Christmas parties and catered-functions for the design community.
September 30th, 2009
The C-IQUE Design Bar at the Classique Showroom in St Margarets Urban Village, is the ideal location for Christmas Parties and Functions for the design community in Sydney.
Spanning two floors and featuring both indoor and outdoor spaces, the C-IQUE Bar opens onto the pedestrianised courtyard of St Margarets.
A private conference room with AV equipment is available for the industry to hire and entertain their clients, while the downstairs C-IQUE Design Bar offers an elegant ambiance for networking with free secure wireless Internet access for guests.
C-IQUE Design Bar offers a custom-designed gourmet function menu, which can include wines, canapés, champagne, cocktails, as well as main course meals, superb cakes and Illy coffee.
C-IQUE can even outsource catering to showrooms and offices surrounding the Surry Hills design district.
Availability for functions during November and December are filling fast, so be sure to plan your celebration soon.
Book your design firm’s function in during October and receive an automatic 20% off the standard price for all food and beverage.
Chef Roshan Rodrigo has been recognised by the food industry and is a previous winner of the SMH Gold Plate Award.
Surround your staff and invited VIP clients with an exceptional gourmet experience and warm intimate ambiance with private areas reserved.
Even for small private presentations the Classique conference room is available for hire at affordable rates, to create a productive environment with outstanding catering.
Sydney’s concept showroom and design bar space features an array of unique of designs by: Philippe Starck, Rodolfo Dordoni, Piero Lissoni, Franco Poli, Jean Nouvel, Karim Rashid, Eoos, Tito Agnoli and more.
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