Flavour in the fast-lane, coming right up. The wildly popular signature Vietnamese rolls at Saigon Senses are synonymous with the lunch rush. Join the queue, then take your pick from the wide range including caramelised chicken and mouth-watering crackling pork belly. Then just wait until your name is called to receive your freshly-made roll with plenty of time to spare. Short on lunch money? Don’t worry, most of the menu is under $10.
Make the most of your full hour and choose one (or a mix!) of the super-fresh salads at Soul Origin. With ample tables and booths available nearby, take some time to fully relax. Stay connected (or check eBay without guilt!) on your device with Wollongong Central’s Free WiFi. For the active crowd, a visit to Acai Brothers on the lower ground of the Keira building is perfect for a post-yoga or workout smoothie chock full of goodness.
Long live the long lunch! Sometimes, all it takes is a client lunch to cut through all that email chatter. With prompt table service and great buzz all-day, Nadia’s Cafe also boasts prime real estate for people watching with its location on the bridge connecting the Crown and Gateway buildings. Entertaining a serious foodie? We suggest Beast and Bread for a sensational sandwich menu that changes fortnightly. Or, head down to The Kitchen at David Jones Food for a fantastic casual gourmet menu curated by leading chef Neil Perry.