Slideshow: Find Filipino Groceries at Johnny Air Mart in the East Village

Johnny Air Mart
Johnny Air Mart
At first glance, the unassuming storefront seems more like its sibling cargo stores than a grocery store...until you notice "Filipino Oriental Store" printed in white on the window.
Dried Mango
Dried Mango
Dried mango—both green and ripe—is a popular Filipino treat. After all, "all the best mangoes come from the Philippines," noted Ricky, a Filipino.
Salt Bread
Salt Bread
This traditional Filipino roll is baked at Casa Victoria in New Jersey.
Frozen Dumplings
Frozen Dumplings
At Johnny Air Mart you'll also find frozen dumplings and spring rolls for a quick fix.
Corned Beef
Corned Beef
Corned beef is a Filipino staple. Ricky likes this brand from New Zealand.
Crackers
Crackers
According to Ricky, these crackers are very popular, especially among students and nurses. At Johnny Air Mart you'll find boxes of plain crackers, as well as some cracker sandwiches made with condensed milk.
Nestle Milo
Nestle Milo
Ah, Milo. That classic malt chocolate drink found everywhere (expect...the United States).
Calamansi Lime
Calamansi Lime
Calamansi is commonly used as a condiment in Filipino dishes. Ricky carries the whole fruit, frozen, and as well as a selection of calamansi-flavored beverages.
Ice Cream
Ice Cream
Ricky stocks two brands of ice cream—one from California and one from the Philippine—in three popular flavors: pandan, ube or purple yam, and cheese.
Hopia
Hopia
Bakpia, or hopia, is a popular Philippine pastry. This one is a savory version, and flavored with pork.
Sweets
Sweets
Ricky carries a full selection of sweets, many of them condensed milk-based.
Extras
Extras
As with most grocery stores of its kind, Johnny Air Mart carries more than just edibles. You can also pick up a Filipino magazine, shampoo, or greeting card while doing your groceries.