The Pantry Dolls are new to the kitchen in the Irish Club and bring with them a traditional Irish menu with favourites such as breaded mushrooms, bacon and cabbage and a delicious selection of desserts. All meals are made from scratch from the freshest ingredients and are not to be missed. Come on down and check out their fabulous food today!
Food is served from Thursday to Sunday, from 4pm to 9pm Thursday to Saturday and from 2pm on a Sunday. There's an $18 Pie & Pint special on a Thursday and live music from 6.30pm from Johhny Reid. On Sundays, bring the kids down for an early dinner as the kitchen opens from 2, and if you can, why not stay for the live music from The Lost Backpackers or Tommy O'Brien from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. You'd be mad to miss it!
The menu is also geared towards feeding the family so bring the kids down any time, little ones are always welcome, with a great variety of kids meals and free mash and gravy for the tiniest of tots.
A few words from the pantry dolls
The Pantry Dolls team consists of Marguerite O'Dwyer and Amy Brogan, both native Irish ladies hailing from Co. Meath and Donegal Town respectively. We thought it might be best to give you a bit of an insight into the ladies behind the menu so sat the pair down for a bit of a natter....
What motivated you to start your own business?
Amy: It's always been a dream to have something of your own stemming from your passion, and to make a stamp on the industry.
Mags: From a young age I wanted to do something with food, it was always my passion to own a restaurant. Moving to Perth gave me the experience, knowledge and confidence to make my dream a reality.
And how is it working with each other?
Amy: There is no better person for me to do it with than Mags, she taught me everything and continues to to show me new things every day. We had always talked about going out on our own and one day just thought why the hell not?
Mags: I met Amy a couple of months after she landed in Perth and we instantly clicked. Amy is a vegetarian but she made a beef stew that blew my taste buds away! I knew she had incredible talent and we worked side by side creating new dishes.
How do you feel now it's up and running?
Amy: We are literally living the dream, no day feels like work, it's all about loving it and striving for bigger and better each day.
Mags: Pantry Dolls is not our job, it's our passion, seeing people's reactions when they try our food is what makes us happy. Everything we do is homemade and made with love.