With a gastronomical lineup led by some of the best talent in the Sydney food scene as well as some of the most sought-after chefs in the world, Crown Sydney offers bespoke dining experiences that can’t be replicated elsewhere.
With 14 restaurants and bars featuring spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, Crown Sydney offers a range of fine dining venues, signature restaurants and deluxe bars.
Australian chef, Sarah Briegel, has been announced as the Culinary Director of Crown Towers Sydney.
Australian-born and raised, Briegel brings to the role twenty-seven years' experience working alongside the best in the business in kitchens across leading food capitals of the world including London, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bangkok, New York and Shanghai. Most recently, Briegel was Executive Chef at the Mandarin Oriental in Shanghai, a luxury 5-star hotel known for its innovative cuisine with its bars and restaurants frequently touted as amongst the best in the city.
In her role as Crown Towers Sydney Culinary Director, Briegel will develop and lead the culinary program across all aspects of the hotel offering including in-room dining, banquet events and functions.
Guillaume Brahimi, has been announced as Culinary Ambassador of Crown Towers Sydney.
French-born Brahimi trained under Michelin-starred chef Joel Robuchon in Paris before moving to Sydney in the 1990s, opening his acclaimed flagship restaurant - Guillaume at Bennelong - at the Sydney Opera House in 2001. Building on a relationship with Crown that spans eleven years and involves Brahimi having established two highly successful and eponymous restaurants – Bistro Guillaume – in both Melbourne and Perth with Crown, this latest extension of the partnership will see Brahimi work alongside Crown Sydney Culinary Director, Sarah Briegel, to help promote the precinct and the city more broadly as a major food destination for both local, interstate and international visitors. Brahimi will also play a key business advisory role to help shape future innovation in Crown Sydney’s offerings.