Nineteen at The Star

Nineteen at The Star is a sophisticated dining space located on the top level of luxury hotel The Darling at The Star Gold Coast. The venue features a 110-seat restaurant and a ultra-luxurious lounge bar, boasting capacity of 300-plus guests. Renowned restaurateur Simon Gloftis and entertainment guru Billy Cross are at the helm, offering a new level of fine dining. The restaurant itself delivers a high-end, produce-driven menu with a focus on elegance and simplicity, all under the well-credentialed eye of head chef Kelvin Andrews. Expect dishes like grilled Patagonian toothfish with burn miso, raw yellowfin tuna with Royal Miyagi oyster with Oscietra caviar, as well as steamed coral trout with fresh ginger. Then, there’s the glamorous rooftop bar – a classy and elegant space with sophisticated tipples, VIP bottle service and some of the most spectacular sunset views you’ll find. This truly is a next-level experience … well, nineteen levels to be exact.

Chef’s Favourites at Nineteen at The Star
If you’re looking to wine and dine whilst taking in stellar views, we know a feast fit for you! Nineteen at The Star is putting on a chef’s favourites menu that is full to the brim with chef Uday Huja’s finest signature dishes. To begin, indulge in delicacies like fresh oysters, pumpkin risotto with toasted pepitas and sage brown butter, and beef tartare with Old Bay chips and yolk sauce. For main course, an array of indulgent bites like ocean trout roasted on a maple cedar plank and grain-fed scotch fillet with roast onion and horseradish are on offer (served with sides, of course). Satiate your sweet tooth with seductive desserts such as the chocolate meringue pie topped with Pedro Ximénez ice-cream and coconut-and-mango panna cotta with smoked macadamia ice-cream. The sophisticated dining experience combines the freshest flavours with the Gold Coast flair that Nineteen at The Star’s expert chef Uday Huja is renowned for. To secure a ticket, pop over here.



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