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You'll find earthy cooking in the dining room; counter meals and snacks in the pub; and vegetables, fruit and honey in the backyard.
Taking its cues from Parisian and New York City bistros, this neighbourhood wine bar and restaurant brings a fresh take on French food and wine to Beaufort Street.
Ambitious cooking and classy drinks at the Royal Hotel’s 45-seat dining room.
A “nuovo Italo-Australian” space offering all-day drinking, dining and dancing.
A seven-course Japanese feast worth the three-month wait.
The building might be old, but there’s nothing fusty about the fare at this Australian restaurant.
An urbane, polished restaurant flying the flag for fine dining.
At this diner, a journalist-turned-chef is using techniques he learned at Copenhagen's renowned Noma to make fantastic Nashville-style hot fried chicken.
A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sibling to the award-winning Cottesloe bakery, North Street Store.
This breezy space has a killer wine list and a menu that leans into familiar Italian favourites.
This is one of the few Australian bakeries milling its own flour. Come for single-origin loaves, sweet pastries and vegemite scrolls, sandwiches, and coffee by Five senses.
Melbourne chef Guy Grossi lands in Perth with dishes inspired by Rome.
Greece is the word.
An impressive WA spin on Italian cuisine.
A neighbourhood wine bar and bottle shop serving natural, organically farmed wines and satisfying Mediterranean food.
Southern American barbeque makes it further south than usual.
An ambitious “fast and furious” eatery inside The Rechabite.
Celebrating the art of handmade pasta.
The chef behind a much-loved food truck opens a casual Mexican restaurant offering imaginative tacos, ceviche and fun drinks.
The kitchen only cooks West Australian ingredients, all the soft drinks are house-made, and the menu leans hard into Eastern European food culture.
Rottnest Island/Wadjemup's first luxury hotel has lagoon-like pools and beachside dining.
Farm-to-table-focused Mediterranean overlooking the ocean.
Tim Willing's second cafe serves Willing Coffee's in-house blend alongside house-baked croissants.
A casual neighbourhood bar and bottle shop serving Mediterranean small plates and natural wines. And, no, that’s not a typo in the name.
A bar and eatery bringing Mexican street life to the heart of Beaufort Street.
A Mauritian-Chinese dumpling kitchen from Masterchef alumnus Brendan Pang, set in an Airstream.
A sprawling neighbourhood bar, bottle shop and kitchen with an uncompromising focus on small producers.
If you like no holds-barred, bombastic brunches, Architects and Heroes will get a big tick. Plus, it's underpinned by a serious commitment to high-quality coffee.
The Northbridge burger success story has come to Beaufort Street.
A cosy watering hole serving great drinks, a 10-cheese toasted sandwich and an easygoing vibe.
Australia’s largest cheese room. And now you can get products originally only available wholesale.
A cosy 60-seat Italian wine bar and restaurant from the Monsterella crew.
Spanish food and wine, plus a ’60s surf-rock vibe.
A restaurant, specialty liquor store and bar from the team behind Mary Street Bakery.
Come for the views of the Indian Ocean, stay for the superior Gaelic drinks and traditional pub aesthetic.
Japanese takeaway by day; an omakase bargain by night.
A simple sandwich shop from the duo behind May Street Larder.
The Bangkok Jump Street crew has a permanent home in one of Perth's Asian dining hot spots.
A fire-fuelled restaurant going back to basics.
A cafe, bar and events space in the CBD's historic Moana Chambers.
A fun and approachable restaurant serving spins on Middle Eastern classics from a well-established hospo duo. Plus, it’s pink.
A classic neighbourhood corner store with freshly baked bread and a Mediterranean-style menu.
This cafe-restaurant roasts its own coffee in-house and serves Italian-style dishes based on family recipes.
The Leederville cafe expands west with a bigger menu and BYO dinners in the back half of the week.
A city bunker where you can escape to the ‘50s.
A casual dining concept from the team behind Nolita and La Lola.
The ambitious 900-person venue serves craft beers plus barbeque and American diner food.
A shopping hub that champions local craftspeople.
This two-storey space can hold 725 guests and serves contemporary food and drinks.
Bagels in a bike shop.