How do you decide where to shop for your groceries? For most people it is all about proximity. There are probably people out there who have raging loyalties to Coles or Woolworths (more so now with their Everyday Rewards and Flybuys loyalty programs) but most people shop at which ever is closest I'd guess. But what if food shopping was more than just a quick in and out to get the groceries?
Many people don't wish to do grocery shopping and other shopping at the same time and so they don't go to Westfield or other large complexes to mix food buying with other more entertaining shopping. Well, there's a nice new competitor for the discerning grocery shopper who wants more than just the groceries but less stress than a large shopping centre. It's Pasadena Green.
Whether you want to eat right away, take it home and eat or prepare something later Pasadena Green has you covered. With Foodland for you main shopping - it has a really good range of organic produce compared to other supermarkets and a large cheese selection too.
The Cutting Station Hairdresser where on the occasion I visited it was spur of the moment so I didn't have an appointment. The lady there was very nice and friendly so it wasn't a problem. Then there's a Linh Chi nails a beauty, Pasadena Medical, Eyes and Vision Optometrists and a 24-Fit gym.
For a more fun kind of shopping there's a Dan Murphy's, Target Urban and even a Flight Centre to help you if you're thinking of taking off somewhere. There's Ned's if you're after a knick-knack and there's even a service station on site if you need some petrol.
The centre itself is nice and modern and with over 450 car-parks and most of them undercover there's plenty of room. So why not give Pasadena Green a go next time and try to take the bore out of food shopping.