Think crispy tempura hash browns and furikake avo toast, the classic Aussie brekky just got a signature Sokyo twist
Where food meets art is where memorable dining magic happens, and Sokyo have found the perfect meeting point. The all-new breakfast menu brings an elevated experience to a meal we often overlook, promising traditional Japanese flavours to start your day along with Sokyo’s elevated creative twist.
To start, guests can enjoy an array of freshly baked pastries – think yuzu, black sesame and matcha-infused treats – all golden and flaked to perfection. It would be easy to devour every flavour and call it a day, but be sure to save some room, because the best is yet to come.
If a traditional Aussie breakfast is your go-to morning feed, Sokyo’s Japanese take on Avocado toast is really going to rile up your tastebuds, topped with fresh smoked salmon and furikake – a crunchy, salty and oh-so-incredibly moreish seasoning.
For those who seek a little adventure in the morning, try the catch of the day in an indulgent Seafood udon with just-caught seafood from the Sydney Fish Market in a bright, spicy miso soup finished with Japanese green onion.
Or how about that Onigiri, a traditional Japanese dish consisting of white rice paired with the clean sweet meat of Spanner crab wrapped in seaweed and served alongside glazed chicken yakitori. Whatever tickles your tastebuds, Sokyo’s breakfast offering has assured we’ll never look at our humble avo-vegemite toast the same way.
The new Sokyo breakfast menu is available to overnight guests of The Darling, as well as those looking for a special and unique breakfast to remember. Set your alarm to catch a feed from 6:00am to 10:30am for $48 per person. As well as a selection of pastries and fresh fruit, each of the a la carte breakfast options is served with edamame, coffee, tea and freshly-squeezed juice.
- WHAT: Breakfast at Sokyo
- WHEN: Daily from 6:00am to 10:30am
- WHERE: Sokyo, The Star
- MORE INFO: Here