Best Pasta in Perth

Updated 10 months ago


There are few things more comforting than a delicious bowl of pasta. With its longstanding Italian community and commitment to good food, Perth serves up some excellent spaghetti, fettuccine, tortellini and ravioli.

From age-old ristorantes that have mastered the classics to next-gen kitchens creating tomorrow’s, here are Perth's best places to kick (and fulfill) your pasta cravings.

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  • An intimate, open-plan restaurant where you can see it all happening.

  • The Italian government says you should eat here.

  • Grab an Aperol Spritz, watch the waves and pretend you're on the Amalfi coast.

  • An impressive WA spin on Italian cuisine.

  • Celebrating the art of handmade pasta.

  • This cafe-restaurant roasts its own coffee in-house and serves Italian-style dishes based on family recipes.

  • Superb wood-fired pizza is just the start at this suburban diner.

  • A cosy 60-seat Italian wine bar and restaurant from the Monsterella crew.

  • This spacious William Street wine bar with an outdoor spritz garden serves up Italian wine and house-made pasta.

  • There’s no shortcuts at this Italian stronghold.

  • Inside COMO at the Treasury, this bright, all-day restaurant is serving upmarket breakfasts and crowd-pleasing Italian fare with plenty of twists. Also, an Italian-heavy wine list and classic cocktails.

  • An elegant Australian steak restaurant championing sustainable, grass-fed beef sourced from the likes of Blackmore Wagyu and Cape Grim. Various cuts are dry-aged in house, enhanced by a selection of classic sides, raw seafood and pasta. There's also a tome-like wine list to rival any in the country.

  • This dedicated pasta shop and deli feels more like it’s in Tuscany than Cottesloe. Go for Roman-style pizza, superb conti rolls, fresh-made pasta and produce from WA's southwest. As for drinks? An espresso or chinotto wouldn’t go astray.

  • A breezy all-day diner at the redeveloped Leederville Hotel. Fuel up on grilled shish-style skewers, cuisine-crossing share plates, and wines from a free-wheeling list of fun and approachable drops.

  • Combine a diet-conscious naturopath with a Sicilian pasta master, and you get Tommy Sugo.

  • 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.