All across Eastern Australia, Groove Train keeps the good times rolling with their superlative international cuisine – pizzas, Asian curries, American delights and steaks – and signature friendly service. Established in Melbourne during 1998, the company has continuously expanded until becoming the recognisable household name it is today. The Harbour Town outlet, found right beneath the Melbourne Star Wheel at Harbour Town Shopping Centre in the Docklands, is a favourite for the city’s shopaholics as well as for tourists and Groovers, Groove Train’s biggest fans.
The food was really lovely, as were the staff when they actually came to our table. Unfortunately we had to ask all but once for them to take our drinks order, mains and desert. Then just after desert was served the chairs all around us were put on top of the tables, and it was only 8:30. It just tainted our birthday celebrations just a little
First off when we walked in, i said i booked online. The person said they dont care, tha they dont check online. Was very in our face. Then service was shit. Had to ask over and over and they werent prepared. Food was not good compared to other groove trains (we ate the same meal as we usually do). Toilets were horrible for men ans women. Seating was horrible. Will not be going back. 2 out of 3 of us went home and were sick.
When you walk in no one seems to want to serve you.Booths are all ripped.and disgusting..service was unintentive and food was ok.Easy to walk out without paying if you really wanted too.
Locals hop aboard the Groove Train in Melbourne’s Docklands for a wide range of international culinary options, from the authentic satay chicken to the Italian pork sausage. Until 11:30am you can indulge in an array of breakfast delights: slow toasted muesli, bacon, egg & cheese focaccia, Spanish savoury eggs, corn fritters, and the smashed avocado with seeds (served on sourdough). Kids can indulge in brekkie too, with options like toast triangles, beans on toast and the popular muffin burger on offer for little foodies. Additionally, Groove Train in Harbour Town Shopping Centre also offers gluten-free toast, for those looking to cut down on their wheat consumption.
Groove Train at Harbour Town Shopping Centre has earned respect among locals because of the restaurant's attention to detail, especially when it comes to dietary restrictions and food allergies. Just take a look at any of the Melbourne restaurant’s menus, and you’ll see that gluten-free and vegetarian items are clearly labeled. Furthermore, the restaurant’s servers are well-versed about the restaurant’s many menu options, so feel free to ask when you have questions concerning ingredients or cooking techniques. For lunch or dinner time, Groove Train at Harbour Town Shopping Centre serves up an array of Groovy Mains including tender Moroccan lamb, an incredible veggie burger, and a hearty steak sandwich served with chips. Decide to go Italian with one of the restaurant’s wood-fired pizzas or calzones, or satisfy your Asian-food craving with Thai red seafood curry or Indian butter chicken. Plus, there’s a chocolate calzone that’s not to be ignored – reserve ahead for a groovy dining experience in the Docklands!