Fine Dining

Lamont’s Bishops House @ Perth

First event in Perth after a long time, we held it at a really unique location in the CBD, a 19th century heritage list house with an excellent lunch catering.

Standing amongst the high rises of Perth CBD is Lamont’s Bishops House – a majestic building steeped in old world charm. Originally built in the 1850’s for the first Anglican Bishop of Perth, it has been the home for the family of Lord McAlpine and is now situated in one of the few privately owned and managed heritage listed gardens in the city. 

It’s incredible private gardens and house, set in the heart of the CBD provides guests with a truly unique dining experience set within a stunning heritage home with gorgeous garden views

Bishop’s House has now been operating as a formal dining venue brought to customers by The Lamont’s Family since 2010.

Fried quail | Soft bread | Truffle mayo | Preserved yolk

Fried quail | Soft bread | Truffle mayo | Preserved yolk

Forgot to take the picture of the fried quail, which was absolutely delicious, albeit too small a piece. And the fennel salad on top was refreshing and a wonderful accompaniment. Sprinkled with salted egg yolk for that Asian touch.

Angus beef fillet | Roasted root vegetable | Porcini Butter

Angus beef fillet | Roasted root vegetable | Porcini Butter

A nice little beef fillet sourced from the local farmers, done beautifully at medium rare. Usually at these kinds of event, where you cater for 16 pax, the beef can be quite bad. But they have nailed the right doneness and the sauce and the mashed pumpkin.

Roasted Carrots | French Fries
Cobbs Salad

Came with sides to share and coffee afterwards.

Wonderful location to hold a small, intimate gathering in Perth, the damage was around A$120 per pax including the drinks.

Lamont’s Bishops House
78 Mounts Bay Road Perth WA 6000
Tel : +61 (08) 9228 1884

Visited Jun 2023

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