A culinary journey through the Glasshouse
What if I told you, you could experience flavours of the world in one convenient location? Well here’s an incentive for you to savour all the delicious bites and put your appetite into full gear as we embark on a culinary journey through Westfield Carindale’s Glasshouse dining precent.
Mad about Mexican
If you’re looking for a bit of spice and depth in flavour, lets taco’bout how delicious Guzman Y Gomez is! Serving up time-honoured flavours of Mexico with the freshest Australian ingredients, your tastebuds won’t have time for a siesta.
Our pick is the enchilada and we can’t go past their new nacho fries! Guzman Y Gomez has that ‘once you start, you can’t stop’ feeling – your fingers will be salsa dancing between your food and mouth rhythmically.
Summer in Spain
Because nothing says Spanish quite like paella and tapas! At Barcella Café & Restaurant you’ll experience authentic flavours and a vibrant atmosphere to match. With lunch starting at $9.90* treat your tastebuds to flash fried paprika calamari or flaming chorizo. Meeting a friend? Why not try their signature chorizo and chicken paella – it won’t disappoint!
We are falling pho Mr Do’s Vietnamese street food! Bursting with native flavours such as lemongrass, ginger, mint, Saigon cinnamon, chilli and fresh herbs, is there anything Vietnamese can’t do? Whether you desire a crunchy Banh Mi, a delicate rice paper-roll or comforting pho, we’ve got you covered.
Journey through China without ever leaving Westfield Carindale – at Yum Cha, you’ll feel a world away. Baskets of dumplings, fluffy pork buns, beef tendon and mango pancakes for dessert are just a few of our favourites. Bring yourself, bring your friends or bring your extended family, Yum Cha’s banquet will have you walking (or rolling) out the door with your belts undone.
Japanese food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world – I mean who doesn’t love sushi? With a mouth-watering selection of non-stop freshly rolled sushi circling around a train, Ginga Restaurant will satisfy all your sushi cravings.
Ginga also specialises in modern Japanese dishes including Udon Noodles, Bento, Yakimono and Tempura. We recommend the Karaage Udon – its lip smackin’ good!
To wash everything down, why not try the new drink craze that is bubble tea at Gong Cha. This Taiwanese brew is served cold and comes in an array of colours, flavours and if you’re feeling adventurous add some pearls for a chewy treat. If you’re a first timer start with a Pearl Milk Tea and if flavours your middle name then you can’t go past the Passionfruit Green Tea.
Looking for the best car park to access the Glasshouse dining precinct? Entre via Carindale Street south bound and take the first entry into the centre after the roundabout – this will place you in the Yellow Car Park B1. Enter after 5:30pm any day for free parking all night.
The Glasshouse dining precinct is open 7 days a week.