As we start the New Year, our clients have a strong desire to re-connect with clients and colleagues to signal that 2021 is a year for positive engagement and growth.
We are living in a world where experiences are valued more than ever, we want to feel part of a community and to walk away with new found knowledge from the experience.
We know that entertaining in 2021 may require an intimate approach to one be enjoy the company of our guests and two to respect what enteraining in the new normal means to corporate Australia.
Our team pride ourself in seeking out the best of the best in dining spaces for our clients to ensure that their invitation is received with curiosity and excitement. When establishing the goals for your next private dining event, our Lifestyle team have put together a list of Sydney’s newests and most iconic private dining rooms.
Working with our clients to establish a strategic brief when it comes to finding the perfect private dining room location is crucial to delivering an ultimate dining experience.
Our Business & Lifestyle team are your ultimate guide when it comes to securing your private dining occasion
LASTEST IN SYDNEY PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
1 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo, Sydney
Crown Sydney opened its highly anticipated world-class luxury resort and dining precinct in December 2020, bringing to Sydney the ultimate in curated dining experiences with Nobu, Woodcut, a’Mare, Yoshii’s Omakase and Silks. Crown Sydney announced last week its latest partnership with one of Australia’s most renowned chefs, Guillaume Brahimi who will join Sydney’s latest dining precinct as its Culinary Ambassador.
Nobu – Internationally renowned Chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, known to the world as “Nobu” has opened in Sydney joining sister properties at Corwn Melbourne and Crown Perth. At the heart of the Nobu experience is a knowledgeable and fluid service, distinctively welcoming guests with an element of the unexpected. Get a taste of the international fine dining icon for yourself and be immersed in the excitement of the Nobu experience in the intimate surrounds of one of their 3 private dining rooms.
Karada Room, up to 10 guests
Maindo Room, up to 14 guests
Seishin Room, up to 18 guests
Woodcut – Award-winning couple, chef Ross Lusted and Sunny Lusted have opened their unique dining experience at Crown Sydney, celebrating Australian produce and cooking with wood, charcoal and steam. This concept was inspired Ross and Sunny’s travels and the memories evoked by meals cooked in a slow wood burning oven or over an open fire, and the earthy flavours it creates. Woodcut features beautifully appointed private rooms with spaces both indoor and on their water view Terrace.
Ironbark Room, up to 7 guests
Chef’s table, up to 10 guests
Silver Ash, up to 12 guests
Applewood Dining Room, up to 18 guests
a’Mare – Inspired by the nostalgia of dining out when service was paramount and food was simply delicious, acclaimed Chef and Restaurateur Alessandro Pavoni welcomes his latest venture to the Sydney landscape. With an ever-changing menu that evolves with the finest seasonal Australian produce and Italian ingredients, dishes are focused on the simplicity of these ingredients, the regions from which they came and the stories behind them.
“It’s been a dream of mine to create the best classical Italian restaurant in Australia” Alessandro Pavoni
Guests will enjoy a culinary experience in glamorous surroundings in the ground floor restaurant, al fresco dining on the Terrace and 3 private upstairs dining rooms.
The Wine Room, up to 10 guests
The Library Room, up to 12 guests
Harbour View Room, up to 48 guests
Silks – Synonymous with the harmonious flavours of the northern regions of China, Silks brings traditional Cantonese cuisine to Crown Sydney in what is one of Sydney’s newest food destinations.
With 9 private dining rooms to cater for a variety of group sizes and occasions, Silks can accommodate groups from 6 guests to 12 guests.
Skittle Lane, Sydney
Owner Ussi Moniz Da Silva set out to create a “futuristic oasis” in the heart of the city and the result… an extraordinary mix of a waterfall, a firepit and French food.
Meu Jardim’s Giselle private dining room, accommodates up to 12 guests.
11 Barrack Street, Sydney
A contemporary Italian restaurant in the heart of the CBD, Seta Sydney pays homage to the flavours and aromas of Italy paired with culinary innovation and warm hospitality. Michelin Star chef Matteo Vigotti’s cooking philosophy and culinary vision for Seta focuses on selecting the best ingredients available, using the most advanced cooking techniques and continuously researching to push the boundaries of innovation.
