The Green, Central Park’s Food & Beverage Precinct, consists of nine eateries with expansive outdoor seating zones, surrounded by a vast landscaped recreational plaza.
The precinct has been established as a public space that can accommodate an array of activities, featuring a large outdoor digital screen, pop ups, events, play zone, BBQ area and more.
Additional amenities include:
Accessible connectivity to all public realm areas
WCs (including accessible and baby change facilities)
Cycle parking (including electric bike charging)
Grab some good and drinks with friends, and enjoy the atmosphere under the covered seating zones. It’s all play for the kids; we’ve dedicated this area as the Play Zone. You will also find our latest pop ups and food trucks in this space.
Al fresco dining just off the adjacent bar and kitchen – right amongst all the action. Enjoy the big screen under the festoon lights.
Puka Street Deck
Whether it’s dumplings, sushi or a delicious salad, the Puka Street Deck is your place for dine-in or grab-and-go eats.
Whether it’s the Melbourne Cup or Movies in the Park, grab one of our bean bags and pick a spot on The Lawn.
Happy Boy Eatery, also known as Auckland’s Neon Paradise, is serving up some of the hottest Asian fusion dishes in the area including their own spin on classic burgers, Happy Boy Eatery’s famous Baogers.
Wing It, in conjunction with Happy Boy Eatery, is adding to the offering with all things chicken wings and more.
Little Green serves fresh, nutritious and wholesome food with options for every food preference. Offering a range of healthy juices, smoothies, lunch options, treats and great coffee, it’s easy to eat well.
Rolling Pin Dumplings
The Rolling Pin creates healthy, delicious, handmade dumplings served with a colourful and crunchy Asian slaw and a homemade chili sauce.
The Rolling Pin creates for the lunch-crowd, for weddings, for special events and for private functions.
Illustrating the emerging influence Asia has on modern Japanese cuisine, the U Sushi menu features a fusion of traditional Japanese dishes with modern innovative trends.