Emerald Square

Emerald Square is a glittering gem in Burwood’s crown. Luke finds out what all the fuss is about in this fabulous foodie and entertainment precinct.

Hong Kong has a reputation as a foodie capital of the world. And bringing these unique flavours to Burwood, in a very cool setting, is the Kowloon Cafe! Located within Burwood’s Emerald Square, the Kowloon Cafe celebrates the unique cuisine of Hong Kong, in a diner that resembles a streetscape in Hong Kong. Highlight dishes include the Hong Kong style super thick French toast, with lashings of condensed milk, and Hong Kong’s famous pineapple buns. On the savoury front, there’s the pork chop with spaghetti and cheese that’s an east-meets-west culinary delight!

From the busy and colourful streets of Kowloon, to a restaurant that is pure zen! Rengaya Casual Dining, also located within the Emerald Square precinct, is a stylish, family-friendly eatery. It’s also one of the country’s very first Japanese barbeque restaurants. Serve yourself the finest produce, at the buffet, and then cook your own meal – to your liking – at your table.

Emerald Square is a dining, shopping and a games precinct too. KOKO Amusement is a video arcade, on steroids. With a huge variety of games. It’s an epi-centre of family fun. With thirty pool tables, and four snooker tables, City Heroes Pool & Billiards is heaven for amateurs and pool sharks alike. And if you’re after a more up-market gaming experience, make sure you swing into One Third Bowling Darts Bar.

Burwood Council

Emerald Square

Kowloon Cafe

Rengaya Casual Dining

KOKO Amusement

City Heroes Pool & Billiards

One Third Bowling Darts Bar