Crown Sydney’s culinary offering continues to expand with the announcement of two new venues.
Teahouse and Noodle 88 are both slated to open in December this year, joining venues from culinary heavyweights including Clare Smyth, Alessandro Pavoni and Ross and Sunny Lusted.
“Developing a world-class dining destination with something for all Sydneysiders has been at the forefront of our planning for Crown Sydney, and in doing so we have been very mindful of Sydney’s love affair with vibrant Asian cuisine, in all its forms,” says Mark Holmes, executive general manager of Crown Sydney.
Noodle 88’s offering revolves around flavours from China and South-East Asia, with dishes reminiscent of those found in noodle houses and hawker halls.
Chef de Cuisine Meena Throngkumpola will head up the kitchen and has curated a menu that includes everything from laksa to pho, soba, sota and other dishes including barbecued meats and dumplings.
Teahouse will feature birdcage seating for guests alongside an opulent lounge area.
The venue’s beverage offering will be anchored by tea along with Champagne and bespoke cocktails. A small menu will also be on offer, with dishes inspired by Japanese and Cantonese cuisine.
“Our vision for Teahouse is to create a unique and sensory experience – think traditional Chinese teahouse meets luxe lounge bar, meets Alice in Wonderland – creating something completely unique that guests will want to return to time and time again,” says Holmes.