton, Broomfield areas.

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I have shopped at Tejal after the new owners/management took over recently and I did end up buying expired merchandise two times and the rest of the time the merchandise was very stale tho' unexpired. Infact once I went there to buy onions and the few onions left in the basket were all pretty rotten so I asked if they had any fresh ones inside but the new owner tells me that I could take the whole basketful of rotten onions for just $2. What a deal ! The prices of their products are way more expensive than the other Indian grocery stores in the Denver area. I guess they charge you more as they store it longer on their shelves :) Do not shop there - I made the mistake a couple of times out of desperation as the next nearest Indian grocery is really far away. Better to be safe than sorry - shop at Krishna Groceries or My Indias if you are in the Thornton, Brighton, Broomfield areas.

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This was the first store in North area, saw many managers and owners.
Because of the monopoly, they sold expired items at obscenely high prices in an unclean store.
New owners have improved the cleanliness. But prices are high.
A 2 pound bag of dirty maida was 2.99.
Competition has dwindled their customers.

Go to POM on 120th and Main instead.

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This was the first store in North area, saw many managers and owners.
Because of the monopoly, they sold expired items at obscenely high prices in an unclean store.
New owners have improved the cleanliness. But prices are high.
A 2 pound bag of dirty maida was 2.99.
Competition has dwindled their customers.

Go to POM on 120th and Main instead.

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