Cicerellos Henry Liascos
Henry Liascos (pictured on the left with Peter Manifis) knows how to feed and entertain families, couples and tourists alike. He’s proud of Fremantle and enjoys what he calls its “cosmopolitan feel in a village environment.”
Henry goes on to say, “there is always something going on, something to do, it’s a great destination for tourists and the opportunity for meeting interesting people is ever present, especially with the volumes of people that come through our restaurants.”
Henry’s hospitality experience began in 1984 with his first restaurant ‘Stanley’s Seafood Restaurant’ in Adelaide, partnered with his brother Peter.
Later he followed with:
- The North Cottesloe Café at Cottesloe Beach
- The Cookie Factory in Market St, Fremantle
- Cicerello’s Fremantle here at the Harbour
- Cicerello’s Mandurah
- Char Char Bull at the Harbour
- and recently opened Bathers Beach House at Bathers Beach, adjacent to the Fishing Boat Harbour.
“We recently hosted a Perth Fashion Festival Swim + Resort Series Event which took up all of Bathers Beach House and the space between us to Kidogo Art House with a runway all along the boardwalk to the beach.
At Cicerello’s Kids Eat Free every Tuesday and during the summer months we provide free kids entertainment, including face painting and a blow up water slide on Mews Park, right next to the restaurant.
The Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour adds a great dimension to Fremantle. It has a rich maritime history being the original centre for the fishing industry, including Bathers Beach where the first settlers landed. I’m proud to be involved in businesses in both these areas and do my best to promote Fremantle as a Discover Destination for locals as well as tourists.”