Dinner with Miguel


Join us for an intimate 3 course meal entre, main and dessert cooked by Miguel using only the highest quality local produce and seafood.

Enjoy a Miguel cooking demonstration, meet 'The Crazy Bull' and get your cook book signed. Take a selfie with Miguel to hold onto forever.

PLUS there is the chance to win a new cook book signed by Miguel.

Grab all your friends and book a table at the dinner of the year!


Wednesday July 25th from 7pm

General - $150 and include 3 course meal and cooking demonstration (130 tickets)

Chefs Table - $300 Includes 3 course meal, beer and wine, a cook book each and Miguel will join you for dinner after his demonstration. ONLY 2 tables of 10 available

About Miguel:

Miguel at 27 was head chef of “Number One” the Godfather of Australian Cuisine Tony Bilson’s Bistro, working alongside Australia’s leading French Chef Manu Feildel. After meeting Ferran Adria at the number one restaurant in the world “El Bulli”, he opened the biggest Spanish restaurant in Australia “El Toro Loco” in an outstanding waterfront location at Manly Beach. At the age of 29 he was the chef at the most prestigious event in Australia ‘Emirates Melbourne Cup’ building a strong reputation in the cooking scene.
Miguel has been awarded by His Majesty The King of Spain the highest award a citizen can receive “The Order of Civil Merits” for his extraordinary service to the nation for the benefit of Spain in the Australian media.

It is Miguel’s co-hosting role on TEN’s three-time Logie winning show “The Living Room”, that has catapulted him into the world of TV working alongside Amanda Keller, Dr Chris Brown and Barry DuBois. Other TV credits include “Boys Weekend” (airing in more than 100 countries worldwide), “Miguel’s Tropical Kitchens” where he charms his way through the tropics of North Queensland, cooking with exotic ingredients in breathtaking locations, “Miguels Feasts” airing on Network 10 and internationally and “Weekend Feasts” airing on Network Ten.
Miguel is the author of two best-selling Spanish books “Miguel’s Tapas” and “Spanish Cooking”.