From Europe to Asia and in between, our latest Round the World Dinner will be inspired by the great rivers.
Embark on a literary, musical and culinary journey with Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield, musician Steve Richter and chef Costa Simatos in our next Round the World Dinner, presented in partnership with our trusted friends at Bicton Travel, to be held in The Club Restaurant at The University Club of WA on April 17.
Just as the great rivers of the world course through time and place, tradition and country, so too they provide the inspiration for the narrative of this evening, flowing through Scourfield’s storytelling and composer and musician Richter’s soundscape and punctuating the flavours of each of the five courses devised and to be prepared by The University Club’s executive chef Simatos.
Previous Round the World Dinner menus have included dishes such as Persian love cakes for Iran, charred prawn stick with Kerala coconut and curry sauce for India and, for Zimbabwe, roasted venison with maize sadza cake and dovi peanut sauce so the courses chef Simatos prepares for each of the great rivers is sure to be exotic.
- Round the World Dinner — Great Rivers is at The Club Restaurant, The University Club of Western Australia, starting at 7pm on April 17. A Seven West Travel Club event, it is $145 for registered members (membership is free) and $115 for Gold members (gold membership is $49). Click here to book.
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