Think of an excuse, seriously any excuse for an intimate dinner party. You’re already in love with heavenly Vue du Monde perched on level 55 of the Rialto Tower – it’s here degustation feasts involving caramelised eels, smoked pigeon and duck eggs leave diners in orgasmic food comas – and now the delectable chef of chefs Shannon Bennett takes Vue du Monde’s theatrical dining experience to another level.
Stage right of the main room, please welcome The Dom Perignon Room. It’s here, as you dine practically in the stars in your own room fit for 14 of your nearest and dearest with a view of Melbourne, you can have each intricate yet seasonal and earthy course matched with a vintage glass of Dom Perignon. Beyond lavish.
Dark and sensual, with black kangaroo hides enveloping the tables, Jardin d’Eden silver cutlery and beeswax candles swinging from the ceiling, this is classic dining with a hint of gothic rock n’roll.
Drop some hints ladies (or gents). Big hints. This is one private soiree worth getting engaged for.
Dom Perignon Room – Vue Du Monde
Level 55, Collins Street Melbourne