maze Melbourne opens for online reservations

Gordon Ramsay’s first Australian restaurants will open for reservations today, Wednesday, March 3 at 9.00am (Australian EST) via Dimmi, Australia’s first real-time online reservations service.

Enda Cunningham, maze Melbourne’s General Manager said, “We are thrilled to be opening for reservations. Our team, led by Chef de Cuisine Josh Emett, Restaurant Director Randa Assi and Head Sommelier Lincoln Riley, are really looking forward to opening the doors on March 29.

“Gordon Ramsay uses real-time reservations in all of his restaurants around the world and we find that our guests really appreciate the ease of being able make bookings online, in their own time. Using Dimmi in Australia will ensure that every experience at maze Melbourne, from making reservations to dining in our two restaurants, will be memorable.”

The Dimmi system, which allows guests to make an instantly confirmed booking 24 hours a day, seven days a week, will be used exclusively for all maze Melbourne reservations leading up to the official opening date – Monday, March 29.

By synchronising table availability with maze and maze Grill’s own electronic reservation diaries, diners can be 100 per cent confident that the booking they make is instantly entered into the restaurant’s own diary and immediately confirmed. The booking is free of charge.

Online reservations can be made for maze and maze Grill simply by visiting Bookings will be available in both restaurants for dinner from 6.00pm every night from Monday, March 29. Lunch bookings are available on selected days from 12.00pm-2.30pm.

“Dimmi is excited to be chosen as the online reservations partner for maze and maze Grill,” Stevan Premutico, Dimmi’s Managing Director, said. “Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants have a global reputation for innovation and their decision to partner with Dimmi is apt, as online reservations represent a new era for restaurants and diners throughout Australia.”

To make an online reservation guests can visit or