Perth’s buzzing food scene won't stop growing and we love it! From Michelin starred chains to slick new eateries there's something for all tastes and budgets.

Hadiqa
Hadiqa is a Moroccan inspired rooftop bar and supper club located in an entirely new precinct in the East End, Hibernian Place. The menu is fused with Moroccan, Mediterranean and Greek flavours and the bar is serving up bespoke cocktails, craft beers and thoughtful wines. Top tip for this place, book in advance!

Hifumiya Udon Noodle House 
The first authentic udon noodle house to serve in Perth has opened on McLean Lane. Pop by for udon made as you order and fantastic service. There’s also an entire section dedicated to deep fried treats which you can add to your meal – delicious!

Santini Grill at QT Hotel
When you get a review like this from Rob Broadfield "Food and wine service deliver beyond expectations and the cookery is wonderful. Santini is Perth’s best new opening in 2018" - you know this place needs to be on your list. Located in QT Hotel, Santini Bar & Grill serves up modern Italian meals in a stunning location.

Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King
With an amazing reputation overseas, Perth has been #blessed with another international delight. Located within Melbourne Hotel, the ramens are taken to the next level with ingredients shipped into Japan to make sure you’re having the most authentic ramen in town.

Big Bopper
Just another burger joint you say? Well.. you’re wrong! It has been dubbed the burger bar for grownups. On the menu you’ll find American style burgers, boozy milkshakes, hot fudge sundaes and triple onion rings. There’s even a meeting room you can book in at for burgers and TV. 

Tiny’s 
From the founders of Mary Street Bakery comes QV1’s latest restaurant, specialty liquor store and bar. It’s casual but cool, but also quite loud. That said, the food is so good you can’t not try! 

Fish Boss 
From a Fish & Chips shop on wheels to a new permanent location at Yagan Square, there’s a reason this place has a great reputation around Perth. These guys are renowned for their fish & chips and tacos.. but they say it’s the WA lobster roll that’s really worth trying. 

Tim Ho Wan
You might have seen long queues forming on William Street recently? Well that’s because Raine Square is finally here (yay!) and with it comes the Michelin starred dim sum powerhouse, Tim Ho Wan. Pop by and give the signature dishes a try, they’re the sweet baked pork buns, squares of caramelised turnip cake, vermicelli rolls and egg cake.