Dining like a Flintstone

LAVA STONE, Mt Lawley:

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, experienced it all and done it all; and when you think the local dining scene has become somewhat complacent, perhaps even arrogant, then along comes a new concept in dining – one that makes you wonder about the Stone Age town of Bedrock, and if the Flintstones will be joining you for dinner tonight.

Fred and Wilma Flintstone may take a rain-check but be rest assured that you are in for a unique and interactive dining experience at Lava Stone Grill; the meals are served on heated natural volcanic stones, chosen for their high heat retention, and prepared in a purpose built “stonegrill” oven.

The heated volcanic stones are then presented at the table where you simply turn your selection over, cut and side-lay a portion or two, allowing these to sear and cook to your liking whether that be rare, medium or well-done. Your selection remains hot and enjoyable, as the natural volcanic stone retains a prime cooking temperature for 30 minutes, allowing you to eat at leisure, with every bite as hot and delicious as the first, and always fresh off the “grill”.

Hardy Chang, owner-operator of Lava Stone Grill, is excited to bring the originality and the authentic flavours of the “stonegrill” to Perth. “There really isn’t anything like it here on the West Coast”.

The high temperatures of the volcanic stone, which comes in a protective ceramic tray, sears the meat perfectly; locking in the natural juices and nutrients while enhancing the flavours and tenderness of the food. Using no fats or oils, the “stonegrill” is a healthy alternative giving off a distinct natural flavour, not achieved through conventional cooking methods.

Lava Stone Grill is the perfect destination for your next function or night out. With or without the Flintstones, you’re in for a unique and interactive dining experience that is sure to keep mouths talking for some time to come.

Open 6 night a week.


Lava Stone Grill
155 Walcott Street, Mt Lawley
Ph: 9328 6669


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