Angel’s House is a pretty little slice of France taking up residence in a heritage-listed 1880s-built home in Fremantle. The bistro is run by two French brothers, Anthony and Jeremy, who are passionate about sourcing locally grown produce to complement their seasonal menu full of tasteful discoveries.
Take your taste buds on a journey through French cuisine, starting with the Escargot en Persillade—snails with garlic parsley butter and homemade bread—or the salmon gravlax with celery remoulade, then order ravioli or boeuf bourguignon from the mains. Share sides like seasonal ratatouille or a charcuterie and cheese board and you’ll be good to go.
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