may be famous for Cable Beach
– hailed as one of most beautiful beaches on Earth – but this town will also send your tastebuds soaring!
You’ll be spoilt for choice, with plenty of world-class epicurean delights on offer and a host of bars and clubs to boogie the night away.
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Dining out in Broome
igenous delicacies, such as pearl meat and barramundi, visit the
swanky Club Restaurant at Cable Beach Resort
. Here, you can feast on prime Harvey grain-fed beef and fresh local seafood with a tropical twist. The sophisticated interior is dotted with original paintings by artists such as Sir Sydney Nolan and Elizabeth Durack.
At Cable Beach Resort you'll also find the Sunset Bar and Café, where you can kick back and enjoy a casual cocktail over a fiery Broome sunset.
Noodlefish restaurant is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. The ever-changing menu of Asian-inspired dishes is revered for its array of innovative, fresh flavours.
The Mediterranean meets tropical Broome at Café Carlotta, where you can devour a wood-fired pizza or authentic pasta under the stars.
The Aarli Bar is a popular Asian-inspired restaurant located in the heart of Broome. Patrons can dine on a choice of 20 small plates of Asian tapas for lunch and dinner or drop in for its big brekky serves.
Named in honour of Broome’s famous pearl oysters, Selene
is a luxury resort restaurant nestled beside Cable Beach. Tuck into hot and cold mezze dishes and a small but perfectly formed mains menu.
Matso's Café and Brewery
is renowned for having the best view in town. The eatery is housed in a classic Broome abode with a wraparound verandah. Marvel at the views over Roebuck Bay
and enjoy a locally-brewed ale.
Mangrove Resort hotel is home to a bustling beer garden, complete with
tdoor bar and icy cold beer.
If you want to kick on after the sun goes down, Broome's raging pub is the Roebuck Bay Hotel
. Here, you'll find happy hour and live entertainment, including garage bands.
To dance the night away, head to Chinatown
- home to nightclubs The Nippon Inn and Tokyo Joes.
Broome's Cable Beach is arguably Western Australia's most famous coastal paradise, drawing visitors back time and again. View More