Hostel G’s Lazy Lee Urban Eatery selling $6 pints daily

Head Chef Kevin Ciotucha with some curly fries and a Lazy Lee burger. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au   d491300
Head Chef Kevin Ciotucha with some curly fries and a Lazy Lee burger. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d491300

LAZY Lee Urban Eatery is open and has added competitive food and beverage prices to Perth’s dining scene.

Restaurant manager Robyn Brennan said the bar and restaurant at Hostel G, 80 Stirling Street in Perth, aimed to break the market trend.

“We’re offering pints for $6 of our lager, very chilled on tap as well as some other very competitive pricing on our menu as well,” Ms Brennan said.

“With our building we obviously appeal to a lot of youthful guests as well as older guests so we’re trying to appeal to everyone.”

Lazy Lee, which is managed by international restaurant brand R&B Lab, has a menu of modern pub classics including some signature dishes such as the Lazy Lee Burger.

To see the full menu click here.

“We’re doing some retro food with a modern twist so we’ve got 100 per cent beef patty with four rashes of bacon, local Margaret River brie melting over it and our special signature thousand island dressing… and of course American pickle on top,” Head Chef Kevin Ciotucha said.

Lazy Lee burger

“We like to source local ingredients where we can so we have a local Fremantle octopus pizza and a bit of chorizo for spice and fresh basil,” he said.

“It’s a twist that we haven’t seen before.”

Fremantle octopus pizza

The smell of fresh popcorn at 11am each morning signals opening time and diners receive a free serving on arrival.

Lazy Lee’s is open until late seven days a week.