“The year was 1872. Settlers tended their fields, rifles ready to hand, wary of bands of escaped convicts who ranged the plains to plunder, to ravish, to eat and drink and toast their spoils.
Two bushrangers roamed the length of the colony of Western Australia. Bib and Tucker. Infamous for their fine threads, rascality and rollicking good times, they were gentlemen, accustomed to fine food, women, and wine. They rode in gangs, adorned themselves with emblems reading ‘The Bib and Tucker Gang’, held councils of war, and took oaths of secrecy…”
Bib & Tucker stands today, a place of refined rascality. Sartorial splendour is the order of the day, ranging from the colonial to the contemporary. Owners Eamon Sullivan, Steve Hooker and Jamie Dwyer have crafted the Bib & Tucker ethos from the legend of those two bushrangers. Synonymous with fine food, fine company, and good times, Bib & Tucker offers a relaxed dining experience with a taste for quality and a beachside view that is second to none.
Head Chef Scott Bridger has created a seasonal menu imbued with flavoursome character. “My food philosophy is to keep it simple, with no compromise on quality or presentation. That said, I like to make food fun and exciting. At Bib & Tucker we use the freshest of ingredients, modern techniques plus styles and flavours from around the world to present a menu that caters to everyone that walks through our door.”