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Lord Cardigan Restaurant
Top Fine Dining

Albert Park, 3206
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ClosedFrom 6pmFrom 6pm12pm - Late12pm - Late 8:30am - Late8:30am - 2:30pm

ABOUT Lord Cardigan Restaurant
Top Fine Dining

Established in 2007, Lord Cardigan is the first restaurant of husband and wife team John Singer and Dominique Bolger. Its conception has been years in the making and an obvious choice for the couple who have both worked in the hospitality industry for years.

Lord Cardigan's menu is distinctively Australian with European and Asian influences. John produces thoughtful and beautifully presented dishes of great flavour and character. The menu reflects his desire to create dishes that remain in the memory and linger on the taste buds.

The wine list is small, interesting and carefully chosen, comprising Australian and imported wines to complement the menu and the season.

Combine all that with Dominique's attention to detail and unique ability to make you feel at home, you'll find yourself raving about Lord Cardigan to all your family and friends.

Lord Cardigan facilitates private functions and exclusive venue hire
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