For years, when visiting Fremantle for the day, the ONLY thing we ate was Fish & Chips. In recent times, we’ve both got a bit disillusioned with the same old deep fried food, we’d been eating every time we went to the Fishing Boat Harbour – so we looked just a little further afield – in Freo there’s plenty to choose from. We’ve found a new favourite; Little Creatures Brewery.
On arrival, we found a table indoors. We were with our parents and UK cousins. It was too noisy for the oldies inside; the venue essentially is a big shed. I think it used to be the crocodile farm years ago.
So we found a great big table out the back in the beer garden, under a tree. It’s a fab spot and overlooks the harbour and the replica of the Duyfken ship. Little chef and his cousins were as happy as Larry; there’s a large shaded sandpit in the beer garden. Little Creatures caters very well for our own little creatures!!
At Little Creatures, on the menu are mostly share plates (big & small) and wood fired pizzas. We had;
Sweet and buttery corn cobs ($8)
Grilled prawn skewers with an almond romesco sauce ($24)
Prawn, Coriander & shitake mushroom woodfired pizza ($24) I really loved this, it was a little different and the flavours really worked. They were very generous with the juicy big prawns too 🙂
Harrissa spiced lamb, melanzane & feta woodfired pizza ($23)
We enjoyed all the food; it’s perfect to share with friends. The craft beer, brewed on site, is also why people go. It was a hit with all the men – in particular “Rogers” and the “Pilsner”. Little Creatures is a very family friendly brewery. It always has a fantastic atmosphere. It’s a Fremantle treasure and somewhere that we will visit on many a sunny afternoon in Freo.