Brought to us by Melbourne restauranteur Guy Grossi, Garum is a large scale, rustic Roman restaurant championing the quality local produce that originally enticed Grossi over to WA in the first place.
The menu is inspired by Roman food and dining culture and it's bringing a much-needed contemporary feel to the original heritage building that it's located in.
Grossi is taking all of the deliciously fresh produce we mentioned earlier and giving it his signature Italian flair. Think Freo octopus, Arkady lamb from Margaret River, Manjimup truffles and the most delicious pastas.
Garum is also open for breakfast, dishing up everything from ricotta hotcakes and smashed avo to breakfast gnocchi and salads.
Want to celebrate National Cannoli Day? (Yes, that's an actual thing!) Head to Garum on Friday 14 June, and if you're one of the first 300 people, you'll score a free cannoli. Don't worry if you can't make it there in time, because Garum is continuing the celebration all weekend long. Fly in and grab a coffee on the go, and you'll also get a complimentary cannoli.
If you haven't made it to Hibernian Place yet, this is the excuse you've been waiting for.
Image credit: Nancy Hanna