The seafood feast is the restaurant’s showstopper with an enviable and luxurious display, featuring Sydney rock oysters, blue swimmer crabs, tiger prawns, local tuna, salmon, kingfish and lobster, all supplied by the Sydney Fish Market.
Getting spoilt in Kitchens on Kent isn’t difficult with choices from squid-ink rustic pizzas made in the beech oven, the rotisserie offering whole cooked meats such as suckling pig, a Tandoor oven serving up delicious cheese and garlic and even chocolate naan bread and Sydney’s only Robata grill offering a selection of game meats, such as kangaroo which is cooked over smoky charcoals. Chefs show off their skills and interact with guests at the Japanese sushi & sashimi station, raw bar, dumplings and dim sum, and Asian wok & noodle kitchen. In addition, there’s a fresh pasta kitchen, hot western dishes, a carvery and a charcuterie table filled with a selection of local and international cheese and meats. The vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are also plentiful leaving nobody out of the full Kitchens on Kent experience.
One thing to note, they also have Peking duck pancakes made on the spot and you can have as many as you like…..
Whether diners indulge in the seafood or head directly to the desserts, it’s the chefs behind the interactive kitchens that make Kitchens on Kent what it is.
If you bring your a group of friends (4), they will even throw in a complimentary bottle of bubbles.