33 South Terrace, Fremantle
We were immediately greeted at the entrance with this gorgeous sight.
We were seated at the opposite side of the restaurant to where I sat last time I was there. The table was higher and we were on bar stools. The doors were wide open and it was light, airy and a bit chilly, but it was a great atmosphere. The aromatics wafting over from the kitchen were making us drool. It felt like we were in Melbourne.
The bread they served with it was utterly amazing! I used it to mop up the rice. The colours of the dish had lost its appeal though...I was expecting a gorgeous red/orange hue, but instead it looked rather brown and unappealing. It was good, but I think my risotto tastes better. I could be bias...=P
Afterwards, we went for a walk and stopped by at San Churros. We were waiting outside and amused ourselves by watching the guy fry the churros.
Too bad I didn't alter the settings on my camera before taking this photo...
We walked to the beach and shared some hot chips. A really nice, relaxing Sunday that wasn't wasted at home on the couch.