Venue opens on Ku

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Food - with Belinda Cipriano

AF­TER not one but two launches, Perth’s Ku De Ta is now open to the pub­lic.

Over­look­ing the Swan River, the slick and modern venue is split into three dif­fer­ent spa­ces: The Deck, West and Ku Din­ing.

The Deck has a more ca­sual style of din­ing, while West, which opens tomorrow, of­fers pic­tureper­fect sun­set views, in­for­mal graz­ing and will serve fresh seafood and char­cu­terie.

The last space – Ku Din­ing – due to open on Fri­day will of­fer a play­ful a la carte menu from its larger open-plan kitchen and will fea­ture sim­ply pre­sented dishes de­signed to cel­e­brate the nat­u­ral flavours on the in­gre­di­ents.

Be­ing one of the very few West Aussies not hav­ing vis­ited Bali (shock hor­ror) I had no pre­con­cep­tions of the venue and was pleas­antly sur­prised.

With beau­ti­ful tim­ber and stone through­out, the spa­cious set­ting will fea­ture all-day din­ing and a res­i­dent DJ.

For­mer Print Hall ex­ec­u­tive chef Dan Fis­cher and head chef Liam Atkin­son of The Loose Box will take care of the kitchen.

For­mer Bobeche bar­tender Jo Si­na­gra and Rock­pool’s Ian Baver­stock will keep the drinks flow­ing.

Jeremy Burt, for­merly of Rock­pool, takes the role of gen­eral man­ager.

Ex­ec­u­tive chef Dan Fis­cher has moved from Print Hall and has a chal­leng­ing job, with three dif­fer­ent spa­ces at Ku De Ta.

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