Relishing a love of the good life

OUR food and wine pages have a new look and a new name. We’ve called it Gusto and we have expanded our coverage to include more industry news, coverage of events around WA and a look at what’s going on it the arts.

Restaurant reviews, wine talk and general news about the entertainment sector is something most business people relate to, both from a professional point of view and as consumers.

In creating Gusto we have maintained our devotion to these important subjects while wrapping them up in a new look that gives this slice of Business News its own identity.

Join David Pike, Julie-anne Sprague and our other writers on pages 27-30 to see the results.

The new name springs from a rigorous search for something that reflected our appreciation of food, wine and entertainment.

In English, gusto means keen relish or hearty enjoyment, something our writers already convey in their work.

According to Italian language experts we’ve consulted, gusto means flavour in that language, but has also become a reference to good taste – a very appropriate tag, indeed.

This week we take a look at seaside dining at Oceanus in City Beach and check out Orlando’s Steingarten range as well as the culinary and social goings on around town.

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