The Tav

Traditional and Smokehouse menu


The Tav has been a fixture of Curtin life for decades.  Sit down and relax with friends and soak up the unique social atmosphere. Check out the bar named after a former Vice Chancellor.

Our wide menu includes burgers, make your own poutine, our famouos chicken parmi, vegetarian or a taste of smokehouse.
 
Download our NEW menu here!

After something light or to share with friends?  

Download our NEW snack menu here  




$12 daily specials with middy available now
10am to 3pm
house beer and cider

*upgrade to any other tap for $1.20    

MONDAY
Cheeseburger and fries
TUESDAY    
Hotdog and fries
WEDNESDAY
Fisherman's basket
THURSDAY 
Schnitzel and fries
FRIDAY  
Brisket roll and fries

Happy Hour

Monday to Thursday during semester and Friday all year
4pm to 5pm
$2.50 middys (house beer/cider)



Functions & 21st birthdays

The Tavern is a flexible venue for functions of all sizes.

Download theTav function menu here

Download our application form here

Movie Nights

If you'd like more information about organising a club movie night check out our 
movies at The Tav page.

What's On

JUKEBOX MONDAY
Pick your playlist for FREE

TRIVIA NIGHT TUESDAY
Test your skills young Einsteins.  5pm to 8pm. Free team nachos. Win bar cards and jugs. (Teaching weeks only)   

KARAOKE WEDNESDAY
 20 August, 18 September, 20 October. Karaoke 5pm to 9pm
. FREE ENTRY.

COMEDY MIC FRIDAY
25 August, 13 October  FREE ENTRY


Opening Hours


Teaching Weeks
Monday 10am 7pm
Tuesday 10am to 8.30pm
Wednesday 10am-8pm or later during events
Thursday 10am to 8pm
Friday 10am to 9pm or later during events

Non teaching weeks
Monday to Thursday 10am to 3.30pm
Friday 10am to 5.30pm 
 

      

Where we are
Building 106C, Guild Precinct
Phone (Kitchen): (08) 9266 7491
Phone (Office): (08) 9266 2904
Email: tavmanager@guild.curtin.edu.au




 
6090038885 - LIQ-Special Facility Licence - Curtin Student Guild Tavern - Curtin University, Bentley Campus - Kent Street BENTLEY WA 6102 - 0892662904 - Licensee: Curtin Student Guild
WARNING
Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence:
• to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or
• for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.