Food review: Uncle Su at The Star Gold Coast

To the sound of drums and cymbals and the flourish of Chinese dragons, The Star Gold Coast announced the opening of its new flagship Cantonese restaurant, Uncle Su.

Uncle Su is located at the entryway to The Star’s impressive new tower, The Dawson Hotel, which will open later this year.

With sumptuous décor and beautifully appointed private dining rooms, we are assured that Uncle Su is a restaurant for everyday dining as well as grand occasions. The restaurant’s name is inspired by the respected term of ‘Uncle’ in Chinese tradition, extending to diners an invitation to dine at Chef Song’s own family table.

Fun, vibrant, and embracing the spirit of family, Uncle Su offers classic Cantonese cuisine, created with local Australian ingredients from our seaside locale.

Executive Chef Song Yao Su has worked in some of the world’s finest restaurants, including at The Mansions, Las Vegas, where he honed his skills working with revered Hong Kong chef Pui Wing Hui.

Chef Song has created a delicious menu that brings together his heritage and experience, featuring secret family recipes and signature dishes. It incorporates an abundance of live sustainably sourced seafood (lobster, crab, abalone and barramundi), handmade dim sum, an extensive tea menu, and Chef Song’s specialty Peking duck that is carved at the table.

The Star Gold Coast’s COO, Jessica Mellor says, “Uncle Su will be a restaurant for any occasion, to be enjoyed by family and friends of all generations; a place of warmth and laughter, good times and even better food.”

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