Your guide to the UTS Central food court
In just a couple of months, the new UTS Central food court will be expanding your on-campus mealtime horizons. And we can finally reveal what’s on the menu!
Destined to be the new campus culinary hot spot when UTS Central opens in August, the level 3 food court will have seating for 440 with a range of benches, booths and tables inside, plus an outdoor terrace on Alumni Green.
The food court will kick some sustainability goals while also satisfying your tastebuds. Each fit-out features sustainable materials, helping the building achieve its 5-Star Green Star target, while a range of single-use plastic items have been completely eliminated and replaced with reusable or certified compostable alternatives.
With eight different outlets offering meals, snacks and drinks, you may never need to eat off campus again.
Here's what you can look forward to.
Known for their authentic Malaysian hawker food favourites, PappaRich are bringing their trademark roti, rice and noodle dishes to UTS, as well as Malaysian snacks and dumplings. Open for lunch and dinner.
Stock Market Kitchen
The place to invest in pasta, sandwiches, salads and soups made from fresh seasonal produce. For early risers there’ll be a breakfast menu with porridge, fruit salad, toast and more, as well as espresso coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Did somebody say buy, buy, buy?!
Si senor! Nachos, tacos, burritos, quesadillas and ensaladas (Mexican style salads) are all on the menu for lunch and dinner, with breakfast burritos available from 10am to kick start the day. Churros and other Latin-style desserts will hit the sweet spot.
Bubble tea has made it to UTS. This Asian-style tea drink comes in milky and fruity varieties. If you want a twist on the regular brew, you can opt for hot, sparkling or frozen versions of different flavours. A drink for all seasons – with a handy touchscreen out front to make your order.
Terrace on the Green
A new on-campus café with a sleek industrial fit-out, featuring internal seating and direct access to the new terrace space on Alumni Green. Run by ActivateUTS, the café will offer a full breakfast menu from 7am, before shifting to salad and poke bowls, soup, sandwiches and protein plates for lunch and dinner. ActivateUTS will also operate the coffee cart outside the UTS Library on level 7, which will open later this year.
But it’s not just sushi. On top of sushi rolls and sushi boxes you’ll find quick and healthy Japanese dishes like dumplings, noodles, rice bowls and tempura. The drinks menu includes hot green tea, coconut water and kombucha.
The Little Roaster
An early morning go-to for those in need of a caffeine hit, The Little Roaster is another campus outlet for the team who run the Universal café in the DAB building. The espresso bar will offer a breakfast menu, including café staples like toast, bacon and egg rolls, and pastries, as well as sandwiches, salads and lunch bowls later in the day.
Last – but very definitely not least! Your favourite old-school kebabs, burgers, pizzas and pides will be moving to an all-new location in UTS Central. Uni Bros will be open for lunch and dinner – or for a mid-arvo snack of the best hot chips in Sydney.
The Marketplace food court in the Tower will be closing around the time that the new food court opens. But don’t forget that there’ll be direct access to the UTS Central food court from the Tower at level 3 (just near the Towers café) as well as from Alumni Green.
Some details may change prior to opening but we’ll update you as needed before the food court launches in August.