Formerly Food Fantasy, Harvest Buffet has opened its doors following extensive renovations and upgrades over the past six months. The long-awaited launch has unveiled one of the largest buffet offerings in South East Queensland, thanks to a complete redesign and expansion.
Harvest Buffet is now the twelfth dining venue revealed as part of The Star Gold Coast’s landmark transformation. Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg says Harvest Buffet’s much-anticipated opening would hold enormous appeal to the loyal following of the former venue. “Food Fantasy forged an unwavering reputation for being the city’s favourite buffet.” Geoff said. “We can assure our guests, both locals and tourists alike, that the new venue still features the same much-loved character and classics while also adding extra life, colour and flavour to the buffet.”
During the design phase for Harvest Buffet, enormous emphasis was placed on the venue’s floor plan to ensure the development of a more spacious, accessible and seamless buffet experience. The revitalised space boasts an open bar, a feature wine wall, the addition of a 60-seat alfresco dining terrace and a 44-seat luxe private dining room to allow for more intimate gatherings.
General Manager Food & Beverage Richard Gush says Harvest Buffet is a feast for the senses celebrating Australia’s finest seasonal produce. “The buffet boasts a carvery station, Chinese BBQ and Asian stations featuring recipes crafted by Executive Chef of Asian Cuisine, Song Yao Su, an impressive seafood selection, a house-made pizza and pasta offering, and a decadent dessert display featuring a two-metre-tall chocolate fountain,” Richard said. “We are incredibly excited that the wait is finally over, and we can return this buffet back to the people –The Star Gold Coast would never be complete without it.”
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