It’s been on my agenda for sometime to visit Missy Moos in Fremantle so I visited with my family, my sister and some of her work colleagues. It came highly recommended by our neighbour who takes her grandchildren there everytime they visit Perth, not to mention the many reviews in local papers. Located metres from Wilson Park and the South Beach, Missy Moos Gourmet Burger Bar serves unique burger combinations. There is a Children’s Nursery Rhyme theme throughout; the roof is graced with old Nursery Rhyme LP covers, some I can recall from my childhood years and the menu items are all named after nursery rhymes like Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty etc. The children’s theme even continued with our table number – a children’s toy train. The decor colour scheme is black and bright orange and there’s a retro arcade machine game just inside the door. There’s seating inside, 2 tables outside and children’s highchairs too.
Most of us chose The Cow Jumped over the Moon Burger ($13.50) which consisted of a WA lean beef pattie, blue cheese, crispy prosciutto, baby spinach, aioli and Margaret River tomato relish. If you’re a blue cheese lover then this is the burger for you! The strong, full on flavour hits you on your first bite. I thought it was a little too overpowering to enjoy the other burger flavours but my other dining companions disagreed and thought it was fantastic. The burger was quite large and incredibly filling.
The only other burger ordered was the Missy Moo Beef Burger ($10.50) consisting of WA beef pattie, tomato, baby spinach, aioli and Margaret River tomato relish. It passed the two thumbs up from my burger boy (aka hubby!) who was rather quiet whilst it was quickly polished off.
We also ordered some Chunky Chips ($3.50) with Aioli ($1 extra) which were cooked in cottonseed oil, making them golden in colour, crunchy but still soft on the inside.
Smooth and creamy Chocolate and Strawberry Milkshakes ($6) drinks were ordered too.
Missy Moos is a great burger bar with friendly staff. There is limited seating which can be difficult in busy times but it’s very child friendly – they’ll even display your child’s art work on their counter wall. Next time you’re down in Fremantle, pop in for a bite – you wont be disappointed.
400 South Terrace
South Fremantle 6162