The main from Spain is your gain
THE popularity of themed candlelit dinners has led city-based restaurant 1907 to hold a “We Love Spain” dinner next month.
Following on from the popular “We Love WA” and “We Love Italy” dinners, the Spanish-styled dinner will include five courses paired with drinks. Restaurant manager Aaron Murphy said given the popularity of the events, they were likely to be held monthly.
“We hosted our first candle light dinner We Love WA and it was a great night,” he said.
“Our We Love Italy dinner was booked out, so those who missed out can come to our We Love Spain candlelit dinner. “
Mr Murphy said each dinner started promptly at 6.30pm, with guests invited to start the evening with a pre-dinner drink at their table.
“Then there is a welcome announcement before the lights are extinguished and the night kicks off,” he said.
“The dinner includes a fivecourse dinner prepared by our head chef, Alan Desouza, and his team of culinary experts in the kitchen, as well as drink pairings.”
Desouza, who has been mainly influenced by French cuisine, said he enjoyed making the best of what was in season and readily available.
He said it helped with the everchanging menu, which was sea- sonally based.
The restaurant recently underwent a revamp and includes new vodka-based bar Bluzou.
Inside the 1907 Restaurant.
Coconut cheescake, guava, lemongrass and tuille.