Lots of new restaurants and cafes opening at Mandurah Forum

An artist’s impression of the food court in the outdoor area.
An artist’s impression of the food court in the outdoor area.

FOODIES are in for a treat when eateries Ribs & Burgers, Sporting Globe Bar & Grill, Rolld, Zambrero and Cocolat open at Mandurah Forum on March 22.

Situated in the centre’s new indoor-outdoor food court and alfresco casual dining precinct, the range of cafes and restaurants will provide the region with a new destination for dining, entertainment and relaxation.

Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie said the new offering would make Mandurah Forum the region’s go-to place for catching up and connecting with friends and family.

“With extended opening hours in the dining precinct and a new line-up of dining options, I believe this will be a hub for families to relax and enjoy,” she said.

“Offering everything in one location with a new alfresco casual dining precinct, food court with indoor-outdoor play areas and fresh food market hall, we’re thrilled to offer the community an everyday oasis to shop, feast and connect right on their doorstep.”

Retailers opening in the food court include Chicken n Fish, Skewerz, Bucking Bull, Sun Forum, Mochachos Chicken Fiesta, Hogs Express, BHOJ, Three Grains, Matsu Sushi, Cherubs Cucina, Freshii, PJ Fresh & Healthy, Shingle Inn and Jamaica Blue.

Retailers opening in the alfresco casual dining precinct include Anatolya Fine Turkish, Sakaba, Tao Cafe and Cocolat.