Sunday, 1 March 2015

Bread In Common

Bread in Common is a lively restaurant in Fremantle, just 30 mins away from Perth city centre, perfect for large family or friends get-togethers dinners. The food is made for sharing with loads of small dishes and the cooking is Modern European. As I went here with my boyfriend and his family we got to try quite a few dishes which was great.
We started off with lamb ribs which were delicious. I always love ordering lamb and this one was cooked perfectly.
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The cuttlefish with peas and black bean was nice but didn`t really think the peas went that well with the fish.
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Rosemary potato chips, crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.
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I don`t remember for sure the name of this fish but I think it was cod which went well with the broth.
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One of my favourite salads didn`t disappoint: apple with spring onion, and kohlrabi. Love the mix of sweet and sour in this salad.
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The dessert was the highlight of the night. There were loads of flavours going on: chocolate cookies, raspberries, ice cream, raspberry jelly, blueberries, but somehow everything worked really well together. We cleaned up the plate and we were ready to order another one.
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5 comments:

  1. Their interior looks so so pretty! It does look perfect for get-togethers! I think this place is definitely worth a visit someday if I ever get to travel that far. The food looks nice too. Thanks for sharing xoxo

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  2. That seems like a fashion and really tasty restaurant! I hope you enjoyed it. Have a wonderful week,
    Vera

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  3. That looks really tasty, especially the dessert!

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  4. yummmmm

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  5. All the dishes are so beautiful. They must taste good.

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