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Zigis Bar and Dining at Flinders Hotel

An exciting dining experience has arrived in Flinders. Nestled within Flinders Hotel, Zigis Bar & Dining redefines coastal inspired dining with a shared-style menu. Drawing on international techniques and flavours, and utilising local Mornington Peninsula produce, their small and large sharing plates embrace a contemporary modern Australian twist. ⁣⁣
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Dine big or dine small with choices from the a la carte menu, or for the ultimate dining experience the ‘Feed Me’ option allows your table to choose a set number of snack, small, large, sides and dessert plates for a bespoke seasonal offering, unique to your table’s personal tastes.⁣⁣
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Indulge with a pre-dinner signature cocktail or immerse yourself in their extensive list of premium Victorian distilled gins. Elevate your dining experience with their carefully curated wine list, bringing you the best of the Mornington Peninsula and international offerings, all meticulously chosen to complement the sharing plates.⁣⁣

Table bookings essential.

Join in for a fabulous Gin High Tea every Saturday featuring a delectable sweet and savoury menu, served with your choice of over 60 premium Victorian gins.

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Corner of Cook Street and Wood Street
Flinders Victoria 3929
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