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Rimping Supermarket, Chiang Mai
(3.9/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • We can find almost everything, on an average surface. A meat department well stocked if you want good steak. "A lot of products to import so you have the homesick;).
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  • At the deli counter I asked for meat to be sliced and the idiot doing the slicing coughed all the way through the process. Needless to say I just walked away. Have seen better hygiene at an open air l...  more »
  • I know that this supermarket is poular with the Farangs as it stocks many Western branded products, but there are many similar products that are produced locally at a much fairer price. 
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  • Great range of Western food brands, excellent range of dairy products in particular cheese and butter. Extensive range of wines at standard Western prices.
  • Sell good quality grocery. Have plenty of import ingredient. However most of the goods have higher price than usual suppermarket
  • Fresh material and nice item but price to high compare with other shop
  • You can find western products. Fruits and vegetables are all well there but it is a little bit expensive...
  • Fantastic supermarket. Heaps of fresh and organic food. A little on the pricing side for locals accustomed to finding cheaper deals but would be normal for western tourists. Lots of specials for foreigners that you don't normally get in some supermarkets like a fantastic bakery section with lots of sour dough and other breads not normally found in Thailand. There is also a good selection of wine, but remember you can only buy during certain time frames (11am-2pm & 5pm onwards). Found some good Australian, Chilean, and French wines. All a lot more than you pay at home, but worth it when you want a nice glass of wine. The other positive is that the meat is all kept in refrigerated glass cabinets instead of put in the open like most supermarkets in Thailand (Tesco included).