Christmas Lunch in July

Strangers’ Restaurant

  • Dates | 1st to 31st July 2024
  • Days | Monday to Thursday | 12pm to 3pm
    • Last seating at 1:00pm
  • 3 Course Lunch | $90.00 pp
  • Matching Wines | $126.00 pp
  • Menu to be released early June
  • Minimum 2 person, Maximum 24
  • Bookings are essential
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Christmas Themed Lunch

Available in July
Monday to Thursday, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Last seating at 1:00 pm
Three Courses - $90.00 per person
Your selection of one entrée, main & dessert, followed by tea & coffee
With Matching Wines - $126.00 per person
Includes one matched wine per a course, followed by tea & coffee

Monday Lunch Special

Two Course Lunch$60.00
Includes your selection of one main and dessert from the a la carte menu, followed by tea & coffee at a set price of $60 per person.

Seasonal Menu

The menu rotates throughout the year to accommodate the seasonal change of local produce. Menus are usually available by the start of the month. July and December menus have a Christmas theme.
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Strangers’ Restaurant

Strangers’ Restaurant annual Christmas themed lunch returns.

Available Monday to Thursday in December, from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm, with the last seating at 1:30 pm.

Strangers’ Restaurant overlooking the beautiful Domain, provides a rare opportunity for the public to experience fine dining at New South Wales Parliament House.

The Executive Chef has designed a Christmas themed menu that showcases the wonderful delicacies and unique regions of New South Wales.

Dining with history

Parliamentary Catering has long played host to a high calibre of esteemed guests, from Heads of State, World Leaders, Consul Generals and Ambassadors, to Hollywood stars and British royalty. Guests among the famous names include King Charles III, the late Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the late Diana, Princess of Wales, Prince Edward, Duke of Wessex and Actress Audrey Hepburn.

Historically, guests to Parliament, which may include visiting dignitaries, consulate representatives or even members of the Royal family were referred to as ’strangers’, thus the restaurant became known as the place ‘where strangers become friends’.

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