After an extensive re-vamp, The Burwood Hotel has emerged as the newest destination for hungry inner west locals looking for a relaxed dining experience.
The extensive renovations have introduced not only a spacious new dining room but also The Burwood Eating House, a casual venue with an East Meets West menu offering. Think Asian-style share dishes like Korean fried chicken drumsticks, pork belly or spicy chicken katsu bao, dumplings, and spring rolls, paired with a carefully crafted lychee caprioska or ginger and lemongrass mojito.
For those looking for more of a pub-style feed, the menu also offers some classic bistro dishes that are sure to be a feast for both your eyes and belly. Devour an expertly cooked rump, NY strip or Angus rib eye steak, creative salad, or a delicious burger, before washing them down with a refreshing pint of craft beer.
The drinks menu also goes beyond craft beer to include a selection of sparkling, white, rose and red wines, as well as non-alcoholic cocktails, coffee and Chinese tea.
For locals who are hoping to make this a regular haunt, the venue will be offering events and specials restricted to those who can show them a 2134 postcode on their ID. You’ll be reaping the rewards with a discounted meal and drink combo or a monthly prize draw.
Located in the heart of Burwood’s bustling main street, the new and improved Burwood Hotel is a much-needed oasis for those not wanting to venture closer to the CBD. It joins the collection of locally focused venues that are changing the face of pubs, one schooner at a time.