Fairbrossen Estate, Camel

Fairbrossen Estate is a boutique, family owned and operated winery and café located in the Carmel Valley just 30 minutes from Perth CBD.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelThe café is located in an old tractor shed which has been transformed into a cosy, rustic dining area overlooking the vines. During cooler weather the café is enclosed with café blinds but are opened when the weather is fine to create a lovely, elevated Alfresco area.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelFairbrossen Café caters very well for families and groups and bookings are definitely recommended. If you are dining with young children request a table near the play area and you’ll find that the kids are happy to come and go as they please while you enjoy a leisurely lunch.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelThe café offers a small menu of wholesome food. They also have a range of daily specials listed on the chalkboard. All meals are fresh and cooked to order.  The menu is seasonal.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelAfter spying the huge platters coming out of the kitchen our companions couldn’t resist ordering one to share. The base platter includes EVOO/Balsamic, Dukkah, Dolmades, olive mix, chutney, relish, marinated feta, crackers, seasonal fruits, Vintage Cheddar and Brie. You can then opt to add on a few extras such as WA Prawns, Pate, Chorizo, Smoked salmon or Fremantle Octopus for and additional an additional cost.  The platter is huge and very tasty. The homemade chutneys and relishes were divine.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelI ordered the Steak Sandwich which came served with carmelised onion, beetroot relish, garlic and herb butter and a side slide. The steak was very tender. Fairbrossen Estate, CamelMy husband ordered the Beef and Mushroom Pie also served side salad.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelWe also selected a side of Potato salad which was listed on the specials board.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelThe café serves fun platters for the kids and every bit was gobbled up! Kids have choices of a Mini Burger or Chicken Wings and both come served with salad, crisps, seasonal fruit and a juice box. At the time of our visit the choice was a sausage roll.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelEven though we were suitably stuffed after our meal we couldn’t resist ordering a couple of desserts to share.  The café is renowned for their Devonshire Teas which consists of homemade scones served with Fairbrossen jam and cream. They didn’t disappoint! The scones were lovely and light.Fairbrossen Estate, CamelThe chocolate cake was also a treat!Fairbrossen Estate, CamelWe very much enjoyed our lunch at Fairbrossen Estate and will definitely be returning in the near future.Fairbrossen Estate, Camel

About Jennie McNichol

Jennie McNichol is the co-founder of Buggybuddys. She moved to Perth in 2010 after 11 years of living in London, working in television for the BBC. She is the mother of two daughters aged 10 and 8 and loves the family friendly lifestyle that Perth has to offer.

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