Groove Train is recognised across all Australia, celebrated for serving high-quality international food to customers from Melbourne to the Sunshine Coast and everywhere in between. Their restaurant locations are numerous, including right on the border of Melbourne’s Mill Park and South Morang, in the Westfield Plenty Valley shopping mall on McDonalds Road. The international food selection displays the multicultural milieu of Australian cuisine – British, Italian, Chinese, Indian and – yes – even Australian food.
Booked for a birthday lunch, No EFTPOS working (Cash Only) on a Sunday lunchtime (NO big deal for me but bad for business & Westfield/Scentre Group). Mentioned Birthday twice to two different staff members & not a single congrats. Was invited to a free meal as a Groove Train cardmember plus I brought along three other full paying customers. Not even thanks for coming along at the register on the way out the door.
Great foood and service Easy to book online Place was busy but that didn’t reflect on the service been given or the great food given
Groove Train is an eatery with an international food selection, but designed with the Australian palate in mind. Their menu is inspired by the numerous cuisines that inform Aussie food. With specialties that are associated with the restaurant’s many locations – from Melbourne to Brisbane – and at the Westfield Plenty Valley shopping mall that serves Mill Park and South Morang, you can experience the full range. They open their doors early, from 7am daily, and brekkie is always a good idea. Start your morning with a coffee and a feed before you hit the shops. If you stop in for lunch, the options are as varied as the number of toppings on their pizzas.
As for many in Melbourne, breakfast and lunch at Groove Train are popular among Mill Park and South Morang locals, but those heading in for an evening meal will get to enjoy the entire scope of international food on offer the restaurant’s Westfield Plenty Valley venue. The food fuses the influences that are brought together in Australian cuisine: curries from India, pasta and pizza from Italy, noodles and wok-based dishes from all over Asia. Diners should book a table in advance for Groove Train, as they can get busy.