Frequently Asked Questions

What does Seiōbo mean?
Seiōbo means ‘queen mother of the west,’ and her symbol is a peach.

What type of cuisine does Seiōbo serve?
We try our best to serve delicious food celebrating the cuisine of the Caribbean through the voice of our team and the bounty of Australian produce.

Who is the chef at Seiōbo?
Paul Carmichael is the Executive Chef of Seiōbo. David Chang is the Chef and Founder of Momofuku.

What’s on the menu?
We serve a 10-course tasting menu in the restaurant. We also have a 5-seat bar where we serve a short a la carte menu. We do not accept bookings for the bar area.

Can you accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies?
Yes. We will do our best to accommodate food allergies and dietary requirements. When making a reservation, please add your food allergies / restrictions to your reservation notes. It’s best if we know in advance, otherwise, we might not be able to accommodate a special menu.

Is Seiōbo wheelchair accessible?

Do you take reservations? Do you allow walk-ins?
Yes. We take reservations through our site for parties of up to 5 guests for our tasting menu. Reservations are available up to 90 days in advance. We will accept walk-ins on a case-by-case basis based on availability or in the case of a cancellation.

For parties of 6-10 guests, please refer to our group bookings page.

Can I have a private event at Seiōbo?
Whilst there is no private dining room, Seiobo is available to hire for private events. To find out more about minimum spend requirements, please complete the private events enquiry form.

Can I bring my own wine?
Seiobo is fully licensed and does not accept outside alcohol.

Can I bring my own cake?
We do not accept outside cakes, but we are happy to provide a small cake for special celebrations. Please make a note of your occasion at the time of making your reservation.

Do you do take-out orders or delivery?

Do you sell gift cards?
No. We do not sell Momofuku gift cards. The Star gift cards are accepted with prior Momofuku reservation.