Lankan Filling Station's Guest Chef Series
Head to Lankan Filling Station every Monday for affordable set menus from some of Sydney's top chefs.
September 21, 2023
Lankan Filling Station is shaking things up and ensuring you've got the chance to start your week with some top-notch buryani. The Darlinghurst diner is opening on Mondays from October 9, and also shifting its regular buryani night to the start of the week. To celebrate, O Tama Carey and the crew are hosting a series of guest chefs every Monday afterwards for the rest of the year.
Usually, buyriani nights see Lankan Filling Station whip up the signature saffron-scented rice in a chatty pot and serve it with a weekly curry, plus raita, sambol and papadums. Now, each week during the chef series, a talented figure from across Sydney's hospitality scene will arrive at the Riley Street kitchen to put their own spin on the menu.
The first four guests have been announced: Mat Lindsay (A.P Bakery, Ester and Poly); Pasi Petanen (Cafe Paci); Jin Sun Son, Seung Kee Son, Kenny Son and Youmee Jeon (Sang by Mabasa); and Jemma Whiteman and Matt Young (Ante) — it's a real who's who of our best restaurants in Sydney list.
The restaurant has also teased writer Danielle Alvarez (ex-Freds) and Baba's Place's Jean-Paul El Tom as future featured chefs as part of the series.
The special guest set menu will be available for $65 and can be shared between two people. Or, if you want to go all out, there will be an OTT banquet available each Monday for $85. The regular Lankan Filling Station menu will also be available, and you can expect a special bespoke drink to also pop up each week, matching each chef's unique creations.
Top image: Parker Blain.
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