43 BELOW
Perth, Western Australia

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Originally built in the 1920s with an historic background and prime location 43 Below was originally known as The Alhambra, a buzzing hive of activity filled with World War II servicemen swapping battle tales over a cold beer and a hearty meal. 43 Below is a popular destination for city workers and tourists, particularly for their great cocktails from around the globe and Friday night after work drinks.
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General info

Address:

43 Barrack Street,
Perth CBD WA 6000

Suburb:

Perth CBD

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Cuisine:

Modern Australian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Functions

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MAX SEATING
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Features

Bar / Wine Bar
Function for 50-100
Historic Building
Outdoor Dining
Private Dining Room
Pub Dining
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
Suitable for Pre Theatre
Takeaway
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Valerie - 25/01/2012
Not exactly the archetypal Aussie pub (apart from the carpet) 43Below is almost all things to all men (and women). It's sometimes quiet, sometimes very busy. It does a good line in pub food with occasional flashes of inspiration. The service is friendly and down to earth. The beer is cold and there are often good specials on Kilkenny, Guinness and the like. It does private parties but it's also popular with a fine bunch of oldies (one of whom flirted outrageously with my sister and me). Oh, it's not Balthazar or the Greenhouse, but it's honest and unpretentious. And the tall blonde manageress is not to be trifled with!