The Raw Kitchen has a reputation for dishing up some of the most delicious ‘health’ food in Perth, so it hasn’t gone unnoticed that they haven’t re-opened their doors since closing when COVID hit. What some of you more observant punters might have noticed is the new name that adorns the building—Mother.
Well, we can finally tell you that The Raw Kitchen will be re-opening as Mother—an ode to Mother Earth—on Friday 7 August. The name change comes complete with a revamped fit-out, menu and drinks list which is teeming with natural wine and delicious non-alcoholic options.
The food is still completely plant-based and always sustainable, but owners Emma and Heath decided it was time to drop the word raw from the name as the business has evolved and cooked dishes are absolutely on the cards these days.
The new menu is inspired by the Mediterranean and they’re also bringing back the grab and go options for people on the run and those coming and going from the on-site yoga school. The drinks list is full of natural and low intervention wines as well as delicious cocktails and a good selection of non-alcoholic drinks. They’ll also be brewing speciality elixirs like warm lattes teaming with blends of medicinal mushrooms, Chinese herbs and superfoods.
As if that wasn’t enough, Emma and Heath have also decided to open The School within the space which will focus on education. “We want the space to feel inspiring, welcoming and supportive. A place that shows the greatest reverence for Mother Nature and where you feel nourished and better for visiting. A place where you can eat, learn, and connect with a community,” said Emma and Heath.
Mother and The School will sit alongside Emma and Heath’s beautiful Zero Store, Australia’s biggest zero waste store, along with the YogaLab and a handful of alternative practitioners who consult out of their offices upstairs, giving the space a true community feel.
Opening on Friday 7 August, keep an eye on their socials for details about how to book.
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Image credit: Louise Coghill