Well hello there Miss Kitty’s

Miss Kitty's Bar

And may I say that you’re looking pretty fine! Finally, Inglewood has its own small bar.  And it’s not any small bar.  It’s not Mexican, Italian or Spanish, and it’s not trying to be too chic and fashionable.  It’s a little bit of grunge, a bigger bit of fun, and it’s got a terrific, casual and unpretentious (but don’t mistake that to mean unsophisticated) American/Canadian influenced food menu that offers fantastic dishes to share (or not, as was the case with the Poutine that my hubby tried to claim all to himself) that will satisfy those looking for some snacks or something more substantial.

Poutine - a combination of chips, cheese curd and gravy and according to my husband, the ultimate in comfort junk food.

Poutine – a combination of chips, cheese curd and gravy and according to my husband, the ultimate in comfort junk food.

We ordered the octopus, pancake, suckling pig and poutine when we were there last Saturday and also tried the two deserts – a yummy tart served with maple ice cream and a  gluten free take on Banoffee Pie served in a jar – also very moreish.  The cocktails were good – I had the Paloma, ok, two Paloma’s, and hubby had the house cocktail and a cider.  Ian Lawless, the original guy behind Kitsch in Leederville, is steering this new vehicle and they have a special beer and dog (as in hot dog) night on Tuesday’s. It’s definitely worth a try.

About Natalie

Natalie Hoye (me) is a Real Estate Sales Representative with Acton Mount Lawley who has lived and worked in the suburbs surrounding and nearby Beaufort Street for over 15 years. I love trying out new local cafes, shops and restaurants and am a big believer in supporting the local community and businesses. I have three gorgeous boys in my life (husband and two sons) and am blessed to be doing what I love in the areas I love. Read more about Natalie Hoye

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