Not my regular Asian Grocery store based out in Footscray, but when it's difficult to find parking close to where I often shop near Footscray Market, this becomes my secondary base store. They have pretty much everything you are looking for including western products that you would often find at coles/woolies also. I don't find their veggies as fresh or competitive compared to the other stores, however their noodles and a number of other stock are well priced and the variety they stock are more extensive. Parking options for this store is convieniently located at the back of the store just near Nelsons funeral or alternatively on the busy Hopkins street.
This is a decent grocery store if you are in Footscray and after asian groceries. The prices are competitive compared to Coles just don't expect the same service levels. The best kept secret here is the extremely well priced coconut water. At $3.20 a litre, you are better off coming here than other larger chain supermarkets including Costco. There's a large selection of frozen foods that is best suited if you are having a hot pot indoors with family or friends.
KFL Footscray, another large chain of Asian Grocery stores across Australia. This particular KFL has been around for a very long time in Footscray, there is an entrance via Barkly Street which is the main entrance, and however there is also a back entrance for deliveries. This is probably more convenient as the car park is located from this side. Just like most KFL, there is butchery within it, fresh produce and a large extensive variety of Asian imports. Its probably an Asian Grocery that stocks more western food than most others, however in comparison with prices for this; I find that the major supermarkets offer a better deal on most occasions. Shopping here so many times, the staff is efficient and fast. Little spoken English though if you do need to communicate or there is an issue with a product. I have found the same with the staff working across the aisle, on a few occasions I have seek help in looking for a particular ingredient or item and have had little to no luck, and hadread more