The Generous Squire - 21 Jan 2010

Cuisine: Modern Australian, Pub Food
Location: Perth CBD, Shafto Lane

It was back to The Generous Squire again which was chosen as a leaving lunch for one of our work mates. Based on my prior experience of the paella which turned out not to be paella, I had warned many of my colleagues. We placed our orders and waited for a table which gave plenty of time for mingling and downing a few pints. I decided to go with the steak sandwich and what a generous offering they brought out! Certainly true to form based upon the other dishes I’ve seen served here. The steak was tender and sandwiched between a large salad with a huge serving of French fries. The chips were delicious and I savoured every one of them. I hate when you get served chips and they aren’t all that great. What I was really intrigued with was the tomatoes. I’m not sure what they did with them, they weren’t fried, sundried, or roasted, but they had a unique flavour I’ve not tasted before. I’d rate this the best steak sandwich I had but it’s so huge to tackle, you’ll need the salad on one slice of bread and the steak on the other.


The Generous Squire Food Review Summary

Verdict: Loved the steak sandwich, an excellent meal
Price: Reasonable
Taste: Delicious
Value: Excellent
Recommendation: Highly Recommend

See my prior blog post:

Food Review of The Generous Squire – Nov 2009

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The Generous Squire - 21 Jan 2010, reviewed by Shaun on 2010-01-21T19:44:07+00:00 rating 5.0 out of 5

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