Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Sydney!
If you’ve arrived at this page, then you must be missing Japanese or Asian food , right?
Actually, there are a lot of Asian supermarkets in Sydney, so you can get the ingredients you need!
Let me introduce you to some Asian supermarkets that I would like to recommend.
I experienced studying in Sydney for a year starting in 2018. Now I am writing a blog about my experience.
By reading this post, you’ll get to know about Asian supermarkets in Sydney!
What are the different types of Asian supermarkets in Sydney?
In the city of Sydney, there are Chinese, Southeast Asian, Korean, and Japanese supermarkets.
Among them, Chinese supermarkets are very common and you can often see them around the city.
Each store has a good selection of Asian foods, and I can recommend each of them.
The following is a list of stores that I particularly recommend.
Three stores that I recommend in Sydney
Miracle is an Asian supermarket located in a shopping mall called World Square, near the language school.
The store is a bit small, but has a wide selection of products.
If you are a student at Greenwich English School, it is a convenient place to go shopping on your way home.
I used to buy a lot of Chinese seasonings at this store.
Payment by card is also accepted.
2 Thai Kee IGA Supermarket
Thai Kee IGA Supermarket is located in the Market City area of Chinatown, and it has a spacious store with a good vegetable section.
It is probably the store that I used the most during my study abroad experience.
In my opinion, it has the most well-balanced selection of products in the city, and I recommend it.
Recommended items are frozen dumplings and seasonings.
Card payment is accepted.
3 City Super
This supermarket is conveniently located in the basement of Town Hall Station.
The store is small compared to others, but you can buy daily necessities as well as food.
Sometimes they have sales, so you can buy food at a discount.
I used to go there when I was short on time.
Card payment is accepted.
These are the three stores that focus on Japanese food
This is the best place to buy Japanese food in the city.
It has the best selection of Japanese ingredients and Japanese staff working there.
The prices are higher than in Japan, but it’s easy to buy!
I used to buy instant noodles here.
2 Convenience Store 8
This store is located near Town Hall Station, but it is not as well known as you might think.
The location is a bit confusing, so I guess it can’t be helped.
The store is not very big, but it sells a lot of Japanese products, so if you are interested, please go there.
Card payments are accepted.
Daiso is a Japanese 100-yen store where you can also buy Japanese ingredients.
The prices are higher than in Japan, but they sell a variety of items such as snacks and seasonings.
I used to buy sweets here and give them to my friends as gifts.
They also accept credit cards, so it’s very convenient.
- It is easy to buy Asian food in Sydney.
- Maruyu is recommended for Japanese food.
- If you cook by yourself, you want to use it.
This is a summary of the Asian supermarkets that I recommend in Sydney!
I will continue to send out information about Australia, so please stay tuned.
Thank you for reading to the end!