This charming 50-seater trades in retro Aussie-style pizzas, Italian small plates and a tight drinks list packed with value and deliciousness. Plus, a regional American style of pizza with limited servings per day.
The compact, thoughtful menu features Balinese dishes and drinks the owners grew up with, as well as a handful of Indonesian comfort classics that might include a sweet black rice pudding, fried chicken with a fiery salad, and mackerel dumplings.
The third location in this popular arcade-bar chain employs the same winning formula: vintage arcade games, NY-style pizza and easy-going cocktails. But this spot also has an outdoor courtyard, unlike its predeccessors.
Italian food isn’t hard to find in Fremantle, but you might miss one of its tastiest touchstones if you don’t know where to look. This fourth-generation, family-run restaurant serves piping hot plates of spaghetti and nostalgia.
This pitch-perfect homage to Japanese kissatens (coffee shops) serves homely curries, soups, hotpot and okonomiyaki, plus matcha cheesecakes, hojicha crème caramels, and – best of all – Japanese-style breakfasts.
The WA brewery’s first venue in the state is set within the iconic A Shed on the Walyalup waterfront. Stop in for brewery exclusives, rotating guest taps and a coastal-inspired menu of lobster rolls, swordfish schnitzel and grilled-kingfish tacos.