The Star’s Sokyo, Black and Fat Noodle are now offering takeaway for the first time.
The restaurants have each launched multi-course menus for two that are available for pre-order seven days a week.
Sokyo’s Chase Kojima, Black’s Dany Karam and Fat Noodle’s Luke Nguyen have each designed a menu, combining seasonal dishes with the classics.
All meals come with instructions from the chefs on how to prepare and present the dishes.
Diners can get their hands on Fat Noodle’s $70 menu which includes spanner crab and pomelo salad, Singapore seafood laksa, Haianese chicken rice and mango sago cream.
Black is offering wagyu beef jerky, king prawn salad, roasted scallops, braised Cape Grim shortrib with sides and tiramisu. The menu is priced at $120.
Meanwhile, Sokyo has been busy creating a $140 six-course menu which begins with kingfish miso ceviche, snapper carpaccio, chicken robata with mushroom salad, toothfish with Japanese salsa, wagyu flank steak with shio koji marinade and tofu cheesecake.
“It has obviously been a challenging time for the industry and it has caused us all to rethink the way we do things. I have been so inspired by the creativity, the adaptability and fresh approaches I am seeing all around me,” says Kojima.
The meals are available to order from HungryHungry.