"It's a sophisticated fit out that makes use of the area and is very Fremantle in its approach. We want to make sure this is more than just a restaurant and bar – we are putting our heart and soul into this."
Using wood from the old boardwalk and jetty from Bathers Beach, recycled teak from Papua New Guinea and turn-of-the-20th-century hand-made brass light fittings, the two-level building also has alfresco area. Renowned local artist Amok Island has also created a beachcomber mural for the venue.
The theme and ambience is focused on casual beachside dining with a well-priced bistro-style menu. Nick says the sun lounges are in the spirit of what Bathers Beach House is trying to do.