$160 million food area to open at Robina Town Centre

Food lovers are today rejoicing with news Robina Town Centre is set to open a new food playground at the shopping centre late this year.

Called The Kitchens, the $160 million development will see the arrival of 55 new retailers from fresh food retailers, to cafes, bars and restaurants.

Foodies will also be able to sharpen their culinary skills through a series of tastings, workshops and master-classes to be held in the new area.


Curator of The Kitchens, Mr Daniel West, said the new area will stir up the Gold Coast’s culinary landscape. “Globally inspired but locally focused, The Kitchens will unite our community through a shared love of food as we take consumers on a culinary journey of discovery.”

Artist impression of The Kitchens. PHOTO: Supplied by Robina Town Centre

Artist impression of The Kitchens. PHOTO: Supplied by Robina Town Centre

Mr West said The Kitchens would not only showcase a selection of fresh, seasonal produce, cured meats, artisan cheeses, desserts, tea and coffee, fresh juices, raw treats, boutique wines, craft beers, and vegan delights, but also dishes from every corner of the globe. “From South American and Greek street food, to New-York style bagels, Italian wood-fired pizzas, pastas, gelato and wines, traditional Asian dishes, Australian ales and local seafood, the finest flavours of the world will come together to create an unrivalled dining experience for every occasion,” he said.

Mr Glen McAnulty, Centre Manager of Robina Town Centre, commented on the imminent unveiling of the Gold Coast’s newest food playground. “We have shared a rich 20 year history with the Gold Coast and have grown to understand that, for our customers, food is synonymous with celebration and social interaction between family and friends. This enduring passion for great fare and authentic dining experiences was our inspiration behind The Kitchens’ concept and we are thrilled that the community will be at the heart of it, while fresh food will be at its soul,” said Mr McAnulty.

For more information on The Kitchens and Robina Town Centre, visit robinatowncentre.com.au