MoVida Solera Book Launch


03 OCT 2014 Join us at MoVida Aqui to celebrate the launch of our new book MoVida Solera. Follow your hosts Frank Camorra and Richard Cornish as they recount tales of their travels through Frank’s native home of Andalucia. Enjoy a five course lunch with matching wines, specially crafted by your hosts to showcase the...
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A weekend at Lakes Entrance with Frank Camorra

What happens when you put burly chefs in a small plane? Some start shaking with fear like Shaggy and Scooby Doo. But I over came my unnatural fear of small planes and headed east with Steve Rogers from MoVida, Matt Wilksinson from Pope Joan and Matt Germanchis from Pei Modern along with the very amusing...
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MoVida lands at Sydney Airport

‘MoVida @ The Airport’ is now open at Sydney’s T2 Domestic Terminal, enhancing the culinary experience for domestic and international travellers alike. A joint venture between MoVida and premium food, beverage and retail outlet operator, Airport Retail Enterprises (ARE), the Spanish tapas bar will seat 80 and operate from 6 am to 9 pm daily....
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Simple Mussels with Frank Camorra

We love the relationships that we’ve developed over the years with our suppliers. Knowing the source of where our produce comes from and it’s story is such a crucial element to the food we serve in our restaurants. Frank was lucky enough to spend some time recently with Spring Bay Seafoods in Tasmania. You can...
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Frank’s brownlow Medal

Last week was a big moment for MoVida. In a special celebration at the Consulate-General of Spain in Sydney, Frank was awarded the inaugural Cruz de Oficial de la Orden del Merito Civil. It is a Spanish decoration that acknowledges his “outstanding work, fruitful initiatives and exemplary persistance in the performance of duties beneficial for...
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MoVida Solera is here

MoVida Solera is here

25 SEP 2014 Andalusia in Southern Spain bears the rich marks of millennia of culinary cultures left by traders, invaders, visitors and religious refugees.

From the hill top towns of Andalusia you look past Gibraltar, across the Mediterranean, to the Rif Mountains in Morocco.

From here came the Arabs and the Berbers in the 8th century who bought with them rice, spice, citrus and irrigation.