Location: Perth CBD, William St above Perth Underground Train Station
Super Lunch offer of 2 courses for $25 or 3 courses for $30
Soft bread with a delicious herbed garlic butter. Yum!
My manager said it was a large serving though the chicken was dry and lacked a sauce. The truffle is a nice addition but overpowered the egg.
Gennaro’s Famous Porchetta
Jamie’s Italian Food Review Summary
Verdict: I haven’t visited Jamie’s for a few year’s now since it first opened. We had lunch here with clients and I notice they have a Super Lunch offer of 2 courses for $25 or 3 courses for $30 which looked tempting. We started with garlic bread which presented a lovely soft bread filled with a delicious herbed garlic butter and garlic chips. I ordered Gennaro’s Famous Porchetta. The pork belly was very tender, though the crackling was a little tricky to cut through. The pork belly was soft and tasty and went well with the salsa verde and herbed garlic and chilli mixture. However, the apple sauce, while nice, dominated the pork and vegetables, to the point I left the sauce to the side. The meal was okay, not to the standard I had enjoyed on my first visits. The flavour balance is a bit off. I don’t think Jamie Oliver would be happy with the dish.
Recommendation: Worth Visiting Again
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