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[NSW] Indian Grocery: Free Delivery Anywhere in Sydney for Orders above $50 @ RadheOnline.com.au

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  • One of the largest Indian grocery stores in Sydney and good prices.
  • Free delivery (after work hours) available anywhere in Sydney for all orders above $50 - frozen items are packed separately in suitable boxes.
  • Try some Indian snacks, top quality Basmati rice (India Gate and Dawat brands are great), frozen items such as a variety of raw cut veggies, ready to eat Indian breads (i.e. rotis/chapatis, stuffed parathas), pre-cooked curries, samosas, desserts, paneer (cottage cheese), etc.

Some info from their website:

  • Delivery Charge $5.99 For Order Less Than $50.
  • Orders placed before 12:00 pm will be at your door step on the same day*
  • Contact details (if you need to confirm delivery time): https://www.radheonline.com.au/contact.php

Since Diwali is on 27/10, some Diwali items are also on sale at the moment: https://radheonline.myfoodlink.com/category/seasonal-items-1...

Note: If you see a 'bandwidth error' on homepage, click this link which will take you to the products section directly: https://radheonline.myfoodlink.com/

Happy Diwali, folks! Hope you enjoy this auspicious and sparkling festival of lights and have a prosperous year ahead!

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    That is amazing - free delivery for a purchase over $50 for anywhere in Sydney. Noted you mention out of work hours? Can you please clarify what the delivery window would be?

    • +3 votes

      I've ordered a couple of times and delivery was made between 5pm and 8pm (on the next day if you place an order on the previous evening) but worth calling before placing an order. They also call you to check if you're home at the expected delivery time a few hours before.

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        Great. Thanks for your response.

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        Are the prices marked up to account for delivery fees?

        • +5 votes

          Probably they earn enough from volume. If they marked up the prices, Indian community would compare them with other stores and ditch them quickly.

        • +1 vote

          pricing is less online on most items compared to Radhe instore shop. I have store next steet but still I order online :)

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          Yes they are. I could not find a single item cheaper than the physical store Udaya. price markup is the delivery fee you are paying.

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            @amsaini15: I found many items that are either cheaper than Udaya or not available in Udaya (they sell South Indian brands more, not as many Mumbai-based or Gujarati brands, e.g.).

  • +4 votes

    Deep Frozen Veg - Green Chilli - Hot 340g $2.19 ea or 3 for $5.75.. Great deal for $5.75, never buy chillis again!

  • +3 votes

    wow. lots of good Indian products here that I haven't found at a local supermarket. Ill need to remember this place next time im cooking up a big Indian dinner.

  • +7 votes

    Do you get free pani puri for orders $50+ ?

  • +3 votes

    Don't forget the PAPPADUMS!!!!!

    Seriously, I always stop at Quakers Hill branch when going to Ikea once a year. Their range is fantastic.

    • +3 votes

      Don't forget the PAPPADUMS!!!!!

      You're right. The whole range of it (from different parts of India), ay!

  • +1 vote

    To be honest I have stopped going to most Indian groceries because one, most of the stuff is now available at my local coles or woolworths and two, most of them do not care enough for their customers. Atleast here in Victoria, there is no logic to pricing. Same thing at different grocery stores could cost wildly different. Most of them would not accept cards if you are buying below a certain amount and I have also been sold sub-standard stuff and even expired (not best before) stuff. Thats before I get into the general cleanliness of the place and how the stuff is kept on the shelves. On a more principled level, I know for a fact that Woolies and Coles pay fair wage to their employees while I come across many stories on a daily basis on forums and communities of Indian students being exploited by Indian business owners here.

    • +7 votes

      To be honest I have stopped going to most Indian groceries because one, most of the stuff is now available at my local coles or woolworths and two

      If Coles and Woolies have 20 Indian grocery items, these stores have 2000, so you're hugely mistaken if you believe that all stuff is available in Coles or Woolies. Trust me.

      I have also been sold sub-standard stuff and even expired (not best before) stuff.

      That's precisely why you should go to top 3 or 4 largest stores (or their chains) in the city and check expiry dates if you still don't trust their turnover.

      I agree with your other comments though but they aren't the reasons strong enough for many to just stop consuming Indian groceries. There's no better substitute at the moment apart from choosing the right stores.

      • +1 vote

        Newcastle has a good one in Raj's Corner. Staff are friendly and helpful, but the shop is way too small. There is a restaurant by the same name next door, which is also nice.

      • -8 votes

        I think you missed the part where I said "most indian grocery". I do not need 2000 items of Indian grocery every time I go out to shop. I go to an indian grocery only if I need a very typical item which is not available in the supermarkets. As for woolies and coles not having enough stuff, you would be surprised to see that they have most of what you need typically, from types of flours to frozen foods to lentils to even rusk and certain biscuits.

    • +3 votes
      • there is no logic to pricing.
      • most of them do not care enough for their customers
      • general cleanliness of the place

      This is main reason that had me stop shopping as well. But The main was, most items not having price listed on their self. So you kind of have to take the item and ask.

      I mean this is not India, why not just list the ticket prices on the shelf. We have resources here in Australia, put that to use.

