It's hard to keep up with the new openings happening around Perth, and really, you don't have to. That's our job.
Welcome to New Eats, a brand new page on Urban List that will keep you up to date with the newest and best openings in Perth. Find it in the website navigation any time you want to discover something new.
Whether you're looking for a classy dinner at a new spot to impress someone special or just somewhere to catch up for brunch with mates, we've got you covered.
South Fremantle, WA
From the team behind Eat No Evil, La Cabaña in South Fremantle brings authentic Mexican flavours to life by combining their expertise in Mexican cuisine with our own beautiful WA produce. Think tacos, ceviche and an ice-cold drink to wash it all down. Read More +
Joining the ranks of amazing wine stores slash neighbourhood bars that have been popping up in Perth, Northbirdge Dining Room and Wine Store has opened its doors on William Street in Northbridge and you’re going to want to make your way there on the double. Read More +
Taking up residence inside The Sunshine Harvester Works in Fremantle, Mexican street-food diner Al Pastor Taqueria transports its guests to the thick of Mexico through their undeniably authentic Mexican flavours. It's brought to us by the same guys behind RoyAl's Chicken and Burgers, so you'll want to get in there on the double. Read More +
Mount Hawthorn, WA
Pogo has taken over the spot that used to be May Street Larder in Mount Hawthorn and the Middle Eastern eats are already making waves. It’s still under the Bib & Tucker and May Street team so you can expect chef Scott Bridger’s touch on all the dishes from the whipped hummus to the Persian duck pancakes. Read More +
For quirky pastries that will knock your socks off, you need to check out Croff Bakery in Perth. They’re dishing up all kinds of flaky and buttery croissants packed to the max with specialty flavours like jalapeno cheese, durian, char siew pork and pandan coconut. Read More +
If you’re after freshly baked bread with freshly milled flour, Miller & Baker on Lake Street in Perth is the place to go. Grab yourself a loaf of tangy sourdough, traditional dark rye or a crunchy baguette and head home to make the softest sandwiches you’ll ever eat, or grab one of the sambos they make in store, if that’s more your speed. Read More +
Sitting pretty inside The Royal Hotel, fleur is as beautiful and as fancy as she sounds. With local produce front and centre, there’s plenty to get excited about when it comes to the menu. Think Mandurah blue swimmer crab with dashi coral custard, duck breast served with ume, spiced crumpet and duck jam and smoked pork butter egg noodles. Read More +
With a name like this, you can be sure the crew at Joey Zaza's in Perth knows how to whip up a good sandwich. It’s hard not to imagine you’re in New York as you bite into the mouth-watering Porchetta Pleaza or the Mean Boss Parma–a handmade chicken parma with Nonna’s secret Napoli sauce–or even a classic Conti done the Joey Zaza’s way. Read More +
East Victoria Park, WA
If the thought of tasty, made-fresh-daily mozzarella, bocconcini and burrata makes you drool, you’re going to want to head to La Delizia Latticini in Victoria Park immediately. Award winning cheese maker Antonio Caroli is using his skills to turn fresh produce from around WA into the most delicious handmade cheese we have ever tasted. Read More +
L’Chaim is the mysterious underground bar at the historic Old Synagogue in Fremantle and it’s worth hunting down. Named after the Hebrew toast ‘to life’, you can expect high class drinks in old world confines—think: plush booths, moody lighting and a grand old piano which does get played on occasion. Read More +
Chef Leigh Power brings his passion for hawker-style Asian street food to the menu at Tonic & Ginger, the new two-storey eatery at Fremantle’s The Old Synagogue. The wide range of hot, sour, sweet and salty Asian fusion dishes will have you salivating as you indulge in a culinary journey in historic surroundings. Read More +
Mr Chapple at The Old Synagogue in Fremantle offers up everything from a rooftop bar with views of the famed cafe strip to a French wood fireplace that'll keep patrons nice and toasty in cooler months, with the bar stocking loads of WA craft brews and plenty of spirits. Not to mention early morning eats like breakfast dumplings and soft shell crab croissants. Read More +
Is there any place better to take in Fremantle’s stunning views than The Old Synagogue’s beer garden, The Arbor? Overlooking Fremantle Oval, The Arbor is one of four venues within the historic, newly renovated site which was originally home to Western Australia’s first synagogue. Read More +
From Japan to America and now to Perth, acclaimed Japanese bar and restaurant Furaibo has finally opened in Raine Square. Renowned for their Izakaya-style sharing menu, Furaibo showcases fine cooking techniques with a signature menu that features more than 100 Japanese Izakaya dishes, 30 different Kushiyaki skewers and, of course, their world famous Tebaski. Read More +
Taking up space in an old bank vault below St Georges Terrace, Foxtrot Unicorn is the perfect city hideaway for a few laid-back tipples in dark and moody corners. Once the headquarters for the Western Australian Club, Foxtrot Unicorn is brought to us by Dimitri Rtshiladze (formerly Mechanics Institute), with Tom Kearney behind the bar and Jessica Arnott responsible for the tasty nosh. Read More +
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