InterContinental Sydney has unveiled a revitalised offering at its popular Cafe Opera.

InterContinental Sydney Executive Chef, Jeremy Clark, is at the helm of a series of immersive, new experiences featuring the renowned fresh seafood buffet providing Sydneysiders, interstate and overseas visitors with fine dining options within one of Sydney’s landmark hotels.

“A seafood buffet is a must-do dining experience during a harbourside stay in Sydney, or for locals looking for a luxe weekend treat, so we are excited to share our revamped offering with our guests, new and long-standing,” Clark said.

“We pride ourselves on sourcing the finest and freshest seafood from New South Wales and beyond, and looking forward to showcasing the creativity of the team in the presentation of our cuisine.”

The star offering of the dining precinct will be the newly enhanced premium Land to Sea Buffet, now available Wednesday to Sunday each week for both lunch and dinner sittings.

Guests can graze on a feast of fresh oysters, prawns, mussels, and sushi, before sampling succulent premium roasts sourced from the Southern Highlands, hot dishes, salads, artisanal antipasto, international and Asian cuisines, and a curated selection just for children.

Cafe Opera’s dessert bar is also not to be missed, comprising tiers of cakes, tarts, ice creams, and a luxurious chocolate fountain.

During weekend sittings, from Friday evening to Sunday evening, guests will delight in a Deluxe menu, featuring all the indulgences of the Land to Sea Buffet, plus additional seafood luxuries of Balmain bugs, blue swimmer crab, spanner crab, salmon sashimi, and grilled whole salmon. Weekend lunches also include free-flowing sparkling wine and soft drinks, adding an extra layer of delight for patrons wishing to celebrate special occasions.

InterContinental Sydney General Manager, Jennifer Brown, said: “We know exceptional dining experiences are highly sought-after by our guests and visitors alike – and this first series of experiences gives me tremendous excitement for what’s to follow under our new culinary direction.

“At InterContinental Sydney, we pride ourselves on providing a carefully curated and luxurious escape for our patrons. Cafe Opera is just one example of the many unique experiences we provide, and we are excited to share additional innovations in our restaurant and bar offering, in the next few months,” Brown said.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management