PERTH | Back home for the first time in over a year, and as fate would have it I arrived just in time for Perth’s COVID lockdown. I was able to squeeze in one dine in meal before going into lockdown, and that was lunch at Stone Jetty. It opened in December last year, and sees long time fishing family, the Youngers, showcasing top quality Western Australian seafood.
A large display cabinet showcases an array of fresh seafood for customers to buy and cook up at home, along with a selection of marinades and sauces. There’s also a dine in and take away option during lunch and dinner.
On the menu, it’s things like fish and chips, seafood platters, and burgers. Exactly what fish is on offer depends on the day’s catch.
I went for the Shark Bay prawn roll – a brioche roll filled with Shark Bay tiger prawns and labneh tartare. The use of labneh instead of mayo for the tartare is a great idea, and ensures that the quality prawns aren’t overpowered. Also great is the fish and chips, which uses a light and crispy fermented gluten free batter, and the creamy fresh oysters.
115A Brighton Road
Western Australia 6019
Telephone: (08) 9277 0927
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