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11 & 12 Nov

Hosting unique dinners in spectacular locations around Australia, renowned pop-up restaurant Fervor, led by Paul Iskov returns to Fremantle for an unforgettable dining experience alongside very special guest, Neville Poelina.

Neville is a Nyikina man, with deep knowledge of the Kimberley region, which is the inspiration behind the menu for the evening. Bringing together their passion and knowledge of native Australian ingredients, Neville and Paul will create a culinary adventure that explores Kimberley culture and cuisine– an unmissable evening of foraged flavours that move with the seasons.

The evening will begin with canapes and welcome drinks. Then, between stories and conversations, quandong, boab, marron and wattle seed will take centre stage in a multi-course degustation with matched drinks, celebrating the remarkable native foods of the WA coastline and regions.

Date and Time

Kidogo Arthouse, Old Kerosene Store, Fremantle
Sat 11 Nov & Sun 12 Nov


$250 + bf

Paul Iskov established Fervor in March 2013, with the aim of providing a “culinary experience you can’t get anywhere else” Fervor harness locally sourced native produce and share it with diners at unique locations across Western Australia, including salt lakes, beautiful bushland and pristine beaches. Paul boasts an outstanding resume, including experience in highly acclaimed kitchens around the world, including Vue De Monde, Amuse, D.O.M, COI, Pujol and Noma. He has a great love and respect for the land and endeavours to portray this through his food, locations, dedication and passion.

  • Kidogo Arthouse, Bathers Beach, Fremantle