By Ian Neubauer
Designed in partnership with Amanda Henderson of Gloss Creative, the private dining room will inspire and entice diners with its luxurious dark interior. A large charcoal coloured dining table will sit at the centre of the room, with Paul Smith black Catifa chairs, jet-black carpet, a feature painting by Peter Booth and a plasma screen showing insight into the culinary creations.
The room will also feature a custom-designed Eurocave wine fridge sporting the largest selection of Dom Pérignon ever seen in Australia, including the soon-to-be-released 2000 vintage.
Moët Hennessy Australia’s CEO, Robert Remnant, said the dining room will set a precedent in the industry.
“Our collaboration with Vue de monde will not only showcase the outstanding variety of Dom Pérignon champagnes, but provide an unforgettable sensory experience for diners,” he said.
The Dom Pérignon dining room will be open for private dinners for ten to fourteen people from May 22. A degustation dinner hosted by Dom Pérignon’s chef de cave, Richard Geoffroy, will be held on May 21 to launch the room.
Reservations can be made directly through Vue de monde on 03 9691 3888 or by clicking here.