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Updated by Joanna James on Jun 23, 2019
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Best Restaurants in Perth Australia – Perth's Finest Eateries

Perth is the largest city in Western Australia and has a thriving culture when it comes to the arts and especially music. The city is also a complete foodie's haven.



Situated within the COMO The Treasury, Perth, this one of the most unique Perth restaurants. It defines itself as a 'neo-bistro' and serves a unique selection of dishes incorporating fresh ingredients from the region. The restaurant's chef, Kim Brennan, is a seasoned veteran who had worked with celebrity chef Peter Kuruvita. The restaurant's menus are ever-revolving to complement the seasons and the ingredients that are available as a result of them.


The Flour Factory

This restaurant has received critical acclaim ever since its inception for its food, presentation and service. The range of cuisine to be experienced here is massive since the establishment operates as a bakery and a restaurant. The prior section contains everything from macaroons, cupcakes, doughnuts and shredded beef buns that are a one of The Flour Factory's signature dishes. Their means include everything from hot-dogs and pizzas to premium offerings including items such as Wagyu Beef and Caramelised Goat's Cheese.


No Mafia

If you desire Italian food, this is one of the most celebrated and popular restaurants in Perth, and it's also a functioning wine bar. In addition to serving iconic Italian cuisine, have some fusion dishes too such as their Italian-inspired take on nachos. The wine at the restaurant is also made in-house and in addition to their iconic food is also a highly renowned commodity. In addition to the critically acclaimed food, many would tell you that the best part about this restaurant is the service, since the staff has a reputation for making people feel at home instantly.


Toastface Grillah

This is definitely one of the most unique and eccentric eateries available in Perth. The name is a reference to the rapper of the popular hi-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. The eatery specialises in toasties, and has an incredible variety of them containing a range of indulgent fillings that are all loaded with cheese. The restaurant is known to be constantly playing gangster-rap but its all part of its unique corporate identity. The restaurant is easily identifiable with its mascot spray wanted on the entire wall like a massive urban fresco. The restaurant has some very interesting sweet toasties as well with fillings such as caramelised pear and blue cheese in toasted cinnamon bread.



For delectable Spanish food, this is one of the most recommended hotspots to go to. The goal of Andaluz is to serve both modern and traditional food with a dash of Spanish influences because of the founder's Spanish heritage. The menu includes a diverse range of offerings from tapas to expertly prepared and extravagant main courses. The cocktails and alcoholic beverages of the restaurant are also very popular, including their popular Sangria. The desserts at Andaluz are unique and daring, featuring items such as caramel fudge with chilli salt. It's unique range of food and attentive service has made it one of the most essential eateries in Perth.

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