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The luxury buffet feasts at Kitchens on Kent return

The Langham Sydney's super fancy buffet is back offering bottomless dining, Sunday roasts and a special Bastille Day degustation

By Time Out in association with Kitchens on Kent

You’d be familiar with the swanky concept of a bottomless, boozy, beautiful brunch: enjoy as many flaky pastries, exotic fruits, whipped up eggs and sophisticated day drinks in a set time as is humanly possible. It’s a hard deal not to love. And since Sydney adores this kind of heavenly excess, Kitchens on Kent at the luxurious Langham, Sydney is reopening their lush buffet. 

The returning buffet set-up inside the Millers Point hotel incorporates seven cooking stations traversing the globe in one fine dining room. International chefs will be dishing up freshly-baked naan and fragrant Indian curries in the tandoor oven, plus fresh pastas and molten pizzas. Don’t forget the gloriously well-stocked tower of ocean-fresh seafood and cheese and charcuterie you can get delivered to your table plus the smorgasboards of sushi and sashimi, crisp salads, soups and dozens of cakes, ice creams and even a chocolate fountain at the dessert station. You can also order more fine dining delights from the 'chef's signature' menu if you wish.

Now back open seven days a week, you’ll be able to feast to your hungry heart’s content on all of this across lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (noon-2pm) and dinner on Monday to Sunday (5.30-7.30pm and 8-10pm) for only $130pp to $148pp depending on your chosen day. The feasts may also include tea, coffee, soft drinks and juices so you can wash it all down in style.

Kitchens on Kent is also throwing open the buffet doors on Sundays for a cosy roast. You can enjoy a Sunday roast with all the trimmings and dessert for $65 or bump up to $130 to access the full luxury buffet as well. And if you're the head of a brood of hungry ankle biters you'll be pleased to know that kids eat for free (aged 12 and under).

Francophiles will also enjoy Kitchens on Kent's elaborate Bastille Day celebration on Wednesday July 14. For $135pp you'll get to access an ultra-special six-course French degustation presented by chef Gaultier Ronchard. Add $95pp to the affair and you can graze with perfectly matched wines too.


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