THE GROOVE TRAIN - SOUTHLAND
Melbourne, Victoria

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Located inside Westfield Southland, The Groove Train is a spirited, casual eatery that is great for a catch up with friends. Contemporary, spacious interiors create a tasteful look and a tranquil atmosphere. The large menu offers a variety of modern Australian, Asian and Mediterranean dishes, as well as wood fired pizza such as Italian sausage and Grooves lamb. A big breakfast menu is also available.
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General info

Address:

1239 Nepean Highway,
Level 2 Shop R203 Wesftield Southland
Cheltenham VIC 3192

Suburb:

Cheltenham

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Cuisine:

Asian, European, Gluten free available, Italian, Mediterranean, Modern Australian, Pizzas, Vegetarian available, Woodfired Cooking

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Specials & Events

This restaurant has not scheduled any event.

Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
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Features

All day dining
Breakfast
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
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Kalen - 8/02/2016
The menu options were not particularly inspired. Perhaps Groove Train, once well-intentioned has gone off the rails, and become stuck in a rut? I chose the insipid, curiously flavourless mushroom risotto; my partner had the desiccated mixed grill. The chips, however, were acceptable - once we added a dollop of tomato sauce. I am aware that risotto cooked-to-order can be a hard ask. Harder still were the lumps of pre-cooked Arborio rice, reheated and mixed with a variety of limp mushrooms. Once we had been hurried through our meal by the surly wait staff, I went to the register to pay. I was not asked how the meal was, or wished a good evening.