|Category:||Asian Grocery Store|
|Address:||13945 US-183, Austin, TX 78729, USA|
|Working:||10AM–10PM 10AM–10PM 10AM–10PM 10AM–10PM 10AM–10PM 10AM–10PM 10AM–9PM|
The best Indian grocery in Austin!!! Products are super fresh and the prices are very good. Pricing is probably the best in Austin area as well. Not to mention the special Indian fruits like Jamun, custard apple, Sapodilla are available and their veggie like drumsticks are all fresh with almost daily shipments during the week. I just love this place!! one time there was even live music, free chat and tea biscuits are offer to customers which is very nice. But since there are shipments come in almost everyday, staffs are always busy putting them on the shelves. My only complain would be not to know which vegetables or fruits that are on sale on their website, hope it will be better in the future.
Went last week to buy juice and cashier charged me $9.99 for 2 bottles. On their ad it was showing 2/$5 so I mentioned that and she gave me my refund. She was a nice lady . Went today to buy apples they charged me extra again. I called them to find out the price she said $1 per pound but on the ad it stated 3 lbs for $1.99. I told them to fix their prices. After 30 mins of my call, I received a call back from MANPASANDS OWNER so I thought maybe they will apologize for the error. INSTEAD the owner yelled at me and told me to "fix my eyes "
Best Indian Supermarket I have ever visited in USA. contains mostly all fresh Asian groceries and convenient to find the items. I visit this market often as I get fresh Indian sweets and frozen cooked fresh food. Staff is friendly which supports in selecting if you have confusion. Location is also very convenient as it is located near to Lakeline mall and Restaurants just by the Highway on North Austin. I would recommend this place if you want to buy Asian Groceries around Austin.
I went there 3 or 4 times store is dirty badly mange, attitude wown so bad ,specially one lady maybe she is Manger ,Maybe she is owner ,She needs to go learn some mannerisms, because nobody go there for free stuff, Everyone pay for stuff service they need to put in there head and its not that u r not going to find stuff from other stores ,u will and with respect, they learn big time how to respect customer, bad bad attitude
Good selection and quality as compared to their competitors in town. Service is similar to other stores, meaning not great. Man Pasand has the opportunity to differentiate itself by offering better service. Last time I was there and couldnt find something, a young lady pointed me in some random direction and returned to stocking shelves. My rating would be much higher if they offered better service.
Turned out to be a super nice large Indian grocery store. The produce is okay and very cheap (mostly from Mexico or China). For example, the persimmons were 99-cents a pound. Thats less expensive than even the MT Supermarket (large Vietnamese grocery store in Austin). They even sell clothes and Indian style costume jewelry - those were not attractive, but hey, they have them.
went here twice and both are bad experiences! Doesnt treat their customers well. Cashier told me to transfer to the other register and she ring the customer who was next in line. Its convenient for me to drive to this place instead of driving up all the way to china town just to get the stuff that I need.hopefully management would do something with their customer service.
Great collection with lots of variety in every product. The vegetables were mostly very fresh. I especially loved all the different kinds of leafy vegetables popularly found in India. The okra was way better than what is usually found in US supermarkets. Aashirvad Atta was $5.99 for 20 lbs. That was astounding! Overall, it was a great bargain.
One of the best Indian Store where we can get wide range of product in less price then any other. There priceis almost competitive with India Bazar and Patel Brothers of Dallas so overal in Austin they are one any only to grow up. Keep it up guys. And your kids playing area NEED TO GET IT BACK AGAIN that is one of the attraction.
Quality of fruits and vegetables is many a times substandard. Spoilt or rotting away. Packed Items are on the verge of expiry and unsuspecting customers are fooled by the discounts. The play area is good, for children to spend time playing or reading books. The coffee/tea is a good idea. Loved the Ganesha idol near the entrance.
You can find everything Indian I this giant (compared to other Indian stores) store. They have north indian, South indian, Gujarati, marathi, pakistani, etc food. Staff is very friendly and understanding of families with kids. They even have a little toy section for the young ones to play at while parents shop.
Ok, let me first say I love this place for most of the stuff they have ! But, sadly I gotta say this is second time Ive bought a coconut from them thats rotten ! They got to do a better job at keeping tabs on the expiry of perishable items and NOT put that on top of the pile for a consumer to buy !
Im noticing since last 6 months, I never saw moderate/good quality vegetables. Every time Ill keep say you are not carrying good quality in the billing counter they will keep say same answer like it was fresh in the morning when I saw but Im not sure right now. Guys at least say some valid reasons.
Vinod Duggirala Naga
As name confirms this is one of the best grocery stores in greater Austin. Since Manpasad got opened, this became our default grocery store. We get all most all items at this place. Nice kids area while shopping we dont need to worry about kids. Staff is so friendly and helpful.
Better than other Indian grocery stores in Austin. They have everything we need. Nothing like patel brothers but you dont find anything like patel brothers in Austin. Gandhi bazar is our second choice as veggies are not as fresh as you can get here. Nothing extraordinary!
I have been shopping at manpasand for last two years.. but recently the quality of vegetables is very low.. I almost never find fresh vegetables now a days. When I asked the people on counter the ladies gave very vague answer that it is never fixed.. that was really bad.
Great Indian Store in Austin with loads of varieties... I have been to ManPasand at least 6-7 times and my experience is nice so far. No other Indian stores has this many varieties and stuffs in Austin. And yes, the price is cheaper than other stores as well.
This is truly a supermarket for Indian grocery in Austin area. Great choices, open wide lanes, plenty of parking spots, reasonable prices, place for kids and adults to play relax, free complimentary tea and smiling staff - you got it all.
Great vegetables all fresh, clean and neat store, fast check out that saves time. Very well managed store with plenty of inventory and options. So many people shop here but its never felt crowded.
This place use to have Tea, and sometime snacks, not anymore. I really liked the previous management. After that changed, its only going south. There are no expiry dates on many of the items.
This is the biggest indian store I have seen in austin. Clean and well organized. Ive heard they serve free tea to customers but havent had a chance to experience it first hand