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We have multiple favourites at Sergeant Lok. To name just a few: entree: master stock pork ear terrine with potato crisps, chilli and lime jelly. For the main: black pepper wagyu sirloin MB5+ cooked medium with forest mushroom OR try the vegan mapo-tofu - housemade tofu with chilli, bean paste and shiitake. For a sweet finish, try our mango cake with star anise cream.
Two worlds collide to form this eclectic heritage-listed space known as Sergeant Lok on George Street in the prestigious The Rocks precinct. Once Sydney’s old police station, you’ll find history illuminated by red, moody tones where guests can embrace the building's rich past through modern Asian cuisine. A central corridor leads to several single and double holding cells from the 1900s which Sergeant Lok has fully embraced to create one of the most unique dining venues in Sydney. A succinct but diverse menu showcases the likes of prawn and scallop cabbage wraps as a prelude to live clams with egg noodles and XO sauce, along with heartier options such as herb oil blanched Blue-eye cod. Sergeant Lok also has private dining spaces which will give any event added panache.
127 George Street, The Rocks 2000 NSW - See Map
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Seats: 100 Chef: Kay Hwang