And now Westfield Tea Tree Plaza has revealed what else is going into the brand new $50 million dining and entertainment precinct.
American institution TGI Friday’s will open their second South Australian store, serving up share plates, ribs, steaks, and burgers, and they’ll be joined by healthy burger chain Grill’d.
Also opening is Caffe Primo, Zitto, Bangkok Boulevard Thai, Jarn Leva Vietnamese, plus yum cha and dumpling bar Tang Song.
The whole precinct, including all of the restaurants, will officially open on October 25.
As well as the nine new restaurants, the shopping centre will also boast South Australia’s first HOYTS LUX cinemas, which has powered recliner seats in all cinemas, and a bespoke dine-in menu created by Manu Feildel.
The precinct will be opening with four days of celebrations across the entire centre – head to westfield.com.au/teatreeplaza for all the deets.