Time Out says
It’s modern and airy in the daytime, but when night falls Strange Company has an altogether moodier atmosphere that befits its location
Freo’s status as a port city has always given it a grittier feel than Perth. While that may have been a disadvantage in the past, it’s now a real asset. The side streets away from the South Terrace are seeing a resurgence of cafés, bars and independent retailers. Strange Company, like its near neighbour Bread in Common, is one of the best examples of Freo’s indie spirit. It’s a place to find the best of WA’s wines, everything from Margaret River’s founding wineries like Cullen Wines and Leeuwin Estate to newer names like LAS Vino, Blind Corner and the Great Southern’s La Violetta. The list stretches further afield with choice picks from the Yarra Valley, Barossa and Adelaide Hills; taking the jump to a small selection of French wine and of course, Champagnes. The menu works perfectly for the wine drinker with light bites that keep you grazing and drinking.