    • +3 votes

      To be honest, dealsucker wants to suck every single $ and telling Indian grocery to be compared with woolworths.

      • -3 votes

        You dont have to take this personally unless you are associated, in which case there is a checkmark you can use down below while commenting.As for the $, woolies and coles are ever so slightly costlier, usually or on par or much cheaper (while on specials) all while paying full wage to their employees and maintaining a standard of hygiene and customer service.

        • +2 votes

          Again, I don't mind buying stuff that's available in Coles and Woolies (and I do) but we are referring to 100's of other items that aren't available there. I am not taking it personally. I live very close to Coles and Woolies so that's where I buy those limited items that they stock there.

        • +3 votes

          Just read in Sydney Morning Herald about wage underpayment at one of the most expensive restaurant "Rockpool". Unbelievable!
          Here is the link - https://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace/rockpool-records-d...

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      gotta agree everywhere in the south east the shops are hard to shop at, you might go to one in springvale and something is $4 and then go to waverly and its $9

      i like shopping at these places for rice and other things

      i hope this place opens within melbourne its sorely needed

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        I have a recommendation in Melbourne for those willing to travel a bit or are based out of carrums down. The place is called Vel spices. Great range and a value for money restaurant that is run by them as well. Cheers

    • +2 votes

      Wow! Would that mean you only purchase 100% Aussie products from stores here? Coz the employees here might be paid well, however workers offshore are paid peanuts and thier conditions are miserable… Sloppy logic

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        And they admitted to it once it was found out in their “own audit” and they will repay all effected along with interest payment. What more do you want?

  • +1 vote

    Cool, preety good for me as there is hardly any Indian grocery in Lower northshore

  • -2 votes

    normal price.

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    do they sell ready-made take away dishes?

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      I love Indian smell

    • +2 votes

      Ready-made but frozen dishes so you will need to heat them before eating, not the fresh take away per se. Some stores sell hot/ fresh snacks such as Samosa, Vada-Paav, Dabeli - all vegetarian items mostly, but you will need to walk into the stores. I doubt if they are listed in online shopping menu.

  • +1 vote

    So delivery available only in NSW?

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    Or Sydney only deal?

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    Good deal. I wonder if they're paying their drivers award wages.

  • +2 votes

    I'd treat them like any asian grocery, you have to check for expiry dates, not everything that's expired is "unsafe" and to be honest - they have some really awesome stuff that you can't get at your big name supermarkets!

    Wish these guys were in my area :)

  • +1 vote

    I love the Britannia Milk rusks. So crispy and crunchy!

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    any Melbourne alternatives?

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    Price at Indian grocery shops are very high when you compare to other whole sale ratail shops. So I am not going to any of these shops unless I need something urgent.

    • +1 vote

      Wholesale retail shops for Indian grocery? Can you please give an example of one in Sydney. A few large stores (Radhe, Patel, Udaya, etc) have their own warehouses but the prices there is not very different compared to their stores or vice-versa.

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        There are Plenty of Asian Groceries who sells most of the Indian subcontinent stuff

        Asian Food Market Blacktown
        4.0
        (17) · Asian grocery store
        1 George St
        (02) 9831 4983
        Open ⋅ Closes 7PM

        • +5 votes

          That's the catch though - there's hardly any overlap between what these stores sell and what Indian grocery stores sell (due to fundamental differences in food habits and respective consumer segments). If they did and that for cheaper prices, believe you me, Indians wouldn't flock to Indian grocery stores.

  • +5 votes

    Love Indian food.

    How can she slap me sir.

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    Where is good in BRISBANE?

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    Is there a price on shipping elsewhere? Couldn't locate this information easily on the website via mobile device, whilst searching OzB on the shitter.

  • +2 votes

    Can you get more bandwidth?

  • +2 votes

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    Apache Server at www.radheonline.com.au Port 443

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    No Delivery Panania / picnic Point….. I guess it’s not part of Sydney ;)

  • -1 vote

    Neg only because it’s not Sydney-wide. Postcode 2213 not covered. Unless I’m doing something wrong.

  • +2 votes

    This one has been there for quite a while now. Saves a trip to Harris Park!

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    Seems like website is broken now

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    We killed their website!

  • -1 vote

    New Zealand Ghee 1.8L - $32.99 - Radhe
    Same thing for $29.50 at Udaya Wentworthville

    This is why delivery is free.

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      I buy at both stores (and Patel too) - some items are cheaper in one store and some are cheaper in another store. That's always the case.

      Also, I don't think Udaya has online ordering feature and delivery service yet. Udaya has a great range for south Indian groceries though. Radhe and Patel have more stuff for Gujarat and North Indian groceries.

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        Sorry mate. I am just giving price comparison. If there is $3.50 difference for one product, I am sure online store has higher price than physical store for other items too.
        Its great for people who like delivered at their door but its definately not free delivery as claimed.
        Just letting people know there are no free lunches :)

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    I used this service thrice already and their delivery service is very good. Ensure that you give your phone number.

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    Great deal, traveling to SYD soon to visit relos and load up on our fave food that are buggers to find in regional Australia - grabbed ~$200 worth of stuff and saves me trekking over to get it - thanks OP.

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