They say Perth is the new Melbourne. I hate to admit it, but with all the building and renovation around Perth CBD; Perth is becoming ‘Melbourne’ like. (You know, beautifully styled city, hide away bars, ultra chic restaurant etc etc) Heaps of new bars and restaurant opened in the CBD in recent years, but for people like me who don’t work in the CBD these restaurants are almost forbidden. Seriously, finding car park in CBD? no good. But occasionally I don’t mind giving it a shot, particular a nice lunch break after frantically shopping around CBD for last minutes outfits-to-impress.
Anyway the other day went to Heritage Brasserie for a casual lunch after shopping in town.
The interior is very nicely designed. You know that vintage bistro feels? white table cloth, floor length window, marbled themed etc. It’s all very bistro like. I simply love all the modern buildings right outside the vintage style window creating this lovely contrast. I also love the old fashion plain good service.
We had light lunch with cocktails. I prefer having things tapa style (or ASIAN style lol) so we can share it around.
twice baked gruyere souffle with curry yogurt and eggplant
But the most impressive dish: Grand platter
The platter consist of marron, oysters, scallops, prawns and Moreton Bay bug served chilled. The seafood selection was SO FRESH. Our family came from fishmen background once upon a time. Although non of us work in the seafood industrial what-so-ever but we have inherited the love for fish and crustaceans (especially river fish). The freshness of this platter really impressed us. By the way this is serve for one. We were also impressed that they were happy to serve one for three of us to share!
on the way heading out also noticed they have a little basement bar
might check it out next time.
The Heritage Brasserie
131 St George Terrace Perth
Mon: Sat 7am-midnight