Bib and Tucker has one of the best views in Perth - and don't they know it.
Bib and Tucker has one of the best views in Perth – and don’t they know it.
At sunset the tables lucky enough to be soaking up the salty air on the balcony area are rewarded as the blinds rise and the views to Rottnest and beyond are unveiled.
It’s a special moment to take in the pinks and corals in all their coastal glory, and nearly every table raised their phones to capture the scene when we dined at the weekend.
The menu is broken down into snacks, smalls and mains, cleverly catering for groups who want to nibble on an array of bites post swim or hungry diners like us who want to sample a little of everything.
From the snacks menu we ordered the crispy south west lamb rib with pomegranate, vinegar and garlic yoghurt ($9 each) which came to the table as a solo rib that was well-cooked rib and rampant in flavour.
The ceviche ($22) was fresh and summery, with plump fish swimming in good quality oil, avocado and pomelo. It was great on its own, but ever better piled on the crunchy sweetcorn wafer.
Linguini ($34) was generously dotted with prawns and while it needed a touch of salt the garlic, chilli, white wine, basil, dried tomatoes and shellfish crumb all came together for a delicious dish.