Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    List an Event/Business    Contact    Login
Join the Perth Mums Facebook Group to ask questions, seek advice, share experiences and join a vibrant and supportive community.

Family-Friendly Dining At Embers Restaurant and Gourmet Deli

by BecSorby (follow)
Eating Out With Kids (55)      Swan Valley & Perth Hills (30)     
Up in the Perth Hills, you’ll find Embers Restaurant, a gorgeous family-friendly restaurant that’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus takeaways, and has a gourmet deli attached.

After driving around the Hills for a while, it was well and truly time to stop as our toddler became increasingly cranky. We arrived late morning, and were hopeful the lunch menu had kicked in. We were in luck. Breakfast hadn’t quite finished but the chef was prepared to start lunch for us. What service!

Embers Restaurant and Gourmet Deli

There was plenty of space to sit, both inside and outside, plus a stack of highchairs at our disposal. We were provided with menus and with such a huge number of delicious sounding Italian dishes to choose from, it took us a while to decide.

Embers also have an impressive kids menu, with options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are five breakfast choices and nine choices for lunch and dinner, plus two mini pizza options available after 5pm, plus a range of drinks and desserts, just for the kids.

Embers Restaurant and Gourmet Deli

I don’t really know of any kids who enjoy a sirloin steak for their lunch or dinner, but it’s on the menu, but so is the ‘chickaroonie’ or nuggets and chips, which most kids tend to opt for when they dine out. We chose the scrambled eggs on toasts for our toddler.

Embers Restaurant and Gourmet Deli

The lunch menu has so many options, it made it difficult to choose just one. My husband decided on the chilli mussels, while I went for the small sized tortellini carbonara. There are starters and light meals, mains, seafood, so many pasta dishes to choose from, plus salads and burgers and a full breakfast menu. Just to top it all off, you'll also find a large wine, beer and cocktail list, plus a dessert and coffee menu.

Small sized tortellini? Ha! I said to my husband that I would have hated to see the large. The small was generous enough, and it was easily the best tortellini I’ve had in a while. It was brimming with bits of bacon and mushroom and was coated in a lovely creamy sauce. My husband didn’t take too long to polish off the chilli mussels, and said they were some of the best he had tried.

Olivia’s portion of scrambled eggs was HUGE, for a kids meal. As with most of her food when dining out, it went largely untouched, which was a shame, but the eggs were certainly delicious.

It was well and truly nap time by now, so we hastily finished our meals and piled back in the car. But there is no doubt that this wouldn’t be our last visit to Embers, if this experience was anything to go by.

For more great places to dine out with the kids, read on here.

Essential Information
Embers Restaurant and Gourmet Deli
Address: 169 Railway Road, Gooseberry Hill
Phone: 9293 3663 (Restaurant) or 9293 3333 (Takeaway)
Website: www.emberswoodfired.com
Opening hours: Open from 9am to late Tuesday to Friday and 8am to late on weekends. Kitchen is closed between 3pm and 5pm.

#Swan Valley & Perth Hills
#Eating Out With Kids
**Walk-in walk-out varicose vein procedures with a 99% success rate.
Awesome Value Perth Events
Experience the best of Leederville in Perth.
Try your hand at all sorts of different crochet projects.
Spend a sunny Saturday with friends on the Food Day Safari.
Join the conversation on the Perth Mums Facebook Group

Enjoy affordable family photography from MyFamilyPhoto.com.au

I like this Article - 1
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by BecSorby
20 Jan - 19 Feb
view all articles by BecSorby
Articles by BecSorby on Other Hubs
ID: 51920
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Articles
Featured on Other Hubs
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226. mobile version