Sydney Tower Buffet is a revolving self-serve buffet restaurant offering stunning views of Sydney’s cityscape.
Two friends and I went for lunch on the 31st December to end the year. Lunch is from 11:30 am to 2pm and dinner is from 5pm to 9pm.
Each dining session is 1.5 hours. Not to worry it only takes 70 minutes for the restaurant to complete one rotation, so diners can enjoy 360 views of Sydney’s cityscape.
On a clear day you can even see as far as the Blue Mountains.
The restaurant serves more than 50 international dishes, that includes modern Australian, Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Thai.
A highlight are the speciality native Australian meats. At our seating there was emu and crocodile chipolatas and kangaroo rump.
There are also extensive salad, seafood and dessert bars.
Entry to the restaurant is via the reception and lift access on level 4 of the Westfield Sydney shopping centre.
The Sydney Tower Buffet is located on the tower’s second level. The Sydney Tower stands at 309 metres (1,014 ft) and is the second tallest tower in the southern hemisphere.
Although Auckland’s SKY Tower is taller, Sydney’s main observation deck, Sydney Tower Eye, on level 4, is 50 metres higher than the SKY Tower’s. Note: Sydney Tower Buffet is not affiliated with Sydney Eye Tower. This is a separate attraction. Both businesses offer stunning views.