The Langham Sydney has unveiled its first fine dining buffet with the option for unlimited Laurent Perrier French champagne.
The new 180-seat concept opened last month after a five-month refurbishment and replaces restaurant Bistro Remy.
Kitchens on Kent offers eight different styles of cuisine including lobsters flown in from Maine in the US every Monday and Friday, and fresh Australian sandcrab wok-fried with chilli which is also available one night a week.
Other offerings include traditional Peking duck, wood-fired pizza, Japanese robata grill, Indian curries and fresh-made naan bread, while suckling pig also replaces the traditional Sunday roast. There is also a dessert bar with more than 40 different sweet dishes on offer.
Each cuisine station is manned by a chef who will cook all dishes ‘to order’ with the option to order at the table.
“That’s really the part that sets it apart from other buffets and it’s something that has been happening internationally for a while now,” Langham’s food and beverage boss Laura-Jane Hawkins told The Daily Telegraph.
“Offering a set price beverage package is something you don’t often see, particularly Laurent Perrier champagne. Which is something we are very excited about.”