Parker Street Project is the new lunch and dining option at one of Australia's most famous gourmet destinations; the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld in Western Victoria.
The new offering opened mid-March in the area of the Royal Mail Hotel formerly known as the Public Bar. The Parker Street Project offering consists of seasonal, à la carte, ingredient-focused menu options alongside traditional ‘pub classics’ for the mid-priced diner.
Executive chef Robin Wickens will feature more affordable options using ingredients grown in the Royal Mail Hotel organic kitchen garden – the largest working restaurant kitchen garden in Australia - while sommelier Marcus Radny will select wine flights from the extensive wine collection to introduce diners to new tastes.
Now recognised as one of Victoria’s premier destination dining venues, the hotel has received acclaim for its innovative kitchen brigade, extensive culinary plantings and a cellar containing one of the most comprehensive and varied wine collections in the country, including Australia's leading collection of Bordeaux and Burgundy.
These features of the property have put Dunkeld on the culinary radar globally and established a reputation as one of the best high-end travel destinations in regional Victoria.
The Royal Mail Hotel provides a wide range of luxury accommodation options for up to 120 guests with motel-style rooms and cottage accommodation at the nearby Mt Sturgeon Station.