The Hatter & the Hare's Pop-up Dinner Episodes aim to showcase a different talented guest chef
for each episode & their food vision through a dinner experience that’s in-tune with the Hatter & the Hare’s mad & creative style.
This is the dinner series to watch in the Outer Eastern Suburbs & beyond!
Palermo is Coming to Bayswater!
Australia Day Pop-up Dinner Episode
Everyone’s in for a treat as we welcome Palermo Head Chef, Mikey Dalton into our kitchens as he teams up with THATH Head Chef Dale da Costa and team to bring you an exciting Australian Day Pop-up Dinner Episode on the 25th of January at 7pm. With an impressive signature 6-course spread, featuring the best of Argentinian cuisine served to share at each table, this is one dining experience you should not miss!
Break your piggy banks open and book today!
Date & Session Times
Date: 25th of January, Saturday
Time: Doors open at 6:30pm; Dinner Service starts promptly at 7pm
Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate any dietary restrictions for this event. Please read the menu carefully before booking your tickets.
- Cancellations will be accommodated if we’re given notice of at least 7 days.
- In case you need to cancel your booking and this is made at least 7 days prior to the event, you will receive your refund in the form of a gift voucher
- Cancellations made less than 7 days before the booked date will not be issued a refund.
Pricing & Inclusions
This special dining event is priced as follows:
- $165 per adult (6-course dinner + beverage matching)
- $125 per adult (6-course dinner)
- $59 for children aged 12 and under
Each course will be served to share amongst the people in each table. Additional drinks are also available on the night for an additional cost.
If any of the kids you are bringing are happy to share food with you and don’t need their own set, just note this when you make the booking and we would be happy not to charge the fee for the kids who will share the food with the adults.
About Palermo Head Chef, Mikey Dalton
Mikey Dalton & the people behind Palermo go way back as Mikey landed his first job in Australia in San Telmo a day after arriving in Melbourne in 2014. Armed with a wealth of knowledge from his experiences working the kitchens back in Ireland, Mikey worked his way up until landing the Sous Chef role within 3 years. The Irish chef left San Telmo and went to work at Chulo for a couple of years. With his heart set for Argentinian cooking, he went back to take on the Head Chef role of Palermo when it opened in 2017.
Mikey’s food philosophy is grounded in taking advantage of seasonal produce and the best protein, making them shine through simple, stand out dishes that are bursting with flavours.
About Palermo Melbourne
Palermo is a nod to the vibrant and eclectic barrio of the same name in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
With a sharing style menu, the team at Palermo focuses on the simplicity of Argentine cooking, slow-roasting the finest meats atop the glowing red coals of Melbourne’s first Asado fire pit and combining it with their classic Parrilla (charcoal grill) to give the cuts that iconic Argentinian flavour.
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All images taken by Jake Roden.