Brunch favourite adds dinner to the mix

E-Von Lee-Arevalo and chef  Paul Vanderplancke. Photo: Andrew Ritchie
E-Von Lee-Arevalo and chef Paul Vanderplancke. Photo: Andrew Ritchie

THE brunch game is strong at Six Willows Cafe in Willetton, and now they can add dinner to the mix too.

The popular family-friendly restaurant on Glenmoy Avenue recently launched a delicious Italian menu (Silvio’s Italian), offering homestyle comfort food every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.

Owner E-Von Lee-Arevalo said the new menu was introduced to provide customers with hearty traditional dishes.

Their range of pastas include Linguine Arrabiata with spicy chorizo, tomato and chilli, homemade lasagne and squid ink pasta with fresh calamari and parsley.

Ms Lee-Arevalo said introducing Silvio’s Italian allows the business to offer a greater selection to the community and expand on the offering from Six Willows.

Eggplant ragu. Photo: Andrew Ritchie

“We are very multicultural in Willetton, so this new menu will appeal to many of our customers,’’ she said.

“My background is actually Malaysian, and here at Six Willows we specialise mainly in modern Australian with a hint of Asian influence, so there is something for everyone.”

Silvio’s Italian was made possibly thanks to their secret weapon (or master cook rather) Paul Vanderplancke – formally of Cantina in Mt Lawley.

The experienced Italian/Belgian chef brings a wealth of knowledge and family recipes from his Nonno Silvio (who the virtual restaurant is named after).

Silvio’s Italian is available Thurs-Sun from 4pm-late at Rostrata 7 Day Centre on Glenmoy Avenue in Willetton.

For bookings, phone orders or delivery please call 9457 2183