The Atrium | Burswood

If you haven’t eaten in The Atrium in Perth…what are you waiting for!

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I decided not to post my review until I had been to two different sittings.
My first sitting was on a Sunday evening and the second was for Sunday lunch.

On both occasions, I left The Atrium thinking, I could take anyone here because there is something for everyone….no matter how particular they are, or what kinda of food they eat!
The great thing about a buffet is that if you want to have roast beef and potatoes on one side of your plate, you can put stir-fry pork on the other side! You don’t need to choose a particular cuisine, you can mix it up and go back for more of your favourites.

The evening menu and lunch menu were quite different.
The evening menu had everything I could think of from sushi to roast beef…even fresh seafood on a bed of ice! It was an amazing selection so it didn’t take long to understand why it was so busy.

My first course was a vegetable soup and fresh bread roll. I followed this with roast beef, cubed potatoes, pasta, stir-fry vegetables, spring rolls and curry….all on the same plate! The curry was amazing so I went back for seconds.

On my second visit, we had the lunch menu. It also had some breakfast items which was nice but I was hungry so I went straight for the sushi to start off my meal…they were small and bite size so I was more than happy with a few pieces.
For my main meal, I really noticed the absence of potatoes (being Irish of course) but the availability of champagne made me forget about it quite quickly!
I decided to go for the roast gammon, roasted vegetables, beef ravioli, duck pieces and stir-fried noodles and vegetables…lots of different meats but I was hungry!
The variety available is unbelievable! I could have eaten and eaten…and washed it all down with the endless amount of champagne being poured.

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Both times, we also had dessert…
Dessert didn’t fail to impress on either occasion with the selection of bite size options.
I think I might have tasted one of everything except the pavlova as I’m not a fan of fresh cream.
The cheese was to die for!
Here’s what I had…

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Prices:
Lunch- $65.00
Dinner- $75.00
It is pretty pricey but it’s worth it if you are hungry and can’t decide what you want to eat…it’s a must do!

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