Waterfront dining in Fremantle

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A popular tourist destination, it is no surprise that Fremantle in WA has a rapidly expanding food scene.

Bib and Tucker is one of North Fremantle’s favourite contemporary waterfront restaurants.

Owned by Australian swimming champion, Eamon Sullivan and perched on Leighton Beach, it is a lovely spot for anything from brunch to a drink at sunset.


A classic fish n’ chips is never a bad choice when you’re overlooking the ocean.

Sporting separate breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, as well as an extensive drinks list that features many Australian wines, this diverse establishment seems to be rather successfully doing it all.

After the Beijing Olympics, Sullivan brought together two of his keen interests, cooking and the media, as a contestant on Network Ten’s Celebrity Masterchef.

The Perth native went on to win the competition and went on to release his first cookbook, ‘Eamon’s Kitchen’.

Sullivan now focuses his attention on running his three Perth venues, Louis Baxter, May Street Larder and Bib & Tucker. He is currently a presenter on television show Our State on a Plate and will soon be on Destination WA.

Head chef, Scott Bridger has been at Bib and Tucker since it’s inception a few years ago.

“My food philosophy is to keep it simple, with no compromise on quality or presentation,” says Bridger.

“At Bib and 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.

“We love what we do in our kitchen and that translates to the plate.”

Some of the most popular dishes on the menu include slow cooked, rotisserie grill pork belly and chicken, local seafood and fish and a large selection of pizzas.

18 Leighton Beach Blvd,
North Fremantle WA 6159
(08) 9433 2147

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