A Pasta Club Revival Delights in West End

Pasta Club West End
Photo Credit: Pasta Club/Instagram

Less than a year after it opened on Hoogley Street in West End, the homestyle Italian restaurant and wholesaler CJ’s Secret Pasta Club went into liquidation. But owners Leila Amirparviz and Darcy Adam quickly bounced back, amidst the pandemic, to establish Pasta Club on the other side of the suburb, where everything about their new restaurant gleams with a delightful revival.

Pasta Club carries over the essence of the old eatery with a changing daily menu handwritten by Darcy, depending on what is available in the kitchen. 

Pasta Club West End
Photo Credit: Pasta Club/Instagram

As with the old restaurant, all ingredients are sourced locally from Australian suppliers.

The dishes are mostly simple Italian favourites that you’d crave for: risotto, house-made focaccia, fresh burrata with salsa verde, choices of pastas like fusilli with prawns and red sauce or spaghetti carbonara.



Stripping the wholesale aspects of their former business, the partners could now fully focus on improving their restaurant.

Pasta Club showcases the creativity and freedom of Leila and Darcy to whip up comfort food and filling meals in the kitchen. If requested, they can also prepare vegan and gluten-free options, as well as a few delicious desserts as a satisfying finish. 

Pasta Club West End
Photo Credit: Pasta Club/Instagram
Pasta Club West End
Photo Credit: Pasta Club/Instagram

Taking over the former home of Flora By Greenhouse Canteen, Leila and Darcy had two weeks to convert the site into a retro-looking eatery, with a vinyl music corner to boot. Here, customers may enjoy their dining experience by playing an LP of their choice — it’s BYO vinyl! 

Pasta Club West End
Photo Credit: Pasta Club/Instagram

But the restaurant is also BYO vino whilst the owners are waiting to secure a liquor licence.

This place is meant to be a lounging destination, where diners can have a relaxing meal with wine and music, amidst an intimate space.

Booking a table is highly-recommended if dining in, as per government health and safety guidelines. Follow their Instagram page for updates on store hours, new menu and other deals. 

We live next door to Pasta Club and have been so excited to see them working hard to get up and running. Finally made it in for dinner last night and had a great time. Everyone’s meal was delicious, pasta was perfect of course and I’m still dreaming of the Crostini. The energy inside is really warm and comfortable too.

Madeleine Lewis, Google Reviews

Exceptionally delicious and authentic house made pasta. Friendly staff, quick service. Reservations recommended Thursday – Sunday.

Rober Sciberras, Google Reviews