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Spring’s in the air: here are six dining offers at Kitchens on Kent to make the most of

To welcome the warmer weather, Kitchens on Kent at the Langham Sydney is offering fresh and delicious meal deals to enjoy during spring

By Rebecca MacFarlane and Avril Treasure for Time Out in association with the Langham Sydney
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Jasmine is in bloom, which can only mean one thing – it’s spring. Say goodbye to woolly coats and hello to the warmer weather at Kitchens on Kent at the Langham Sydney with the launch of its springtime menu. After a visit to the park or a dip in the ocean, head to the restaurant where you can enjoy a taste of affordable luxury with the new springtime dining offers. From succulent seafood to a Mediterranean feast, fresh salads and a Sunday roast, plus a high tea for adults and a special Minions-inspired high tea for kids, these are the tasty meal deals you won’t want to miss.

Six fab spring dining offers

Mondays just got a whole lot more exciting – and tasty – thanks to Kitchens on Kent’s Lobster Mondays. Enjoy mouth-watering West Australian lobster grilled to perfection and seasoned with garlic and herb butter. Complete your meal with any of the scrumptious sides available at the international cooking stations. Trust us when we say you’re in for a flavour explosion that’s guaranteed to go perfect with the springtime weather. 

When: Every Monday through spring for dinner sessions only.

Price: $98 per person (includes soft drink, tea and black coffee).

Spice up your Tuesday by heading to Kitchens on Kent for the return of chilli crab night. You can choose from three Asian-inspired dishes: Singapore chilli crab with shallots and ginger, black pepper crab with oyster sauce and curry leaves or soft shell crab with tomato chilli jam and lime (hint: there's no wrong option because they are all equally delish). And if that's not enough crustacean for your liking, there will also be crab available from the cold seafood buffet for you to gorge upon. 

When: Every Tuesday through spring for dinner sessions only.

Price: $98 per person (includes soft drink, tea and coffee).

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Take a tour around the world when you check out Spring Weekday Dining at Kitchens on Kent. Sample everything from New York-style steaks to sushi and sashimi, Indian tandoori chicken, dim sum and much more. No matter your selection, your dish will be expertly prepared to your liking right in front of you. Finish on a high note with dessert (the chocolate fountain is a sweet tooth’s dream) or a selection of cheeses.

When: Seven days a week for both lunch and dinner sessions.

Price: $98 per person (includes soft drink, tea and black coffee).

In news that will be sure to delight all Minions fans, the Langham Sydney has launched an afternoon tea inspired by these fictional yellow characters that is available this school holidays. Celebrate the movie release of Minions: The Rise of Gru with sweet delights such as banana and salted caramel mousse and Valrhona chocolate cupcakes, and savoury snacks like Kevin’s mac and cheese and Otto’s pepperoni and cheese pizza. Put on your denim overalls and goggles and enjoy a fun day out. 

When: Until October 7.

Price: $78.00 per child with a Minions plush toy and colouring activity. From $98 per adult with a glass of sparkling on arrival.

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Sunday roasts don't need to be limited to the winter months, because let's face it, there are few meals that are more comforting – and delicious – than a good ol' roast with all the trimmings. Warm your soul with Kitchens on Kent's stellar offering with your choice of premium meat – think striploin, lamb shoulder, free-range roast chicken or pork belly. Complement the dish with some classic sides, including Yorkshire pudding, honey-glazed carrots and roast potatoes, all drizzled with gravy. We'll take two servings, please.

When: Every Sunday through spring. Available for lunch (12pm-2pm) or dinner (5pm-10pm) seatings.

Price: $68 per portion (includes dessert) or $138 per person (includes unlimited buffet menu).

Take your mum, nan, best friend or yourself on a date this spring to the Little Cup of Hope Afternoon Tea at Kitchens on Kent. Featuring Tasmanian salmon and citrus cream cheese sandwiches, beef burgundy pies with onion jam, raisin scones with housemade strawberry jam and cream, ruby chocolate and pistachio madeleines, strawberry and basil macarons, plus loads more, this luxurious high tea will be the sweet and savoury meal of your dreams. Add a glass of Champagne and we can't think of a better way to pass the time. In partnership with the Pink Hope Foundation, $5 from every afternoon tea is donated to the charity to support women at risk of breast and ovarian cancer.

When: Until November 17.

Price: $98 per person with glass of sparkling or $118 per person with glass of Champagne from Monday to Friday. $118 per person with glass of sparkling or $128 per person with glass of Champagne on Saturday and Sunday.

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