The St George Leagues Club down in Kogarah is legendary in South Sydney: a fixture in the neighbourhood since the 1960s, it was once known as the Taj Mahal – a reference to the huge amount of white marble used in the construction of the building – and to this day it boasts one of the largest memberships of any club in Sydney. The Grange at St George Leagues Club on Princes Highway is the Chinese-style buffet that serves the members and public alike, and it can get very busy, so book a table now.
Little disappointed this time. We arrived at 7.30pm on a Friday. There was hardly any Balmain bugs only 2 so they were not filling up seafood regularly. 3 pieces of pork belly the plate not refilled and no one making duck pancakes as the lady left and didn't come back. Its been better last time I came but don't think I'll return
Great food and atmosphere you must come and visit the best buffet in the St George area.. easy to get to and a real gem in the leagues club
St George is famous for a few things: the iconic red vee of their rugby league club, their huge Leagues Club down on Princes Highway in Kogarah and, in a pitiful third place, killing a dragon. What the saint did for dragon safety programmes and Norm Provan did for rugby league trophies, The Grange at St George Leagues Club does for Chinese food. From Wednesday to Sunday, 5-30pm to 9pm, they offer a buffet that is among the best in Sydney, with a diverse selection of dishes cooked up by their in-house chefs.
One of three restaurants in the St George Leagues Club, The Grange is a Chinese buffet that offers members and non-members a chance to enjoy superb food in opulent surroundings. The club – on Princes Highway in Kogarah – is more than just food too, with a huge range of daily events, such as bingo, dancing and live music, to keep punters coming back. Book a table at The Grange for a feed, but stay for the whole club experience at one of Sydney’s premier clubs.