Mates Ian Fletcher and Scott Simpson will be serving burgers, bites and beer at Greenhorns in the new Raine Square dining precinct.
MATES Ian Fletcher and Scott Simpson have come a long way since selling fish and chips at festivals around Perth.
The duo will start serving burgers made from WA produce and local beers at their new venture Greenhorns, which is part of the offerings at the new Raine Square dining precinct.
“We worked together at a restaurant and used to go to all the festivals,” Fletcher, the chef, said.
“We were fed up with paying $15 for food and it not being good, so we decided to do it well with WA produce.”
Fletcher is English and Simpson Scottish, so they started as a fish and chip stall and adapted to offer Californian-style food.
They moved on from the food stalls to launch Greenhorns Deli in the Rio Tinto building and have partnered with Feral Brewing Company to serve local beer with burgers and bites at Raine Square.
“We’ve got food that pairs with beers and we’ve got lots of vegan and glutenfree options,” Fletcher, of Joondanna, said.
“I used to come here (to Raine Square) before and when we heard it was being redeveloped we looked into it.
“It’s a great location with the stadium, Perth Arena and Yagan Square nearby and the cinema upstairs.”
Ian Fletcher and Scott Simpson are co-owners of Greenhorns in the Raine Square development.