The recently renovated Westfield Garden City Shopping Centre has become a must-do destination for food lovers. Say hello to Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen, the latest in the quality lineup.

The dining options at the newly renovated Westfield Garden City seem to be ever-increasing. One of the latest additions is Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen, offering a modern, fresh take on traditional Japanese cuisine.

Motto Motto translates to ‘more, more’ and lives up to its name by offering diners a whole lot more than one would expect from standard shopping centre fare.

The space itself is all geometric lines, light wood furnishings and crisp white tables. The walls and benches are in appealing hues of green, blue, orange and brown and there are plants in large glass jars dotted about the room. There are repeated origami patterns throughout and the overall effect is of fresh modernism and sleek simplicity.

The brainchild of William Liu, Motto Motto is a new addition to his stable of eating establishments which includes Sono and Nagomi. So with the high end and takeaway markets covered, Motto Motto slides right down the middle of the road offering high quality, healthy and delicious Japanese dishes but in a more casual dining style. And if the high traffic flowing through the doors is any indication, the diners are loving it.

Look out for their signature innovative dish, the Japanese Rolls — fresh brioche bread rolls with fillings like Wagyu (Wagyu beef, fresh green salad, pickled cucumber, mayonnaise, sweet soy) or Teri-Teri Chicken , Panko Katsu or Crispy Prawn.

There are also more sizeable rice bowls (traditional Japanese donburi) with seven choices currently on offer, plenty of delicious sides and even a small dessert menu.

For those that like a little more control over their meals, you can choose to indulge in their adaptable build-your-own-meal bento boxes.

Make sure you click through the gallery above to see all the photos!

Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen is located at Shop 2011, Westfield Garden City, Upper Mount Gravatt. Open seven days a week from 11am-9.30pm. For more information, check out our dining guide.

What’s your favourite Japanese restaurant in Brisbane? Let us know in the comments below.