Asian Grocery Store Opens in Former Bread Shop Premises

Hoji Shop running launch promotions all this week

hoji shop
Hoji Shop

Another store specialising in Asian food products has opened in Chiswick.

Hoji Shop is based at 296 Chiswick High Road which was previously the Bread Shop. It sells a range of Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean foods and describes itself as an Asian Lifestyle store.

The store had a trial opening on 12 June and will be offering a limited number of complimentary drinks and gifts until next Saturday.

The lease was signed through MJ Finn this March.

Hoji is planning to apply for a licence to sell drinks.

It is the second store selling Asian food to open in the vicinity of the High Road this year. Thai House started operating from a kiosk in front of Sainsbury’s in Essex Place a few months ago.

The interior of Hoji Shop on Chiswick High Road
The interior of Hoji Shop on Chiswick High Road


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June 13, 2021