Bars and Restaurants
Taste is one of the key senses that will be enhanced in the New Hamer Hall with the addition of three exciting new restaurants and five new spacious bars. Seduced by the city skyline, the river and prominent positioning, visitors will quickly see why the New Hamer Hall is a culinary destination in its own right!
A Mediterranean-style brasserie and cocktail bar celebrating
modern Mediterranean cuisine with particular reference to France,
Spain and Italy. The ultimate in riverfront dining with a protected
external 60 metre dining space with river frontage.
The brasserie's name, Trocadero, references the history of Arts Centre Melbourne as an entertainment site. In the 1920s, a popular dance hall known as the Green Mill was located on the site, and later known as the Trocadero.
Trocadero is in partnership with The Van Haandel Group, headed up by Frank and Sharon Van Haandel, who own and operate some of Australia's iconic and internationally renowned restaurants, including the Stokehouse, Comme and Cutler & Co.
Contact ph: 8698 8888
One of Australia's hippest Japanese restaurants will take a riverside berth at Arts Centre Melbourne's new Hamer Hall. Saké Restaurant & Barwill soon be serving up its unique version of contemporary Japanese cuisine, offering a mix of modern and classic dishes in a stylish setting.
Already well-established in both Sydney and Brisbane where each has been awarded a Chef's Hat, Saké Restaurant & Bar is due to open in Melbourne in early August. Headed up by Executive Chef Shaun Presland, who in putting together a talented local kitchen and floor team, has secured the services of Enda Cunningham as General Manager.