Syd­ney Tower Din­ing

Boast­ing un­sur­passed views 305 me­tres above Syd­ney, Syd­ney Tower is the ul­ti­mate culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ence. It com­prises two restau­rants: 360 Bar and Din­ing, the fine din­ing restau­rant and the fam­ily-friendly Syd­ney Tower Buf­fet.

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360 BAR AND DIN­ING

Lead by head chef El­ton Inglis, 360 Bar and Din­ing of­fers a sea­sonal à la carte three-course menu avail­able for both lunch and din­ner. El­ton be­lieves the suc­cess of a dish lies in the qual­ity of the pro­duce and uses a range of Aus­tralian and sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents, sup­port­ing lo­cal farm­ers. His care­fully crafted menu matched with an award-win­ning wine list and un­wa­ver­ing ser­vice pro­vides a so­phis­ti­cated din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Pop­u­lar dishes on the cur­rent menu in­clude crispy Bor­row­dale pork belly, the pan-fried Blue Eye cod and the melt­ing chocolate sphere. Can’t de­cide what to or­der? Opt for the pop­u­lar six-course tast­ing menu with match­ing wines to ex­pe­ri­ence El­ton’s spe­cial­ity dishes. 360 Bar and Din­ing is now open seven days for lunch with two and three course spe­cials start­ing from $55 per per­son.

SYD­NEY TOWER BUF­FET

Syd­ney Tower Buf­fet is the es­sen­tial din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, with re­volv­ing 360-de­gree views from Syd­ney’s high­est van­tage point. The re­laxed-style restau­rant is per­fect for fam­ily out­ings. While pe­rus­ing over 50 dishes and a range of cuisines, guests can take in the cap­ti­vat­ing views of the city. The all-you-can-eat ex­pe­ri­ence in­cludes a se­lec­tion of seafood, salad, cooked dishes and an­tipasto. The high­lights in­clude Korean dumplings, ex­otic sausages and Amer­i­can bar­beque glazed pork belly. For those with a sweet tooth, the dessert bar will be a sure hit with lemon curd tart, panna cotta and ice cream. Kids eat free Mon­day to Tues­day through­out the year or Mon­day through Thurs­day dur­ing NSW school hol­i­day pe­riod.

360 Bar and Din­ing.

Syd­ney Tower Buf­fet.

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