The Star At Home
Order yourself a packed set menu to enjoy at home from one of The Star's many eateries.
September 13, 2021
The Star Casino's food offerings are varied and plentiful. If you've ever wandered through the lower level of the casino you would have stumbled upon restaurants from the likes of Chase Kojima, Luke Nguyen and Martino Pulito, with the casino housing everything from hearty American barbecue to inventive sashimi.
In order to keep the ship at these restaurants running and ensure you can eat well at home, The Star's food offerings have been wrapped up into a series of neat takeaway and delivery meals available during Sydney's lockdown. Seven of the restaurants have launched at-home menus, each accompanied by dedicated Spotify playlists to create the same ambiance of the restaurant at home and bottled cocktails available at $15 for 100 millilitres or $60 for 500 millilitres.
Sokyo has three options on offer. The $140 set menu serves two and includes a seven-course offering taken from its menu. The seven dishes include kingfish ceviche and salmon with ponzu, lamb chops with fried cauliflower and yuzu vinegar, wagyu steak and the restaurant's signature miso-glazed toothfish. The $200 finish at home kit features an expanded version of the set menu that you partially cook yourself with guidance from Chase Kojima. And, the $65 Sokyo Sushi Box features sixteen pieces of seafood sushi ranging from tuna to kingfish belly.
Black Bar and Grill are similarly serving up a $120 set menu for two featuring beef jerky and brioche, burrata with salted baked beetroot, buttery king prawns and a wagyu rump served with a heap of sides, and its cook-it-yourself counterpart with guidance from Executive Chef Dany Karam.
Set menus and finish at home meals from Fat Noodle, Bar Tikram, Cucina Porto, Flying Fish, and a burger and salad menu from 24/7 Sports Bar are all on offer, with set menus ranging from $70-140. You can view all the offerings sorted by their restaurants at The Star's website.