I meant to make a thread for this but never got around to do it...
Anyway, I liked it.
I went there about 2 weeks ago. It's nice and clean (I know it's new so not sure how long they can keep it in that condition ). It is bigger then the other Asian Market in the area besides Hmart.
It might be the only Chinese supermarket in NJ with a legit food court. They have the typical bakery, a Co Co - which is a bubble tea chain that I have seen in Flushing. A congee and noodle stall, a Chinese BBQ and cooked dishes stall, and a Dim Sum stall. There is a Penang Kitchen (which a food court version of Penang) and a King's Village stall and both were not yet opened when I was there.
I only tried the noodle and congee was quite decent (considering it is a food court), the wonton noodle is probably better than the ones in the (now defunct) China Bowl and they price of the congee and noodle is quite cheap - everything is $7 or less. We had some of the Dim Sums and they were average. We bought home some BBQ pork and a braised beef shin from the other stall. The BBQ is on par with any other ones in the area but the braised beef shin were a bit tough. Probably should be braised a bit longer.
The groceries and vegetables are fine. I do like the fact that in the frozen food section they have some different brands that you don't see in Kam Man and Asian Food Center. The meat dept was a bit under staffed.
I usually just go to Hmart when I head out to Edison because I like it so much better than the other ones. 99 Ranch now gives me another option.