The Star Gold Coast launches ‘Table for 2’ at home dining experience

Dining at home is set to reach a whole new level, thanks to The Star Gold Coast.

The venue will today launch their brand new ‘Table for 2’ initiative, giving Gold Coasters the chance to feast on delicious multi-course dinners from Mei Wei Dumplings, Garden Kitchen & Bar and Kiyomi at home.

The restaurants will each be offering up a four to six course seasonal menu, which can be picked up from The Darling, or delivered straight to your door if you live within a 10-kilometre radius of The Star Gold Coast.


Each course will also be delivered with a set of instructions about how to present the dish, including suggestions on plating up.

Kiyomi’s Chase Kojima said it is perfect for diners who want to get a little creative in the kitchen and be part of the process.

“We wanted to create an experience that brings together the many elements we love about a typical restaurant experience such as enjoying multiple courses, unique flavours and different cooking techniques,” he said.

He said the launch of ‘Table for 2’ is just the start of things to come.

“I am excited to launch this concept while we also continue to work on even more ways to adapt and innovate, offer our guests what they want in these fast-changing times and continue to support our industry.”


MEI WEI DUMPLINGS – $70 for two people
Mei Wei Dumpling’s ‘Table for 2’ menu will take diners on a stunning culinary journey showcasing some of the hawker-style venues most popular dishes. The evening will start with the popular pork steamed dumplings, followed by the pork and prawn wonton soup with egg noodles. Diners will then enjoy the spicy kung pao chicken with dried chilli, mushroom and peanuts, served with the popular vegetable fried rice. Dessert on offer will be the deliciously light chilled mango sago cream.

GARDEN KITCHEN & BAR – $100 for two people
Garden Kitchen & Bar will hero some of its most popular dishes from the recently relaunched menu and as always delight diners with only the freshest seasonal produce. The Table for 2 experience will start with marinated olives, followed by two entrees of a king prawn salad served with cos lettuce, avocado and a cocktail sauce and Olympus halloumi with pickled figs. The main will hero a braised O’Connor Shortrib served with sides including broccolini with almonds and crispy roasted rosemary chat potatoes. To finish, Table for 2 guests will enjoy a chocolate trifle with a light crumble and fresh raspberries.

KIYOMI – $120 for two people
Restaurant Executive Chef Chase Kojima and his team have crafted an extensive menu highlighting Kiyomi’s wide array of unexpected and complex flavours. The six-course offering will begin with the kingfish miso ceviche, one of Chase’s signature menu items, followed by ocean trout with wasabi salsa and yuzu soy. Chefs will then move to the grill to serve up the chicken robata with shio koji, mushroom and brussels sprouts. The two main courses focus on the very best produce from the sea with the famous Dengakuman miso glazed toothfish with zucchini and shiso, and a seafood bouillabaisse with sambal butter. The dining experience will be completed with the tofu cheesecake for dessert.

In addition to the ‘Table for 2’ sharing menus, The Star’s beverage team has also developed a series of hand-crafted cocktails perfect for pairing with the meals including a Japanese Margarita with El Jimador Tequila, Cointreau, Yuzu Juice and Agave, and a Cold-Brew Martini with Sesame Infused Ketel One Vodka, Tia Maria and Coffee. A beverage list including wines, beers and premium spirits will also be on offer.

The Star’s ‘Table for 2’ menus are available for dinner seven-days-a-week and can be pre-ordered online via

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