Friday 28 February 2014

Something's Fishy at The Star

This March, The Star is celebrating its love of all things tuna, with its signature restaurants Balla, BLACK by ezard and Sokyo creating special menus featuring the most mouth-watering fresh tuna Australia has to offer.

Choose from Italian-inspired cuisine at Balla; grilled goodness at BLACK by ezard; or Japanese fusion at Sokyo.
The Star's very own Italian, chef Stefano Manfredi, has created a menu that features yellowfin tuna battuta with flat bread and radish salad ($19); squid ink taglioni with albacore tuna, capers, olives and fresh oregano ($26); woodgrilled blue-fin tuna with borlotti bean and balsamic onion ($41). Enjoy individually of as a three-course menu for $675.
Available for lunch Tues - Fri and dinner Mon-Sat.
Bookings available online at or 1800 700 700.
BLACK by ezard
Chef Teague Ezard has created a menu including Bluefin tuna tartar, avocado and fried rice with chilli and garlic dressing ($30); veal tenderloin with albacore tuna butter, eggplant, zucchini and heirloom tomato ($44); and sashimi of yellow fin tuna, smoked skipjack and potato salad, with quail egg and dill dressing ($30).
Available for lunch Fri and Sun, and dinner Tues-Sun.
Bookings available online at or 1800 700 700.
Sokyo will be serving an a la carte menu specially created by chef Chase Kojima, who has come up with some special dishes that you'll adore. Includes "Zuke Sushi" which is marinated tuna with nikiri soy ($12); Maguro tataki with pickled shitake, white asparagus, gari gel and tosazu ($29); South Australian Bluefin tuna sashimi sampler (market price); as well as a limited edition dish, tuna collar grilled on binchotan with Sokyo dipping sauces ($50).
Available for lunch Fri and dinner Mon-Sat.
Bookings available online at or 1800 700 700.
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