It may be the last event on our Winter Series but we’ve saved the best for last!
In news that will have vegans rejoicing everywhere, our Winter Series will conclude on the 11th of September with an eight-course vegan degustation paired with natural wines.
Head chef Scott Bridger and the team at Bib & Tucker are taking meat-free cooking into the ether with their plant-based creations. Guests will be spoilt for choice with a series of tantalising vegan dishes unlike any other they’ve experienced before.
So if you’re a vegetarian, vegan or even somone just looking for the perfect gift to give that dedicated herbivore in your life, then grab your tickets today before the last event sells out!
You can purchase your tickets via our reservations page and clicking on September 11th.
This November we are playing our part in reducing the waste along our beautiful coastline by teaming up with Seaside Scavenge. In support of the upcoming clean-up event in November at our Leighton Beach backyard, we are taking a plastic-free pledge to avoid the use of plastic straws for the whole of November.
If you’d like to join in on the initiative, on the 10th of November, they will be launching the first Seaside Scavenge West Coast Chapter where participants will have the opportunity to clean-up our beautiful coastline and trade the trash they collect for the funkiest of pre-loved threads donated by the local community.
For more information about the event click here.
The next instalment on our Winter Series is Nose to Tail.
Join us on Tuesday, July 10 for an eight-course tasting menu with head chef Scott Bridger as he talks to his knowledge of cooking delicious and affordable secondary cuts.
Prepared in a traditional manner by hand; unprocessed and with passion, guests will embark on a culinary journey of Western Australia’s finest local produce focusing on the whole animal from nose to tail, paired with matching wines.
“The great thing about secondary cut meat is that if it’s prepared correctly and cooked long enough, it’s actually extremely tasty and much more affordable. Our goal for this event is to have guests walk away knowing that there’s more to the animal than just bacon.” says chef Scott Bridger
From crispy pigs ears to a whole roasted loin of pork – if you’re a true lover of meat then this is the event for you!
Tuesday July 10 6:30PM
Purchase your tickets here!
It’s something we often take for granted but eating out and looking at a menu wondering what on earth you’re going to eat can be quite the hurdle for those who have impaired vision.
So we’re changing the game here at Bib & Tucker and ensuring the menu browsing experience is one all can enjoy by providing Braille menus from June so that everyone is invited to the table.
Supporting us with this initiative is Vision Australia – the leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia.
Vision Australia Perth’s Regional Business Manager Donna Fahie says social inclusion is key to Vision Australia’s mission to ensure people who are blind or have low vision can live the life they choose.
“Many people find it difficult to get out there and try something new, but people who are blind or have low vision in particular face many barriers,” she said.
“The inclusion of braille menus is one less barrier for the low vision and blind community. When we hear of local businesses taking the initiative like Eamon has done at Bib & Tucker and May Street Larder by introducing braille menus, we are absolutely delighted at what this means for our community.”
Our new braille menus will be available from June 2018 at both Bib & Tucker and May Street Larder.
The cold is coming and so are the team at Bib & Tucker with the 2018 Winter Series!
Our head chef Scott Bridger is back again with six dining events this year, showcasing different and unique tasting menus of Bib & Tucker’s favourite produce and passions
Over the course of winter, each event will have its own unique theme, taking guests on a culinary journey where they will learn about the produce put before them. Each dish will also be matched with wine from different areas of WA to compliment the local produce.
The series begins on May 15th with Fire & Smoke and concludes on September 11th with the Vegan Degustation & Natural Wine.
Bookings are essential and can be made through our reservations page or by calling 08 9433 2147.
Winter is almost here and to celebrate we’ve put together a few specials that will be sure to get you excited for the cold!
Kids Eat Free Wednesdays- Parent’s rejoice! Our Kids Eat Free special is back and kicks off on Wednesday 2nd of May. (This offer is dinner only and is limited to one child per adult when they order a main meal.)
BYO Thursdays- Fancy bringing your favourite bottle of wine? Well, now you can for both lunch and dinner with our BYO Thursday nights.
Pizza Pasta and Vino Sundays- Sunday nights just got even better! Starting on Sunday April 29th, we are now offering a special menu for dinner – a choice of either pizza or pasta paired with a glass of wine for only $30! (excludes Mother’s Day)
Did you know plastic straws make up the top ten items picked up on beach cleanups? In fact, enough plastic straws are produced annually to fill over 46,000 full sized buses!
Here at Bib & Tucker, we are passionate about the environment, particularly when it comes to our oceans & marine life. So with us being in such close proximity to the lovely Leighton Beach, we’ve decided its about time we got rid of plastic straws!
From now on, when you dine at Bib, you’ll be drinking out of biodegradable straws. Made from compostable, eco-friendly material, they are the safest straws available for your family and for the environment.
Bib & Tucker are proud to have supported the fantastic local community volunteer group, Coastcare, providing their 30 plus volunteers and new star ambassadors from the Fremantle Football Club with free coffees while they planted trees and collected litter around Leighton Beach, whilst also filming their new campaign video.
Our coastline has some of Australia’s most popular beaches which are subject to lots of human (and canine!) traffic, particularly in the summer months. Coastcare assists by identifying local marine and coastal problems then working to protect and rehabilitate the fragile coastal areas and achieve practical, sustainable solutions for our environment.
Young and old, volunteers for Coastcare tackle problems such as dune erosion, loss of native coastal plants and animals, stormwater pollution, weeds and control of human access to sensitive and vulnerable areas.
If you would like to learn more about the work that Coastcare is doing (or even better – if you would like to get involved !) then please take a look at their website.
Celebrate love with a 3 course share style set menu designed by Executive Chef Scott Bridger for $75pp. Bookings are essential for both the 6pm and 8pm sittings and full payment is required.
The set menu can be viewed by clicking on the 14th Feb in the reservations page on our website.