Six Luxe Private Rooms Around Australia for Your Next Baller Night Out

A recent venture from renowned chef Scott Pickett (Estelle, Lupo), Chancery Lane has taken over the historic Normanby Chambers site at 430 Little Collins Street — and it has done so in style. The space is now kitted out with dimly lit dining zones, curved banquettes and arched windows framed in dapper black steel.

Food-wise, you can expect Euro-accented bistro fare that’s at once timeless and unafraid of modern technique. This is complemented by a grand, globe-trotting wine cellar, including a pick of top-shelf wines displayed artfully in a former safe within one of the dining room walls.

The expansive restaurant also features a number of spaces for private entertaining. The 18-seat Archways Room can be booked with an adjoining private atrium for pre-dinner drinks, or even as an extension of the room. In the semi-private Cellar Room, which seats 12 and adjoins the Archway Room (the two rooms can also be combined to create a bigger space), you’ll be enclosed behind a plush velvet curtain on one side and an imposing floor-to-ceiling wine rack on the other. The room comes with its own dedicated wait staff, too.

The most in-demand room though? That’d be the ten-seat Chandelier Room, in which dedicated wait staff cater to your every need. Plus, the room features a large-scale artwork and a spectacular 19th-century French chandelier.

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