Back in stable condition: Stable Hands re-opens in Fremantle

Some of the food and drink available at Stable Hands.
Back in stable condition: Stable Hands re-opens in Fremantle
Back in stable condition: Stable Hands re-opens in Fremantle
Some of the food and drink available at Stable Hands.

STABLE Hands has opened its doors again.

The venue was forced to close for several months after structural issues with an adjoining building during construction resulted in the building partially collapsing.

Owner Phillip Arnold, along with head chef Reece Lardi, have been developing a new menu.

Mr Arnold said it would fuse Mediterranean flavour with technique-forward cooking.

“It’s Mediterranean but not as you know it; the kitchen has used a balance of new world and classic European cooking techniques, taking peasant-style food and refining it,” he said.

“Spanning to the northern African reaches of the Mediterranean, the menu also incorporates some of the lesser-known flavours from the region.”

“Whether it’s a drink with friends or enjoying our share-style dining, we want to bring people together to enjoy this beautiful heritage building once again.”

New menu