Butcher and the Farmer is the new happening modern Australian inspired restaurant to hit the Tramsheds at Harold Park. This 300 seat restaurant has a fully licensed bar and private dining rooms featuring it’s own heritage tram as well as a fully integrated butchery showcasing fresh Australian ingredients and produce delivered direct from our Australia farmers.
This great find at the Tramsheds was developed my Mirvac builders using recycling materials to create a magnificent restaurant and a bar within a tram for a fun and unique experience, bringing history back to life. As their motto suggests, Butcher and the Farmer promise to provide simple, honest and delicious food to their customers with service as their upmost priority.
Butcher and the Farmer have a delightful menu exhibiting finest Australian cuisine. With tones of delicious options to choose from, the menu highlights include smoking chargrilled squid, steak tartare and garlic toast for entrée’s. For mains their is a selection of beautiful poultry and seafood options mastered with culinary skill in the kitchen by leading Australian chefs. These include tender wagyu, pork sausages with mixed herbs, lamb shank pie accompanied with crispy peas, charcoal grilled chicken and juicy sublime beef ribs, not to mention the incredible steak, garnished with fresh seasoned cherry tomato’s.
The condiments included smokey cauliflowers and kale salad and delicious Worcestershire and Tabasco sauce to go with most of the dishes. If you were after nibbles, then try their tasty cuts of cheese/meat boards, which are a great choice to share.
Butcher and the Farmer have kept their dessert options short and sweet! They pride themselves on the quality of their desserts with fruit tart a big favorite. The drinks bar takes you back in history while you sit in the tram indulging on modern day beers and cocktails made by expert bartenders.
The food and portions are good value for money; the wine list is wide-ranging, great upbeat ambiance and décor, the tram and the deli are amazing and are great for pre-meet ups before dinner or lunch. The venue also has car parking.
Overall, it’s a Beautiful place to go to and gets busy for brunch and dinner, so it would be recommended to make bookings ahead.
Butcher and the Farmer
2 Hungry Guys dined as a guest