L'amour de la Femme Restaurant is located close to the town centre of Bunbury, on the corner of Wittenoom and Clifton Streets. This restaurant offers a unique style of quality modern Australian/European cuisine and class with white table cloths, comfy chairs, open fire and a welcoming atmosphere.
Owner and Head Chef Peter Jacob, who was known as the Gordon Ramsay of Bunbury with his slightly French style madness about him that can only be described as a passionate rage for the quality of his food even after 16 years and cooking along side him for the past 10 is his wife Rebecca, also a Chef.
Using only fresh local produce sourced from the South West region insures that you, the customer, have access to only the best quality of food when dining at L'amour.
Dinner is a set price with 3 different pricing options per person. Enjoy 2 courses (Main & Dessert) for $60; 2 courses (Entree & Main) for $65 or 3 courses (Entree, Main & Dessert) for $75. Being a kid friendly place any child under the age of 8 eats free!
Established in a circa 1900 renovated house, the tall ceilings, wooden floorboards, open wood fire, spaced tables with white table clothes and quality sen-suede chairs create a warm and elegant, dinning experience.
Lamour de la Femme Restaurant is fully licensed with an extensive wine list of Wines of Distinction sourcing them mainly from the south west region with over 100 wines to choose from plus premium imports such as 02 Dom Perignon.
Lunch: Friday to Sunday from 11:30am
Dinner: Friday to Sunday from 6pm ...read more
- Private Room
- Outdoor Seating
- Corporate Dining
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- Private Function
- Group Bookings
- Family Friendly
- Wheel Chair Access
We went to lamour friday night and i can honestly say it was the best restaurant experience we've had in the south west since moving here in 2001. My partner and i had entree scollops ( perfectly seared, plump and juicy ) fillet steak ( perfectly medium, well rested to allow the juices to settle ) and creme brle. The service was professional yet friendly, the wine list ( we had a wonderful pierro cab sav merlot ) extensive and the food we could not fault. However we both agree our favourite aspect of lamour is the ambient setting, mood lighting, crisp white table cloths and warm fire. we will be back.
I went to Lamour and was surprised to find such a good quality restaurant in Bunbury, the food lived up to it's reputation of being fantastic and the service was superb.
The food is a good example of what Australian modern cuisine is and the locally south west sourced wine list has some real gems on it. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and recommend it to any willing to try the best in bunbury