Prepare To Indulge, Sydney’s Legendary Seafood Buffet Has Officially Reopened

By Jess Willemse

From cancelled travel plans to sporting track pants 24/7, the year of COVID has been a wild ride. But if we’re honest, the one thing our souls (and stomachs) have missed the most is the simple pleasure of tucking into a lavish buffet.

So, you’ll be wrapped to know that after being closed for 12 months (thanks COVID), Sydney’s legendary smorgasbord Harvest Buffet has finally reopened its doors. 

Dig into a dreamy all-you-can-eat breakfast seven days a week, or chow down on lunch and dinner Thursday through to Sunday.

For brekky, expect a dazzling array of your favourite eats on tap. Whether you’re feelin’ a classic eggs bene, a big breakfast combo with scrambled eggs and hash browns, or a selection of french pastries and fresh fruits, Harvest really does have it all. 

Lunch and dinner also offer endless options for all foodies—think slow-roasted meats, wood-fired pizza, pasta and curries. During dinner service, you’ll also get access to the star of the show, an indulgent premium seafood buffet lavishly presented on an ice bar. Enjoy fresh sushi, oysters, crab and shrimp, complemented with a slew of sauces, salads and artisanal breads. 

Our advice? Smash back your food strategically, because you’re going to want to leave room for the insane dessert selection. Harvest boasts three (yes, three) chocolate fountains, with an impressive choice of sweet dippers such as fruit, marshmallows and meringues. And that’s not even mentioning the other dessert stations filled to the brim with New York cheesecake, crème brûlée and slices galore. We’re actually drooling. 

Ready to throw on those fancy (stretchy) pants and pull up a seat at Harvest? The daily buffet is priced from $39.90 and the seafood extravaganza from $89.90—we guarantee it’s worth every cent. Plus, you can match your feast with a glass of Chandon for just $10 or a bottle for $45. Now that’s the definition of luxury. 

The Details

What: Harvest Buffet at The Star
When: Now open
Where: 80 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont NSW
Cost: Breakfast from $39.90, lunch from $49.90 and dinner from $89.90

Editor’s note: This article is sponsored by The Star and proudly endorsed by Urban List. To find out more about who we work with and why read our editorial policy here.

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