One of Fremantle's newer restaurants on the Cappuccino Strip, Deca Bodega is already increasingly becoming one of my favourite places to eat. The interiors have a rustic elegance to them, as there is simplicity to it yet charm from the beautiful chandeliers. There is also a really good atmosphere here, perfect for a evening with friends or a date, as it attracts more of a mature clientèle rather than the families.
Deca Bodega interior
After walking inside we were instantly greeted by a really friendly waitress who throughout the night gave exceptional service and explained all the dishes to us. The service within Deca Bodega is always of a high standard and is one of its best qualities.
Chorizo and Olive tapas
Most the menu consists of tapas dishes which will really awaken those taste buds. My favourite was the prawns, chermoula and zucchini, I may attempt to make this dish though have little confidence it will come out quite as good. The prices are reasonable too for the quality of the food. Between two of us we ordered four tapas dishes and and dessert each which was more than enough.
Churros with cinnamon sugar and melted chocolate
After the mains, it was hard to resist the dessert menu, as some would say it rude to not try out everything. We ordered the churros and the parfait, both of which were delicious. They don't make a half bad coffee either, rather strong though. The alcohol options are fairly limited but they are all quite palatable.