Garum at Hibernian Place, Perth


Garum, Roman fish sauce made by salting and fermenting fish in small clay jugs or vessels, was used commonly throughout ancient Roman cooking.

This Roman osteria is a collaboration between Guy Grossi and The Westin Perth, housed in the historic Hibernian Hall in Perth City’s East End.

Our menu, delivered by head chef Stefano Pingue, focuses on both these ancient Roman techniques and modern Roman classics in a stylish and relaxed environment.

Our food is focused on the ideals of Roman cooking, its techniques and history while highlighting the richness of Western Australian produce.

An exploration of ancient Roman cooking with contemporary consideration.

Our wine list is based around the drinking culture of Ancient Rome. Throughout the list we highlight the region of Lazio whilst supporting the great diversity of producers in Western Australia.

Following a practice developed by the Romans our wines are categorised by colour and then by grape varietal forming a simplistic drinking guide.

Wednesday to Saturday
4:30pm - late

61-8-6559 1870

The Westin Hotel, Hibernian Place 480 Hay Street, Perth, WA, 6000 Australia

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