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With exotic and contemporary dining options, Burswood Entertainment Complex o ers exceptional
venues for any corporate or private function.
You could be forgiven for thinking you d stepped
into the middle of the Orient, or perhaps even
a swanky Soho bar, but no, this is the ultimate
in private dining at Burswood Entertainment
Yú and (A)LURE are Burswood s two premium-
dining options, both offering elegance and versatility.
From the handmade carpet, through to the
Asian artefacts, attention to detail is at the highest
level at Yú. The opulent interior features rich
wood carvings, delicate silk detailing and striking
Three private dining rooms offer unforgettable
settings, with two overlooking the Swan River
while another offers absolute seclusion and
privacy. Each dining room can cater for a
minimum of 10 up to a maximum of 16 to 20.
Experience contemporary Cantonese cuisine
at its finest -- with more than 25 years experience,
Chef de Cuisine Pat Cheong and his team ensure
each dish is exotic and presented as a work-of-art.
For a more contemporary and sleek setting,
head to (A)LURE.
The restaurant, with its wall of windows
overlooking the river, is sectioned behind decorative
screens and furnished with timber tables.
The venue is perfect for a range of functions
and can accommodate parties of 10 up to 200.
The private dining room is decorated with
fabric walls and black chandeliers. It also has a
private deck that leads down to the pool and spa
area. The space can seat up to 25 people.
(A)LURE s main dining room can
accommodate up to 85 while the lounge bar can
hold up to 200 standing.
To complement the stunning setting,
(A)LURE s Chef de Cuisine, Sean Marco, creates
modern Australian cuisine while utilising the
finest local produce.
BURSWOOD - (A)LURE AND YÚ
Perth Metro Restaurant
Burswood - (A)LURE and Yú
With views of the Swan River
and hotel pool, (A)LURE is the
perfect venue for any occasion.
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