Groove Train is an institution on Australia’s eastern coast, with locations from north of Brisbane in Queensland through to Geelong and Melbourne. The location in Werribee is found where Heaths Road meets Derrimut Road, near the Werribee Plaza shopping centre. Groove Train’s international menu is filled with favourites from across the wide expanse of the globe – salads, Thai and Asian food, breakfast classics, so head in here for a feed!
Groove Train is an internationally-orientated Aussie battler. Their menu brings together the whole multicultural patchwork of Australia, and their branches along the length of the east coast are popular from Melbourne to Brisbane. They open from 9am daily, and as breakfast is going til half past 11, those wanting a quick feed, or to grab a coffee, a brekky burger or an omelette won’t be disappointed. If you’re out between Hopper’s Crossing and Werribee, their Heaths Road and Derrimut Road spot is your jam.
Brekkie is for many the most important meal of the day, but after half 11, much more of the international fare of Groove Train in Werribee is available, keeping you in three square per day no worries. The menu is a Melbourne mashup of cultures, voyaging from Indian curries through risottos, noodles and satay chicken. With such a menu, Werribee Plaza becomes an international airport, with a terminal where Derrimut Road and Heaths Road meet. Book your seat now and take off.
Always a great experience. Great food and great service. Everything is reasonably priced. Can’t find this type of atmosphere anywhere else. That’s why we keep coming back.
Love visiting the Werribee restaurant still impressed with the food. Great food that continues to impress we love bringing our family out to dinner here all the time.
Great food and great service... They have good vegetarian options... Atmosphere is very nice... relaxed.. they don't rush on service...vast dessert menu too... enjoyed every min spent there..
Awesome. Make us feel part of the family. Food is great that we eat there every week. Whether for breakfast or dinner. More than happy to call this our favourite restaurant. 5 Stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Went with our three kids, husband and his brother. Always awesome food. Had the rib eye for the first time (gluten free menu choice) and it was amazing. The jus was served generously in a side dish and really complemented the steak. The staff all seem young (I'm an old 30) and they're patient with my kids, always bring them crayons ect. Sometimes you have to grab their attention to order initially, but that's because they're so busy / popular. All in all though, mains and desert sorted within 45 minutes which is great, because my kids are young and won't sit still for long. Kids also eat free mon-thurs, which makes eating out a reality for us on a budget. Spent $154 on three adults mains, with an alcoholic drink each and two deserts. Kids had full meals (pizza, bolognese, fish n chips) with apple juice and ice cream or fruit salad for desert.
Upon arrival they had no knowledge of booking, even when providing them with a confirmation number (even the guests who arrived before us were surprised when their booking wasn't registered either). Service was friendly, waiting time was minimal and to acceptable standards. The entree shared pizza was nicely cooking and crispy crust which all four of us enjoyed. The mains arrived and were very very disappointing. One main of spaghetti that was warm, tasteless and had one scallop, one prawn and two mussels. Two types of main risotto that was simply gluggy rice and very wet and neither meal was completed. My main was the meat mixed grill and for $37.50 it was simply a skewer of over cooked, cold meats with no taste, on a plate of chips with salad. The sausage was half the size of your thumb, the lamb was fatty & cold and the steak was edible but bland. I have been to the Groove Train in Werribee Plaza on a dozen occasions and the standards and quality of meal have steadily dropped to the point where it is no longer being considered as a dining option. Hope you use this advice to improve your standards as word of mouth is a powerful tool amongst consumers.
Had a nice time at The Groove Train for lunch yesterday, food was lovely heaps of choices, service was great considering it was Mothers Day and they were SOOOOOOO busy and all the staff were friendly and very good with the kids. So it all added up to a very enjoyable Mothers Day lunch. Thanks
Eight of us for a Mothers Day lunch and it couldn't have been better. A very busy day was happening all around us but the service didn't miss a beat. The variety of food available was amazing and the quality was excellent. And the drinks were fairly priced. Great lunch in a really relaxed atmosphere!!
Food was good, service was good, company even better. We all took advantage of the specials and for 9 of us we ended up paying $96 - poached eggs were awesome, bacon cooked just how I like it. Service was great - went out of their way to accommodate our group.
Three of us had the Fisherman's Basket and 1 had the fish and chips. The fish was drowned in beer and not so much batter! All agreed we wouldn't order Fish here again. 1 person had the porterhouse and said it was lovely and same was said for Risotto. Grateful we sat at the back of the restaurant as it is extremely noisy. Very slow removing dishes from table. Will visit again and try something different!