One of Freo’s first small bars, we’re all about friendly staff who know their game; a constantly changing kickass cocktail list; the good end of the beer market; and better wine than you’d expect from a cocktail bar. All chill, all love, no hassle, and no drunks. Bring your Mumma down.
With great tunes and an incredible drinks menu,
Who’s Your Mumma is perfect for chilled out evenings
or weekend fun…
One of Fremantle’s best bars, you can find this week’s cocktail list on the blackboard behind the bar at Who’s Your Mumma? (why not order a ‘You Know Nothing John Snow’?). The space hits all the marks for the trendy new wave of drinking haunts – an airy industrial space with slicks of wood and minimalistic finishings. Order some Mumma’s Pork Buns and a pint of The Freo Doctor from your tender bartender.
FREMANTLE’S BEST BARS
With some of Perth’s best food trucks regularly stopping by to serve up dinner, DJs on the weekend and $12 Bloody Marys and Espresso Martinis, there’s a lot to like about Fremantle eatery, Who’s Your Mumma. It can be easy to miss but once you’re inside, you’ll love the polished concrete floors and rustic meets industrial vibe, complete with reclaimed timber and a mix of outdoor, bar and long bench seating. They have a good selection of wine, craft beers and an ever changing cocktail list that’ll definitely catch your eye and the food menu serves up some tasty snacks and share plates. Perfect for after work drinks and lazy weekends, it’s a nice step away from the touristy crowd.
If you’re after a cocktail made with love, Who’s Your Mumma will be your kind of place. They might be a little slow and pricey but they are worth it! Had a couple of the spectacular Margarita Verde (green chilli tequila, coriander, agave, cucumber, lime) – both very different as the bar staff make their own versions of drinks but both absolutely exquisite.
Who’s Your Mumma is pretty much what it is – it’s not too young, not too old, and not too hip but just right. Who’s Your Mumma reflects food, wine and culture in a warm and relaxed environment. And a plus point goes to its emphasis on people and conversation. You have to meet Ben Bell, the man behind the bar and amazing drinks and you’ll know why!
Another dish that I still dream about to this day are the pork buns ($12). The buns are filled with crispy pork belly, hoi-sin sauce, cucumber and chives between softest folds of steamed white dough. It was pretty much a party in my mouth! It was refreshing; the pork was cooked well with crispy skin and as long as there is Siracha chilli sauce anywhere – I am a happy girl! Paired with whiskey and freshly squeezed apple juice, these pork buns are pretty amazing!
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