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best places to eat in perth cbd

Best places to eat in perth cbd

Say hello to Autumn in Perth City at Ivy & Jack! Enjoy flavoursome fresh dishes showcasing the best fresh produce Western Australia has to offer. Carefully crafted, our rustic dishes are cooked with passion and love.
The modern twist we have on classics is what makes us one of the most loved restaurants in Perth City.
So join us for a delicious feast, shared nibbles with friends or even a quick bite during your lunch break in Perth CBD.

SEASONAL MENUS

Seasons change. Styles evolve. Tastes mature. Nothing stays the same forever.
So why should a menu?
At Ivy & Jack our menus are changed regularly incorporate the best local ingredients of the season and to ensure we are always keeping things fresh and fun!
This summer we are all about our shared dishes, cheese platters and grazing boards (of course alongside all the pub favourites).

THE EXPERIENCE

We have five senses. And each influence how we enjoy what we eat.
The atmosphere of Ivy & Jack is what draws the crowds, the warm greeting from our friendly employees to the central location, escape to Ivy & Jack and turn an evening into an event with a fabulous dinner in Perth CBD.
At Ivy & Jack we do more than just good food, it’s about the whole experience.

Best places to eat in perth cbd

The shift in partnership has resulted in a welcome change to Balthazar. It’s out with the white linen tablecloths and in with the wood and leather from team No Mafia and the menu is seriously next level. Rest assured, you can still get Bread In Common treats with house butter.

Sitting pretty down at Elizabeth Quay, it’s not just the views that will have your heart racing at The Reveley. Start your visit off with one of their delicious cocktails to get your taste buds flowing. Then, it’s a tough decision between all the drool-worthy dishes os go with the Chef's Table menu and try a bit of everything.

Hadiqa is your answer to innovative, refined Middle-Eastern dining. Head here for a Friday night drink sesh after work and you’ll surely score brownie points with your colleagues. From the decor to the food and drinks, everything has been carefully curated to give you a taste of Moroccan luxury. Round up your mates and order one of their spritz trees—nine spritzes with all the best mixers you could ever dream of.

While the Print Hall combo is old news, the food coming out of it certainly isn’t. Apple Daily is still going very strong. If it’s been a while, here’s a refresher—it’s a little less south-east fusion and a little more collaborative Asian affair with additions from Korea, Japan and India popping up on the menu. But don’t worry, the old classics are still there. We’re talking pulled pork pancakes with Asian slaw, snapper dumplings with a tom kha broth and drunken noodles with prawn, chicken and Thai basil.

Hadiqa

Long gone are the days of St George’s Terrace looking more like a scene out of The Walking Dead at 4 pm on a Wednesday and thank goodness for that. There are so many amazing restaurants in Perth’s CBD these days and that it's hard to keep up. Sometimes life calls for cheap, cheerful and BYO, and sometimes it calls for a little lavishness. These are the latter.

If you’ve been treating The Flour Factory like a bar instead of a restaurant you’ve been doing it wrong. Yes, the gin bar is the best thing to happen to Friday after-work drinks in a long while, but once you try the food, you’ll be so swept up in how the chef can make potatoes taste and look so good, you’ll wish they were listed on the ASX so you could buy-in .

Is our obsession with the State Buildings obvious yet? This is fancy opulence in its most justifiable form. Normally our hearts would melt at the words gnocchi, but at Post, we struggle to go past the orecchiette. Pretty much everything on the modern Italian menu showcases local purveyors and the wonderfulness that is WA. The newly refurbed dining space only adds to the fine-dining experience.

PERTH

All hail the King of Thai food, David Thompson for bringing Long Chim into our Perth lives. Word to the wise: believe the wait staff. When they say the Chiang Mai larp of chicken is hot, they don’t mean Australian hot. They mean serious Thailand hot. So prepare yourself with all the napkins and all the beer. We’re also obsessed with the sour orange curry of fish and the green papaya salad, but everything here is insanely good and not too expensive. Make a booking, go hungry and fall in love with the State Buildings all over again.

Yes ok, it’s a bar, we know that. But if you’ve eaten at Varnish On King you know as well as we do that it deserves a spot on any list of the best restaurants in Perth’s CBD. Known for their whisky and bacon flights, can we recommend you just take a second to sit down and order the beef tendon crisps with ash mayo, the maple bourbon chicken wings and the lamb belly ribs with a side of the best cornbread you’ll ever eat. Finish it all off with the Chicho Gelato peanut butter brownie.

It’s easy to overlook Perth’s city centre when trying to decide where to eat. These days you’re likely to find yourself around the corner from several terrific local restaurants, wherever you live.

But the CBD’s still at the heart of food in Perth. Some of these places are iconic and have been serving great office lunches or special dinners for years. Others are newer, with inventive menus designed by exciting young chefs earning their stripes. All of the places in this guide continue to set the tone for how Perth eats. And thanks to the insane amount of competition, many of these venues are far more reasonably priced than you would expect.