The Groove Train just keeps rolling along, and it has finally arrived up in the Northern Territory. Just like The Ghan turns up in Darwin on a regular basis, the dishes that make up The Groove Train canon have tipped up at the top end of Australia, and in the Casuarina Square shopping centre to boot. Take a trip to the northern part of the city to try a menu that is known all over the Australian mainland, with a diversity of dishes that encapsulates the best multicultural traditions of the country, from Asian and European favourites to curries and vegetarian dishes. Park up at Trower Road for a dining destination in Darwin that is worth writing home about.
Highly recommended the groove train. We will definitely be back.
Thoroughly enjoyed the food and great customer service with a chilled vibe. It’s only the second time for dinner and we will definitely be back.
The good people of The Groove Train are bringing their unique take on Australian cooking to the streets of Darwin, with a menu that recreates the modern, multicultural Australia from morning to evening and at every point in between. If you arrive at Casuarina Square shopping mall on Trower Road in, well, Casuarina, you’ll be able to try woks and curries, healthy salads, steaks and pasta dishes, as well as plenty from their extensive wood-fired oven, with pizzas and calzones the standout. Visit them and find out what all the fuss is about: they’ve made Darwin their latest destination and they’re awaiting your arrival.
The Groove Train is all about diversity, and there are dishes on the menu at Casuarina Square that are as diverse as Darwin itself. From Italy come pasta and risotto – and pizza from the wood-fired oven – and chicken parmigiana, salt & pepper calamari and foccacia sandwiches, and from Asia come Chinese Hokkien noodles, Thai curries, satay chicken and nasi goreng from Indonesia. There are Australian favourites too: fish & chips, eggs and bacon, brekky burgers and more. You can find them easily in the Casuarina Square shopping centre on Trower Road – close to Charles Darwin University – and when you get there, bring your biggest appetite: this is one of the best Australian restaurants in Darwin, and you’re going to need to book in advance.