Food guide: appealing to everyone’s dietary needs
Picture this, your group of girlfriends have finally found a date in the calendar where you are all free from commitments, work and the kids after months of suggestions in the group chat. Now, where to go? One girlfriend is trying a new vegan diet, another is gluten free- suddenly you see your dining options disappearing before your eyes. We have all been there, but fear not! Here we have some options for all dietary restrictions at Westfield Sydney.
Located on level 5, this expansive menu has somethign for everone- vegetarians included! When lunching at Fratelli Fresh, the pea, mint and goats cheese risotto is a must!
Located on level 1, New Shanghai offers authentic Chinese cuisine at its best. Pescatarians shouldn't go passed the prawn dumplings followed up by the stir fried clams with X.O sauce.
You will find Grill'd up on level 6, with a new incredibly delicious vegan cheeseburger added to their menu. the clean and green salad is also not to be gone passed.
Located opposite Fratelli on level 5, Sake junior is great for lunch on the go. Creating your own food powls, you can choose between a huge range of proteins and vegetables- the oven baked brussels sprouts are to die for.
Located next to Guzman and Gomez on level 5, Iku offers a wide range of delicious and hearty meals tasting like they were cooked by your grandma (if your grandma was an incredible chef). For vegans I would highly recommend the Minestrone served with some brown rice, it is particularly warming for the cooler months.