Services

St Georges Restaurant

St Georges Restaurant provides in-house training for hospitality students, including those enrolled in the Bachelor of Hospitality Management, under the expert guidance of Hospitality Department staff.

St Georges offers an elegant but relaxed dinning atmosphere offering a full à la carte menu service.  A wine and beer list which includes wines produced by NMIT’s Viticulture and Winemaking students from our own vineyards is available. Students also produce a cocktail  and a ‘mocktail’ of the day.

Prices are relatively inexpensive and as the year continues the restaurant gets busier and bookings are often necessary, especially at the Master Chef and other special events. Our Next Master Chef Dinner is on 16th September …read more at That Latin food flavour – master chef dinner with Frank Torres

 

Sabrosa Alimento Buffet
An evening of fun Mexican food presented by the Certificate III in Commercial Cookery Students

Where: St Georges Restaurant
Price: $44.00 per person Food Only
Date: 7pm Thursday 11th September 2014
For bookings please call 9269-1577. Advanced payment will be required

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Functions

For function packages to cater for your specific needs, please contact St Georges Restaurant directly.

Phone: 03 9269 1577
Fax: 03 9269 1448

Bookings

Phone: 03 9269 1577
Fax: 03 9269 1448
Email: ua.ud1411402330e.tim1411402330n@seg1411402330roegt1411402330s1411402330

Location

Building K, Preston Campus.

Restaurant Trading Hours

St Georges Restaurant will be open for lunch Monday to Friday (12-2pm) and for dinner Tuesday to Thursday evenings (7-9pm). Mystery Box Dinner – Every Tuesday. Please see flyer

St Georges will be closed on weekends and during student holidays. For further details please see the Operations Calendar.

We are also open for private functions: lunch Monday to Friday (12-2pm) and dinner Tuesday to Friday evenings (7-9pm).

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