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Groove Train is a staple on Australia’s East Coast, drawing in diners from Port Phillip and Melbourne to Brisbane and Queensland. Their spot in in Shellharbour is the only one in New South Wales, but is no less beloved as a result. The menu takes in international influences and is a veritable world tour – wood-fired pizza from Italy, curries from the subcontinent, Asian wok dishes and even an Aussie favourite or two – the lot! Head over to Stockland Shopping Centre on Lake Entrance Road in Illawarra for a feed that the whole family can enjoy.
Very enjoyable lunch, great service, great food, will certainly be returning. Also enjoyed the live music. Staff very obliging, many thanks to them. We were celebrating two birthdays so everything went down well.
Lovely atmosphere and service, although the food was disappointing. Over priced, lacked physical appeal and didn't taste like anything special. Pizza portion size too small and toppings too scarce and the meatballs no good at all.
Groove Train is an international eatery that brings the whole world’s cuisine to Oz. The menu represents the many influences that create Australia, and their restaurants are popular along the entirety of the East Coast, especially here in Illawarra. They open early doors – from 11:30am every day and 8 on weekends. Breakfast is a big deal, and lunch options are extensive, so grab yourself a big brekky and a cup of coffee in the morning or a homemade sarnie in the arvo. If you’re strolling the Stockland Shopping Centre in Shellharbour, then this Lake Entrance Road restaurant is your best bet for a feed.
Breakfast and lunch are important, but later on in the day, diners can experience the international extent of the menu at Groove Train in the Stockland Shopping Centre on Lake Entrance Road in Shellharbour. The food on offer takes in all of the cultures that created Aussie cuisine: from English and European classics such as fish and chips, souvlaki and wood-fired pizzas to Asian-influenced dishes like Hokkein noodles and satay chicken. It’s a selection that makes Illawarra seem like a gateway to the rest of the world, so book your table now and take a trip.