DIVIDO
Perth, WA

An intimate restaurant with an imaginative, modern Italian menu, Divido is a multi-award winning eatery in Mount Hawthorn. The moody interiors make Divido a great choice for a date, as does the menu of silky handmade pastas and wood roasted meats, which are perfectly shared and paired with a bottle of WA wine. For an extra special night out, opt for the six course degustation menu with matched wines.
Address:

170 Scarborough Beach Road
Suburb:
Mount Hawthorn
Contact:
Tel: +61 8 9443 7373
Cuisine:
Degustation, Italian, Mediterranean
Price Range:
$$$$ ~ $$$$
$$$$ = Mains under $20
$$$$ = Mains $20 - $30
$$$$ = Mains $30 - $40
$$$$ = Mains over $40
License:
Fully Licensed (no BYO)
DETAILS
PROFILE BY BEST RESTAURANTS
Co-owner and executive chef of Divido, Jason Jujnovich knows his way around fine food. Having worked with the likes of Gordon Ramsay and spending time in the famed kitchens of Londonïs River Cafe and Melbournes Cafe Cucina, Jasonïs kitchen creations are nothing short of superb. Eclectically decorated with chocolate leather banquettes, delicate bamboo prints and exposed light bulbs hanging from the ceiling, Divido has an intimate ambience that's the essence of warmth.
This restaurant has not scheduled any events.
FUNCTION MENU
Please contact the restaurant for further information.
MAX SEATING
65 pax
Award Winning / Hatted
Function for 50-100
Outdoor Dining
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
Awards
The West Australian Good Food Guide - 2013
The West Australian Good Food Guide 2013
170 Scarborough Beach Road
Mount Hawthorn WA 6016
Located in Mount Hawthorn.
CHEF RECOMMENDATIONS
There are no recommendations for this restaurant.
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Ails - 3/06/2015
Just got home from dinner at Divido with my partner. This is the first time we've been to Divido and there is no doubt that we will be back. Seriously, this was the best meal we've had out in months. My partner had the baby calamari for entree. It was so tender it pretty much just melted in it's mouth. Served in a brown paper (nice touch), with a very light aioli and delicious home made pickled onion he couldn't fault it. I had the woodfired quail which came butterflied and de-boned (a must with quail in my view) which was served with a light salad of apple and walnuts. Every mouth full was perfect and I would have recommended this restaurant on the entrees only. But then we opted for the wood fired roast lamb for two. OMG! It was truly amazing. Served perfectly pink and so tender and tasty that we couldn't resist picking up the bones in our fingers to get all the little crunchy bits. It was served with parmesan potatoes and a fennel salad which balanced the whole thing out nicely, oh and with a nice jug of jus on the side. We ordered a side serve of the beans and pancetta, seriously delicious. We couldn't eat (not if we wanted dessert) all of the lamb so we're looking forward to having it for lunch tomorrow. I had the Croatian doughnuts for dessert. Delightful, light, balls of dough served with a beautiful citrus sauce with just a hint of a nice salty crumb sprinkled on top. It was such a hit that my partner shared some as well. He was less inclined to share his Zuppa inglese which was so light it almost floated out of the glass. Flavoured with a good quality amaretto it was a perfect end to an amazing meal. We'll be heading back to Divido as soon as we can. It is well out of our way (a 45 minute drive) but worth the trek.
Ails - 3/06/2015
Just got home from dinner at Divido with my partner. This is the first time we've been to Divido and there is no doubt that we will be back. Seriously, this was the best meal we've had out in months. My partner had the baby calamari for entree. It was so tender it pretty much just melted in it's mouth. Served in a brown paper (nice touch), with a very light aioli and delicious home made pickled onion he couldn't fault it. I had the woodfired quail which came butterflied and de-boned (a must with quail in my view) which was served with a light salad of apple and walnuts. Every mouth full was perfect and I would have recommended this restaurant on the entrees only. But then we opted for the wood fired roast lamb for two. OMG! It was truly amazing. Served perfectly pink and so tender and tasty that we couldn't resist picking up the bones in our fingers to get all the little crunchy bits. It was served with parmesan potatoes and a fennel salad which balanced the whole thing out nicely, oh and with a nice jug of jus on the side. We ordered a side serve of the beans and pancetta, seriously delicious. We couldn't eat (not if we wanted dessert) all of the lamb so we're looking forward to having it for lunch tomorrow. I had the Croatian doughnuts for dessert. Delightful, light, balls of dough served with a beautiful citrus sauce with just a hint of a nice salty crumb sprinkled on top. It was such a hit that my partner shared some as well. He was less inclined to share his Zuppa inglese which was so light it almost floated out of the glass. Flavoured with a good quality amaretto it was a perfect end to an amazing meal. We'll be heading back to Divido as soon as we can. It is well out of our way (a 45 minute drive) but worth the trek.
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