Mason & Main’s ‘Eat Street’ set to put Merrylands on the food map

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The Merrylands food scene is about to get a little more delicious with the announcement of its exciting new ‘Eat Street’ tenants, set to deliver a superior new dining precinct to Sydney’s west this September.

The new dining hub within Coronation Property’s Mason & Main development will see inner-city food favourites Macelleria, Peanut Butter Bar, Yuzu Dining, San Churro and Oakberry open their doors alongside a range of innovative new locally inspired eateries including Mase & Co, Hayat Turkish and Iftar Lebanese - to create a true ‘destination dining’ experience in the heart of the revitalised Merrylands CBD.

Founder of Macelleria, Peter Zaidan said, “We have a strong Western Sydney customer base who regularly travels to our Newtown and Bondi stores, we’re thrilled to offer those regulars a local option that they can share with their family and friends.”

“Not only is the location very central with plenty of parking options and close to public transport but we’re very excited about the opportunity to help put Merrylands on the food map,” he continued.

Macelleria will offer a large selection of high-grade meat cuts, signature sausages, skewers, and burgers. While poultry, seafood, vegetarian options, and freshly baked bread on the premises, round out the menu.

Coronation Property’s Owner, Joe Nahas, said the team was delighted to welcome such a high calibre of retail tenants to Mason & Main.

“We see ‘Eat Street’ as a significant opportunity to bring Mason & Main residents, the local community, families and friends together in a shared experience that’s usually reserved for the inner-city. Our vision is to introduce diverse dining options to Merrylands, for everyone to enjoy.”

GIF4Rosemary Georges and Maria Moussa, Co-owners of local Mase Café on McFarlane Street, are excited to open a second site within Mason & Main’s ‘Eat Street’.

Already popular with locals, the new Mase & Co restaurant will offer a modern style menu with a Mediterranean twist, including a fully functional bar with an impressive range of wines, beers, spirits and cocktails.

“We are delighted to join ‘Eat Street’ and expand on our existing café which has been successfully operating in Merrylands for the past five years - this is doing wonderful things for the local area, and we wanted to be a part of that,” Rosemary said.

‘Eat Street’ is part of Mason & Main’s 9,000 sqm dining and retail precinct, comprising more than 25 retail occupants including the first One Playground gym to open in Western Sydney, a childcare centre as well as beauty and health services.

Mason & Main features 434 Build-to-Rent (BTR) and 415 Build-to-Sell (BTS) apartments, in studio, 1-, 2- and 3-bed configurations. Designed by global architects Woods Bagot, the project offers premium resident amenities such as a resort-style swimming pool, rooftop gardens and a sauna. BTR residents also have access to the friendly onsite resident services team as well as private dining rooms, cinema rooms and co-working spaces.

Tenants within ‘Eat Street’ are scheduled to open their doors from September this year.