Fremantle Markets has reopened and presents Fremantle’s very own Truffle Festival from Friday 31 July to 2 August.
Truffles are a delectable treat – a go to winter favourite for many – and they are being celebrated with their very own festival at the newly re-opened Fremantle Markets.
Thanks to Stonebarn Truffles – a local commercial truffle producer in the West Australian food and wine region of Manjimup can be assured of exceptional quality, taste and aroma from their truffles.
Commencing Friday July 31 truffle lovers can rejoice and celebrate the winter ingredient as they sample fresh truffles and truffle infused produce – or for those with a serious case of FOMO – wander through the markets tasting the range of dishes on offer!
Mouth-watering dishes include but are not limited to:
Gnocchi Gnocchi Boys
- Nannas truffle bruschetta $10
- Golden Gnocchi – Homemade gnocchi, creamy secret sauce, black truffle, gold leaf 24K $35
- 100gm of sliced Truffle Salami. $11.00ea
- 300gm Truffle Salami. $21.00ea
- 200gm Organic Truffle Cheddar Cheese $15.00ea
- Pork Bratwurst infused with black truffle
And that’s not all! The Fremantle Market’s latest newcomers – Otherside Beer Hall – are also joining in on the celebrations recommending truffle lovers pair their favourite winter treat with their Doppelbock.
The Doppelbock features a complex ester profile from the European yeast and strong alcohol content, a beer to be drunk slowly on a cold night paired well with rich winter comfort foods *wink truffles wink*
To assist traders with rebuilding their businesses, Fremantle Markets will be operating on the following reduced hours:
Friday to Sunday 9am-6pm (the Yard will be open from 8am).
*These hours will be reviewed monthly as Fremantle Markets rebuild.
WA’s Fremantle Markets holds a special and important place in the history of Fremantle, and more broadly in Western Australia.
Fremantle Markets is a place to come together with friends and family and immerse in its diverse offerings and fascinating history.