The home of Australia's Chef Hat Awards and Readers Choice Awards
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123 Collins Street,Melbourne City VIC
Great Decor, great service and fabulous food. I personally recommend Sushi!
Food 3/4 StarsSetting 3/4 StarsService 3/4 StarsValue 3/4 Stars
When only the best will suffice, head to Collins Kitchen nestled inside the Grand Hyatt on Collins Street, where guests embark on a culinary journey like no other. Offering an abundance of natural light, retreat into luxurious decor of warm earthy tones, high ceilings and bursts of greenery, best suited to opulent dining at any time of the day. Collins Kitchen is committed to sourcing the finest, sustainable produce, a progressive approach to seasonal dishes and creating memorable experiences with an open kitchen being the showpiece of the restaurant. Acting as a blank canvas for the talented Chef, Jason Camillo to display his culinary skills, expect dishes like hiramasa kingfish with green nam jim, coconut and basil, as well as saltbush lamb rump with smoked yoghurt and eggplant relish.
Part of the $45 million redevelopment of Grand Hyatt Melbourne , the opening of Collins Kitchen in 2008 brought a new dining concept to the city. Situated within the luxurious surrounds of the hotel, the restaurant is renowned for its innovative open show kitchen and emphasis on local produce.With an abundance of natural light and a variety of dining areas including banquette seating overlooking Russell Street, Collins Kitchen seats 180 guests with two private dining rooms seating 14 and 10 guests, as well as a relaxing lounge area.Collins Kitchen, located at Grand Hyatt Melbourne, provides a dining experience unlike any other in Melbourne. Renowned for its innovative open show kitchen and emphasis on local, organic ingredients, Collins Kitchen serves dishes created from five different dining concepts - Sushi, Deli, Grill, Wok and Patisserie. Culinary star and Executive Chef Jason Camillo leads a team of chefs who create dishes from the multiple food concepts – where the priority is offering simple, authentic food using the finest local and organic produce, with an emphasis on visual food displays. For those who find it tricky to choose just one cuisine, Collins Kitchen is the ultimate destination with dishes from all corners of the globe. An impressive open kitchen is the showpiece of the restaurant, and acts as a blank canvas where chefs become the artists or actors working from their centre-stage, the kitchen. Guests are able to walk through the kitchens for a dynamic and interactive experience. Collins Kitchen offers a la carte menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all day dining, in addition to a decadent buffet style Sunday Bunch and traditional Afternoon Tea. The extensive wine list draws from the 2700 premium bottle wine room. Collins Kitchen seats 180 guests, with a variety of dining areas including banquette seating overlooking Russell Street, the private ‘Kitchen Room' for 14 guests and a ‘Chef's Table' for 10 guests. Collins Kitchen is open daily from 6am to 10.30pm.ABOUT CHEF JASON CAMILLO:Chef Jason Camillo, Executive Chef of Collins Kitchen, was named South Australian Chef of the Year in 2006 by the state's Restaurant and Catering Association in their annual Awards for Excellence. He has also been awarded accolades by the prestigious Les Chaine des Rotisseurs and Les Toque. In addition to his numerous awards, Jason's career highlights include cooking for the Queen of England, former Prime Minister John Howard and former U.S. President, Bill Clinton.
12-hour slow cooked beef short ribs with green romesco and fresh horseradish.
Tomatoes will always be incorporated in one of his menu items, find out why?
Mix all the sauce ingredients in a bowl and chill in refrigerator for at least 1 hour.
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