[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Below is an excerpt from an article in Broadsheet Melbourne about MoVida Lorne. You can read the full article by clicking the button below.
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MoVida Lorne to set forth its Spanish flavours to the Coast
Few weeks more to go, the iconic Spanish diner MoVida opens on the ground floor of the Lorne Hotel, the sprawling pub that overlooks Louttit Bay. Co-founder Frank Camorra says, “It was an iconic place…not the greatest food in the world but it had a real atmosphere”. Just as that place he remembers where he grew up in Geelong and apprenticed at once popular but now-closed eatery The Arab during the 90’s.
Needless to say, the Great Ocean Road address instantly catches MoVida like a frog in a sock that was booked overnight as they said so in there website www.movida.com.au/lorne. And that the idea of making it permanent was a no brainer.
Coming this January 2019, there will be an open kitchen, floor -to-ceiling windows, a long bar, a dining room and a large fresh-fish display that will include bycatch.