• Vinh-Loi Asien Supermarkt - Wedding

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Asian grocery store selling conventional foods and products including some vegetarian and vegan foods like tofu, tempeh, seitan, mock meats, and vegetal milk. Open Mon-Sat 09:00-20:00. Closed Sun.

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6 Reviews

First Review by beer and veg


Points +957

11 Feb 2024

Tolle Auswahl

Ein Besuch hier lohnt sich definitiv. Hier bekommt man alles, was das Herz begehrt inkl. frischem exotischen Obst und Gemüse! Die Preise sind gegenüber anderen Märkten moderat.

Pros: Große Auswahl, Moderate Preise



Points +316

20 Jan 2022

Viele vegane Kuriositäten

Große Auswahl an tiefgefrorenem Fleischersatzprodukten. Vish, Vchicken, Vbeef uvm. Sogar Shrimps u.ä. Dazu viel veganes convinience food wie Teigtaschen, Frühlingsrollen usw. Stöbern lohnt sich.

Pros: Viele Vegane optionen, Kurioses und besonderes

Cons: Häufig sehr chaotische Warendarbietung


Points +492

31 Dec 2021

Vegane Produkte

Es gibt vegane Produkte: verschiedene Tofusorten, Tempeh, Bananenküchlein (in der Kühlung). In der TK: vegane Ente, Würstchen, Tofuhaut, etc.
Zudem noch verschiedene Fertignudelsuppen, die begann sind.

Pros: Großer Markt, Vegane Produkte


Points +211

02 Nov 2016

Large Asian Markt - Wedding

Large Asian supermarket. The prices are comparable to other Asian Supermarkets in Berlin. They have an all inclusive variety of foods from the major cuisines of the Far East. They organise their products by type and then by country; however, they do have a special section featuring Japanese and Korean products - although you'll find Japanese and Korean products throughout the store (find the KiMaRi in the frozen section, miso paste in the refrigerated section, Gochujang in the jarred paste/sauce section, etc.). They have the largest selection of Asian produce I've seen in Berlin (root vegetables, greens, sprouts, etc.) and the products are typically fresh due to frequent turnover. The noodle selection is endless (fresh noodles included!). They  have a wide variety of typical Asian frozen products like dumplings, spring rolls, steamed buns, etc., and vegetables (bamboo shoots, yams, banana leaves, etc.) as wells as Asian fruits (Jack fruit, mango, etc). They sell dried Asian mushrooms, roots, berries, beans, Chinese soup combinations, etc. They even have a variety of packaged Asian pickled condiments. They also have an abundance of sauces and pastes - both cooking bases and condiments. They sell ready-made or instant recipe mixes for popular dishes such as Mapo Tofu, Tikka Masala, Massaman curry, etc. and Ramen in any flavour you can think of. They also carry non-Asian products that are popular in Asia (Maggy, ginger beer, etc.) and products that are sought out by non-Asian expats (HP Sauce, P.A.N., peanut butter, etc.) They offer a large selection of spices of quality brand name spices like TRS and NGR brands as well as bulk spices - their bulk Szechuan pepper corns are the best quality I've found. They have some frozen and dried Asian vegan/vegetarian meat products too. They have a large section of Asian snacks, Asian alcohol, and non-food products like Asian cookware, electric rice cookers and pretty porcelain dining and tea sets. The service has improved over the years. They accept cash and cards.

Updated from previous review on 2016-11-02

Pros: Large Size, International selection, Tofu and fresh produce selections

Cons: Basement and meat (smell)


Points +57

10 Sep 2016

tons of vegan options

My second favourite Asian shop, it has a great selection of frozen mock meats and lots of vegan dumplings. I always buy my tempeh and tofu there because it's super cheap! Also pretty good selection of hard to find fresh Asian vegetables, not to mention jackfruit and durian! Go check it out for yourself.

Here is some vegan things I'd recommend: getting there:
Mushroom dumplings
Sweet potatoes
Rice paper for summer rolls
Nori(seaweed for making sushi)
Korean rice cakes in the freezer section(tteokboki noodle)
Any Asian noodles(soba,ramen, vermicelli rice etc.)
Cheap rice

beer and veg

Points +113

30 Apr 2011

My favourite shop

Put simply, I love Vinh-Loi. There are items there I can't find anywhere else, a lot of items much cheaper than at other stores, a few more expensive, but all-in-all, it's a huge store with lots of fun stuff! Mock meats galore, seasonings of all sorts, exotic fresh produce, fresh tofu and TEMPEH (something I find very difficult to find). From my understanding there are two other branches, located here: - Rheinstr. 45 (on the U9, fairly close to Walter-Schreiber Platz)
- Ansbacher Str. 16 (near Wittenberg Platz)
I have only been to the Müllerstrasse one, which is right outside the Seestrasse UBahn station, next to the Lidl. Bank in some extra time, because there really is a lot to look at. If you are missing Chinese foods, this place will make you cry with joy. perhaps. :)

Pros: Huge, great, wide selection, good prices

Cons: not in my neighbourhood, fresh produce not always so fresh

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