The Dining Room’ awarded Two Hats
The Lancemore Group is thrilled to announce The Dining Room at Lindenderry at Red Hill, has been recognised as one of the top restaurants in Victoria, awarded two Chef Hats in the Australian Good Food Guide’s 2019 Chef Hat Awards. The announcement follows their 2018 Australian Good Food Guide Readers’ Choice Award for Vineyard Restaurant.
Set in the very heart of Red Hill, with beautiful new interiors by Hecker Guthrie and windows overlooking 34 acres of gardens and vineyards, The Dining Room has become a must-visit destination restaurant. Now with Executive Chef, David Green at the helm accompanied by a team of leading of hospitality professionals, The Dining Room is a top dining experience in Victoria.
Receiving a score of 15 out of 20, a total rated by Australian Good Food Guide as ‘food quite out of the ordinary’, The Dining Room is in good company following celebrated Mornington Peninsula restaurant, Laura.
Of the exciting award, General Manager of Lindenderry at Red Hill, Brendan Jones said, “We always strive for exceptional food and service, so to be recognised as one of the top restaurants in Victoria and awarded Two Hats by the Australian Good Food Guide is an accolade we’re very proud of. We are delighted to see the Mornington Peninsula thrive as a must-visit gourmet destination.”
Judged by anonymous inspectors, Australian Good Food Guide’s Chef Hats are awarded based on six attributes: ingredients, taste, presentation, technique, value and consistency and have been awarded to chefs Australia-wide since 1982. The Dining Room showcases hand-selected, locally sourced ingredients with an elegant menu that changes with the seasons. Reserve a table now: bit.ly/LRHTheDiningRoom
About Lindenderry at Red Hill and The Lancemore Group
Lindenderry at Red Hill was founded by Australian, family-owned boutique hotel group Lancemore. Backed by four decades in the hospitality industry, the company is now helmed by CEO Julian Clark. In partnership with Hecker Guthrie, he has led the vast country property into a new era, as a world-class, Mornington Peninsula escape designed for blissful weekenders, reinvigorating long stays and bespoke events.
Lindenderry’s extensive renovation comes hot on the heels of another rejuvenated Lancemore property, the Larmont Sydney, which is just around the corner from the iconic King’s Cross Coca-Cola sign. Its sleek, super minimalist interiors—created by interior design studio Hassel—feel a world away from the warm, homely intimacy of Lindenderry, but they have the same respect for enduring materials, understated and beautiful-crafted designer furnishings, and natural Australian light.