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Sydney Airport seeks food retailers in phase two of T2 casual dining precinct transformation

Sydney Airport seeks food retailers in phase two of T2 casual dining precinct transformation

As part of the current improvements program at Terminal 2, Sydney Airport invites responses to its request for proposal (RFP) for six new dynamic fast and fresh food kiosks to join the casual dining precinct, enhancing value and choice for passengers, visitors and staff.


The works at T2 will deliver a newly designed food and beverage space within the casual dining precinct and will transform the passenger experience and create a greater level of ambience within the terminal. Expanded seating areas in the precinct will be centrally located to accommodate travellers in a relaxed setting.

The RFP seeks to uncover on-trend food and beverage offerings across a range of fast and fresh categories that cater to the busy domestic traveller, affording them the opportunity to quickly grab something healthy and fresh before they board their flight.

The chosen providers will join T2’s recently announced line-up that includes Chur Burger, SumoSalad Green Label, Hokka Hokka, Roll’d, Mad Mex, Sahara Grill and Red Rooster.

Sydney Airport general manager retail Glyn Williams said the second phase of the T2 casual dining precinct transformation will round out the incredible mix of food brands available at T2 where the passenger experience is paramount.

“Since announcing stage one of the works at the T2 casual dining precinct in March, we’ve had an incredible response from passengers on the food brands coming into this space. Everyone is genuinely excited about the new offering that sits perfectly within the heart of Australia’s busiest airport terminal,” Williams said.

“The new RFP offers an exceptional opportunity for compelling fast and fresh food brands to be part of this food and dining transformation at T2 and forms part of the wider redevelopment plan for Sydney Airport in 2015 and 2016.”

For more details on the T2 food and beverage RFP process, visit