06/02/2001 - 21:00

Al fresco change for West Perth diners

06/02/2001 - 21:00

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The new Savoia café and winebar owned by controversial Perth businessman Davide Bianchi is filling the gap in West Perth’s wining and dining industry.

Al fresco change for West Perth diners
The new Savoia café and winebar owned by controversial Perth businessman Davide Bianchi is filling the gap in West Perth’s wining and dining industry.

Recent approvals for residential towers and improvements to streetscapes on Hay St in West Perth are revamping the district similar to the developments in Leederville, Scarborough and Fremantle.

Mr Bianchi, owner of the “Blue House”, recently demolished in Scarborough and founder of Bianchi’s also in Scarborough, opens this café to give partons in the area more choice in dining.

Currently there is a gap between the lunch bar and fine dining and Mr Bianchi’s new café hopes to deliver a refreshing change.

Savoia is an outdoor dining experience that will focus on barbecued seafood and contemporary a-la-carte cuisine.

In charge of the kitchen is executive chef Christian Montain, who specialises in outdoor char-grill barbecues and Asian influenced cooking.

Situated at 27 Ord Street, Savoia will be open Tuesday to Friday from 7.30am and Friday and Saturday evenings.

Adding more choice to the business district is the availability of the restaurant for functions and events during weeknights.

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