Kiren Mainwaring leads the team at the Co-Op Dining, and you can sense the confidence of the head chef just by looking at the menu. His menu changes to reflect produce in season and what he can find at the local markets each week.
The decor has a distinct Scandinavian feel. Open for dinner only, Co-Op Dining is the perfect venue for a romantic dinner, while ‘foodies’ may be tempted by the creative degustation menus – five or ten courses, with the option of wine matching.
With the menu changing weekly, there are 52 reasons to come and try this delightful food with a West Australian twist. While beautiful local produce, such as dry-aged mutton meatballs and Pilbarra line-caught king threadfin, is the focus of the menu, the house-made pumpkin bread is a must to open proceedings. If it’s on the menu, don’t miss the applewood-smoked Berkshire pork, fermented bok choy and bravo apple – a simply stunning dish!
PSST! Just a few steps away from Optus Stadium, you can drop by Co-Op Dining to celebrate after a game!