Regent Place welcomes Diaso and Eat Asia (Sydney)

Central retail and food hub Regent Place is one of the most well located and unique precincts in the CBD, shooting off George Street and offering a diverse line of shopfronts, vendors, and even one of the city’s most popular small bars (Assembly). As part of the precinct’s on-going development, Regent Place has added two of the fastest rising retail brands in the city, giving some substantial space to one-price wonder store Daiso, and comprehensive Asian grocer Eat Asia.

Regent Place’s portfolio is already benefiting from the openings. Firstly, Daiso is now one of the most frequented novelty lifestyle and homeware stores in the city, delivering a high focus on value with every single thing sold at $2.80. The stock includes a range of cookware, cosmetics, food, beverage, and stationary.

Then there’s Eat Asia, a boutique supermarket that specialises in primarily Japanese food products, with exclusive access to food stock not offered anywhere else in Australia. The product range varies from basic sauces, noodles, drinks, and dry goods, to a more premium selection of wagyu. This Eat Asia also stocks Korean, Chinese, and Thai specialities.

These two retail stores join a hub that already includes popular ice-cream store, and Instagram regular, Aqua S, the popular Chef’s Gallery, Vietnamese eatery Miss Chu, Japanese izakaya Yebisu, the aforementioned Assembly Bar, and sneaker boutique SoleMate. More fashion and retail outlets are to be added to the precinct in the coming months.

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.