Mya Tiger

St Kilda, Melbourne

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Event Description

Sitting atop The Espy’s grand staircase, Mya Tiger offers a welcoming and warm setting, inspired by the Chinese cook-shops that sprang up throughout St Kilda during Victoria’s 1850s gold rush era. With spanning views of St.Kilda bay & the city, a jam-packed beer & wine menu curated to match the designed to share menu & you have all the ingredients for a fun-filled Cantonese adventure.

EVENT LOCATION

Mya Tiger

11 The Esplanade

St Kilda, Melbourne

WHEN

Saturday, 24 February 24

AGE

55-65 year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

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EVENT LOCATION

Mya Tiger

11 The Esplanade

St Kilda, Melbourne


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