French fine diner, Guillaume, located in Sydney’s Paddington, will open for monthly Sunday lunches starting from 11 October.

Following this date, the restaurant will then be open for lunch on the first Sunday of every month, commencing on 1 November.

On offer will be a four course set menu for $150 per person, including amuse bouche, petits fours and sides, with the menu changing each month to reflect the seasons and incorporate favourite Guillaume dishes.

The first menu will include a salad of yabbies and mudcrab; King George whiting with broad beans, peas, asparagus; and a main to share of rib eye with braised spring vegetables, crispy kipfler potatoes and bearnaise.

“We have had huge demand for Sunday lunches since we opened last August. The restaurant is such a bright, beautiful room that we think it will make for the perfect place to enjoy a long relaxed lunch with family or friends. It is also the first time we are doing a shared dish- it is our nod to the traditional Sunday roast,” Brahimi said.

The restaurant was recently welcomed as one of the newest members of Relais & Chateaux, a renowned international hospitality association. More than 500 of the world’s best luxury hotels and restaurant are members including fellow Australian businesses like Qualia resort on Hamilton Island, Tetsuya’s and The Louise retreat in the Barossa.

International members include Thomas Keller’s Per Se in New York, The French Laundry in the Napa Valley and The Tasting Room in South Africa.

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