My initial impression was that the (Belgian) selection was poor - just a few of the more standard, mainly InBev brews on tap. I wasn’t there for Belgian beer though - I can (and do) go to Belgium for that. When the bartender knew that we wanted to try some local brews he gave us 3 samples from the pretty large selection to try.
They have a beer menu (not easy to find) but it didn’t list all that they had - look in the chiller cabinets behind the bar and you’ll see some very nice bottles which aren’t on the menu. I dread to think how much they cost, though. The common stuff was pretty expensive...
Just popped in to take a look, but was too early and was too shocked by the prices to stay. About a dozen bottles for around $12-15. Pint of Belgian beer will set you back $18. Special $15 lunches looked ok though.
I love this place. While definitely on the pricey side, the huge variety of belgian beers and the nice atmosphere with friendly beer loving staff definitely make it worthwhile. A great starting point for an evening
Even though I stayed in Perth for 2,5 months at the start of 2008, I only visited this place once. Not a very pleasant staff, I did not care much for the indoor atmosphere either, but luckily there were some out door tables. I ended up having a Bellevue Kriek from a selection that was far slimmer than the "ego" of the place.