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Commune Group To Gift Diners 25% Off Their Entire Bill in June


As the cooler months begin to settle in, Commune Group is thrilled to announce the return of its highly popular ‘Dine & Cash’ promotion. Beginning Saturday, 1 June, customers can eat good and spend less all month long, with Commune diners being rewarded with 25% of their table's entire bill, gifted back to them as a voucher, redeemable at any Commune venue, except Studio Amaro

Commune, one of Melbourne's favourite hospitality groups, is celebrated for its innovative restaurants that offer a modern twist on classic cuisines and its Dine & Cash promotion will give guests the chance to have their dining dollars go further for the entire month of June. Available for dine-in guests from Monday to Thursday, the promotion runs from Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, June 30, and is available at the following locations:

Wood fired Neo-Vietnamese, Firebird, Prahran

Cantonese favourite, Moonhouse, Balaclava

Elegant Neo-Vietnamese, New Quarter, Richmond

Modern Japanese, Tokyo Tina, Windsor

The Commune OG, Hanoi Hannah Express Lane, Windsor

Vietnamese sibling restaurant, Hanoi Hannah Vol. II, Elsternwick

With multiple venues across Melbourne, Commune Group sees the promotion as an opportunity for the team to thank all of its customers, both loyal and new, who have shown ongoing support for their venues. Simon Blacher, Creative Director of Commune Group shares, 

“Our guests are the heart and soul of Commune, and we are thrilled to bring back the ‘Dine & Cash’ promotion as a token of our appreciation. This initiative not only allows us to give back to the city we love but also encourages food enthusiasts to explore or re-discover the experiences our venues have to offer.

Winter can be a pretty miserable time in Melbourne, this is our way of sharing a little bit of food & fun sunshine with everyone.”

To redeem the voucher, diners simply need to scan a QR code that is provided in venue or snap a photo of their bill and submit the receipt on Commune Group’s dedicated online portal; a gift voucher will then be issued within 1-7 working days. 


Commune Group’s ‘Dine & Cash’ promotional period runs from 1 June - 30 June 2024 and is valid for in-venue dining only between Mondays - Thursdays.

All diners must keep physical receipts to upload and claim, and receipts must be submitted before 30 June. ​ No minimum spend required. ​ Digital vouchers will be provided digitally within 1-7 working days; for any issues after 7 working days please email redeem@communegroup.com.au The ‘Dine & Cash’ promotion does not apply for Private Dining bookings. The ‘Dine & Cash’ vouchers are redeemable at all Commune Group Venues.

About Commune Group ​ ​
Commune Group is a collection of dynamic, lively and forward-thinking hospitality venues founded by Simon Blacher and Nic Coulter. The group, established in 2012, was initially known for its alliterative sister restaurants in Windsor – Saigon Sally and Hanoi Hannah. Their venues transformed the neighbourhood and its surrounds, sparking a wave of hospitality openings in the now established Melbourne dining hotspot. Commune Group currently consists of six Melbourne-based South-East Asian restaurants – Firebird, New Quarter, Tokyo Tina, Hanoi Hannah Express Lane, Hanoi Hannah Vol. II, Moonhouse and its newest arrival, Studio Amaro.


Website: www.communegroup.com.au
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Venue details ​
​Firebird ​ ​
​Address: 223 Hight St, Prahran VIC 3181
Website: firebirdmelbourne.com.au
Social media handle: @firebirdmelbourne

Moonhouse ​
​Address: 282 Carlisle St, Balaclava VIC 3183
Website: moonhouse.com.au
Social media handle: @moonhouse_melbourne

New Quarter ​
​Address: 79-83 Swan Street, Richmond VIC 3121
Website: www.newquarter.com.au
Social media handle: @newquarter_

Tokyo Tina ​
​Address: 66A Chapel St, Windsor VIC 3181
Website: tokyotina.com.au
Social media handle: @tokyotina_

Hanoi Hannah Express Lane ​ ​
​Address: 186 High St, Windsor VIC 3181
Website: expresslane.hanoihannah.com.au
Social media handle: @hanoihannah_

Hanoi Hannah Vol. II ​
​Address: 306 Glen Huntley Rd, Elsternwick VIC 3185
Website: vol2.hanoihannah.com.au
Social media handle:  @hanoihannah_

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