They’ve been in Penrith, St Marys and Cranebrook. Now, the newest Murrays Sandwich Shop location has officially opened in Emu Plains.
Hola, foodies and fiesta lovers! We’ve got some sizzling news for you.
Penrith is about to welcome its second Bunker venue!
We're looking back in time and name five Penrith restaurants from the past we're desperate to eat at one more time...
Penrith charcoal chicken restaurant El Jannah is closed after a fire broke out in an electric motor last week.
Betty's Burgers is coming to Westfield Penrith.
After seven years in Penrith, Burger Head has announced the closure of its Henry Street outlet.
Long-standing Penrith Indian restaurant Taj of the Valley has announced it will close its doors next weekend.
Upscale restaurant Marcel Bar and Bistro is set to transform Penrith's dining scene with a dazzling showcase of the region’s produce, design and history.
Everything you know and love about The Bunker will soon be available straight to your door, so you can get the amazing Bunker experience at home.
Glenmore Park’s Asian Pearl Chinese Restaurant will close its doors next month.
The much-anticipated launch of The Orchard is fast approaching, and the exciting recruitment phase of the process is underway.
Penrith City Council has approved a Development Application (DA) for three fast food outlets with drive-through facilities in Claremont Meadows.
When it comes to comfort, it doesn’t get much better than a delicious hot chocolate in winter. Luckily, some of the best can be found right here in Penrith.
The iconic Kingswood Hotel is getting set for a drastic overhaul after Penrith City Council approved a Development Application worth almost $70 million.
Taking part in Dry July doesn't mean you have to compromise on a night out, or a delicious drink.
Despite reports claiming there has been a decline in pie sales since the pandemic, Penrith locals are still consuming the meat and pastry delight in big numbers.
Penrith's C Spot Café, which is located in Elizabeth Arcade on High Street, will close its doors later this month - unless a new owner can be found.
They say the customer is always right and that’s been proven at one of Penrith’s most popular restaurants.
High Street Social appears to have poured its last beer - with the landlord of the Penrith CBD venue taking possession of the premises.