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Bayside Shopping Centre Foodcourt

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by Jody Kimber (subscribe)
Freelance writing. Out of the urban clutter of the East and now situated on the Pittwater.
Published August 16th 2011
There are new foods available at the new Bayside Frankston food hall on level 2 of the Bayside Shopping Centre. Some may say it's been a long time coming and maybe it has. Yet it looks like it's worth it.

If you take the escalator up to level 2, you will find a nice surprise. There is a new dining area with new foods and old favorites available for you, the family, a group of friends, an after school snack or a quick bite.

For women, many who live to shop or feel like they shop all their life, eating is still a necessity. Having more food available makes shopping more time effective. You can now add the Level 2 food court to your shopping list as a place to grab a bite to eat so you can continue shopping. (This is female logic. For men, you just say you're sick of cooking and let them take an extra 1/2 an hour to eat whilst you go on exploring or finish the must needed family shopping expedition.)

The renovations at the Bayside Shopping Centre include this , new food hall on level 2 with over 15 different eateries and 600 plus seats.

Along with McDonalds, Kentucky Fried, Oportos and Subway there are new foods such as the great thai and chinese foods available, kabas, japanese, pancakes and my current favorite Salsa's Mex Grill. You can also get the classic sandwich, roll or foccacia.

There's great coffee and cakes at Romanos and Muffin Break has those lovely large muffins, quiches and lunch foods.

The large windows looking out to the north and an atrium like roof over the central food court area both add an aspect of space and light to the building.

So, next time you're in Frankston, enjoy a quick snack or leisurely lunch. If you work in Frankston now, it's a great place for lunch or a tea break.

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Why? Food is fuel for our bodies.
When: 7 days per week, Bayside opening hours.
Where: 2 Olsen Street, Frankston.
Cost: Snacks from $3 upwards.
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