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SKY-HIGH BUFFET IS BACK AT SYDNEY TOWER


SkyFeast at Sydney Tower is reverting to buffet with unlimited seafood and more 

If your family has ever starved before an all-you-can-eat buffet or you’ve perfected the piling  of a plate, this one is for you. SkyFeast at Sydney Tower is switching back to an all-you-can eat buffet, some 82 floors up in the air. 

Following a $12-million refurbishment of the Sydney Tower Dining precinct last year, SkyFeast  head chef Stefan Schröder is in charge of the kitchen, bringing with him two decades of  experience across five-star hotels, luxury cruises and restaurants throughout Europe and  Australia. Guests can help themselves to more than 30 dishes across 11 sections as the  restaurant completes a full rotation every 1.5 hours. Buffet enthusiasts know that the key is  to pace oneself. 

Perhaps start with the unlimited cold seafood selection, at no extra cost. Sydney Rock oysters  are there for the slurping, alongside tiger prawns, poached blue swimmer crab, cold-smoked  ocean trout and more. Antipasto is up next, whether dips or sliced cold cuts, while on  weekends you might prefer to skip straight to sushi.  

Hot dishes at SkyFeast are a culinary trip around the world, from Marrakesh-style lamb korma  with raisins, to stir-fried hokkien noodles, to grilled ‘roo marinated in native thyme. That’s  before you get to the cavery, where whole roast beef is ladled with cognac and pepper sauce  and honey-glazed turkey is served with sides such as truffled cauliflower bake.  

Anyone who grew up celebrating the buffet knows that dessert is a second-stomach scenario.  Think salted caramel and chocolate tarts with hazelnut praline and dark chocolate rocky road  brownies, through to Persian love cake and khanom chan, Thailand’s steamed coconut and  pandan slice. 

Kids are also well catered for with tempura fish bites and tartare sauce, spring rolls, chicken  nuggets and steak-cut chips. Those between three and 12 years old eat free Monday to  Thursday for lunch and dinner, as well as on their birthday. Adults are not forgotten and will  be receiving their first drink on the house. 

Long live the buffet.

SkyFeast at Sydney Tower 

Westfield Sydney, Level 4/108 Market St, Sydney 

ph: 1300 391 808 

w: skyfeastsydneytower.com.au 

ig: @skyfeastsydneytower 

fb: @SkyFeastSydneyTower 

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Lunch 

Monday to Friday: $70pp | Window Table Package $90pp 

Saturday to Sunday: $80pp | Window Table Package $100pp 

Kids $35pp (3-12 years) 

Dinner 

Monday to Friday: $90pp | Window Table Package $100pp 

Saturday to Sunday: $95pp | Window Table Package $105pp 

Kids $35pp (3-12 years) 

Following a $12 million refurbishment, the Sydney Tower Dining venues took on a new life in  2020. Sydney Tower Buffet became SkyFeast, a casual buffet restaurant, while 360 Bar and Dining  is now a premium restaurant called Infinity. A new bar on level 3, Bar 83, also opened for the first  time in September 2020. 

The SkyFeast at Sydney Tower team has completed the COVID-19 Safety Plan and Trippas White  Group is an approved COVID-safe business. 

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