Teo Degas Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Shop 5g/ 95 Barrack St,
Perth, Western Australia 6000
(08) 9325 3532

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Hours   
   Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 21:00
   Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 22:00
   Sun: 11:00 - 21:00




Pepper Lunch on Urbanspoon Centrally located in Barrack Street, in an area that has become popular with little funky Japanese and Korean  eateries, Pepper Lunch is a nice fast food restaurant that serves Japanese fast food - simple, tasty, healthy, fun to cook, and good-priced.  

The place is very clean and functional, still very pleasant, and attracts an eclectic group of people. The system works like this:
- You get an iron dish, that is really hot, with the food you order.
- You mix everything and allow the food to cook on the dish stirring it.
- You wait a few minutes for the food to cool down.

- You eat it. 
There are steak dishes, in which you get the meat/fish of your selection (beef, chicken, burger, salmon, or a combo) mixed with veggies and bean sprouts. Otherwise, you have kimchi or curry dishes arranged in a similar fashion but rice-based.

The selection of drinks is very limited, just a few drinks from the fridge, plus miso soup.


The staff are lovely, very friendly, and serve your fast. They have a menu with photographs, which also specifies which dishes are hot, so you know what you are ordering and what you are going to get.

Pepper lunch is a bit pricey for fast food, with prices going from 9-17 bucks, still very cheap, and you know what you are putting in your mouth.

Pepper Lunch is nothing to rave about, but it is a nice place with healthier food than traditional fast food (unless you choose the burgers), and attractive enough to return or drop by any time, as it is open ever day of the week from brunch to late dinner.


Location - 7/10
Layout - 6/10
Ambience - 5.5/10
Food - 6/10
Drinks - 4/10
Service 7/10

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