Perths’ Best Restaurants
From white cloth high end food to comfortable neighbourhood diners, there are a great deal of competitors for Perth’s best restaurant.
Despite what you’re in the state of mind for, one of these spots ought to have you arranged. It’s an intense rundown to limit, however here are the absolute best eateries in Perth.
406 South Terrace, South Fremantle
This brilliant restaurant has teamed exclusively with Fins Seafood, a local supplier who source the freshest sustainably caught seafood. Madalena’s has also fostered strong relationships with local farmers, as well as growing in their own kitchen garden. The menu is fluid, moving with the seasons and the nature of the daily catch.
Basement Corner of St Georges Terrace and Barrack Street, Perth
Inspired by the markets and street food of thailand, Long Chim brings the flavours of modern Bangkok to Perth’s historic state buildings. Meaning “come and taste” in Thai, Long Chim dishes up curries, stir fries, noodles, desserts, snacks, salads and more, all faithfully recreated using recipes researched and fine-tuned by Thai food authority, David Thompson.
43 Pakenham Street, Fremantle
Find hand-shaped, preservative free, daily baked breads, made from organic flours, salt, spices and fruit, and a slow sourdough process. Our hand-built, wood-fired bread ovens, named Hansel and Gretel, are the heart and soul of the bakery and restaurant.
They bake, ferment, pickle and preserve using the best seasonal and local produce available. They choose responsibly sourced seafood and farming practices to reduce their environmental impact and create honest, ethical menus.
1 Cathedral Avenue, Perth
Occupying the stunning rooftop space of COMO The Treasury, Wildflower serves lunch and dinner against a backdrop of sweeping views across the Swan River and city of Perth. Native ingredients play an integral role in their story and menus. The produce and ingredients are sourced from suppliers with a respect for this land.
88 Marine Parade, Cottesloe
An Italian-inspired espresso bar and restaurant. Il Lido (in Italian meaning literally “the beach”) draws on the site’s heritage as the original ‘Lido Cabaret’, which they now look after as our own little slice of Cottesloe history. They are passionate about pasta, wine, coffee and cheese (and almost everything Italian in between!).
Housed in what was once the Lido Cabaret, Il Lido maintains the original tenant’s commitment to a good time through making beauty look easy then putting it in front of you and some people you care about to enjoy. Il Lido turns eating into dining. Espresso grab’n’go worth getting up for, spot-on pastries, dish-defining pasta, sneaky and/or cheeky aperitivo and a wine list that lives and breathes good taste.