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Sunday 12 May 2024

New restaurant has Indian Ocean views and a global vision

It has been described as the most anticipated restaurant opening of the year; and Gibney certainly looks the part.

The waterfront eatery has been described as 'luxurious Californian country club meets Parisian hotel lobby'.

Gibney is a sophisticated seaside brasserie and grill located in Cottesloe and overlooking the Indian Ocean.

With a capacity of approximately 160, this brasserie and grill will be formal in its approach with tablecloths, jacketed wait staff, all soft furnishings, marble, brass and high-end tableware.

The menu draws inspiration from classic steakhouses and brasseries around the globe.

“We’ve drawn inspiration from the great bistros and brasseries from the past by remaining true to what has come before," says head chef James Cole-Bowen. "Classic presentations, sauces and flavour combinations bring Gibney into the present and beyond."

So expect dinner dishes like half a Western rock lobster with curried buckwheat, vadouvan butter and fried curry leaf; and Amelia Park lamb rump with mint salsa verde, feta, olive and parsley.

The by-the-glass wine list features local stars including Cullen, Singlefile and Moss Wood, while the by-the-bottle list is impressively global in reach.

Gibney joins the Kailis Hospitality Group portfolio, alongside coastal venues The Shorehouse in Swanbourne, Island Market and Canteen in Trigg, Kailis Fish Market Café in Fremantle and the recently announced Magic Apple Wholefoods, due to open later in 2024.


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