Food Rescue Week at Lalla Rookh

Between 3rd - 9th December we will be taking part in Food Rescue Week at Lalla Rookh Bar & Eating House.

 

From Saturday 3rd to Friday 9th December we are donating $3 from every pasta purchased to Food Rescue to help feed those in need.

 

 

Food Rescue is a program servicing disadvantaged people in Western Australia. It aims to alleviate hunger by rescuing perishable, fresh and nutritious food from restaurants, caterers, hotels, food wholesalers, retailers, farmers’ markets and primary producers, and deliver it to disadvantaged, vulnerable people.

 

This is accomplished through a network of charities, agencies and programs that reaches our target populations which include homeless shelters, women’s refuges, youth crisis accommodation centres, drug and alcohol crisis centres, struggling families and the aged community.

 

So come in and eat some pasta and help those less fortunate than you have  decent meal as well.

 

Follow Lalla and Food Rescue WA on Instagram and like us on Facebook to keep up with all the happenings.

 

Please email info@lallarookh.com.au or call us on 08 9325 7077 with any queries.

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Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday

11.30am - late

Saturday

5.00pm - late

Christmas Eve - Close 4pm

Christmas Day - Closed

Boxing Day - Closed

Friday 27th December - 11.30am - late

Saturday 28th December - 5.00pm - late

Monday 30th December - Closed

New Years Eve - Closed

New Years Day - Closed 

Thursday 2nd January - 11.30am - late

Lalla Rookh Bar and Eating House

Lower Ground

77 St. Georges Terrace

Perth, Western Australia 6000

 

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info@lallarookh.com.au

Tel: (+61) 08 9325 7077

Lalla Rookh Bar and Eating House

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Branding by Cale Mason | Photography by Spencer Dugey, Daniela Fego and Jessica Wyld

Doolittle Holdings Pty Ltd Tavern Licence – 6020019422. Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on a licensed or regulated premises, or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on a licensed or regulated premises.