The Editors here at 10 of the best have selected some of their favourite Private Dining Rooms in Melbourne perfect to celebrate birthday dinners in style.
Home to Melbourne’s favourite pork belly and more for over 10 years, Red Spice Road has been dedicated to serving the best food Asia offers, in a buzzing and energetic communal dining environment. Red Spice road has repeatedly been named as home to Melbourne’s favourite pork belly. At the restaurant, you’ll get a South East Asian-style dining experience with all the energy of a busy Asian metropolis right in the heart of Melbourne.From the moment you step inside Red Spice Road, you’ll be transported away from Melbourne’s (quite probably) dreary weather and feel like you’re in the heart of Asia. You’ll be dining under our famous red lantern, surrounded by three large scale David Bromley artworks and stunning murals by up-and-coming Melbourne street artist, Mike Eleven.
Vinorium is all about quality and value for money of the handpicked wine selection & sumptuous food that will perfectly match the wine.Located in the heart of High Street, Northcote, Vinorium has the greatest range of value for money wines. Vinorium brings together all the best aspects of hospitality, providing a fully serviced bar and drinks list. Boasting 20 local and European wines by the glass and an isle of local and imported wines & craft beers to select from our bottle shop to enjoy within our casual dining premise or take home. You can also savour in our delicious selection of award winning Australian and International Cheeses, antipasto, tapas, authentic pizza, pasta, house-made desserts & unique gelato.Chief wine selector & cellar-master is Anthony Nania, is an expert in all things relating to wines around the world, a Wine Ambassador, a wine educator and writer. He has relished his role in setting up the extraordinary wine selection at Vinorium that has already been hailed as the new drinking and dining destination hub in Melbourne.
Bar Rouge is the perfect place for your next event. With a sophisticated design and a modern fit out, this function space can cater for any occasion, from a work get together to a birthday party. Situated just one set of stairs underneath Zagame’s Caulfield and 20 minutes from Melbourne CBD, Bar Rouge is an exclusive space that can accommodate up to 180 people standing or 70 seated. Whether it be a formal dinner or a cocktail party, their Function Packages will have your needs covered. Bar Rouge also features private fully fitted bar and private facilities.
Jean Paul Tranquille took over the ownership of Chez Bob in November 2007 and, in a short space of time, has stamped his strong French personality on an iconic Armadale restaurant.J-P's signature French restaurant with a twist is a reflection of his experience, his culture and Gallic style."Our team works hard to deliver an enjoyable dining experience for our guests," he says. "We want our diners to leave happy. It's a blend of beautiful French food, quality wines and an inviting village atmosphere."
Philhellene opened its doors at the end of November, 2008 with the aim of providing a wholesome experience around Greek food, culture, music and history. The cuisine is provincial Greek with Cypriot and Middle Eastern influences. Being one of the four Greek restaurants in Melbourne to be included in the 2011 Age Good Food Guide, our primary objective at Philhellene is to present an authentic concept of food and drink while using high quality produce and applying traditional methods derived from our own mothers' cooking, creating a truly memorable and even emotional experience.
The Emerson is Melbourne’s grown up playground! Spanning over three levels, Club, Cocktail Bar & Lounge and Rooftop it has something to offer every desire – day and night. The indoor and outdoor Rooftop boasts stunning views from South Yarra to Melbourne’s CBD, a contemporary space designed for soaking up the sun and enjoying laid back tunes with good food, drinks and company. With a produce driven menu designed for lazy grazing, The Emerson’s menu is comprised of tapas plates and share platters with a gourmet twist.
Husband and wife team Stephen and Ute Mercer operate Mercer’s Restaurant from this Federation style cottage, surrounded by a wide verandah and a cottage garden, situated in the tree lined gateway to the leafy suburb of Eltham, in Melbourne’s north east.The interior is warm and elegant with subtle tones and a friendly and welcoming feel, that also reflects the attitude of the staff and approach to the food. With white linen clothed tables adorned with Riedel glassware and Villeroy & Boch crockery, Mercer’s offers a stylish dining environment.The Modern Australian menu is precisely executed yet imaginative, thanks to Stephen Mercer's classical European training. The food reflects intelligent and creative use of the finest seasonal ingredients in eclectic, contemporary and classic dishes that surprise and delight.Mercer's is fully licensed and offers an extensive wine list comprising more than 350 wines with an emphasis on all major Australian wine regions. The restaurant also caters for functions and each individually designed function menu showcases the quality of the dining experience at Mercer's.
