Secret Australian Warehouse Grocery Store Sells Hundreds Of In-Demand Products At A Discounted Price
- Little-known Asian grocery store tucked away in Sydney
- Enthusiast Adrian Widjy can’t get enough of discount shopping
- He showed off the store in a video.
A hidden Asian grocery store that offers loads of bulk purchases at a cheap price.
SydWHsale in Alexandria, New South Wales, is a little-known outlet store full of Japanese goods, from snacks to hair care, drinks, chocolates and more.
Adrian Widjy, who runs the ‘Places in Sydney’ page, bragged about the secret shop and paid a visit to pick up 2-litre bottles of tea drinks for $4.50; elsewhere, the products sell for $7 each.
‘You must see this secret warehouse sale! They are selling famous Asian products at a really unbelievable price,’ he said in a video.
The store offers several two-for-one deals along with “buy three get one free” deals and is located at 53 Huntley Street in Alexandria.
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SydWHsale Asian Grocery Warehouse in Alexandria, New South Wales, is a little-known outlet store full of Japanese goods, from snacks to hair care and beverages.
Adrian Widjy, who runs the ‘Places in Sydney’ page, bragged about the secret shop and paid a visit to pick up 2-litre bottles of tea drinks for $4.50.
In the short video, Adrián showed the wide variety of products available in the store.
‘This Hata Ramune is usually around $4; this is five for $10 ($2 each). These Japanese drinks cost between $4 and $5 each. Six for $16.50 ($2.75 each)’, Adrian said.
During Adrian’s visit to the SydWHsale, he found Japanese Vita drink packs for 12:50 for two. He claims that a packet at the supermarket is usually $7.
‘I’m here for these 2-liter teas, usually about $7-$12. It’s about $4.50 here!’ he said.
Huge packs of Samyang Buldak Ramyeon noodles are available for $15.80 for two, while elsewhere this item is $10 each.
In the snack aisle were an assortment of Pepero chocolate sticks and Fit’s Grape Popsicles, which were included in the “buy three, get one free” deal.
“They have various kid-related items, cute bento boxes, then their Japanese hair dye beauty sale,” Adrian said.
“They have various Japanese skin, dental and mouth care products.”
Huge packets of Samyang Buldak Ramyeon noodles are available for $15.80 for two (left). The store is also open seven days a week.
Pictured: The 2-liter teas Adrian bought for $4.50 each
After watching the short video, many shared their excitement and seemed eager to visit the store.
‘I didn’t know this place,’ commented one, another said: ‘My God, I wish I was in Sydney!’
‘I love Asian shopkeeper stuff!’ said a third.
I literally just got back from Japan!!! I needed this so bad. I’m going there this week,” added another.
One person asked if the products are close to their expiration date and Adrian said, ‘The ones I bought weren’t at all.’
The store is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.