“Make no mistake, this won’t be Bali 2.0.”
Those famous final difference were spoken by Ku De Ta co-owner Guy Neale on a eve of KDT’s much-hyped Perth opening in Mar 2017.
Right now Neale contingency be meditative “if only”.
While a famed Seminyak venue he co-founded continues to discord like a bustling motorbike on a streets of Bali, over in Perth a $6 million grill he non-stop with On The Point developer Steve Palmer and mother Helen – of Palmer Wines in Dunsborough – was final week forced into administration.
KDT employees were not assured Mr Neale and Mr Palmer, who WAtoday understands wanted to take a expanded try in incompatible directions, could compensate destiny staff wages, contractors and producers, with 25 of a 27 chefs during a 3 Ku De Ta-branded restaurants in Perth walking out on Saturday.