Citibank Dining Program Benefits for Melbourne Dining 2020
Citibank Dining Program offers diners the opportunity to receive a free bottle of wine when you dine with partner restaurants, with several partner restaurants located in Melbourne. If you're travelling to other states you may wish to take advantage of the offer. The Citibank Dining Program is known for food and wine offers, as well as access to complimentary tickets to food and wine shows, or VIP access at dining events. If you have a Citi credit card or debit card you can be part of the program (I've had a card for over 10 years).
It's so easy to receive the benefits of the Citibank Dining Program. When dining at a partner restaurant (check online) you just need to mention to them you're a Citi cardholder when you book or arrive at the restaurant. Check out the link here for current partner restaurants. Terms and Conditions apply - see the website. These include one bottle of wine per booking, order at the start of service, available at participating restaurants only, no takeaways, no bill splitting for example. There is also a minimum spend to take advantage of the deal.
Citi have a strong association with the Melbourne dining scene and we were recently invited to the Citi Taste of Tennis 2020 with many top tennis players such as Venus Williams, Gael Monfils, Elena Svitolina, Matteo Berrettini, Ajla Tomljanovic, Danielle Collins, Borna Coric, Miomir Kecmanovic), all featuring at the Australian Open, present. A highlight was the premium offerings of some of Melbourne's top chefs in action such as Scott Pickett from Pickett and Co., Estelle and others, Pierrick Boyer from Reverie, Alejandro Saravia from Pastuso, Lucy Liu chefs Zac Cribbes and Jenna Louise North, Chef David Ricardo from Plaza Ballroom and amazing Grand Slam macrons from chef David Clark of Cacao, Oak Kunnalok from Kekou, and fabulous homemade calzone from chef Ian Curley from French Saloon.
We have visited a number of Citibank Dining Program partner restaurants for excellent experiences.
Premium Vietnamese dining at local hero Dandelion, a Citibank Dining Program Partner.
Nobu Southbank world class restaurant lights up the Melbourne dining scene.
Red Spice Road features fabulous pork dishes and Thai flavours.
Massi restaurant brings Citibank Dining Program diners the best of Italy.
Taxi Kitchen is one of Melbourne's icons with stunning views.
No 35 restaurant sits atop Sofitel Melbourne on Collins with superb food and wine and one of the best Melbourne dining views of the cityscape.
The Cliveden Bar & Dining excels with one of the best premium buffet offerings on the Melbourne dining scene.
Yagiz restaurant brings the best of modern Turkish experience to the Melbourne dining scene as a Citibank Dining Program partner. Highly recommended.