A great space where you can see the action in the engine room of this well oiled machine.
A beautifully designed space and well staffed venue with an open kitchen to watch the chefs at work.
Date nights, large groups, catch ups with the girls, food fans and gluten gluttons.
The room before the room. To wait for our table, we were ushered upstairs to a dimly lit loft where we got a drink, oysters and a bottomless bread basket.
The engine room (the kitchen) is on display and central to the design of this impressive space. Sticking with that theme, this Fremantle restaurant runs like a well oiled machine.
Bread in Common run a good number of staff working the floor and everyone has their role and is doing it well.
We were greeted at the front door by a friendly gentleman who was well organised and advised us of our wait time. We were given two options as to where we could wait - outside in the garden or upstairs in the loft. We voted for the loft and loved it.
If you’re interested in food and how it all comes together before it arrives at your table, then you’ll be mesmerised by the activity in the open kitchen and watching this culinary team doing their thing.
This place has a great menu and we appreciated the guidance we received through the various options on how best to pair the dishes to have the best experience. We were impressed with the timing of our meal considering it was a packed house on a Friday night. That must be that well oiled machine thing working again.
There are some brilliant non-alcoholic beverage choices on offer, which were needed by our Venusers on this occasion. The housemade sparkling lime and lemon was extraordinary!
There’s a lot of communal tables here and they are well spaced. We were sat right next to another couple but still felt like were enjoying a private dinner experience.
Bread in Common has won a number of interior design awards and it’s obvious why. Even the bathrooms are photo worthy.
Image Credit: Jarrad Seng