good for groups
good view
outdoor area
function hire
set menu option
takes reservations

In 1872, two bushrangers harassed settlers along the West Australian colony, plundering their fields and houses.

The well-dressed rascals had a taste for fine woman, fine food and fine wine. All-day diner Bib & Tucker is named after these two troublemakers. Started by a swimmer, a pole vaulter and a hockey player, the restaurant pays tribute to the rangers by serving all things fine in a relaxed and playful atmosphere.

Poised beachside above the North Fremantle Surfers Club, diners enjoy uninterrupted vistas of the Indian Ocean, while the kitchen pumps out unpretentious Modern Australian fare. A rotisserie and wood-fired oven sit centre stage driving the direction of the menu.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be sampled on set menus and might include buttermilk pancakes drizzled in salted caramel; pardon peppers served salty; and chilli-prawn pizza with salsa verde.

To drink, cold-pressed juices and nut milks sit alongside cocktails such as the Elegant Rascality, which muddles vodka with elderflower, berries and citrus.

The wine list stays mostly local, with only a few international inclusions.