It is well stocked with japanese and korean foods, but carries only basic chinese ingredients. If you’ve been on a marathon day of eating, grabbing a quick takeout meal to sample the thai cooking is probably your best bet. This is a good place to find offbeat and unusual ingredients like taro-root powder, canned straw mushrooms and an enormous selection of dried noodles. We chose to eat at the saigon deli (i think that’s what it’s called).
Asian mall northern virginia. The fish counter and butcher shop can provide nearly anything you need at its freshest. While this store specializes in korean foods, it has a very good selection of chinese ingredients. This vietnamese store has a small selection of the more basic chinese ingredients. There are several places here where i will get my steam porks and my sticky rice (red, green, and plain with chinese sausages and chicken bits).
Finding parking can be difficult on the weekends. The extensive selection of frozen seafood includes eel, quahogs, cooked mussels and oysters. Fun in your city.