Sometimes a new(ish) place just keeps popping up on your radar so much it becomes impossible to ignore, and right now that place is Seven Sins restaurant in the Perth Hills.
It’s the brainchild of popular Perth chef Seb Sindermann, who after finishing up at Naked Apple Cider House late last year turned his attention to Seven Sins, and since opening in Christmas last year it’s copped nothing love from its many diners.
Taking up residence in the old Roleys On The Ridge in Roleystone, first up you’re treated to stunning views of the Darling Scarp below while you dine, which automatically makes for a unique dining experience.
The menu is flush with hearty meals for the soul, including a mix of tantalising mains like the popular Crispy Crackle Pork Knuckle & Potato Mash and Beef Fillet with Confit Garlic Prawns, along with some scintillating share plates like Dijon Mustard Braised Meatballs with BBQ Beetroot Chutney, Seb’s Jalapeno Poppers and Fried Tandoori Popcorn Chicken to name a small selection.
Even more exciting – just about the entire menu is gluten free, and their specials get even better, with Scallops in Avocado Salsa & Coconut Curry Sauce a recent star.
In addition to the regular menu, Seven Sins have also just started hosting special German nights on Thursdays, along with awesome Sustainer Mondays, where they support a different chosen charity each month with $2 from every customer that dines over a four week period.
There’s just one catch – and we almost feel bad for telling you about this now – Seven Sins will be taking a well-earned break at the start of July, shutting up shop for a week from July 7, re-opening Wednesday 14 July.
One restaurant that’s well worth the drive, we recommend hitting the Seven Sins WEBSITE now to secure your place at the table in the second half of 2021.