It has been said that Perth has the highest number of restaurants per head of population in the world. Whether this is true or not, it certainly seems like it! With such a diverse ethnic population, Perth is spoilt for choice in where and what to eat. Whether your taste in food is Italian, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, French, Spanish, Mexican, Lebanese or otherwise, you can always find something to suit your palate and purse.
454 Murray Street, Downtown Perth, Perth, Australia
Open since way back in 1979, this diner is where to go when you find yourself asking your friends 'Does my bum look small in these?' Burgers, steaks and sandwiches are available, as are sundaes and other such niceties to beef you up. It's notable in Perth for being the first restaurant in the city centre to open all day, every day.
Open daily 24 hours.
44 King Street Perth 6000, Perth, Australia
Not one of cheaper places to eat, but King Street Café is sure to offer some culinary surprises. The menu changes frequently and there is an imaginative array of standard sweets. Mains come to about $14 to $22, but are good value. Great place for coffee and cake.
622 Stirling Hwy, Mosman Park, Perth, Australia
A very popular Indian restaurant with a fair choice of dishes and good naan breads. You will need to book on Friday and Saturday evenings. Meals consisting of poppadoms, a starter, main course and naan bread will cost around $15 to $20.
108 James St, Northbridge, Perth, Australia
Moda Caffe serves an excellent range of food and wine for a moderate budget. They have a comprehensive selection of pastas (including vegetarian), veal, chicken and steak dishes. They do exceptional anti-pasta and have a mouth-watering menu of wines and desserts.
623A Wellington St, Perth, Australia
This restaurant has only recently opened and is situated in the quiet part of the city near the Entertainment Centre, which makes it a good venue to get a meal before or after a performance. The food is tasty and very reasonably priced doing a very tasty lunch and a la carte menu.
175 Oxford Street, Leederville, Perth, Australia
Dont let the plainish décor and tables put you off, the food here is what separates Annas from the rest. They’re not fancy, but they are cheap and you will be pushed to spend more than $15 a head leaving you a full and satisfied stomach.
300 Murray St, Perth, Australia
Bobby Dazzlers is an Australian themed restaurant where there is memorabilia on the walls and the waitresses wear Akubras and stubbies. They have an a la carte menu with a good selection including some vegetarian dishes. From club sandwiches to seafood, the menu prices are reasonable and the servings are generous.
Coode Street Jetty, Coode St. South Perth 6151, Perth, Australia
The cafe has an impressive location right on the bank of the Swan River, with the Perth city skyline just across the river. The walls of the cafe are clear plastic to take advantage of this panoramic view. The service is friendly and the food is good. They have a selection of meat and pasta dishes, most of which come with a generous serving of salad. At $7.50 for four slices, the garlic bread is not the cheapest in Perth, but its well worth the price!
81 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Perth, Australia
The Bay Tree Cafe is an easy going, relaxed cafe that serves home cooked meals. The Bay Tree Cafe has been serving meals for over fifty years in Subiaco. An average meal costs $7 and caters for breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.
Open Mon-Sun 8am – 7pm.