A world-class food and wine destination.
There’s nothing quite like dining under a balmy night sky or beside an Indian Ocean sunset at Perth’s restaurants and wineries. Classy contemporary, or funky and quirky, Perth presents an extensive menu for coffee, breakfast, lunch and dinner, with modern European and east-meets-west fusions, succulent seafood and the finest fresh and organic local produce paired with an exquisite premium wine list.
Fine dining in Perth
The Australian Good Food and Travel Guide has awarded their highly-prized Chefs Hats to many of Perth’s top-notch restaurants and chefs, recognising their commitment to exceptional quality and imaginative cuisine. You’ll find these chic eats in the CBD and East and West Perth, as well as the trendy inner city enclaves of Nedlands, Mount Lawley, Mount Hawthorn and Burswood, plus the Swan Valley and Perth Hills beyond.
Browse the latest award winners on the Australian Good Food & Travel Guide website.
Perth’s small bar scene
The hidden lanes of Perth city have experienced a cultural awakening, with a growing small bar scene offering divine European-style dining options to impress well-travelled foodies and culture vultures.
Perth views to dine for
From city to surf, there are a number of Perth restaurants that offer tables with breathtaking million-dollar views of Perth city, the Swan River, Indian Ocean sunsets or even all three. Prime spots include Kings Park, Perth, South Perth and Cottesloe.
Feasting in Fremantle
Take in the best preserved example of a 19th century port streetscape and yesteryear ambience as you feast on the vibrant flavours of Fremantle. Chill out with a coffee on the Cappuccino Strip. Grab some beery bites at the microbreweries. Enjoy the lively vibe and heritage of Fremantle’s many colonial pubs. Or tuck into some fish and chips, fresh off the boat in the Fishing Harbour.