• 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.

  • A Mauritian-Chinese dumpling kitchen from Masterchef alumnus Brendan Pang, set in an Airstream.

  • Wagyu bresaola, handmade pasta, lo-fi wines and the "Freo doctor" make a charming combo at this wine bar, which is from the team behind No Mafia and Balthazar.

  • 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 buzzing chicken shop – from the founder of Short Order Burger Co – offers chicken tenders for both meat-eaters and vegans. Come early for the signature chicken skin sandwich – it sells out fast.

  • 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.

  • This airy sandwich spot in an 1890s heritage-listed space does cool remixes of classic sandwiches including conti rolls, chicken-schnitty subs and an ode to the Sausage McMuffin.

  • An all-Italian coffee roaster named after the most venerated of beans.

  • This gallery’s cafe is a destination in itself.

  • An expansive bakery and all-day eatery from the team behind Little Creatures.


  • A luxe neighbourhood bar with inventive cocktails.

  • A reliable bet for sipping and snacking after sundown in Fremantle. Here you’ll find slick decor, a solid tapas-style menu, and a weighty cocktail and spirits list.

  • With lo-fi wines, small bites, DJs and local wines, this bar is the backdrop for an effortlessly cool, distinctly Fremantle afternoon.

  • It doesn’t get more waterfront than this. Nab a perch in this beautiful 120-person space and enjoy sharp cocktails, comforting Mediterranean cooking and vistas of the Swan River.

  • 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.

  • Soak up this restored cottage’s old-world splendour, then dive into an extensive wine list and high-flavour snacking including pies, tasty-things-on-bread and monkfish “under a fur coat”.


  • This converted warehouse is now home to a handful of small businesses, including a cafe, co-working space, artist studio, skincare brand, risograph printer, pottery studio and plant store.

  • Prepare yourself for outlandish flavours such as rosemary and olive oil; and chicken-salt fries and white chocolate (that’s one flavour).

  • Sourdough devotees, assemble.

  • Good luck leaving this furniture and homewares store empty-handed.

  • Perth’s best collection of spices, grains, nuts and other pantry essentials.

  • Vinyl, CDs and instruments sold by music insiders.