Re-Discover the Deliciousness of District Dining in Chatswood

19 June, 2020

There are so many food choices that you may need a few days…or weeks!

With easing restrictions at play and food courts now allowed to be open, the District Dining precinct is bursting at the seams with delicious and exciting foods to explore. From wood fired pizzas to fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes, there is something to satisfy even the fussiest of diners right in the heart of Chatswood.

The General’s waiting for your return

What could be described as Chatswood’s coolest and premium dining/bar experience, General Chao is back and offering a set menu that’s drool-tastic. Offering superb value at $65 per person for a whopping SEVEN different dishes, this is one dining experience you don’t want to miss. The menu changes weekly, so head to the website to see what the clever chefs are dishing up and make a booking.

New kids on the block Chang An’s nod to noodles

The newest addition to the District Dining precinct boasts fresh in house made noodles coated in delicious broths and sauces. Slurp up some beef noodles in their traditional yellow soup for a delicious warming dish, and at $12.80 it won’t break the bank! Feeling like trying something different? Try the fried gluten wire – a delicious crispy snack coated in a sticky sweet vinegary sauce.

Wood fired pizzas for the win!

In exciting news, our favourite Italian go to,  Stretch Italian is reopening and serving piping hot pizzas straight from their wood fired oven! Perfect for an easy lunch or family dinner, there house made pizza dough and Aussie produce makes for a tasty no fuss meal.

Spice is nice at China Chilli

Warm up from the inside out with China Chilli’s range of delicious winter warmers. Their Kung Pao chicken with red pepper and peanuts packs a delicious punch, along with the stir fried vermicelli in XO sauce that’s filled with warm chilli flavour. Feel like you’re not up to the chilli challenge? Try the braised eggplant in sweetened soup, or the tea smoked half duck with a side of stir fried baby bok choi and some fish roe fried rice. Cue hungry belly rumbles!

Delicious desserts at Gram Cafe

After you have satisfied your hunger, finish strong with the deliciously light pancakes at Gram Cafe. It’s a fine art to prepare these fluffy discs of joy, with the chefs all trained in Japan to ensure they are delivering the goods on point, every time. Served with whipped butter and syrup, there’s always room for this dessert, no matter how full you think you are!

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