Crown Sydney’s Next-Level Bottomless Yum Cha Is Now Bookable Every Day Of The Week
— Updated on 24 August 2023

Crown Sydney’s Next-Level Bottomless Yum Cha Is Now Bookable Every Day Of The Week

— Updated on 24 August 2023
Chris Singh
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Chris Singh

At the start of this month, Crown Sydney extended the city’s most luxurious all-you-can-eat yum cha experience and in just a few short weeks, it’s become one of the hottest lunch options in town.

Offered by the mega venue’s resident Cantonese restaurant, Silks, the bottomless option quickly became a hit for long-lunchers, so much so the venue is now giving you an even tastier reason to drop into the plush harbourside setting any day of the week.

Originally, the Silks yum cha menu was only offered between Monday-Thursday for a wildly compelling $68 per person, the price netting you 1.5 hours worth of yum cha alongside a varied drinks menu to pair up with premium options like BBQ Berkshire pork rice rolls and red lobster dumplings.

UPDATE [24/08/2023]: While the yum cha is pitched as “bottomless,” please note that this applies to the food. Not the drink.

The swift demand has quickly seen the powers at be make all-you-can-eat yum cha a week-long affair. You can now rock up for lunch on the weekends too – where all sense of time and responsibilities are well and truly out the window – and get the same menu at a price point of $98 per person across Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The full menu is made up of 30 different dishes which, in addition to the above, include pork spare ribs with black bean sauce, deep-fried prawn dumplings and king prawn sui mai.

Check out the details below to book, and find out how you can have your bill paid for (by Boss Hunting) throughout the month of July by dining at Nobu, Woodcut, a’Mare or Silks here.

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Chris is a freelance Travel, Food, and Technology writer. He has had work published by The AU Review, Junkee Media and Australian Traveller Media and holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology and Sociology.

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