See inside the Star Gold Coast’s new restaurant, Uncle Su

The Star Gold Coast will soon have several new dining and entertainment venues for locals and tourists to enjoy, with the first one now open!

Uncle Su has officially opened its doors to the public, offering a delicious blend of Cantonese style favourites with a selection of signature Beijing and Szechuan dishes.

The restaurant is affectionately named after Executive Chef Song Yao Su, with the menu inspired by his cultural heritage and authentic Chinese family traditions.


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Chef Song’s signature Peking Duck is a must-try, while other menu highlights include clams served in Chef Song’s secret XO sauce and a specialty Dim Sum menu full of beloved classics like Char Siu Bao and Siu Mai which are handmade to order each day.

Chef Song said each dish is made with considered precision and the finest locally-sourced produce.

“Just as I grew up eating and cooking with my own family, my dishes at Uncle Su are uncomplicated and authentic, making the most of the amazing seafood and produce that Queensland has to offer,” Chef Song said.

“Whether you’re relaxing in the lounge bar, gathering with loved ones in a booth or taking a seat at the kitchen counter, I’m so excited to be extending my family’s dinner table to friends, old and new.”

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Tea will also be an integral part of the Uncle Su experience, with a dedicated tea connoisseur on hand to guide diners through the extensive menu and provide insight into the deep history, traditions and flavours of the tea.

The contemporary dining area, designed by Plus Architecture, features Chinese design elements and bespoke handcrafted materials like oversized lanterns, a golden money tree and koi fish motifs, all bathed in a sea of red, gold, cool ocean blue and jade green.

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Uncle Su also offers 5 private dining rooms seating up to 12 guests allowing for a more intimate and personal dining experience, as well as a semi private room that can be booked for functions up to 36 guests.

Uncle Su is open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Sunday. To find out more, visit: