No longer is Western Australian behind its eastern counterparts in terms of fine dining. With beautiful vistas, fresh produce and wonderful wine regions, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the fine dining scene.
Restaurant Amuse delivers one of the most innovative and exciting dining experiences in Australia. While the modern French dishes are constantly evolving, what remains constant is their meticulous construction and exquisite flavours, which earn the restaurant accolade after accolade from food critics and regular diners alike. Produce is sourced with an emphasis on nose to tail eating and foraged ingredients.
You must see Greenhouse to appreciate what a completely sustainable restaurant and bar looks like. The venue is quite literally a pop-up greenhouse made of recycled timber and plastic and features a rooftop garden of produce that travels downstairs to the kitchen and onto diners' plates.
Located in one of the most scenic areas of the Swan Valley region at Caversham, just 20 minutes from Perth's CBD, RiverBank Estate combines premium estates wines with a finely crafted menu. The restaurant resides in a grand old homestead offering stunning views of the surrounding vineyard from a timber verandah. Allow the sounds of the resident jazz band on the 1st Saturday of each month to be the perfect accompaniment to your meal.
Perth's answer to a neighbourhood bistro from France, the 160-seater Bistro Guillaume combines a casual atmosphere in suave surrounds at Crown Perth. The refined French menu has a back to basics philosophy with all pastries, desserts and stocks made in house and a daily plat du jour, just as they offer in France.
Another pearl in culinary king Neil Perry's crown, Rockpool Bar and Grill Perth never falls short of delivering faultless dishes. The restaurant serves only the best cuts of meat cooked on Perry's signature wood fire grill. The food is matched by an encyclopaedic wine list and one of the country's best wine service teams.
The world's most recognised Japanese Restaurant, Nobu, has taken up shop inside Crown Perth. Esteemed chef Nobu Matsuhisa once again dishes up his innovative style of traditional Japanese cuisine fused with South American flavours in a way that will leave you wondering why nobody thought of such a spectacular combination before. At Nobu, the food is always first-rate, the service is energetic and the dining room is arguably the most beautiful in Perth.
Housed in the impressive WA Trustee Building, The Trustee Bar and Bistro is all about making big impressions. The lofty art deco ceilings, herringbone parquetry and brass fittings are classy with the right measure of edgy. The inner city crowd love the menu here; classic dishes that offer a respectful nod to cool Britannia.
Cullen Restaurant is set in a rustic timber and granite building overlooking rows of grapevines and sweeping peppermint trees. The biodynamic Cullen vineyard is home to a restaurant that serves food as good as its wine. Guests will love the simple, organic dishes that sparkle with home-grown fruit and veg.