Vino fans take note. Waterfall Café has recently introduced the first leg of its quarterly Mediterranean Wine Journey, available from now through March.
The first in the series will see Spanish wines paired with a five-course Mediterranean set dinner ($148), crafted by chef de cuisine Stephane Cocu, with offerings such as oven-roasted guinea fowl wrapped in smoked bacon with Brussels sprout fricassée, sweet potato and glazed plum served alongside Finca el Romero Viñas Viejas. For dessert, a walnut tart with gingerbread ice cream is accompanied by P.X. Fernando de Castilla Antique Sherry.
The Spanish wine journey is available from Monday to Saturday from 6-10:30 p.m; the five-course dinner menu without wines goes for $88.
Expect wines from France in the second leg of the Mediterranean Wine Journey, Italy in the third, and sips from Lebanon in the final quarter.