After seven years on the now-iconic South Yarra corner, French fine-diner Entrecôte is making a move one suburb south to Prahran.
The move will see Entrecôte fill out a space on Greville Street that was previously Japanese restaurant Toko. Like Greville Street’s recent transformation, the space itself will also be treated to far more than fresh lick of paint. Restaurateur and owner, Jason M Jones will work closely with his partner and renowned designer Brahman Perera to bring new life into the 200 pax space.The design is set to lean on inspiration from institutional venues like Hôtel Costes, ‘Ralphs’ in Paris and New York’s The Carlyle.
While the departure may come as a surprise to some, Jones states that Entrecôte’s South Yarra residence was never intended to be permanent.
"Entrecôte Domain Road was always meant to be a pop-up. We originally had a one year lease and now, seven years later, the time has come time to move on. We are so excited to have found the perfect place to call our new Maison." says Jones.
With more space comes more room to explore the Entrecôte experience, and with that in mind, diners can expect DJs spinning French vinyl, a Jazz residence on Fridays while opera dinners will also remain a highlight.
Entrecôte’s final South Yarra service will take place Friday 13 August before opening doors to their Greville Street locale on Wednesday 1 September.
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