This seafood restaurant in Williamstown has to be one Melbourne’s hidden gems and comes complete with arguably one of the cities, most breathtaking views. It has a truly stunning waterfront private dining room, which can accommodate parties of 12 up to 40. On offer is a Mediterranean influenced two and three-course set menu with highlights like the pot-roasted spatchcock with confit tomato, butter bean and sweet onions and a verjuice sauce or choose your own custom menu which can organised and booked in advance.Full AV equipment is available for business meetings and an indicative price range starts from $75pp.
Dining in the sky! Boasting breathtaking floor to ceiling views across Melbourne from the top of Eureka Tower this stunning venue is unrivalled. The Southern Point Room accommodates 40 guests seated and the Northern Point Room accommodates 120 guests seated All-inclusive Food and Beverage packages are on offer, between $170pp to $230pp.(Pricing may be determined by time of day or day of the week).
Welcome to Two Buoys! We are a multi award-winning tapas and wine bar that also serves the best breakfast and coffee on the Mornington Peninsula. Where possible, we source our foods and wine locally, taking advantage of our proximity to some of the best wineries and growers in Australia.Sit back and relax on our deck with stunning views over Port Phillip Bay and enjoy contemporary tapas and wines from all around the world.At Two Buoys we believe food isn’t just for eating, it’s for sharing. Whether it’s with family, friends or colleagues, food brings people together. That’s why our menu concept has been built upon the foundations of sharing – sharing food, wine and a good old fashioned conversation!Sharing also provides the ability to try lots of new and different things and explore how tastes, textures and flavours can become the perfect match of a particular wine or beer. A creamy Spanish prawn with chilli and garlic, paired with a glass of Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain for example, can bring an absolutely wonderful taste and such a flavoursome experience!
As a fine dining Cantonese restaurant conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne, we offer an opportunity to sample the finest northern delicacies in luxurious surrounds. Discover mouth-watering gourmet treats, including the best Peking duck in the Melbourne CBD, without having to travel to Canton itself. Our chefs are highly trained and experienced, our menu and wine list are a distinctive combination of classic and unique, and our wait staff offer unforgettable customer service; we invite you to book a table and experience it all for yourself. Our commitment to excellence and authentic dishes with premium ingredients is why many consider Bamboo House to be the best Chinese restaurant in Melbourne.Try our renowned Tea Smoked Duck and the best Peking Duck you’ll ever taste, as well as Pot Stickers and Steamed Scampi with a delicate garlic sauce.Whilst we encourage you to explore the distinctive flavours of northern Chinese cuisine and our house specialities, we also have an excellent Cantonese repertoire that is sure to please. Our culinary team will take every possible effort to meet your special dietary requirementsBamboo House prides itself on its valued heritage and tradition through its signature dishes. Amongst the first Chinese restaurants serving dishes from Northern region of China, Bamboo House is renowned for its consistent quality in the fusion of traditional and contemporary dishes. This consistency together with the courteous friendly staff had attracted the loyal patrons from Melbourne and all over the world for decades.Bamboo House celebrates the elegance and the harmonic fusion of the traditional ambience and mouth watering dishes. We have embraced a culture of uncompromised traditional values. This is highlighted right from the wide entrance doors with the plaque symbolising the bamboo plant giving a hint of class to expect inside. The mood continues throughout the restaurant with a fusion of traditional wall dressings, ornaments and modern glass side walls opening it up to a view of traditional bamboo plants that symbolises the story of pride.Bamboo House is a popular choice of venue for corporate and private functions with elegance. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, our dedicated staff welcome you to what we pride while you indulge yourself in the flavours of the oriental culinary creations in an atmosphere speaks our tradition.
Stefano’s Restaurant is the flagship venue for celebrity cook, microbrewer and restaurateur Stefano de Pieri. This highly idiosyncratic dining venue in Mildura Victoria sprang from the combined vision of Don Carrazza, owner of the Mildura Grand Hotel, and his son-in-law, Stefano.The restaurant and Stefano have been bestowed numerous awards and continue to attract local, interstate and international diners.Stefano’s is housed in the original cellars of the Mildura Grand Hotel. What were once cool rooms for kegs of beer have been turned into intimate dining spaces. The larger of the two, The Cool Room, seats up to 30 guests and is notable for a display of frosted mirrors from the 1930s that visually narrate the Mildura story. The Venetian Room seats up to 14 guests and takes its name from Stefano’s origins. The corridor linking these ‘cool rooms’ is lined with tables for single or couple diners and an array of art work and memorabilia from Stefano’s collection.
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