Top Perth Restaurants
These top Perth restaurants are worth a visit if you can’t decide between a pizza place, bar or café next time you are dining out in the city.
Little Way, Nedlands
Highlights at this café and bar must be the grilled halloumi salad and the crispy za’atar prawns, although anything you order will be tasty, simple, straightforward and tasty.
Chin Grish, Victoria Park
A great atmosphere and a mixture of Japanese, Korean and Chinese flavours are features of this latest restaurant to open in the Victoria Park area.
Meat Candy, Northbridge
The range of smoked meats, delicious fried chicken, and some wonderful bloody Mary cocktails mean this may become your new regular place, especially given its convenient location close to the offices of the Urban List.
Many customers will tell you the rack of crushed lamb is a highlight at this new Italian place in Belmont. However, some of the other main dishes have been received favourably too, as well as some great pizzas and unforgettable desserts.
North Beach Deli, North Beach
The great views, as well as the wonderful meals, are still a good reason to visit what was once the Soda Café. However, this renovated café is now the place to go if you are looking for a deli offering ready-made meals, salads, freshly baked bread and a wonderful selection of cheeses and meats.
Three Sisters, Leederville
If you are a vegetarian or vegan, you may want to head for this pretty pho restaurant, which also attracts diners with its greenery and natural lighting. Enoki, tofu, shitaki and goji berries are all features of the vegan pho, although you can order traditional pho dishes too.
Roma Cucina, Fremantle
You may find that you are treated like family at this well-established restaurant that has been serving up delicious Italian fare for over 60 years. Serving delicious food is clearly a priority of the next generation of the family who has recently taken it over.
Chilli Panda, Northbridge
As the name suggests, chili features strongly on the menu at this attractive and modern style Chinese restaurant. Not exactly what you might expect to find in a Northbridge Chinese restaurant.
If you eat at the first really authentic tapas place in the city during happy hour, you can enjoy paying just $3.50 for a pony of Estrella Damm, and $1 for a pintxo.
Angel Falls Grill, Perth
If you are in the Shafto Lane area and have the urge for some tasty meats that have been slow cooked, make your way to the first Venezuelan restaurant in the city.
Park and Vine, City Beach
The food is great here, as you would expect when the chef once worked at the Standard. However, it’s a great atmosphere as well as the food, and this feels like a real local spot where everyone knows everyone else.