Like the Vic­to­rian-style build­ing it calls home, ev­ery ex­pe­ri­ence at FOO’D BY DA­VIDE OLDANI is marked by un­par­al­leled el­e­gance

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When you want to make an im­pres­sion on fam­ily, friends, busi­ness as­so­ciates and even over­seas guests who jour­ney for miles to wit­ness your mar­riage, an or­di­nary ho­tel ball­room won’t do. In­stead, con­sider an op­u­lent set­ting like Foo’d by Da­vide Oldani. What in­stantly charms is the el­e­gant Vic­to­rian-style in­te­ri­ors. En­ter­ing the his­toric Vic­to­ria The­atre and Con­cert Hall which houses the res­tau­rant on the ground floor, you are em­braced by an un­de­ni­able air of class. The high ceil­ings and Corinthian col­umns within the res­tau­rant take you back to an era of re­fined sen­si­bil­i­ties and grace, a fit­ting note upon which to mark your new chap­ter as husband and wife.

Ex­ter­nal ap­pear­ances aside, the res­tau­rant by Ital­ian celebrity chef Da­vide Oldani, famed for his one Miche­lin­starred res­tau­rant D’O in Cornaredo, a 30-minute drive from Mi­lan, im­presses with its qual­ity Euro­pean cui­sine that can be de­scribed as a del­i­cate bal­ance be­tween tra­di­tion and in­no­va­tion. Cou­ples can choose from the ex­quis­ite menus or con­sult with the culi­nary team to cre­ate a be­spoke menu, and you can be sure that ev­ery dish that ar­rives at your ta­ble will be made us­ing qual­ity, sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents.

Of course, no meal is com­plete with­out fine drinks to match. At Foo’d by Da­vide Oldani, you can min­gle with guests over pre-pran­dial cock­tails at the ad­ja­cent Drink cock­tail bar. Its name may sound sim­ple and unas­sum­ing, but with award-win­ning mixol­o­gist Mike Cheong and som­me­lier Alan Au be­hind the bar, you know that the

con­coc­tions shaken up by the dy­namic duo will be any­thing but or­di­nary.

The res­tau­rant is no stranger to or­gan­is­ing high-pro­file events, in­clud­ing

Sin­ga­pore Tatler Homes’ A Cel­e­bra­tion of De­sign 2017. It also un­der­stands that cou­ples like to in­ject their per­sonal touch to their wed­ding, so it prom­ises great flex­i­bil­ity and one-stop ser­vices to help make your wed­ding planning jour­ney a has­sle-free one. Three dif­fer­ent ar­eas—the main din­ing hall, cock­tail bar and an al fresco area—mean that you can cre­ate a unique at­mos­phere in each one. Com­fort­ably spa­cious yet in­ti­mate, they can be per­son­alised ac­cord­ing to your wed­ding theme. And since videos and pho­to­graphs are a part of al­most ev­ery mod­ern wed­ding, a large video wall in the main din­ing hall al­lows you to share special cou­ple videos with your guests. A stage, mi­cro­phone and ros­trum can also be ar­ranged for the all-im­por­tant wed­ding speech, cham­pagne toast­ing and cake­cut­ting cer­e­mony.

In the spirit of of­fer­ing be­spoke ex­pe­ri­ences, the team will work closely with the cou­ple to ar­range a live band, flo­ral ar­range­ment, valet ser­vices and all the ele­ments of your dream wed­ding.

First im­pres­sions may be im­por­tant, but at Foo’d by Da­vide Oldani, you get im­pres­sions that last, along with great flex­i­bil­ity in cus­tomi­sa­tion, top-notch food, a grand set­ting and an eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble lo­ca­tion in the city cen­tre to boot. You can con­sider all the boxes for a mag­nif­i­cent cel­e­bra­tion checked.

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