Place name food for thought

Open: The newly-opened dining precinct at Stockland, Wetherill Park.

Open: The newly-opened dining precinct at Stockland, Wetherill Park.

FAIRFIELD residents have a chance to name the newly-opened dining precinct at Stockland, Wetherill Park.

Last week Stockland unveiled the first piece of their $222 million redevelopment with a new restaurant laneway between Polding Street and Hoyts that will feature an all-weather butterfly awning for alfresco dining, coloured lighting and external heating and gardens.

When the restaurant laneway is completed later this year, it will become home to the first Jamie's Ministry of Food in NSW.

Stockland's development manager Justin Travlos said the laneway was just a taste of what was to come.

"Our customers in this part of western Sydney are fanatical about good food, so we're giving them an early taste of the things to come at Stockland Wetherill Park as we work to deliver a bigger, better restaurant, retail and entertainment centre," he said.

"Our restaurant laneway will be the focal point for the preparation and enjoyment of good food."

Mr Travlos said he was keen for community members to share their suggestions about what they should call the new dining precinct.

"A great many of our customers have lived in the area since the centre opened more than 30 years ago, so they're part of our history, just as Stockland is part of theirs," he said.

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