Long Lunch Celebrations

Long Lunch Celebrations

Cellos Grand Dining Room


17/07/2020 – 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm


Cellos Grand Dining Room


Welcome Back Long Lunch!


It has been a long while since we have seen some of our valued customers! We are excited to welcome you back with an extra special Friday Long Lunch.

Enjoy a 2-course menu in Cellos Grand Dining Room, showcasing some of our most-loved dishes and musical entertainment with an element of surprise. For an unforgettable Long Lunch we’ve got all the elements down to a fine art – unique and charming 1920′s setting in Cellos, entertainment to make your heart sing, and the crème de la crème of dishes from our kitchen.

Rest-assured we will be maintaining social distancing as a COVID-Safe business.

Friday 17th July at 12.30pm
- Enjoy a delicious 2-course menu
- Sparkling wine on arrival and 2-course menu
- Surprise musical entertainment
Main: Moroccan Lamb backstrap with couscous salad and tomato salsa
Dessert: Warm sticky date pudding, caramel fudge & vanilla bean ice-cream

Friday 31st July at 12.30pm
- Enjoy a delicious 2-course menu
- Sparkling wine on arrival and 2-course menu
- Accomplished pianist John Martin
Main: Pork cutlet on an apple reduction with warm potato salald and pork jus
Dessert: Milk chocolate dome with smashed meringue and raspberry coulis

Don’t miss booking a table for these unmissable events!

Tickets $70 per person

Inclusive of gst and Members’ Discount.

ENQUIRIES – Call us on 9284 1006

Book Dine & Wine Tasting


John Martin, Pianist – Friday 31st July

By the age of six John was playing complex piano compositions by ear and at 15, won an encouragement award for performing a Chopin Impromptu and The Prelude in C# Minor> by Rachmaninov on national television’s “New Faces”.

He is one of Australia’s most diverse, sensitive, award-winning pianists. From his early days in Mudgee, John has been playing professionally for twenty-five years; from recitals, ensembles, classical concerts through to jazz, popular music and cabaret. His warm, vibrant personality and eclectic performance skills are legendary; comfortably embracing live radio broadcasts, he has become a regularly featured artist on Classic FM’s BreakfastDrive and Thursday Live programs.

An intricate part of John’s professional career has also seen him accompanying and mentoring graduating vocalists, wind, brass and string instrumentalists through their public examination recitals and assessments. As the recipient of two prestigious, overseas study grants awarded by The Music Board of Australia and Australia’s Opera Foundation, John studied and worked in London under the tutelage of two world-renowned pianists, Clifford Benson and Paul Hamburger, strengthening his accompanist skills with both vocal and instrumental ensembles.