Attention foodies of Perth (aka everyone), Eat Drink Perth is back for the most magnificent month of the year!
Get excited because from now until 9 April, Perth is lighting up with more than 100 events celebrating food, glorious food, and all the bevvies you can handle.
Bellies at the ready, here’s everything you need to do during Eat Drink Perth.
Sip And Learn With Sake At Fraser's
Saturday 25 March, 3:30—5:30pm
From the way it's made to the way it's drunk, sake has got to be one of the most intriguing liquors on the planet. For $20 per person, Fraser's is throwing one helluva sake shin-dig where you'll get to learn all of the ins and outs about this Japanese rice wine while sipping 'til your heart's content. If you're having a really really good time you can kick on for a five-course sake degustation dinner for $160 a head. Kanpai!
Staycation At The Richardson
Until 31 May 2017
If your next holiday is further away than you’d like, book into The Richardson for a luxe staycation for two, stat! Stay overnight in a one-bed suite, enjoy a three-course dinner and breakfast served in The Conservatory, traditional afternoon tea, welcome goodies and a morning newspaper for $595. You’ll also get $155 off any spa treatments at Spa at The Richardson. We’re there!
Progressive Dinner By Lavish Habits
Available On Request
Gather up six of your mates and book a progressive dinner that’ll take you through the heart of Northbridge with Lavish Habits as your guide. Kick off at Sneaky Tony’s for a cheeky cocktail, start the night’s feasting (with a drink) at Pleased To Meet You, head on over to La Cholita for some more food and bevvies, shimmy along to Alabama Song and down a delicious rye whiskey and then party on at Joe’s Juice Joint into the wee hours. $80 per head, you can’t beat that! Click here to book.
Let’s Do Lunch At The Stables Bar
Head to The Stables Bar with your bestie and get your hands on their deeelish ploughman’s board and two tinnies by the Perth local Feral Brewing Company for the sweet fee of $40. Available from 11:30am until late, why not order two and settle in for the afternoon with some yummy cured meats, house pickles and fresh bread?
High Tea At The Reveley
Every Saturday And Sunday, 3—5pm
Enjoy high tea with one of the best views in Perth at The Reveley in Elizabeth Quay. We think you should go for the champagne high tea—because YOLO. $60 gets you a glass of Veuve on arrival and the option to purchase bottles at a discounted rate. You can also go the standard high tea (with bottomless Tbar Tea) for $40 or the sparkling high tea for the very reasonable price of $50. Contact The Reveley to make a reservation for four or more.
The Battle Of The BBQs At Petition Kitchen
Saturday 25 March, 5—8pm
Watch Petition Kitchen’s Jesse Blake take on Long Chim’s Lucas Fernandes in The Battle of the BBQs held at Petition Kitchen. The menus are being kept top secret, but we can tell you you’re in for a delicious night of BBQ goodness with snacks selling from as little as $10. Call 6168 7780 to book your place!
Bahn Mi 4 Lyfe At Le Vietnam
Is there anything better than $10 banh mi? Head in to Le Vietnam everyday (except Sundays) before 10:30am to get your hands on their delicious 4 Little Pigs Banh Mi (with spicy pulled pork and roast pork, pickled carrots, cucumber and coriander, garnished with pork floss and pork crackles) or the smashed avocado (with homemade guac and vegan bacon crackles). What a steal!
Love The Earth Food Festival At Perth City Farm
Wednesday 5 April, 4—9pm
Set out for an evening under the stars at Perth City Farm’s Love The Earth Food Festival this April. There’ll be organic produce as far as the eye can see, loads of local produce to stock up on, vegan, vegetarian, raw and paleo eats and local music. This event was a raging success last year so you might want to get in early!
For the full schedule of events during Eat Drink Perth, click here!
Image credit: City of Perth and Louise Coghill
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