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The West Australian Good Food Guide 2014 Recommended Green, "This has to be one of the hippest, smartest bars in Australia - on a.rooftop in the middle of the CBD and above the celebrated Greenhouse restaurant"
The West Australian Good Food Guide 2014 Score: 15/20 "AS ANYone of its loyal waiters will tell you, nothing at the Greenhouse is done like "normal folks". Now into its fourth year, this uniquely conceived, hugely popular establishment is still packing in the crowds and maintaining its mission for sustainability, zero carbon and all the fashionable-isms of the modern eco-restaurant"
Gourmet Traveller 2013 Australian Restaurant Guide Score: 1 Star "Margaritas in jam jars. Chairs made from old road signs. Tap water poured from metal watering cans. Recycling hits hip heights at Perth's most ethical dining room. There's a similar spirit in the kitchen, where wonderful core ingredients are transformed into upbeat, back-to-basics winners"
West Australian Good Food Guide 2012 Top 30 Bar
West Australian Good Food Guide 2012 Score: 16/20 One Star "THERMOMIX YOUNG CHEF OF THE YEAR DESPITE AN ever-increasing media profile and opening restaurants in Sydney and (perhaps) London"
Sydney Morning Herald Food Food Guide 2012
Gourmet Traveller 2012 Australian Restaurant Guide "The vertical garden of potted ivy heralds a point of difference at this inner-city, green-thinking diner. Everything from the recycled furniture to the containers of herbs on the rooftop (along with a bar) wears the stamp of sustainability"
The West Australian Good Food Guide 2011 Score: 16/20 One Star "High-energy food with a low carbon footprint: Greenhouse is part restaurant, part bar, part environmental statement with a kitchen garden on the roof and straw bales in its walls"
Age Good Food Guide 2012
Gourmet Traveller 2011 Australian Restaurant Guide "Rising sea levels and temperatures? Phooey - the most dramatic evidence of the Greenhouse effect has to be CBD workers voluntarily remaining on the Terrace for post-work eats and drinks"
The Australian John Lethlean, 19-02-2010 Score: 3/5 "A big noise on the Western Front"Read full review
The Sunday Times Gail Williams, 13-02-2010 Score: 16/20 "Here, you get the impression that if Paul Aron (part-owner) and chef Matt Stone (from Pata Negra) put bull's testicles on the menu there'd be a rush on it. They're cool - as in serve the sardine escabeche ($11) in a jar - but they also have the experience to make Greenhouse a roaring success. Did I say roaring? What? Yes, it was roaring so much we couldn't hear each other think but it kept us titillated right through half a dozen lime-drizzled rock oysters ($3.50 each) which were perfect with the Tasmanian fizz ($9 a glass)."
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