Published on 28 July 2022
Mornington Peninsula’s Pt Leo Estate is back in business after a kitchen fire halted restaurant operations in May.
Popping up in the estate as Pt Leo Pavilion from mid-August, the restaurant will be serving a shared menu inspired by the produce of the Peninsula, running until Pt Leo Restaurant and flagship fine diner, Laura, resume service at the end of the year.
Open every day for lunch, and for dinner on Saturdays, the pop-up's $95 sharing menu includes a selection of entrées and two mains, plus sides and dessert, with the option of oysters, caviar, and Red Hill truffles available for good measure.
“After two years of interruptions due to the pandemic, one would be forgiven for lacking the energy to think outside the box,” said Pt Leo Estate general manager, Roger Lancia. “Instead, we have been able to re-create a generous and contemporary dining experience that exists harmoniously with our amazing cellar door and world-class sculpture park.”
Bookings for Pt Leo Pavilion are open now for August.
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