• Asia Food

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An Asian grocery store with a vegan bulk section, including organic tofu. Products come in from India, Japan, China, Korea, and Vietnam. Open Mon-Sat 9:00am-6:30pm.

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3 Reviews

First Review by DavidHiebel


Points +72

05 Sep 2019

Excellent Option for Vegans

I have a standing list for Asia Food. I never pass up the bulk tofu, for instance. It's organic, non GMO and great to have in the freezer. I also buy spices here, all kinds of rice, canned jackfruit, and dried mushrooms. There are also vegan meats if one is inclined, and I purchase my miso paste and some of the fresh vegetables I can't get elsewhere (like daikon). This is a great resource.

Pros: The prices are very reasonable.

Cons: It's not a typical grocery store. Be prepared.



Points +252

16 Mar 2019

Great option for some essentials and unique items.

The tofu is definitely a great deal. Typical Asian grocery store with a regular assortment of noodles, spring roll wrappers, kimchi, veggies, and some housewares. No crowds at all. There were only a max of two other cars in the parking lot when we went on a Saturday afternoon. Definitely worth checking out. It was our first time there and our total came to $21, but on the receipt, the prices aren't identified by item. After we left it became pretty clear we were charged an extra $4. I don't know why. Could've been an accident, could've been a charge for being a dumb American, I just don't know. Just pay close attention when they're ringing you up. I'm definitely going to keep a close eye on that next time.

Pros: Inexpensive, Good Selection

Cons: Hours, Was Overcharged


Points +26

22 Apr 2014

A wonderful market for all my weird ingredients.

I love this market and shop here frequently. It is well stocked with all kinds of lentils, grains, dried veggies/mushrooms/fruits, sauces, TOFU ($5 for 6lbs!), vegan seafood, and the list goes on. It's rare that I can't find a non-perishable that I am looking for (I hope they get lobster mushrooms).

The staff is very friendly, courteous, and helpful. Even though English is not their first language, they manage to conduct business well. Their prices are awesome! They are not super crowded like H-Mart and friendlier.

Their produce section is pretty limited, but it has some nice selections: ginger, garlic, and other root veggies as well as an occasional cassava.

It's about the size of a small super market (maybe a little smaller than Eddies).

I always leave with a smile on my face.

Pros: inexpensive, large variety of non-perishables, not overly crowded

Cons: small produce section, Only open until 6 pm.

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