My husband and I live near Vinh-Loi and shop here. They are located in a basement and have a large sign outside of the building that also has an Asian fast food place, a Rossman's and a Lidl. Vinh-Loi has a large selection of tofu and tofu products (including loose tofu), large containers of coconut milk, bulk nuts, dried soy chunks and a large selection of spices. Like any far east grocery, they have a large selection of Asian (as in far east Asia) snack foods. They also have a large frozen section (that I think is all non-veg). They have a few odd British and American products like HP Sauce and Arm&Hammer Baking Soda, as well as other foreign products here and there like P.A.N. (Pre-cooked corn flour/Harina) and Jaggery (palm sugar). They are mainly a Vietnamese grocery. While most items ar usually stocked, they do tend to have some empty places on the shelves. While no one expects customer service from the Vietnamese, If you have a question or need help, it's best to ask one of the girls in the back office as workers appear very busy. They tend to do good business so be prepared for a short wait one the line at the cashier. Overall, I think it is a worthwhile establishment.
Updated from previous review on Saturday April 30, 2011
Cons: Basement and meat (smell), Hard to get help