Pinky’s Beach Club and Thomsons Restaurant are headed by talented executive Chef Karl Wulf, who is committed to celebrating fresh, local produce and his guilty pleasure is cooking over fire and coal.
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Pinky’s Beach Club
The best place on the Island to watch the sunset, Pinky’s Beach Club is on the beach side of the property, serving locally inspired dishes and cocktails, and of course a terrific selection of West Australian wines.
Offering guests and beachgoers a range of dining options, refreshments and takeaway, the Beach Club enjoys enviable views to the beach and Bathurst Lighthouse.
Pinky’s menu is inspired by the best of West Australian produce, with a distinctly Rottnest flavour. Sister-restaurant to Thomsons in the main settlement, Pinky’s shares a seafood focus, but also has an extensive kids menu making it the perfect place to enjoy a family lunch or dinner as part of your stay.
Pinky Beach is a special location for WA locals. Set below the Bathurst Point Lighthouse, the beach is well protected and holds precious memories of carefree childhoods in the sun, sand and sea.
Opening hours – 7am - late for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all-day-dining.
Contact: email@example.com or 08 6350 6170
Thomsons Rottnest Island
Named after Robert Thomson who farmed salt from the island in 1841 and the bay that bears his name, Thomsons offers a fresh and exciting approach to Rottnest dining.
Thomsons is proudly West Australian restaurant and showcases all that is great about local produce. The restaurant sources local wherever possible supporting WA producers and suppliers. It has a seafood focus, however there are great food options for all, including those with specific food requirements or allergies.
Our menus are seasonal and our dishes are the very essence of great Australian cuisine.
Learn more: http://thomsonsrottnest.com.au/
Contact: 08 9292 5171