Percy Flint is the new kid on the Block in South Fremantle. Vintage flair and progressive sustenance converge together in effortless harmony.
The main room is filled with dark wood and luxurious leather. This room is dimly lit giving it an almost foreboding feel. If you walk through the initial dining room, you enter what once may have been the smoking parlour or saloon. On entering, you immediately notice deep, inviting leather sofas encircling a two-way fire place. When lit in winter it is a highly coveted spot. Summers in Fremantle are perfect for having a quiet brew whilst baking in the sun, there is no better place than the beer garden of Percy Flint.
On finding a seat and acquiring one of the many unique and delectable beverages, your focus should be drawn to the menu. A seasonally focussed offering that recommends sharing and pushing boundaries. This could never be more evident than in one of their menu mainstays, bone marrow poppers.
There are many other unique and equally delicious numbers of which I won’t ruin the surprise but what I will say is that if you have a group of friends or are looking to impress with some local knowledge, if a cold beer and a decadently modern menu is what you are seeking you need look no further than Percy Flint!
p.s. They also have Stone and Wood Pacific Ale on tap.. if you don’t know why I’m mentioning it you’re missing out 😉
The Fremantle Food Trail Team
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