The Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Perth

Updated 2 months ago


For some of us, the best part about birthdays, anniversaries and other celebrations is the excuse to splurge at a top-tier restaurant. Even if that’s not you, almost everyone can appreciate the experience of settling around a table to enjoy the company of friends and family for hours while all your whims are catered for. Interstate and international exports like Rockpool and Nobu always offer a classy time. But home-grown establishments such as Balthazar and Wildflower are equally worth your time. For your next special occasion, book a table at one of these spots, curated by Broadsheet’s expert food and drink editors.

  • COMO The Treasury's rooftop restaurant showcases native ingredients and commanding views of the city skyline.

  • Like the restaurant of the same name in New York, this one has an X-factor that's kept it relevant after two decades.

  • Neil Perry's temple to steak is fancy without being too intimidating for less-than-adventurous eaters.

  • 30 seats. Seven sublime courses for $65. It's no wonder this one is always booked out months in advance.

  • Two beautiful private dining rooms and a kitchen equally adept at both mod Oz magic and health-minded cooking.

  • Fleur refuses to be pigeonholed. Take the French name, Japanese-ish food, and native produce. But what’s certain is that this one of Perth’s most exciting restaurants – with intricate cooking and excellent dishes.

  • You'll feel like a million bucks seated in this $10 million fit-out, eating sharp, regional Chinese fare.

  • Accomplished Japanese with a Peruvian bent (aka nikkei cuisine).

  • For a truly special night, opt for the seven-course omakase ("chef's selection").

  • A glamorous, old-school wine bar and restaurant in the heart of Northbridge.

  • An Italian restaurant that pays respect to fine dining traditions, dessert trolley and all.

  • The Ritz-Carlton's signature restaurant uses smoke and fire to celebrate pristine West Australian ingredients.