Geuridon service reimagined

To complement the heritage venue and one of the best views in the state we provide unique experiential dining options. In 1852 Arthur Hardy’s dinners were famous for the Gueridon trolleys and food being prepared at the table. Today our chef, Amit Laud, has brought this concept into the modern times providing experiential live cooking stations in our manicured gardens with an amazing view over the Piccadilly Valley. Some of these options include outdoor cocktail bars, slow cooked ribs from our American style smoker, flambéed brulee station, our Japanese robata grill charcoal station, gelato carts and even a nitro oyster station.

If you can imagine it then we can do it. Ask our friendly sales team for more details.