Ladies and Gentlemen!
Get ready to cure that grumbling belly with the news of the opening of the Harvest Buffet in The Star. Formerly the Garden Buffet, the newly renovated 500-seat restaurant features five live food stations offering a selection of international cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
A feast for the senses, the new Harvest Buffet is spearheaded by The Star’s talented Executive Chef, Uday Huja and Chef de Cuisine Jean Moutou, supported by international cuisine speciality chefs who have been appointed to oversee each live cooking station.
“Harvest Buffet is an eclectic mix of fresh international dishes from crispy roast pork belly, traditional naan, sushi to stone fired pizzas, there is something to tantalise all tastes. These dishes are expertly prepared each day to showcase the spectacular seasonal produce available in Australia,” said Mr Huja.
With tonnes of delicious options to choose from menu highlights include succulent Peking duck prepared in the double-sided duck oven, fresh high-grade sirloin beef cooked over live flames on the Parilla grill, tender Indian garlic chicken skewers and naan bread roasted in the tandoori oven and delivered straight to the table.
If you’re in it for the sweets, have no fear! The delectable dessert station features three large chocolate fountains, self-serve gelato and soft ice cream machines, and a variety of hand-crafted cakes and pastries including retro classics such as bread and butter pudding (our favourite) and home-style baked apple pie.
On weekends diners can also indulge in unlimited fresh seafood including Sydney Rock oysters, prawns, Alaskan snow crab, Queensland spanner crab, mussels, clams and Petuna Tasmanian salmon.
Harvest Buffet is located on Level 1 of the Astral Residences and is open to the general public and guests of The Darling and Astral Tower. Prices range from $38 to $48.90 for adults and $19 to $22 for children aged five to 12.
The seafood buffet is available for dinner on Friday and Saturday, and lunch and dinner on Sunday, with prices ranging from $48.90 to $69.90 for adults and $22 for children aged five to 12. Children four and under eat free.