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DINING AT THE WINDSOR

We are delighted to announce that The Cricketers Bar Dining has resumed, with an indoor and outdoor pop-up by Nabil Ansari.

Breakfast and Afternoon Tea service will resume on Friday, November 5th, when the hotel reopens.

We look forward to warmly welcoming you back.

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For the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff, please note that it is a requirement that all guests dining at The Windsor are fully vaccinated. Your vaccination status will be required on booking, and will be confirmed once again on arrival. We wish to assure you that our staff are vaccinated and thank you for your understanding in advance.

Indian Bazaar at The Cricketers Bar (28 October - 7 November)

Nabil Ansari continues his fabulous Indian cuisine with this brief pop-up at The Cricketers Bar, inspired by the Indian Bazaars in Mumbai. 

Christmas at The Windsor

The much-anticipated Christmas celebrations are here. Join us this end of year for an unforgettable Christmas.

Christmas Puddings & Hampers

COMING SOON! Delicious Christmas puddings and gourmet hampers for collection and delivery throughout Victoria.

New Year's Eve at The Windsor

Herald in the New Year with a flavour-filled, modern Indian feast by Nabil Ansari. Then, countdown to 2022 with a live jazz band.

Breakfast at One Eleven

An a la carte breakfast with a farm-to-table approach and good coffee.

 

The Cricketers Bar

A popular watering hole through the ages, our cosy & casual Cricketers Bar in Melbourne is open for lunch and dinner, serving a menu of pub favourites.

SUNDA _

Inspired by the flavours of the region it is named after, SUNDA  _, is a one-hat, multi-award winning modern Southeast Asian establishment set amongst the city’s buzzing laneways. It is just a 3 minute walk from the hotel, and in the heart of the theatre precinct.

Aru

Named after the group of islands on the pre-colonial Sino, Indonesian and northern Australian maritime route, Aru is the latest restaurant from the Sunda group, nestled in a long shopfront on 268 Little Collins Street.