Pop-up diner promises unique experience
A rare chance to enjoy authentic and freshly cooked Australian bush tucker under the stars is on offer in coming months when WA pop-up restaurant Fervor returns to the Pilbara.
Fervor held a dinner in Cossack at the weekend but is still selling tickets for another at a secret location in Karratha on April 29 and at the Mackerel Islands on June 2 and 3.
They are part of the company’s annual North Tour, which also featured events at the recent Karijini Experience and will include several stops in the Kimberley.
Fervor founder Paul Iskov said the food at each of their events was different and tailored to its particular location, with ingredients such as kangaroo and emu meat on the menu in Karratha and fresh seafood and coastal plants on the Mackerel Islands.
He said the company carefully selected locations for each of their meals and designed them to be a unique experience for guests.
“It’s not just about eating dinner and the food, it’s about the whole experience,” he said.