Suzie Wong is stamped all over the Asian-inspired menu here, but it’s the hanging yum cha which has garnered all the attention down East Freo way, making for an exotic Hong Kong Sunday brunch feel without the humidity.

Tropical greenery and sweeping views form the backdrop to crispy duck shanks and sugar cane prawns, while tea-based cocktails are poured from hanging cast teapots. Just watch out for the exploding golden egg – a soft boiled, deep-fried little number which calls for deft use of the chopsticks if you don’t want to end up with egg on your face.