Coming to Mor's International Grocery is like taking a trip to West Africa. The smell of wonderfully prepared foods and the sight of interesting products will whisk you away instantly. A short visit will allow you to experience an authentic African meal and give you the opportunity to purchase imported goods from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The store owners and staff are on hand to be able to inform and educate on the use of the products in the store and how to recreate the exciting flavors of Africa in your home. Mor's International Grocery also carries the home essentials like soaps, detergents, paper products, and baby foods. Convenience items such as candies, soda, and basic dry goods are also available.

The roots of Mor’s International Grocery started in 2006 when Mr. Sall and his wife, Kadiatu Jalloh, began the process of opening the Mashallah Restaurant. The restaurant was first operated out of a kitchen by Kadiatu who specialized in creating pre-packaged meals for the on-the-go lifestyle of the area’s taxi cab drivers. The packaged meals were delivered directly to cab drivers at the airport and to the Millennium Market grocery store on Bardstown Road before an established restaurant was formed. After establishing a customer base, the investment was made to open a physical location for the Mashallah Restaurant in 2009. Since the opening, there has been the intention to expand into a grocery store. Due to the increasing volume of customers to Mashallah, the restaurant was relocated in 2013 from 4113 Bardstown Road to 3927 Bardstown Road. The new location also contained space for the creation of Mor’s International Grocery (MIG). MIG was officially opened in August 2013. The new restaurant and grocery is located off Six Mile Lane and is approximately 1.5 miles south of the Watterson Expressway.




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International Foods and Kitchen Goods

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Mors International Grocery

West African Food (Sri Leone, Gambia, Senegal, and Ghana)

  • Chep jeun bu (Red jollof rice with fish, carrot, cabbage, and cassaua)
  • Plasas (Spinach with palm oil and white rice, plasas, meat, and smoked turkey)
  • Mafeh (Peanut Butter sauce with lamb and white rice)
  • Achekay (Yuca, Yams, and Sauces)
  • Traditional Teas and Tea pots
  • Bissap and Ginger Root (Used in making drinks)
  • Shea Butter and Black Soaps

Asian & Middle Eastern (Nepal, India, and Arabia)
  • Fresh Halal Meats (Chicken, Goat, Lamb, Beef)
  • Wai Wai Chicken Instant Noodles (Nepali favorite)
  • Hot Lapsi Pickles (Very spicy!)
  • Basmati Rice (Imported from Asia)
  • Traditional Spices - Turmeric Powder, Curries, Jerk Seasonings

American Convenience Items 
  • Bottled Sodas, Energy Drinks and Juices
  • Candy Bars, Chips, Gums/Mints, Snack Cakes and Dry Jerkies
  • Baby Formula, Cereal, and Baby Food (WIC Items)
  • Noodles, Bread, Sauces, Picnic Items (Mustard/Ketchup)
  • Soaps, Detergent, Paper Products and Tissues