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Find flavour-packed Oriental dishes and alluring elixirs in an intimate setting at new venue on the Perth block, Modu Bar & Kitchen on Sherwood Court. Taking its namesake and inspiration from the city of Shanghai – which is known as Modu or the ‘City of Sins’ – this moody, emerald-hued restaurant and bar is perfect for casual drinks, date night dinners and special functions.

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Why should you drop in for a meal at Modu Bar & Kitchen? Here are three good reasons:

What’s your most popular dish/drink:

Our tender Peking duck breast, wrapped in crispy nori taco shells with caramelised pear hoisin sauce; or our charcuterie board, featuring in-house cured meat such as smoked prosciutto, duck pancetta, torched pork pancetta and duck liver paté, with plum jelly, served with crackers and dipping mousse.

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What's your point of difference:

What sets us apart is that our venue features live music after sunset from Wednesday to Saturday. We also have a whisky keep locker/cabinet that allows patrons to keep their purchased bottle for their next visit, complete with their name laser-etched on the front.

What is a fun fact that not many people know about the restaurant?

What is special about our team is that we in general represent Modu culture, where as Asian-Australians our great-grandparents migrated from China - that culture was an important element growing up.

A lot of Modu dishes are inspired from what we were comfortable with growing up - recipes passed down from older generations and crockery inspired from childhood memories for example.
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