There’s good pub grub, like the traditional chicken parmy and then there are pubs that offer really good bistro style food – like The Quarie Bar & Brasserie – in the sprawling southern suburbs of Perth. The pub, just a few years old is relaxed and offers a little style in the suburbs. Kim, Kez and I sat in the pleasant beer garden for lunch, slurping a fruity mocktail or two – since I was driving.
Kim enjoyed the Chicken roulade ($31.50) the moist chicken breast was stuffed with spinach, ricotta and pine nuts and sat atop a crisp potato rosti. Finished with crisp pancetta, sautéed spinach and a smear of capsicum coulis.
Kez couldn’t quite decide, so she chose two things… first a buttery brioche slider ($11.90) filled with slow cooked beef brisket and salad, with a side of chips.
All in all it’s a great spot for a meal close to home and if I lived in his area I’d be stoked to have a quality local like The Quarie. Do you live in that area? Where do you like to eat out?