A Fresh Look at the MLC Centre Food Court

Cafes, Eat, Sydney / 23 September 2015
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A Fresh Look at the MLC Centre Food Court

Cafes, Eat, Sydney / 23 September 2015

Casual dining in Sydney’s CBD has hit new heights, with the reveal of the new, edgy MLC Centre Food Court. 
Having undergone an $11 million nip and tuck, the food court has 12 new retailers, five updated fit-outs and a sleek new interior. Fresh additions to the centre include Lok Lok Dumpling Bar, Chicken schnitzel and addictive chip specialists Schnitz, French newcomers Bonjour Crêpes, Costi’s Famous Fish Co, healthy and delicious Top Juice and new vego options at Gozleme Co.
We recently road test the new MLC Centre Food Court and as far as food courts go were were blown away by the range…and they haven’t even finished yet!
We also noticed a strong trend towards healthier options with plenty of fresh juices and salads available.
Highlights included the chips from Schnitz- we’re obsessed! They also do a really nice chicken schnitzel salad (there’s that healthy option again). The scallop dumplings at Lok Lok were great for a quick bite and we really enjoyed the mango and kale smoothie at paleo friendly cafe Thr1ve.
We saw Sumo Salad like we’ve never seen it before. Forget chain restaurants, this one looks like a premium, bespoke salad bar. We’re told this is Sumo Salad Green Label (code word for super fancy). You can order pre-made salads or design your own. You can also opt to add protein like slow cooked pork or lamb.
There are a few new juice bars, each with fresh produce and interesting flavours. Or if you are looking for something a bit sweeter, Bonjour Crepes Australia or Cafe Chocolat have got you covered with a range of heavenly treats.
If your head is spinning from too many options, you can’t go wrong with a simple sandwich. Cafes like Deli Ziosa and Ccino’s are still available. Pearsons Florists have been practicing for over 35 years and they too have had some renovations. Plus, there are more changes still to come with the IGA Romeos Food Hall set to open later in the year.
In November, the MLC will welcome the second instalment of Neil Perry’s Burger Project, as part of their complete transformation. Neil Perry’s arrival makes the MLC Food Court one of the most exciting places for lunch in Sydney CBD.
Loving the sound of the new and improved MLC Food Court? Well, now they are offering you a chance to Win Lunch for a Whole Year! More details at their website.

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