Eat And Play

Casual Dining at The Star Sydney

Going out for something special to eat or just going out for a bite, you’ll always find something that delights.

Harvest Buffet
Harvest Buffet is a feast for the senses. On weekends seafood becomes the star of the show, with the freshest sushi, oysters, prawns, crabs and mussels complementing roasts from the carvery, pizza, pasta, curries, soups and salads. Of course, you could go straight for the decadent dessert bar which includes three chocolate fountains. Because one is never enough at Harvest.

Food Quarter
With flavours spanning the globe, from tempting Western to Asian menus, as well as an irresistible array of home-made desserts and crave-worthy cakes, you'll always be satisfied with delicious cuisine at great values. Food Quarter is located on our Main Casino Floor. 

24/7 Sports Bar
It's Game On! Catch every mega sporting action in Sydney's ultimate Sports Bar with over 50 LCD TVs, a massive 34m2 LED screen and stadium-like sounds! Surrounded by your mates, avid sports fans, thirst-quenching drinks and great pub feeds, there's no better way to cheer on your team. Don't forget to take advantage of the paperless TAB right in the centre of the big clashes. 24/7 Sports is located on our Main Casino Floor. Guests must be aged 18 years or over to enter the casino.

Fat Noodle
Inspired by Asia’s vibrant street food scene, Fat Noodle is the creation of chef and culinary adventurer Luke Nguyen. Pull up a stool at one of the communal tables for the best view of head chef Kenji Lai and his team rattling the pans in the open kitchen. A must-try is the Fat Pho Noodles, a 20-hour beef broth that’s simply sublime. Fat Noodle is located on our Main Casino Floor. 

Mashi No Mashi
Made in Japan and born in Hong Kong, Wagyumafia is now redefining ramen to the next level in Sydney. Mashi No Mashi, meaning eat more and more in Japanese, is known not only for ramen but for the concoction of Ozaki beef in its full-bodied broth and decadent toppings, exclusively sourced from a wagyu farm in Japan's Miyazaki prefecture. With its bold attitude, Mashi No Mashi will have you slurping like a boss.