Average à la carte price
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
- AU$8.00Glass of champagne
- AU$110.00Bottle of champagne
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.
How to get to the restaurant Tonic & Ginger
How to get there?
- Specific directions to get thereWe're located on the corner of South Terrace and Parry Street, Fremantle. Entry to the restaurant is through the entrance on Parry Street. The Restaurant is located within the Old Synagogue building.
- Car park We have several public car parks surrounding the venue. See Car Park Loc 61, Loc 16, Loc 10 https://www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/visit/parking-fremantle/where-park#Locations
Monday - Thursday 5.30pm to 10pm
Friday - Sunday 12.00pm to 10pm
Friday - Sunday 12.00pm to 10pm
- Amex Welcome , Mastercard , Visa
- Air-conditioning , Bar , Cocktail
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
Tony B.(1 review)
- Meal date : 25 Jan 2020
We loved it! The staff were amazing and in control on a very busy night. Their knowledge of the food was excellent. We had the $54.00 feed plate each and the servings were very good and the food amazing. The baked whole baby snapper was something else. Can’t wait to go back
- Meal date : 22 Jan 2020
Had the dumplings and spring rolls as a starter. The dumpling wrappers were chewy and needed to be steamed longed. Tiny fillings were a disappointment. The chicken spring rolls lacked any flavour and the wrappers held onto the oil they had been fried in. We were seated at one of the leather benches and chair. If you sit at the bench, you’ll find the table at chest height- not comfortable for eating. If you sit on the chair, you’ll find you’re in the way of anyone moving behind you. This was our second visit to the synagogue, it will suit some to the nth degree. Unfortunately on both occasions we were really disappointed with the food and the too loud choice of music. There are much better places to dine in Freo with a better atmosphere and food. It has a pub feel with pub food.
Rehana K.(1 review)
- Meal date : 19 Jan 2020
Beautiful space and atmosphere. Beef tataki was delicious, quite vinegary with a bit of spice that builds. The barramundi collar had the most awful smell but tasted nice and spicy and the flesh was tender.
- Meal date : 16 Jan 2020
Food was innovative well presented and delicious. The white wine list needs work and we unfortunately chose a Chardy which was one of the more expensive on the list but turned out to be very ordinary
- Meal date : 14 Jan 2020
We are two retired couples who found this restaurant disappointing in several areas. The menu was very difficult to read and in some cases to understand without asking many questions. One dish served, to our horror, was raw meat! The long brown soft leather lounges were not suited to comfortable table dining. The room was full of patrons and very noisy. BYO is not available and the wines were VERY expensive..This restaurant is perhaps more suited to younger working folk looking for a "different" dining experience and who are happy to share dishes as is recommended.
- Meal date : 12 Jan 2020
Food service and ambiance absolutely 5 star!!!! Our waiter was very efficient and helpful with menu choice. The food was very well presented and the taste fabulous. thoroughly enjoyed our lunch!
Kit C.(1 review)
- Meal date : 8 Jan 2020
Have been here twice and each time the food has been a taste sensation. Staff attentive without being intrusive. The decor is funky and just gorgeous. Food prices very reasonable indeed. A terrific and welcome addition to the Freo restaurant scene.
Natalie P.(1 review)
- Meal date : 5 Jan 2020
Food was delicious, well presented and most quite generous. Staff were attentive and friendly. Decor was great. Will definitely be going again.