Lovers of a schnitzel on the northside are going to be seriously spoiled for choice soon.
Last week, Rockpool Dining Group announced they’re expanding into South Australia for the first time, opening The Bavarian at the new development at Tea Tree Plaza.
And now schnitzel chain Schnitz has announced they’re also moving into the shopping centre’s new dining precinct.
It will be the first South Australia store for the casual eatery, which serves pan-fried, hand-cooked schnitzels that are cooked to their meticulous specifications (and with a secret crumb recipe).
The family owner chain was founded by Polish immigrant Roman Dyduk, and the first Schnitz opened in Melbourne in 2007. They now have more than 70 restaurants across the country.
Adelaide’s Schnitz will seat 100 and will be open from 10am until late seven days.
Both venues will be in the new dining and entertainment precinct on Level 1 of Westfield Tea Tree Plaza, expected to open in late October.