On Friday, 16 December, Westfield Penrith opened the doors to its new casual dining and entertainment precinct as part of a $33 million investment with casual dining, fresh food, and entertainment venues Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq and Holey Moley, just in time for Christmas.
In a first for Western Sydney, Westfield Penrith welcomed Funlab’s highly anticipated Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq and Holey Moley on Riley Street for families and customers of all ages to enjoy during the school holidays and beyond.
Alongside this, Hanaromart Asian supermarket has opened its first Sydney-based store bringing the best Korean and Asian food products and groceries. Customers can also stop for a bite to eat across the day and into the night with new casual dining retailers Smiling Dumplings and Noodles, Thai Thae and Sushi Bar Jin now open, and No 1 Malatang opening in time for Christmas.
Bringing local customers more choice and convenience and rounding out the precinct, a brand-new Coles and Liquorland are now open offering fresh food and local drinks for festive entertaining.
Scentre Group Centre Manager Westfield Penrith, Matilde Princiotta “We’re thrilled to be welcoming customers to our new Coles, casual dining, and entertainment precinct with retailers we know will be a hit with the local community. Westfield Penrith continues to be a place for our customers to connect with family and friends, with even more on offer now with the addition these new retailers.”
Westfield Penrith will also offer extended trade right up until Christmas, including the new precinct, providing flexibility and convenience for busy customers.