A place good for lunch which is quick and fresh.
If you like cooking you can find a lot of seasonings there. Since the new style of food intake, I spent much time there since 2-3 years ago. There are
Some other competitions there, some Indian grocery store although veggies there are not that refresh but cheaper.
Price is a little high compared to the big city Chinatown because of its location. Mind you, this is one of the more expensive areas in NJ.
Parking is not a problem if you are willing to park more than 2 aisles beyond the closest point to the door. I can never understand why people would circle the lot near the door just to save a few steps.
It offers a great variety of Asian grocery items, bakery goods and cooked dishes. There is a small Vietnamese cafeteria at the very end.
To those who whine about crowd and all that, you are missing the point. If you ever visit Asian countries, the crowd should be taken as a part of shopping experience. Can't stand people or smell of fish, go to Whole Foods.
If you are into cooking, you will find almost all ingredients needed to experiment on exotic dishes at home.