Come and join us for lunch or dinner any day of the week
At The Old Brewery we serve real food, taken to heights which delight even the most sophisticated palate – without the ‘gastro babble’. The reason we’ve been named WA’s “Best Steak Restaurant” in Perth five times in a row is quite simple; we serve only the best steak, cooked to perfection and presented by some of the best people in the business.
And we work hard to make it seem so simple. We want your experience at The Old Brewery to be the best of dining memories, fabulous food with great service in one of the most spectacular riverside locations to be found around the glorious city of Perth.
Starting with our steak, we have standards, very high standards. Through our association with Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) we continually strive to source only the finest red meat from farms throughout Australia.
Organic Wagyu beef from Margaret River, grass and grain fed Black Angus from Lake Preston WA, grass fed Spring Grove crossbreed European Limousin/Charolais cattle from farms in the Victorian high country.
Our meat is also certified under the Meat Standard Australia (MSA) system, a complex set of standards, which aims to accurately predict the tenderness, juiciness and flavour of individual cuts of beef and lamb.
One of the other special things we look out for is the amount of white marbling that runs through the meat. The marbling is the good fat that gives fabulous flavour and tenderness to a great piece of meat like a Wagyu steak.
Ever wondered what all the fuss was about dry aging – you’ll find out at The Old Brewery.
Dry aging is the traditional process we use where a whole cut of beef is placed uncovered in a controlled environment at a cool 2-7 degrees celsius and 70-90% relative humidity for 21 to 28 days. The gentle slow tenderising process occurs as naturally occurring enzymes break down proteins in the muscle fibres making the cooked meat literally melt in the mouth.
The Legendary ‘Tomahawk Steak’…
Connect with your inner carnivore with our famous ‘Tomahawk Steak’ The Tomahawk is one of the largest steaks served in Australia, weighing in at 1.4kg – 2.7kg (1.8kg average). Each Tomahawk is sourced from revered Wagyu beef, from the lush fields of the Margaret River. The name is derived from the mammoth 30cm rib bone which remains when the meat is cut away. It’s the dinosaur steak of a caveman’s dreams. This special steak is recommended to be cooked medium to make the most of the meat’s extraordinary marbling, and is carved at the table and shared between two or a few.
Get really excited and see what else awaits you at lunch or dinner any day of the week, but remember there are always daily specials to surprise you when you arrive.[/toggle]
Let’s discuss degustation
‘Degustation’ – A series of small artfully prepared dishes, showcasing the chef’s culinary skills, served one after the other and savoured with all the senses.
Planning a special occasion dinner for two or a group of up to 24? Talk to us about having your own degustation menu designed by our experienced chefs. Our degustation menus usually consist of six individually prepared courses featuring the best seasonal local produce, concluding with your choice of dessert or a cheese platter, tea and coffee. You may choose wines from our extensive list or allow our Sommelier to select wines to match each course. Call our Restaurant to discuss your perfect degustation dinner on (08) 9211 8999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Something to drink?
Beer lovers won’t be able to resist trying a glass from our Beer Menu…
The Old Brewery beers are handcrafted right here onsite and served fresh from the tap. Currently there are four handcrafted beers which make up our permanent line-up, offering a new approach to each classic style. Look out for Brewer Mark Reilly’s single batch releases, which he brews throughout the year to suit the season or a special occasion.
Wine lovers will be impressed by our highly trained Sommelier’s extensive offering of Australian, New Zealand and International wines with a wide selection available by the single glass.