Little Creatures Dining Hall
222 Brunswick Street
Little Creatures Dining Hall couldn’t be more appropriate.
The space is huge. There are cosier spaces up front which are quite popular, whereas the open space mess hall layout is well-suited to big crowds.
I would recommend dropping by for lunch or tea, and drink the afternoon away.
The pear cider was deemed to be sweeter and a favourite over the apple cider.
Char Grilled Corn ($8)
Pan Fried Calamari, Citrus & Fennel Salad ($18)
The calamari smelt and tasted as good as it looks. Tender and juicy, accompanied with a tangy citrus and fennel salad, which add some vibrancy to the dish and made for a good pairing.
200g Scotch Fillet, Mushrooms, Beans & Peppercorn Sauce ($28)
Chilli, Tomato & Fennel Mussels ($19)
I spent my high school years in Perth, and almost every other weekend we would have the freshest spiciest chilli mussels in Fremantle, and unfortunately our standards are set too high and I rarely find anything that ever compares. In recent times, I did have a lovely variation at Bar Boulud in London - mussels in a chardonnay creme frache.
Warm Cinnamon Doughnuts ($10)
You can rarely go wrong with round doughnuts, they make for the perfect sharing dessert. There’s something about the sensation of the sugary crust as you pick it up, biting into a steaming hot doughnut with a slight crunch, and accompanied with icy cold ice cream and a serve of cream. I liked the orange tang at Ladro, adored the gorgeous plating at Huxtable and am looking forward to the one at Lupino.
It may be roomy, but there was a bit of a wait for the food. That being said, I am looking forward to returning for those charred lamb ribs and that divine looking burger with chips set upon a wooden block.