Whether i'm right or not I interpret "the Bridge" as representing the fusion between so-called 'modern australian' and 'asian' cuisine. It's a good 1-2 kilometres from Canning "Bridge"! Anyway, my wife and I enjoyed our dining experience here a few nights ago. A work colleague had recommended it but I'd always left it too late to book as it is so full - especially over weekends. I like the ambiance - it's quite cosy and homely - although my wife did find it a bit claustrophobic and slightly too warm.
As someone else has mentioned the mainly Asian service was friendly enough without being overly professional. But we weren't left waiting too long despite the place being full.
The menu is not big but I found that I could have ordered many things from it. I wouldn't call it fine cuisine but thyat's not the market they're catering for. In the end I had the duck spring rolls to start - large and quite tasty. My wife had the pepper tiger prawns which were a little lost inside a large plate of pasta but she did enjoy their taste. From local reviews I knew I had to try the lamb shanks 'en croute' which come in a kind of sweet chilli sauce (interesting!). I loved them. At $36 for each main course this is probably about average for this kind of restaurant. All up bill - $115 for both of us - including two glasses of wine. So, not bad at all. I'll definitely go back - my wife might wait for summer and open doors and windows!
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