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Homegrown and harvested. Farm to table. Paddock to plate. Homebrewed and crafted. These are the phrases we love to hear when talking quality food and beverage. So, when a restaurant celebrates the new season with a menu boasting top locally sourced produce, we tune in avidly.

Bib & Tucker in North Fremantle are again hosting its Winter Series, and this year’s event is bigger, tastier, and more daring than all seasons prior.

Each month throughout, Bib & Tucker’s executive chef, Scott Bridger, brings together the freshest in produce to design a decadent degustation menu that’ll warm up and satisfy even the fussiest of taste buds.

Each course in the set menu is paired with a suggested beverage, with many of the wines also locally sourced.

This month’s theme, ‘Rooftop & Garden’, sees a focus on all things homegrown and harvested.


Fresh meets foraged with executive chef Bridger pulling herbs and spices from his North Fremantle kitchen garden as the creative focus of five special courses. The drinks list for the night will feature house-made kombucha, jun, and a unique beer produced by local brand Nowhereman, using Bib & Tucker’s own rooftop hive-produced honey.

Oh, did we mention homegrown and homebrewed?  Antonino Tati


Rooftop & Garden is on tomorrow night, June 12th, from 6pm-9.30pm as part of the Winter Series at Bib & Tucker, 18 Leighton Beach Blvd, North Fremantle. Cost is $95 pp including matching drinks. Bookings are essential through www.bibandtucker.net.au

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