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Get iIn the swing of things at Bistro38

THE option of taking a 20-minute drive up the freeway to Joondalup has never been more enticing.

While the 27-hole golf course provides the perfect playground for business, Bistro38 provides an unforgettable culinary experience.

Bistro38 is Joondalup Resort’s fine dining restaurant and, because it’s part of the resort, you are guaranteed impeccable service in classy surrounds.

The marketing team at the resort promotes the “nature” of the place, which is tough considering it’s situated amongst a thriving residential marketplace. But, remarkably, a visit to the resort leaves you feeling as though you’ve left the metro area. Although located off one of the main streets, it is tucked away so that you almost feel like you’re down south, with the greenery providing the soothing tonic needed to enjoy good food and a great round of golf.

It’s this scenery that you can look out to while savouring the delights of executive chef Nigel Keene.

Mr Keene, previously an executive chef at the Hilton, prepares contemporary meals with a range of choice to leave you in complete culinary confusion – laksa, breast of chicken, T-bone steak, or pasta.

But choices need to be made quickly because the 27-hole golf course is there for the taking.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, the course has a wide, open driving range, and we’re told quarries two, three and four will test the nerves.

A round of golf can be booked to coincide with completion of your meal at the bistro, which opens early, allowing breakfast and golf to be arranged just as easily as lunch and an afternoon round.

But if you want complete indulgence, the resort offers what’s called a par five package. Par five for a five-star indulgence rating – overnight accommodation, dinner at Bristro38, buffet breakfast and 18 holes of golf in a shared motor cart.

With a resort like this the options to spend your time are extensive, so ring the resort for the full rundown on the different packages available.





The flavours of France will be prominent this week with Bastille Day this Saturday.

The Court Wine Bar is celebrating with Vive la Republique. A four-course menu and fantastic French wine with the option of fancy dress makes this a Bastille Day dinner to go all out for.

French owners Sylvie and Didier of L’Hermitage Restaurant in Claremont are geared up for the famous day.

An authentic French menu for $45 is on offer, as well as the option of al a carte. And if you have a favourite French wine, bring it along with a corkage charge of $3.00.





Also on July 14, Sandalford and Austrian glassware specialists Riedel have teamed up to present a wine makers’ dinner at Sandalford Caversham Estate. Senior wine maker Paul Boulden and Hal Bibby from Riedel will present a wonderful evening with new release wines and barrel samples matched to an exquisite six-course meal. Tickets are just $55 and guest will receive a complimentary Riedel Vinum Chianti Classico glass.

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