The private dining room can accommodate up to 16 guests.
1 Macquarie Street, Sydney
A synergy of many elements, in an unrivalled harbourside location, Aria is one of Australia’s finest restaurants. Aria brings together the vision of owners Matt Moran and Bruce Solomon, the creativity of Executive Chef Joel Bickford, the best seasonal produce and a world-class wine list in a stunning, art-filled space with sweeping Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge views.
The Harbour Room offers floor to ceiling glass with spectacular views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Circular Quay. This intimate space accommodates up to thirty (30) guests.
Upper Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks
Quay is one of the country’s most celebrated restaurants and recognised in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Quay is the creation of the Fink Group and Executive Chef, Peter Gilmore, it is an immersive dining experience overlooking Sydney Harbour.
The Private Dining Room overlooks the Sydney Opera House featuring an elliptical spotted gum dining table, and walls adorned by overlapping fabric veils referencing the colours of Australian gum leaves on the forest floor and seating up to ten (10) guests.
Quay’s Upper Tower offers the most spectacular view of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and historic Rocks through floor to ceiling glass windows. Arguably Sydney’s most spectacular dining room, the Upper Tower seats up to seventeen (17) guests.
The Green Room is Quay’s largest private dining space seating up to fifty four (54) guests for lunch or dinner.
Bennelong Point, Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Bennelong showcases the diversity of Australian cuisine within the shell of one of Australia’s most iconic buildings. Menus are developed by chef Peter Gilmore, whose creative and original cuisine established Bennelong at the forefront of Australia’s food scene. Peter’s cuisine philosophy of Nature, Intensity, Texture and Purity can be seen in every dish he creates.
The City Circle – exclusive use of the venue seating from 29 to 76 guests
Opera Circle – seating up to 28 guests
The Table – up to 10 guests
Sydney Customs House, 31 Alfred Street, Sydney
From the rooftop of Customs House, Cafe Sydney captures the essence of Sydney with stunning harbour views, delicious food, an outdoor terrace, cocktail lounge and a relaxed, contemporary interior.
The Private Dining Room seating up to sixteen (16) guests with terrace access features stunning views of Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge.
88 Oxford St, Woollahra
The Hotel Centennial is a Woollahra institution and local favourite for decades, striking a balance of elegant atmposphere with luxe furnishings.
The Apartment has been converted from a former private residence atop long-time local favourite Hotel Centennial in leafy Woollahra. With arched windows, high ceilings and private terrace The Apartment offers a modern minimalism light-filled venue with views across Centennial Park.
The Apartment seats up to 32 guests.
Iceberg’s Dining Room & Bar
One Notts Avenue, Bondi Beach
With an ever evolving menu focused on modern Italian cuisine and celebrating seasonal flavours, the intimate and elegant Dining Room is the beating heart of Icebergs Dining Room and Bar. Arranged to take in the famous view of Bondi, by day or night, it makes an unforgettable backdrop to a menu inspired by Maurice Terzini’s Italian heritage.
Over the years the Dining Room has been at the forefront of evolving the perception of Italian food and shaking up the way Australians eat Italian. The menu is designed to give you a seasonally changing opportunity to sample dishes that reflect the depth of Italian cuisine, created with the best produce that Australia has to offer, including sustainable seafood, artisanal produce and the occasional hint of native Australia.
Maurice Terzini’s timeless dining precinct private dining room with stunning views of the iconic Bondi Beach seats up to 18 guests.
65 Ocean Street, Woollahra
Nestled in Sydney’s picturesque Woollahra, Chiswick Restaurant with its charming interior, glass-panelled French doors wtih views and working kitchen garden. Menus designed by owner Matt Moran and head chef Tom Haynes, the restaurant has a semi-private dining room that can accommodate up to 40 guests for a sit-down lunch or dinner receptions.
With many ingredients grown outside the window in the garden, the menu is focused to the seasons, the selection is elegant simplicity and perfect for sharing.