Our High Tea is served in Harry’s Restaurant, located on the ground floor of Stamford Plaza Melbourne Hotel.
Stamford Plaza Melbourne was first opened on the 25th of October, 1990 as the Oakford Apartments, one of the first all-suite hotels in Melbourne and later in 1991 was added to the “Park Royal Collection” as the Park Royal Melbourne.
Prior to the property becoming an accommodation establishment, the land and buildings were used as a Japanese Restaurant, a Newspaper Boys Club and one of Melbourne’s first gymnasiums.
111 Little Collins Street first wore the Stamford name on December 1, 1995.
Stamford Hotels and Resorts Group proudly takes its name from Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore and a great pioneer who showed enormous personal vision and strength of spirit to overcome many challenges and obstacles.
Our menu features an assortment of meticulously crafted savoury bites, including our signature Stamford Curry Puffs, prepared with an old secret recipe passed on from generation to generation; fluffy homemade scones and traditional finger sandwiches served on an elegant three-tiered stand.
The venue is located at the “Paris end” of Little Collins Street and easily accessible to all major freeways and roads and Melbourne’s extensive tram/train network, with Flinders Street station an easy 10 minute walk away.