New food precinct offering range of cuisines
A brand new food hub is set to launch at Belmont Forum, offering up a world of cuisines to explore.
The dining precinct will open its doors on Wednesday, April 5, as part of the shopping centre’s $65 million refurbishment project.
Fans of Mexican fare are in luck, as popular restaurant Guzman Y Gomez is holding a free burrito day to coincide with the grand opening.
The precinct will also be home to WA’s first Schnitz, serving up handmade, pancooked schnitzels; yum cha restaurant Canton Lane, from the owners of Canton Bay in Northbridge; and Sakaba, a Japanese casual dining restaurant with fresh, madeto-order dishes.