The Star Gold Coast’s buffet restaurant to undergo complete transformation

The Star Gold Coast’s buffet restaurant is set to undergo a major transformation with Food Fantasy to close its doors from early July for a complete redesign and expansion.

The restaurant will reopen in summer as Harvest Buffet with an increased capacity by more than 100 to approximately 500 seats, a new state-of-the-art kitchen and a new entrance allowing for a more seamless entry into the venue.

Adopting similar branding and design cues as its sister venue at The Star Sydney, Harvest Buffet will feature an array of lush planting, cabana-like canopies and a luxe private dining room


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It will also boast a fresh coastal palette of washed timber and natural stone with accents of mint, blush and brass to complement stunning poolside views through floor to ceiling glass windows.

Harvest Buffet The Star Gold Coast

Harvest Buffet – concept image for illustration purposes only | PHOTO: Supplied by The Star Gold Coast

The Star Entertainment Group Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg said locals, domestic visitors and international guests would be excited by the makeover and the unveiling of Harvest Buffet.

“Food Fantasy is without a doubt one of our most popular venues and has attracted a very loyal customer base over the years,” said Mr Hogg.

“Significant planning has gone into designing a bright and inviting space that will pay homage to everything diners love about the current venue, but with an even greater capacity and enhanced offering.

Harvest Buffet The Star Gold Coast

Harvest Buffet – concept image for illustration purposes only | PHOTO: Supplied by The Star Gold Coast

“Our significant investments to create a world-class integrated resort is also ensuring the Gold Coast continues to develop as a leading dining mecca, while further embracing The Star’s well-established brands and design cues to support this growth.”

Architecture and interior design firm Luchetti Krelle will be responsible for the new venue’s design.

For more information, visit: star.com.au/goldcoast/

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