Miss Chow’s bringing oriental grocer to Stirling Street

Miss Chow's Group owner Jacquie Chan. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Miss Chow's Group owner Jacquie Chan. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

THE company behind Miss Chow’s and Rice Baby is bringing the Oriental Market and Grocer (OMG) to Stirling Street, Perth.

OMG, located on the ground floor of Campus Perth, is set to open next week and will offer ready-to-go fresh meals, fresh produce and packaged goods across the 400sq m space.

Fresh food will be prepared at Miss Chow’s Kitchen in Osborne Park and delivered daily.

Miss Chow’s Group owner Jacquie Chan said the store would stock 60 per cent oriental food and 40 per cent groceries.

“We’ll have food to go, cut fruits… it’s all about convenience and it’s healthy,” she said.

“All fresh produce will be sourced and grown from within Western Australia, with specialty Asian items sourced from parts of Asia.

“We want to be able to replicate this at different sites.”

Miss Chow’s Group runs four restaurants across Perth and has moved in to the city to capitalise on the growth.

“This area is developing in to quite a hub, there’s lots of apartments around and people are moving in, especially students,” Ms Chan said.

She said the price point would cater for students.

Miss Chow’s Group will also open an artisan bakery Born & Bread and modern Japanese Izakaya-style venue Small Talk later this year.

OMG will be open daily from 7am to 8pm.