Dosa Hut opens first Gold Coast store

Indian restaurant chain Dosa Hut has opened its first Gold Coast store at Crestwood Plaza in the central part of the region.

The 165sqm store in Molendinar will offer both dine-in and takeaway options.

The Melbourne-based chain, which already has restaurants across Victoria, New South Wales, and the Australian Capital Territory, said the Gold Coast store is the 20th location for the group.

Tanaka Jabangwe, Knight Frank associate director of retail leasing, negotiated the five-year lease. He said Dosa Hut had been looking for the right opportunity to open a store in the growing Gold Coast region for some time before leasing the Crestwood Plaza space.

“Dosa Hut was seeking a central location in a suburban catchment with ease of access to major road networks, and Crestwood Plaza fit the bill in every aspect,” Jabangwe said.

“The convenience centre is situated on Olsen Avenue, which is a very busy thoroughfare with plenty of traffic passing estimated at circa 57,000 cars daily, which offered great exposure for the restaurant.”

A Dosa Hut spokesperson said the location offered a perceived geographical centre to service both the northern catchment and parts of southern Gold Coast with ease.

“We are confident in our food and believe the Gold Coast will appreciate the quality, authentic Indian food we have on offer.”

Crestwood Plaza convenience centre fronts the Crestwood Heights residential estate, is adjacent to Bunnings Warehouse and opposite Griffith University’s future development land. 

The centre features over 190 car parks, a full line Supa IGA as anchor tenant and 17 other specialty stores.

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