In the wake of a fire which damaged the property earlier this year, the Pt. Leo Pavilion represents the first opportunity for diners to return to the iconic culinary destination since May.
A sharing-style menu will be available to enjoy in the contemporary indoor heated space for lunch seven days a week, and Saturday dinners.
The carefully-curated menu will incorporate a selection of entrees, two main plates, sides and dessert.
Guests will be able to enjoy the tastes of oysters, caviar and Red Hill truffles alongside local and international fine wines.
Additionally, the Estate’s Cellar Door will open on weekends for over the counter ‘snackettes’ and on Saturday evenings as a Champagne, Cocktail and Caviar Bar.
The on-site Sculpture Park will also reopen for visitors from August 11.
For General Manager Roger Lancia, the new offering finds a strong connection to the Pt. Leo Estate ethos and spirit.
“The Pt. Leo Pavilion will be fun and friendly, and reflects the region and Pt. Leo Estate’s culinary and service DNA,” he said.
The transformed space has also been heavily inspired by the Mornington Peninsula region and community, and according to Roger, is “a testament to our wonderful team and the greater Pt. Leo Estate community who continue to support and motivate us.”
The temporary restaurant is set to run until the reopening of Laura and the Pt. Leo Restaurant.
Since its opening in 2017, Pt. Leo Estate has become a leading culinary and cultural destination in Australia.
Set over 450 acres, the destination celebrates the fusion between internationally acclaimed art, award-winning wine and food and panoramic coastal views.
Bookings for the Pt. Leo Pavilion are now open and can be made via the link here.