**Print Hall's restaurant will close on March 12, 2017 for renovations. It is expected to re-open in August with a new focus on Asian-Australian fusion.
Print Hall is one of Perth’s slickest outfits. The restaurant serves inventive European-inspired food with a local twist and is justly recognised both for its food and its wine list.
The latter is a novella-length tribute to the world’s great wine regions. If 100-plus pages of choices dazzles you, let the sommelier guide you. Just make sure your credit card is ready for action.
The menu features locally sourced or foraged ingredients to create truly unique dishes, such as camel tartare with wattle seed and bush tomato, or Wagin duck with prawns and black barley. Executive chef Daniel Fisher’s skill for combining unusual flavours is evident throughout the menu.
Fisher has worked at various prestigious kitchens in Europe and has an in-depth knowledge of locally harvested produce thanks to his time at the luxurious and remote Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island.
A large separate bar occupies the front part of the Print Hall space, on the ground floor of Brookfield Place. Called Main Bar (not to be confused with Bob’s Bar on the roof), it has its own menu of upmarket bar meals such as Wagyu brisket burger or charcoal-roasted chicken, but on busier nights it can lose its refined feel.
With more than 30 beers, seven pages of whisky options, fun and fancy cocktails and a comprehensive wine list, it can cater for just about every kind of drinker.