Juicy, tender and melt-in-your-mouth delicious, when it comes to the best steaks in Perth we know what takes the cake.
There’s no room for gristly, chewy, overcooked slabs of meat in this game. We only get so many meals in our lives and it’s no good throwing one away on bad meat.
So don’t waste all that tummy space with a sub-par steak, get your next iron fix from one of these restaurants serving up some of Perth’s best steaks.
Sweetwater Rooftop Bar
The grilled sirloin at Sweetwater is the stuff dreams are made of. Even if you're not the biggest steak fan, this one will blow you away. Designed to be shared, it comes cut and ready to be divvied up between everyone, but one bite and you'll be doing everything in your power to keep it all for yourself.
For one of the tastiest steaks around, head to Subiaco Hotel and get stuck into their grass-fed 250g sirloin with béarnaise and fries. This has been on their menu forever and we will probably die if they ever take it off.
Sitting pretty in the new State Buildings, Post’s melt-in-your-mouth Rangers Valley Scotch fillet is definitely something to write home about—served with caramelised onions and cafe de Paris butter.
Mayfair Lane in West Perth does meat really well, especially their steak. Served with a Madeira mushroom ragu, duck fat potatoes (or chips) and a red wine jus (or bearnaise if that's more your flavour)—you can expect juicy, tender and mouthwateringly good meat.
The chargrilled sirloin from Beaufort Local, is cooked to perfection. Served with a tasty jus, watercress salad and chips, we recommend carb loading and getting a side of the Paris mash too.
The Old Brewery
When it comes to their steak offering, The Old Brewery have got something for everyone, with all kinds of cuts, weights and prices available. But who can pass up the Tomahawk—400 day grain fed Margaret River Wagyu?
Rockpool Bar & Grill
You’d think old steak would be a bad thing, but it’s a case of the older the better when it comes to eating at Rockpool Bar & Grill. Choose any of their steaks from the wood fired grill and you will be one happy chappy.
If you’ve got a hankering for a classic steak and chips head to The Heritage for theirs—served with béarnaise, Paris butter or mushroom sauce.
The Fiorentina from La Sosta is a pretty speccy steak dish if you ask me. A 700gram (plus) Blackbrook t-bone served on a grill at your table. You pay by the gram and you definitely get what you pay for!
If you don’t mind eating meat off the bone, you’ll want to order one of the chef’s favourite steaks at BWG Steakhouse in Applecross—a one to two kilo Tomahawk slow cooked in a wood fired oven. Bring on the meat sweats!
Cooked in their charcoal josper oven, Hersmosa’s WA grass fed sirloin is melt-in-your-mouth tender, served with charred baby onions, smoked eggplant and roast beef fat butter. Yep, beef fat butter.
After being dry aged for 28 days, Must Winebar’s chargrilled butterfield sirloin steak is lovingly served with béarnaise or poivrade sauce, frites and watercress salad, or potato gratin, herb crumbs, confit shallot and cabernet jus.
Served with your choice of red wine, pepper or cafe de Paris sauces, the Setinel’s 450g rib-eye is cooked to perfection—plus it comes with a side of fries!
The Trustee Bar & Bistro
The Trustee’s aged Black Angus sirloin is what meat dreams are made of—served with fries, salad and béarnaise.
The Cape Byron scotch fillet with potato mash and wild mushrooms from Limones in East Fremantle is a must-try for steak lovers.
Get cosy at Suburban Table in Mosman Park while tucking into their chargrilled Black Angus fillet with Bordelaise butter, thyme mash and caramelised onion. The chef recommends you eat this bad boy medium rare.
Described as succulent, lean and tender, the Graziers eye fillet from the Albion Hotel is your quintessential pub steak. Served with your choice of mushroom, peppercorn or red wine jus, it really satisfies a meat craving.
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La Sosta | Image credit: Elle Borgward