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Just moments from Flinders Street train station and the Bourke Street & Collins Street tram stop, Groove Train’s Queen Street outlet continues to raise the bar for delicious international cuisine including pizzas, pasta delights, hearty breakfast platters, Southeast Asian curries and locally sourced steaks. Serving up top-notch dishes since their establishment in 1998, Groove Train has earned a reputation for excellence that’s hard to surpass throughout the whole continent. Family-friendly and community-oriented, Groove Train invites you to their popular Queen Street location in the heart of Melbourne’s central business district.
The Groove Train - Queen Street is an absolute gem! The service was very quick and attentive. The food was yum and there is plenty of it - so be prepared to have a full stomach by the time you leave. I would recommend you give The Groove Train a try it's definitely worth it.
to put i bluntly, the food wasn't very good. more like simple pub food than a nice CBD lunch spot. i dont think ill be back.
Friendly, swift service with good food and with atmosphere to match, this was a very enjoyable experience and I have no hesitation in recommending the Groove Train.
Known for its lengthy menu of international specialties, Groove Train on Queen Street in the CBD is a hit in throughout the entire city of Melbourne and beyond, with outlets in Brisbane, Kawana Waters, Southland and further afield. One of the major draw cards that Groove Train has to offer is its breakfasts, featuring an extensive menu of options ranging from pancakes to avocado on toast. Try the gluten-free toast if you’re avoiding wheat, or dive into satisfying options like Spanish savoury eggs complete with semi-dried tomatoes, scrambled eggs, kalamata olives, chorizo and Spanish onion on sourdough bread. Caffeine lovers make the trip over to Groove Train for the restaurant’s very own Groove Press, a mild-to-medium roast that has put the restaurant on the map in the area’s gourmet coffee scene. The Queen Street branch is especially popular among the coffee crowd, and thanks to the outlet’s sleek, modern design, it’s the perfect location to sit back and relax with a hot cup of joe.
The most difficult part about dining at this Melbourne favourite is, without a doubt, choosing a dish from the restaurant’s impressively long menu. Diners looking to enjoy something healthy can get on board with Groove Train’s Grooves couscous salad, made fruit & walnut couscous, mesclun salad, Spanish onion, flaked almond and tzatziki – add grilled chicken tenders or lamb fillets, if you’re really hungry. The steaks here at the Queen Street branch are known throughout Melbourne, so try the Portherhouse or the 350g char-grilled ribeye steak when you’re in the mood for something meaty. Woks and curries like the satay chicken, the Indonesian nasi goreng and the Thai red seafood curry satisfy any Asian food cravings you might have, and the wood-fired pizzas and calzone are soul-satisfying comfort-food classics that are perfect for any occasion. All aboard the Groove Train in Melbourne’s CBD – book now to snag first-class seats!