Last weekend, the engineers and I decided to have a meet up. Keen for a new space, I decided to look around town while avoiding all dim sum places which have become to frequent at our meet ups. Searching around for something casual and relaxing, I stumbled upon a the Village Bar on the Queen of Bad Timing’s blog. You can see her share of the review here. Village bar distinct itself from other bars as this was more of a gastropub than your regular one. The food here is pretty good and the bar prides itself with the title Best Steak Sandwich in WA. But I was not sold to get one. I know how overrated titles can get.
For me, I decided to get the Honey Vodka battered fish and chips. It was every bit delectable. While it was not cheap @ $22, it had my respect. The fish was fresh, crisp and so moorish. Beer battered chips were in a league of its own. But typically being fish and chips with a serve of garlic aioli and tartare sauce, this basket of goodness soon becomes a little greasy.
While I enjoyed my fish and chips, others decided to try to steak sandwich which unfortunately was just over lukewarm. I find this things always happen when one tries to serve 10 dishes at the same time. As a foodie, I reckon the kitchen should do what it does best at its own pace. So long as the food comes out delectable and hot, everyone will be extremely pleased. Over all, Village Bar is a pretty impressive bar. It’s décor was nice, waitresses keen to help and food delicious. Will I come here again? Definitely yes, compared to the Brisbane, this place is a downright winner. The only value that is hard to beat is the $15 ribs @ The Shed!