8 New Stores to Visit At Westfield Garden City

There are more options to taste, shop and play with at Westfield Garden City. The centre recently added eight new retailers to cater to the growing needs of Mt Gravatt locals. If you’re looking for new food to try, a wardrobe update, or great new experience, here are the places to visit in the revitalised precinct. 


  • Cinnabon
    Level 2, outside Michael Hill

The rumors are true! America’s famous cinnamon roll bakery, Cinnabon, is now at Westfield Garden City. The store had its grand opening last 15th of Feb, baking a fresh batch of sweet doughy goodness every 30 minutes. 

Photo Credit: Cinnabon Australia/Facebook

  • Chengdu Taste
    Level 2, outdoor dining precinct

This restaurant’s specialty is Sichuan cuisine, which has bold and spicy flavours. Chengdu Taste has a hot pot, dumplings and buns. Its servings are perfect for sharing with a friend and the food is priced affordably. 

Photo Credit: Westfield Garden City/Facebook
  • Sugar Puff
    Level 2, near Timezone

For every sweet tooth hankering for a new dessert or sweet drink to try, there’s Sugar Puff. Featuring Japanese desserts, the food served at this cafe is satisfying and flavourful as well as ornate and Instagrammable. 

Photo Credit: Sugar Puff Cafe Garden City/Facebook
  • Momo Chicken & Beer
    Level 2, near Timezone

This Korean street food-inspired restaurant has been in Queensland since 2014 and opened its doors in Westfield Garden City just before summer in 2019. Momo is open late nights for diners who enjoy a cheerful drink and feast with their friends. The store has takeaways and deliveries.

Photo Credit: Momo Chicken & Beer/Facebook

  • The Moo
    Level 1, near 8 Street

    The Moo serves thirst-quenching yoghurt and rice smoothies. This beverage shop is originally from Sydney and its drink selections are Chinese-inspired.  

Photo Credit: Westfield Garden City/Facebook


  • Dangerfield
    Level 1, opposite Jay Jays

Melbourne’s alternative fashion hive is now in Mt Gravatt. Dangerfield, which opened in Westfield Garden City in December 2019,  features street-style clothes and accessories that cater to the young and carefree generation. 

Photo Credit: Westfield Garden City/Facebook
  • Pavement
    Level 2, near ZARA

Pavement caters to young fashionistas in the ages of eight through 16. The store has a wide array of girls’ clothes, including swimwear, bags, wallets, shoes, sunglasses and accessories. Pavement’s items are ethically-sourced.

Photo Credit: Westfield Garden City/Facebook


  • Cloud 8 Karaoke
    Level 2, beside Timezone

Cloud 8 Karaoke is the very first themed karaoke bar in Brisbane. It has 14 different rooms to accommodate parties both small (maximum of eight people) or large (maximum of 40 people).  

The karaoke song list has a diverse music library so guests can sing their heart out to their favourites. The bar also offers a wide range of drinks, including Japanese wine, Korean soju and other popular drinks around the world. 

Photo Credit: Cloud 8 Karaoke/Facebook

More shops are set to open in the coming months. Check the Westfield Garden City official site for the announcements and updates. 


Mouthwatering Cinnabon Opens New Brisbane Store in Mt Gravatt

Sugar and spice and everything nice. Southside residents, you’re in for a fantastic Valentine’s Day treat! Cinnabon Australia is opening its second Brisbane store at Westfield Garden City on Friday, the 14th of February 2020.

You can finally grab a fresh ‘bon in the oven at the Cinnabon store on the second level of the shopping centre opposite Stefan as early as 8:00 a.m. The U.S. bakery chain is famous for making a fresh batch of its ooey-gooey cinnamon rolls every half-hour so customers always get ’em hot and soft. 

To avoid the long lines on opening day, you may pre-order a CinnaPack online to be picked up at its Westfield Garden City outlet. This pick-up option will be operational any day of the week so you’re free to choose a convenient date beginning 14 Feb.  

Photo Credit: Cinnabon Australia/Facebook

CinnaPacks come in a box of four or nine (MiniBons) and you can choose from the following flavours:

  • Cinnabon Classics
  • Caramel PecanBon
  • Mixed Cinnabon
  • ChocoBon

Queensland company Bansai Group is responsible for bringing the famous cinnamon buns to Australia. The company opened its first Brisbane store at the Toombul Shopping Centre in Nundah just before Christmas in 2019. It plans to open 50 more stores all over Australia in the next five years.

As with its first Brisbane store, Cinnabon Westfield Garden City offers coffee, frappes and heaps of sinfully sweet drinks to pair with the food. Check the official site for its trading hours.

Cinnabon Rolls In Mt Gravatt, 3 Other Brisbane Sites

American bakery chain store Cinnabon, best known for its cinnamon rolls, is opening its first four sites in Brisbane. The Mt Gravatt outlet is reportedly set to begin trading in January 2020 at Westfield Garden City on Kessels Road.

Bansal Group, operated by a Queensland family company, is bringing the franchise Down Under by rolling out its first four outlets in Brisbane’s north, south and west. Aside from Westfield Garden City, Cinnabon Australia stores will also rise at Nundah’s Toombul Shopping Center, Westfield Chermside and Mt Ommaney Centre. 

Cinnabon Australia’s Facebook Page confirmed the bakery’s opening in Nundah before Christmas and the Mt Gravatt outlet by January. 

Most of these Cinnabon Australia sites will most likely be kiosks vacated by other food outlets. The franchise takes pride in its reputation as a quick-service restaurant that produces fresh baked goods in-house every 30 minutes.

Photo Credit: Cinnabon Australia/Facebook

In January 2019, Bansal Group announced that it will be “opening multiple stores in Brisbane” by the end of the year. According to reports, the company quietly posted several job ads online with “multiple positions available” to prepare for its launch. 

Bansal Group has massive plans to set up 50 stores across the country for the next five years. Company director Gaurav Bansal said that there is a strong market for the famous cinnamon rolls amidst the deluge of doughnuts and muffin stores in Australia.