Here at State of Home, we are always looking for fellow Perth businesses doing something a little different in their industry and Coogee Common is certainly a prime example of this.
Sister venue of our Fremantle forever-favourite, Bread in Common, Coogee Common combines restaurant dining and lounge bar amid pristine garden surrounds. With seasonal menus built by Chef, Scott Brannigan around their own produce harvested daily, Coogee Common was born to showcase the best of local ingredients with a commitment to a no-waste mentality and closed-loop farming philosophy.
With an abundance of vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey all obtained from the on-site garden, you can expect fresh, simple dishes bursting with flavour. Not to mention, plenty of juicy jams, chutneys and sauces available to take away and play with in your own kitchen. Coogee Common even conduct nightly garden tours which include a welcome cocktail and a two-course meal. This gives all the green thumbs out there an insight into their clean, ethical food production.
Housed in the Old Coogee Hotel, this 120-year-old building has been carefully restored, remaining true to it’s heritage whilst embracing an earthy, modern farmhouse feel. Whether you’re looking for a casual drink from the carefully curated wine and tap list or meeting friends in one of the intimate dining rooms, you will be sure to enjoy the soaring ceilings and views over the gardens from any spot of this impressive venue. And now more than ever, after a chaotic few months surviving the recent Covid-19 pandemic, there is simply no time like the present to support our local hospitality industry.