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25 February 2018

Market Eating House a Top 25 Casual Dining Restaurant

The latest edition of the WA’s food bible is out!

The Good Food Guide is a celebration of all that is excellent in the WA dining scene across all areas of cooking, entrepreneurship, wine and service – and the go-to for anyone serious about eating and drinking well in our fabulous state.

The food bible’s recommendation for food inspiration in the Bunbury Geographe – Market Eating House in Victoria Street, Bunbury. Their commitment to the ethos of share-style eating and happy free-for-all dining reserved Market Eating House a spot in their Top 25 Casual Dining Restaurants.

So, make Market Eating House your go-to eat destination!

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<div class=“Brenton and Bec Pyke have raised the standard of Bunbury dining, since making the southern port city their home several years ago. Their casual, focused diner, Market Eating House, pushes a menu with Greek and Levantine leanings, pointing to Pike’s time as head chef at George Calombaris’ Little Press & Cellar in Melbourne. Wife, Bec, equally savvy on the other side of the dining coin, has a focus on service.

You can order off the card but those who try the “feed me” menus will be well rewarded. These menus embody the Market Eating House ethos: share-style eating, with multiple dishes on the table, and happy free-for-all dining.

Pike’s plates are among the best you’ll find south of Perth. Simple hummus is lifted with a ground lamb, ras el hanout and raisin topping. Greek saganaki cheese hits the table sizzling in a skillet. Fragrant notes of lemon, honey and oregano the opening gambit for a dish that’s acidic and sweet.

The dining room includes a long bar which sports a sound drinks list, served by staff who know their stuff.”