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Top10 Best Private Dining Rooms in Melbourne

Finding a private dining room is an arduous task. Here, we've handpicked the best in Melbourne that will suit anything from small team celebration dinners, corporate cocktail parties and family affairs.
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Located 35 floors above the Paris end of Collins Street in the Sofitel Melbourne, No 35 is an elegant restaurant where rich timbers, vibrant tones, contemporary artworks and a world-class contemporary European menu preside over commanding views of Melbourne.
Holds: 30
A destination restaurant with a swag of culinary awards to boot, Taxi Dining Room offers the complete culinary experience in the heart of Melbourne's arts district with modern Australian cuisine that takes inspiration from Asian and European flavours.
Holds: 12 - 36
Cascading over five levels, Radii Restaurant and Bar within Melbourne's Park Hyatt Hotel epitomises fine dining. The opulent interior is decorated in shades of gold and is complimented by the glow from the open kitchen, which serves Modern European plates with an emphasis on its grill and wood-fire oven. Complimentary valet parking is offered for any dinner booking.
Holds: 10-14
Tucked alongside Melbourne's most prestigious restaurants, Ezard is one of the city's finest eateries, serving exciting Asian-influenced food in a refined and understated setting. Quintessentially Melbourne, Chef extrodinaire Teage Ezard and his team continuously experiment with flavours, textures and classic Asian techniques to create an unforgettable dining experience within the subterranean dining room.
Holds: 14
Melbourne hotspot Red Spice Road is unimpeachably stunning, with a memorable Asian menu to match. The architecturally designed restaurant boasts five different areas, which can be divided into separate function spaces. The lotus rooms are perfect for private dining.
Holds: 8 -30
With a contemporary approach to dining, the architecturally impressive Cutler and Co. is a favourite in the Melbourne dining scene. Located in an old metal work factory on Fitzroy's Gertrude Street, Cutler and Co is the brainchild of Chef Andrew McConnell.
Holds: 32
Circa, the Prince is one of Melbourne's leading drinking and dining destinations. Owners John and Lisa van Haandel have created a new sense of laid-back luxury, where a convivial aesthetic interplays with a versatile use of space. A passion for exotic ingredients and artisan produce, along with organic and heirloom herbs and vegetables from Circa's own kitchen garden, brings a purity of flavour to the table.
Holds: 18
Experience the fine art of authentic Chinese cuisine at renowned Melbourne restaurant Silks, located in the Crown Entertainment Complex. With a fit-out reminiscent of an opulent tea-house, this Southbank restaurant takes Chinese dining to a new, luxurious level and serves fine-regional cuisine, including Sichuanese, Northern Chinese, Shanghainese and Cantonese dishes.
Holds: 12
Woodland House is the collaboration of Melbourne chefs Thomas Woods and Hayden McFarland, who met under the watchful tutelage of the famed Jacques Reymond. The restaurant is located in a stately Victorian mansion in Prahran, and offers a range of elegant dining rooms suitable for private functions for 12 to 60 seated guests.
Holds: 12
This art deco inspired restaurant in Richmond offers a memorable dining experience. The classic Italian menu gets a modern Australian interpretation thanks to the use of fine regional produce while the wine list offers an extensive, international selection. Church Street Enoteca caters to both small private dinners as well as larger functions with two beautifully appointed private dining spaces.
Holds: 20