Start your day at Sokyo at The Star
The Star’s signature Japanese dining attraction, Sokyo, is now open seven days and is serving mouth-watering breakfast daily.
Following popular demand, Breakfast by Sokyo is available to walk-ins between 7am and 10.30am, offering a delicious a-la-carte menu and continental breakfast favourites with a Sokyo twist.
Designed by Sokyo’s inventive Executive Chef Chase Kojima, the Breakfast by Sokyo menu includes an exciting mix of traditional and contemporary a-la-carte dishes that take inspiration from both Tokyo and Sydney, along with a continental breakfast buffet in Sokyo style.
Andy North, General Manager of Food & Beverage, The Star said: “We are thrilled to open Sokyo’s new and exciting breakfast offering to guests of The Darling, visitors to The Star and Sydney locals looking for an unforgettable five star breakfast.”
The a-la-carte menu offers authentic Japanese favourites such as Curry Udon (Japanese beef curry soup, pork neck, potato, thick noodles), Traditional ‘Choushoku’ Breakfast (grilled fish of the day, miso soup, steamed Hokkaido Yumepirika rice, nori and Japanese pickles) and a Japanese-style chef’s omelette of the day.
Modern Sokyo creations include the hearty Sumo Breakfast (choice of eggs, grilled bacon, Japanese sausage, sautéed mushroom, edamame, roasted potato, spinach, tomato, avocado, toasted ciabatta), the healthy Bircher-San (quinoa bircher muesli, watermelon, mint, crispy lychee, Greek yoghurt) and the sweet Pancake with Banana purée, Nutella and walnut crumb.
Chase Kojima, Executive Chef, Sokyo said: “At Sokyo, we’re all about mixing the flavour of Sydney, with the taste of Tokyo and have created a breakfast that combines the best of tradition with the spectacular fresh flavour Sydney does best.
“We want Sokyo to become a breakfast destination and for our guests to feel as special in the morning, as they do when they join us for lunch or dinner,” Kojima said.
The continental buffet includes traditional Japanese breakfast food, congee and house-baked pastries with a Japanese flavour, including black sesame, green tea and yuzu curd muffins, and more traditional croissants and apple folds.
A dish from the a-la-carte menu, a tea or a coffee and a juice from the buffet is $22.50, full continental buffet and a tea or a coffee is $28, and full continental buffet (including juice) and an a-la-carte dish with tea or a coffee is $38.
Sokyo is open seven days for breakfast and dinner; and lunch on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.star.com.au/sokyo or 02 9657 9161.
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About The Star
The Star is Sydney’s premium entertainment destination. The Star offers award-winning chefs and restaurants, luxury hotel accommodation and serviced apartments, a 16-room day spa, an international designer retail collection as well a world-class casino and international nightclub Marquee. The $100 million Star Event Centre is a state-of-the art multi-use venue and has hosted more than 200 events since opening in January 2013, including The ACCTA Awards, The ARIA Awards, The Premiere of World War Z, charity events for the Starlight Foundation and Thomas Kelly Foundation and international talent such as Ricky Martin, Seal, Garbage, One Republic, Olly Murs, Jessica Mauboy and Alicia Keys.
For more information or enquiries, visit www.star.com.au or call 1800 700 700.