Valentines at Vaucluse


Valentines Day Dinner

Vaucluse House Tearooms

Treat your special someone to a romantic dining experience at the enchanting Vaucluse House Tearooms. Enjoy a superb three course dinner in the charming art deco Tearooms, surrounded by the peaceful gardens of this magnificent estate.

Special Three Course Menu created by Executive Chef, Marco Adler:

  • Entrée – Choice of 3
  • Main – Choice of 3
  • Dessert - Choice of 3

Price: $75pp (incl. gst), reservations essential

When: from 6.30pm Friday 14 February 2014

Blending period style with quality food and exceptional service, the Vaucluse House Tearooms offers breakfast, lunch, High Tea, private events and wedding receptions. Dine in the café with friends and family or host your next special event overlooking the peaceful gardens of the historic Vaucluse House estate in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

Call 02 8399 3055 to book (8.30am-5.30pm Monday-Friday)

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