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Divine food, friendly, attentive waitstaff with sexy accents, tablecloths. Lovely restaurant with great atmosphere
My partner & I enjoyed the La Saveur with 5 courses menu on Friday night. We had the following between us from the menu choices: First course: Celeriac veloute & cured market fish. We think the fish was a must try if you like Japanese. The oyster was also well balanced. Second course: mottainai lamb shoulder & Wagin duck. The duck breast with the jus was amazing and could have been a dish by itself without the other two variations of duck and green sauce. The lamb was also really good and you could taste the olive flavours, we would have been happy to have this served as main course in a standard dining experience. For the main course we had the poached salmon and beef flank. While technically both dishes were good, we didn't enjoy this course as much as the previous two, lacking in flavour for our tastes. The dessert stand out was the death by chocolate, compared to other chocolate desserts it was well balanced and nice to have the different mouthfuls of chocolate rather than a single item like other restaurants commonly do. The espresso souffle was also very good. We also loved all the cleanser courses in between and the elderflower cocktail special. Staff were friendly, educated on the menu and helpful through the meal. Ideal choice for a special date night.
Great food, outstanding service. Creative dishes. Thanks Remi and Adrian for a special evening
Excellent food, prompt service, and a surprise for my partner after the meal, as it was her birthday. Definitely planning on going again! Had the 5 course menu, which was a perfect portion size overall.
Great food, great ambience and excellent service. Wine matching with each dish was faultless. Definitely worth a try if you haven't been before and highly recommended for a special occasion.
Absolutely superb... the quality of the food, the service and the ambiance. The little touches like the private room on my "romantic dinner for two" request was much appreciated. And the dishes really were bursting with flavour.... we have already recommended it others. We will be back
Food was ok but remember food was excellent a few years back. Didn’t like everything on the degustation menu. Super friendly service though
This was our second visit over the last 12 months and we enjoyed the 9 Course Degustation Menu with pared wines, My wife's dietary requirements were catered for without any problem and the waiter did not skip a beat as he advised and re-paired the wines to suit. Service was excellent, the meals came out at perfect timing and the wines equally well paired - i can belive 3 hours dissapearde so fast :}
Great food, lovely service. It was our first degustation menu and all vegetarian. Will definitely be going back once the menu is changed for Vegos to try it all again.
Excellent food and service from this fantastic restaurant. Never fails to deliver. The Espresso souffle and nutmeg icecream was a superb finish to a special night. Thanks to all the gang.
The food was excellent but the size of portions was disappointing. There was no threat to life from the "Death By Chocolate" dessert portion size. The inclusion of sparkling water is a nice touch.
It is fine dining. The portions are small. There is quite a wait between dishes, but we had good conversation. The head waiter was excellent and can be commended. Very good people skills. Service good. We did the 5 course meal. If you are hungry, go for the nine course. It was a special occasion. The starter of cured market fish was excellent. Enjoyable evening.
Food was amazing but staff not quite as attentive as I’d expected. One member of staff explained she was new so didn’t know what any of the drinks were, we had to point at the menu to show her what we wanted. We also had to wait a while to order our second drinks as no one noticed our glasses were empty.
Second time there and first time with their recommended matching wines. Added enormously to the already wonderful experience. Excellent service.
10 out of 10: Incredible food, service and wine! We had our own little private dining area which made the experience more memorable. Every dish was exquisite, each ingredient belonged on the plate, beautifully presented and absolutely delicious. Love this restaurant!
The food was really good and we are glad to have done the 9 course degustation. Highly recommend this place for vegetarians too looking for a fine dining experience. Great service too.
We tried the 9 courses menu and it was spectacular. We chose to go with the wine pairing and the manager did an amazing job explaining us how each wine was selected for that specific dish and how the chef contributed to it as well. Every dish was perfect. Starting with the delicious cauliflower velouté and the homemade focaccia bread, continuing with the surprising salmon sashimi with wasabi sorbet and ginger puree. The chicken and the duck were melting in your mouth, the smoked barramundi was unbelievable and the desserts were the perfect ending of a memorable culinary experience. Petite Mort really exceeded our expectations.
The service was very welcoming and friendly. And they were unobtrusive. Explained the dishes well. The food is really good, all very skilled . Degustation menu is a great way to experience different dishes and methods of cooking. Overall good experience.
Staff were amazing. Wine pairing with the degustation is definitely recommended. We were very impressed with the wines. Death by chocolate was a highlight. Overall an awesome meal, however in previous years when we have been here, we left absolutely full. This time we came home and still had to cook some noodles to fill up. Degustation was still amazing, but just not as filling as it used to be.
A wonderful night and we had the 9 course degustation with matching wines so we spent many relaxing hours there enjoying what we love so much i.e. top class food and wine. The staff were professional and so attentive. We loved the Japanese style food amongst the French style and the balance of flavours on each plate was superb. We can't wait to go back.
225 Onslow Road, 6008, Shenton Park (WA), Australia
French fine dining, need I say more?
Chef Todd Stuart’s Petite Mort makes the statement ‘the best things come in small packages’ ring true. And these small packages are exploding with an abundance of colours, textures and flavours. This is all made possible by the best seasonal produce that is carefully picked, used and prepared for you. Dive into their special degustation menu and prepare to be wowed. It is a rare dining experience that engages all the senses.
Best dish: Cured salmon, kingfish, kombucha, cucumber.
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