Best Pub Meals In Perth

Best Pub Meals In Perth – Whether classic or contemporary, you’ll find the Perth pub atmosphere cozy and comfortable – just like the weather. Poetry by Jocelyn Pride.

In a leafy suburb, this historic pub is one of the best in WA. The spacious Georgian building and grounds are filled with many atmospheric nooks and crannies, including a delightful beer garden and cozy cellar. Breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week with modern Australian style cuisine and a great bar for quick bites and nosh. It is suitable for children and has accommodation on the upper floor. 105 Swan Street, Guildford,

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It is difficult to find a “Sand Mocker” who has not visited the OBC at least once in his life. Overlooking Perth’s famous Cottesloe Beach, it maintains a relaxed atmosphere despite its popularity. The lounge bar is the place to watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean, and the beer garden is especially popular for Sunday gatherings. CBlu has stunning views and serves bistro-style food for breakfast all day, as well as lunch and dinner. 140 Marine Parade, Cottesloe,

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Over a century old and family run corner pub. Inside, it’s all about high ceilings, exposed beams and intimate spaces including a cellar, while outside there’s a large hidden beer garden. With 22 beers on tap, an extensive wine list and an innovative seasonal menu, it’s a popular choice for meetings and events. 368 Oxford Street, Leederville,

This pub lives up to its grand name, the best ‘no frills’ in the UK. A perfect blend of authentic local and stylish space for a special event, there is something for everyone. Whether you’re in an old-world bar, patio, or candlelit dining room, you’ll find good food “done right.” Aged steak is special. There are many craft beers to try and the wine list is one of the best in the world. 72 Outram St, West Perth,

This Freo limestone building dates back to 1887. It has been since then. Located on a stunning corner lot, this is the real deal when it comes to ambiance. Whether you’re in the courtyard, sitting at the bar or in the upstairs room, every millimeter exudes charm and history. The extensive beer list includes over 30 taps and the wine list is impressive as well. The award-winning backyard has a wood smoker and barbecue, and on Sundays there is a picnic table. 47 South Terrace, Fremantle,

The old man is reborn and works. In 1898, the popular corner pub served the local community. Fast forward to this space and even though it’s been completely renovated, the essence of what makes a great local pub is still here. On the menu you’ll find traditional pub fare with a touch of class and there’s a good selection of bottled craft beers. The palm terrace is a great place to relax, and the upstairs comedy area hosts local and international acts with weekly shows. 292 Beaufort Street, Highgate,

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A famous building in Prao, this is another heritage beauty. Beer has been brewed here since the 1980s, before the phrase was coined. Of course, beer is a big deal here, with around 25 taps to sample, and even walls lined with beer memorabilia. There’s plenty in the ‘what’s on’ section of regular festivals and shows. The menu is tapas-style as well as pub favourites, and the Garden Cafe is a great place to sit and relax. 64 South Terrace, Fremantle,

A mix of all the best things about Perth – the beach, seafood, community spirit, o and beer. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it’s the ultimate spot for a sunset meal of fish and chips washed down with a beer or two. A fun place with a strong following. The list includes WA craft beers as well as local wines. 195 Challenger Parade, City Beach (also in Fremantle and Applecross), Whether you’re after fine white cloth dining or a cozy neighborhood restaurant, there are many contenders for Perth’s best restaurant. It’s a tough list to narrow down, especially with new things popping up in town. But no matter what mood you’re in, one of these places should settle you.

From old devotees to new gems on every foodie’s must-try list, here are our picks for the best restaurants in Perth… in no particular order, as this familiar spot is sure to spark plenty of debate.

Brought to you by John Parker – a longtime favorite of The Standard, under the name The Royalandfleur – we hinted that this new addition would deliver, and it did. A stripped-down multi-level bar, kitchen and brewery, Craniope is a shining jewel in the new dining and restaurant space, and well worth the trip if you’re not lucky enough to live nearby. Order a cocktail and cassava chips with salt and vinegar, then get your Insta snaps out of the way before you figure out what other Southeast Asian-inspired dishes to order (trust us, this place is pretty cute).

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This quirky suburban restaurant and bar is a ‘next door’ branch of Olson Family Butchers (you get it) and offers a unique meat-to-plate experience unlike anywhere else in Perth. Yes, the next-level meat selection is pretty predictable… I mean, it’s hard to ignore the flaming open wagyu steak when you walk in. But what you might not expect are the complex dishes that head chef Ashley Pattison and her team find alongside quality cuts. Order one of Perth’s best chef’s table meals at the nearby Fire Grill.

With Si Paradiso in its DNA, it’s no wonder this Italian-style bar-restaurant is popular with Mount Hawthorne’s fine dining. You can choose simple fillings like the Al Pastor Octopus Toast with pineapple chutney and lardo or the epic potato scallops with yuzu cream and caviar, or opt for an elegant plate of handmade pasta. Either way, we recommend washing it down with a few glasses from the European-inspired wine list.

With a Rohan Park-caliber chef at the helm, Old Young’s Kitchen had to be one of the best places to eat in the Swan Valley, even the Dates. With experience working with local Australian ingredients (something he knows well from his time at Fervor) he will no doubt be asked time and time again to create dishes that are tight, contemporary and partner-style. Gray Salted Bush, Samphire, Geraldton’s Wax, Philly Lily, Quandong, etc. everything finds its place on the plates and with the team’s commitment to responsible sourcing, it’s a great way to explore local produce and flavours. Combine the perfect feast with a few tips from the small, light cocktail menu (the wholesome pina colada was our favorite) and you’ll wonder why you don’t visit Swan Valley more often.

Unpredictable, whimsical and opposite the Re Store, on Oxford Street sits Duff, a friendly 20-seat restaurant celebrating the flavors of the night with six courses. They opened last year with a simple concept: choose a 5:45pm or 8pm session, wine pairing or no wine, and the rest is done for you. Chef and owner Pepe changes the menu frequently based on the best seasonal produce and his newest creations, and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

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We were able to hop on a cheap flight and fulfill our dream of dining in Bali. And God, I miss you! Luckily, Will Myrick, owner of the super popular Balinese establishments Sarong and Mama San (the couple’s namesake), is here to make those wishes come true—he’s opened his own place in Leadville, and it’s simply sensational. The menu is filled with authentically flavored dishes inspired by Meyrick’s travels, from small bites to hearty curries, and it’s honestly some of the best food we’ve had all year. Read more about what to expect here.

Brought to us by the same talented team behind Foxtrot Unicorn, New Runis has become Freo’s favorite wine bar thanks to its 250+ bottle list and charming cottage atmosphere. But what really blew us away was the incredible menu from Executive Chef Blaise Young and his all-female kitchen team. From Scott Riff’s delicious Under the Fur Coat and graphic reels to Waggin David’s duck livers and Frio octopus with almonds, blood oranges and basil, you’ll never tire of this menu.

Stunning CBD and river views, world-class service and a top-notch menu make this the pinnacle of Perth dining. Wildflower’s menu responds to the six winter seasons with seasonal flavors. Trusted Chef Matthew Sartori: Come for the full flavor and you’ll agree with us in no time.

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