Sokyo is a Japanese restaurant located within Star City. The Sokyo menu features tempura, sashimi, as well as delicious meats prepared using a traditional Japanese robata grill. Sokyo has x3 different menus: dinner, lunch, and breakfast.
Below is listed the Sokyo menu prices, which are current as of March 2021.
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Sokyo is a truly deluxe culinary experience. Located in The Star, in the heart of Sydney, it offers an edgy, sophisticated take on Japanese cuisine. This restaurant is directed by Chef Chase Kojima, a master of Japanese cookery whose career started at the age 11, when he worked in his father’s traditional Japanese restaurant. Since then, his passion for fine food has taken him all over the world, from London to Dubai to LA, until he finally discovered the culinary delights Sydney has to offer. At just 29, Kojima has already headed top restaurants all over the world and has now taken to exploring Sydney’s local fishmongers and producers, which feature heavily in his menu. Since opening Sokyo in 2014, Kojima has gone on to win multiple awards with Gourmet Traveller, Good Food Guide, and Time Out. His restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, allowing you to indulge at any time of day.
Sokyo promotes intelligent, subtle flavour combinations. The food is Japanese, but with a modern touch and Australian notes. For breakfast, you can enjoy a dish paired with a fruit plate, a pastry and a beverage for just $38. The dishes here are more traditional breakfast foods paired with Japanese flavours. Such plates include yuzu waffle, chilli crab omelette, and Okayu. For lunch, the menu is light and fresh, offering a series of sashimi platters, salads, and sushi rolls. Dinner is served in the form of a tasting menu, designed to be served for the whole table. This sharing menu includes 7 dishes, each championing a protein whether it be fish or scallop or full blood wagyu. If a tasting menu isn’t what you desire, you can also order individual sashimi, tempura, or main dishes. If you’re looking for a culinary experience, rather than an ordinary meal, Sokyo is the place to go.