SkyHigh Mount Dandenong is delighted to announce our new menus and re-opening of restaurant dining including a rare opportunity to book for lunch and dinner in our lavish upper floor function room, usually reserved for elite events only.

Winter is fantastic at SkyHigh, come up now and enjoy the fresh air with the best restaurant seating in Melbourne, with an open fire and views overlooking the city below. Feel free to bring up to 19 other people with you but ensure you respect others and follow social distancing.

Lunch is being served at a set price of $35 per adult for 2 courses and a drink, $20 for children 12 and under. Bookings are taken from 1pm in our upper floor function room on selected dates.

Dinner is being served at a set price of $65 per adult for 4 courses and a drink, $30 for children 12 and under. Bookings are taken from 5.30pm in our upper floor function room on selected dates.

Seating is limited to 20 patrons in total at the moment and a maximum of 6 patrons per booking, because of this reservations are essential for the upper floor function room and payment is taken at the time of booking.

The lower floor bistro is open for a la carte lunch 7 days a week and dinner Friday to Sunday. Bookings are required for dinner and it is full table service. We don not take bookings for lunch, you just select your table and order at the counter. We do require contact details of all customers that dine for lunch and dinner.

All areas of the cafe, restaurant and function room are regularly sanitised.
Doors will be propped open wherever possible to limit the number of door handles touched.
We ask customers to pay via tap and go rather than cash to limit the handling of cash by staff.
Other places to get food and drink, as well as our Maze remain open but we will be selling takeaway items only from these areas. There is no need to book for takeaway but it is takeaway so there is no seating provided. Seating is reserved for restaurant only and only if you have a prepaid booking.

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