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Sneaking out secrets from our Round the World Dinner menu

I don’t like giving away the menu for our Round the World Dinners.

Our guest Chef Costa Simatos has come up with extraordinary cuisine for our October 13 dinner, and the element of surprise is part of the zing of the evening in the banquet hall at the University Club of WA in Nedlands.

But the menu is so unusual and reflects the “places we will go to”, that I feel compelled to give some hints.

For one of our courses, we take to the oceans, and Chef Costa has produce from Tasmania to South Australia and Shark Bay.

For another course, we will “visit” India, and Chef Costa will bring out gentle flavours from there, in a “Chole” Chickpea Curry with kachumber.

Chef Costa has southern African routes, so the main course, from Zambia and Botswana is right up his dusty street. You may never, ever have another chance to try white maize dumpling and braised cassava leaves, even if you go there.

That’s it — I’m not giving away any more, especially for our Italian desserts or more tastes from France, the US and Australia.

You’ll just have to come along.

Each course is accompanied by a story told by me, with original music being composed by Steve Richter, and played live.


Where: The University Club or Western Australia, Hackett Drive, Matilda Bay.

When: Thursday, October 13, 2022. 6.45pm arrival for 7pm to 10pm event.

Cost: $120 for Gold members of West Travel Club, $150 for registered members.

(Becoming a registered member is free; Gold membership is $49. Gold membership saves $60 for two bookings for this event.)

How: westtravelclub.com.au/events – the QR code will take you there.

Call 1800 429 000 during office hours and our West Travel Club staff will be happy to help.

Presented in partnership with Imagine Holidays, which can arrange travel to all these places.

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