THE NAKED FIG CAFE
Perth, WA

Offering 180-degree ocean views, Swanbourne's Naked Fig Cafe is one of Perth's most socially and environmentally conscious businesses. The Fig supports local artists, with vibrant artworks lining the café walls, and musicians entertaining guests with uplifting jazz and soul performances throughout the week. The café also offers a BYO night on Thursdays, and provides free WiFi to those armed with a laptop.
Accepts
Opening Times
 MTWTFSS
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Address:

278 Marine Parade
Suburb:
Swanbourne
Contact:
Tel: +61 8 9384 1222
Cuisine:
Cafe, Modern Australian
Price Range:
$$$$ ~ $$$$
License:
Fully Licensed (no BYO)
DETAILS
The Naked Fig is a café that aims to foster the local community and environment by engaging in environmentally and socially-aware practices. Using free-range and local products, recycling whenever possible, serving 100% direct trade coffee and contributing over $5,000 per year to the Hunger Project are all a part of this ethos. The Fig also supports local artists, with vibrant artworks lining the café walls, and musicians entertaining guests with uplifting jazz and soul performances throughout the week. The café also offers a BYO night on Thursdays, and provides free WiFi to those armed with a laptop.

FUNCTIONS
The Naked Fig is well-equipped to accommodate functions for private and corporate events, and can offer packages to suit varied event themes and styles. Please contact the café for more details.
PROFILE BY BEST RESTAURANTS
Naked Fig in Swanbourne has been one of this summer's most anticipated additions to Perth's coastal dining scene. With a venue built from scratch and offering 180-degree ocean views, its timing (for summer) has been impeccable. As the sister restaurant of Wild Fig (Scarborough) and Pickled Fig (South Fremantle), there is no doubt that this little scene stealer will be just as busy with customers who seek fine food from one of Perth's most socially, environmentally and ethically-conscious businesses. From fairtrade coffee to free-range chickens and eggs, it is clear this restaurant has a conscience – the crew behind both eateries also regularly contribute to the Hunger Project. Although the new Swanbourne venue may be a little more swanky than its northern counterpart, the theme is just as relaxed and family friendly.

Those already familiar with Wild Fig will be happy to hear the famous curry and vegetarian nights will also be on offer at Naked Fig, along with live soul and jazz music on Friday and Saturday nights. When it comes to food, it's all about freshness, flavour and quality of produce. The chicken and eggs are free-range, the salads are seasonal and gluten-free options are available. In addition to amazing breakfasts and lunches, the dinner menu packs a punch with a good selection of seafood, meat and poultry dishes. One thing's for sure, it's going to be a hot summer at this cool new establishment!
Breakfast
Function for 50-100
Live Music / Entertainment
Outdoor Dining
Parking
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
Suitable for Weddings
Views
Waterfront Dining
Awards
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278 Marine Parade
Swanbourne WA 6010
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