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Feature pieces, antique furniture, tea lights, cushions, decorative lanterns and a stylish soundtrack will transport you back in time to the romance, mystery and decadence of Old Shanghai.Our food menu features incredible Asian cuisine from Chinese Yum Cha favourites to tasty Japanese Izakaya dishes perfect as a full meal or a simple bar snack. Our cocktail list will dazzle your tastebuds with everything from our delectable Asian-themed signature creations to the quintessential old-school classics. A glance at our back bar will make your jaw drop with one of Melbourne’s biggest and best collection of luxury and rare spirits.To keep things interesting we have live jazz every Tuesday from 7:30pm with Opium Jazz, live R&B every Thursday from 9pm with Shaolin Funk, and DJs spinning lounge, R&B, pop, and disco every Saturday from 9pm with Shanghai’d.Rum lovers can’t miss The Melbourne Rum Club on the first Monday of every month where you will indulge in rum tastings, rum cocktails, and rum tales.In addition to being the perfect place for a date, Golden Monkey is also the ideal place to host a private function.We look forward to meeting you soon and giving you some of our world famous Monkey love.
Campari House is a city venue like no other. The once famous Campari Bistro has been brilliantly rejuvenated, creating a fantastic four level hospitality experience reflecting Melbourne’s diverse restaurant and bar culture. Seamlessly merging vintage and contemporary, Campari House has the feel of an instant classic. Stylish without being sleek, the venue is warm and inviting, comfortable yet lively.
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"Designed by Eades & Bergman, the venue interior not only pays heritage to the New York dining scene, but also makes its mark amongst Melbourne’s top bars and eateries. Nieuw Amsterdam owner Michael Roszbach (ex-Cookie) had an inkling of what he wanted for his new venture, but until he found the double storey 1880s red brick building he wasn’t certain.Bringing interior designers Eades & Bergman on board (the creative duo behind The Meatball & Wine Bar, Mr Miyagi and Bomba Bar), it became apparent that the exposed brick, beautiful archways and big windows screamed New York style, and Nieuw Amsterdam was born.New York influences aside, the upstairs dining area has a distinct French bistro feel, with dark wood and classic bistro furnishings. Chef Jeffery Trotter makes use of fresh and seasonal produce to create a menu that pays homage to American cuisine and those that shaped it.Come evening head down to the dimly lit basement cocktail bar, perfect for night owls and, as Roszbach so eloquently puts it, “hang-ups, hangovers and heartaches.”
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