22nd May – 22nd June

The Shorehouse, Island Market re-opening for dine-in trade

The Shorehouse and Island Market will re-open for lunch and dinner on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Friday 22nd May 2020, while adhering to the 20-person dining requirements. At this stage, bookings will be available in two-hour seating blocks.

The revised seating plan of 20 people for each of the beachside venues, which typically seat in excess of 200 people, provides ample space to wine and dine while enjoying panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and receiving special attention from the chefs, sommeliers and wait staff.

The Shorehouse will offer a three-course ‘Taste of The Shorehouse’ menu featuring a choice of classic Shorehouse dishes such as the infamous Shark Bay Crab and Prawn Linguine and Buttermilk Chicken alongside pastry chef Ella Saleeba’s signature desserts. The full extensive wine list will also be available.

Due to the size of the venue, guests arriving at The Shorehouse will be given the unique opportunity to select a table outside on the deck or a table inside the main dining room – both options will be available to every guest during this phase.

Island Market will launch ‘ISLAND OF 20’, a three-course feast menu featuring their signature Middle Eastern / Levantine inspired menu by culinary director David Coomer, all from the wood fired oven. Guests will be given a choice of individual dishes rather than their usual share style feast menu for the time being which will also include Island Market’s house-baked pita. The full wine list will also be available.

Bookings essential for both venues (bookings open tomorrow 12 May). Menus for both restaurants also available from tomorrow, 12 May.

The Shorehouse will not offer takeaway meals, and only the famous filled kebabs will be available for takeaway from Island Market. Bottles of wine from their celebrated wine lists will be available for takeaway from both venues.

Canteen Trigg will re-open the inside dining area for up to 20 guests from 18 May 2020 offering a more substantial menu, while continuing to their takeaway offering that is currently in place.

Kailis Fish Market Café in Fremantle will remain closed until further restrictions are lifted. The size and format of the venue mean it is not viable to reopen for 20 people under the current limitations.