Pata Negra – Perth

by Suha on August 22, 2010

Pata Negra is David Coomer’s new Spanish Tapas place in Nedlands. However the menu is more Moorish and middle eastern in influence than we expected from a Tapas bar. It is a lovely place though. Great very Spanish atmosphere with dark all black walls and lots of great looking jamon hanging at the kitchen entrance. The service was also very friendly even though the restaurant was full on a Wednesday night. The menu and specials of the day were all very inviting and here is a bit on our choices for the night.


Chicken liver pate with truffles and caramalised pears and walnuts – The pate was beautiful and soft and creamy. Great combinations of flavours on the plate. Very nice.


Salt roasted marron, saffron, piquillo pepper, cumin sauce – only two marrons on a plate so we had to order two. Was cooked well and the marron was still nice and soft while warm. Nice spicy sauce


Goat tagine of the day. Perfectly cooked goat that fell of the bone


Fabada – confit of duck, pork hock, chorizo, white beans – nice rustic winter dish although I did find it a bit bland for a fabada…


Burnt Blood orange, moscatel flan de nata with pure cream – very nice dessert. Creamy and full of flavour….

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