An exciting new restaurant destination will open at West HQ this Friday, bringing some of Sydney’s top chefs and food brands to Greater Western Sydney for the first time.
Visitors will be spoiled for choice at the 550-seat Eat Street, with restaurants including Corner Café, Gelatissimo, New Town Thai Street Food, PizzAperta Manfredi, and Steak & Co. by Sean Connolly.
Three years in the making, the new eateries join existing outlets Chur Burger and Eat St. Bar at Western Sydney’s newest dining destination. Restauranteur Steve Anastasiou will open Chu, a sister restaurant to the celebrated, multi-award-winning institutions China Doll, Woolloomooloo and China Lane, Sydney CBD, in Spring this year.
West HQ Chief Executive Officer, Richard Errington, said this development is the latest chapter in a 10-year journey to cement West HQ as the leading entertainment, fitness, lifestyle, and accommodation destination in Greater Western Sydney. West HQ welcomes 4 million visitors annually and boasts an impressive 60,000 members across the estate.
“With the region and our customers in focus, we have re-imagined, reinvented, and expanded our core offering to create a destination hub in the heart of Western Sydney,” said Errington.
“The opening of Eat Street means offering a unique dining experience for our patrons, unlike any provided in Western Sydney. Whether it’s a casual sweet treat with friends, dinner with a special someone, celebrating or an overnight stay, you’ll be sure to find the perfect dish for any occasion,” Errington concluded.
To celebrate the arrival of Eat Street, West HQ is giving away five major international holidays with its
A New World Awaits promotion. From 20 July, visitors can win one of five holidays (valued at $15,000 each) inspired by the cuisine of the new Eat Street restaurants.
West HQ is also giving away $400,000 worth of instant prizes and the chance to win a share of $500,000 cash. Visit westhq.com.au for more information