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Award-winning Argentinian chef Miguel Escalante from Republica Restaurant (previously Otto & Icebergs in Sydney) will be joining Head Chef Francisco Smoje for a one-off dinner at Barrio Eatery & Bar.

‘After cooking in all the continents, and the last 10 years working as a successful chef in my homeland of Argentina, I am looking forward to returning to Australia (my second home) where I spent many years as a chef, and sharing my new South American techniques and cooking style, while using the best produce of the Northern Rivers. I have heard wonderful things about Barrio’s co-owner Francisco Smoje from local Byron Bay friends and this is a great opportunity for us to join forces and create an incredible dining experience together’, said Miguel.

Barrio – 3 October 2019 from 5.30pm. $55 for an Argentinian Feast. Bookings via: [email protected]


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