Perth—home to some of the most attractive sights known to man. From the people and the beaches to the jacaranda-lined streets and restaurants with stunning interiors.
Here’s a selection of the most beautiful restaurants in town because, let’s be real, we all judge a book by its cover.
The Raw Kitchen
Expansive and airy, The Raw Kitchen is housed in a 1920s warehouse and encompasses a restaurant, zero-waste store and studio on the second-floor mezzanine. The school-bus seating adds to the rustic vibe, along with the exposed brick walls and antique-style furniture, and there's plenty of greenery, hanging pendant lights and even two shipping containers fitted out with tables if you're looking for a cosy escape. It's no wonder the space is popular for weddings.
One look at Santini and you will swoon. Featuring loads of warm terracotta tones and dreamy, bold blues, this restaurant and bar is nestled at the base of QT Perth and is dishing up the freshest Italian eats.
Inside to out, Garum is stunning. The Roman osteria brought to life by Guy Grossi and The Westin can be found in the old Hibernian Hall. The interior is rustic yet refined, with high ceilings, creeping greenery and warm, romantic lighting. It's definitely one to keep up your sleeve for date night.
As soon as you walk into Hadiqa you’ll be gobsmacked by the sheer beauty of the place. Think Moroccan tiles, gorgeous greenery, natural light and some pretty impressive lights. Once you’ve picked your jaw back up off the floor, make your way to a table and get prepared to drop it once again when you see the food.
The Apple Daily Bar & Eating House
You can't write a list of Perth's most beautiful restaurants and leave the stunning Print Hall off the list. The Apple Daily Bar & Eating House on level two does not disappoint in the looks department. The dark and moody restaurant features cosy booths, dark wood, neon lights and newspaper-lined walls, and boasts a cheeky view down to the hall below.
If you’ve seen even just one picture of the interiors at Island Market you’ll understand what we’re talking about here. The bright white and pastel pink with neon signs and lofty white ceilings may sound kitsch but they work a treat. The restaurant is modern and stylish but its beachside location means it still feels fun and relaxing. It is everything beachside dining in Perth should be.
Every single area of Market Grounds has been styled perfectly, including the dining area. Think natural light, beautiful booths, loads of greenery and cute blue stools. The bombe Alaska is also pretty beautiful too.
A beautiful view and a beautiful interior, The Shorehouse really does have it all. Wooden floorboards, comfy booths in soothing tones and pretty greenery. We could spend all day here.
Odyssea, we dig you big time, especially your caramel-toned pendant lights. Everything from your chairs and tables to your wooden rafters and metallic walls is a picture of perfection. The views are just the icing on the cake.
Breakfast and lunch at Post in the State Buildings is a glorious experience—with a beautiful tree smack bang in the middle, white and black accents and a comfy grey couch wrapping around one side, you will never want to leave. Top that with delicious, good-for-you food—it's no wonder we can't get enough of this place.
Gordon St Garage
One of the first warehouse-style restaurants in Perth, Gordon St Garage still holds a special place in our hearts with their unfinished concrete floors, high ceilings, exposed beams and some of the prettiest booths you’ll ever lay eyes on.
Bread In Common
There are high ceilings, exposed brick walls lined with wine (wine always makes things more beautiful), long tables and some seriously beautiful lighting going on in this giant warehouse-style building. Bread In Common’s food is also pretty dang tasty so you’ll never be disappointed.
Long Chim. Where do we even start? Tucked under the State Buildings, David Thompson’s delish Thai street food restaurant is b-e-a-utiful. Exposed brick, street-art-style artwork, concrete and rustic wooden chairs—their interior designer should be very pleased with themselves.
Once an old bus garage, North Fremantle's Propeller has been transformed into one of the most colourful and vibrant eateries going around. Cool vibes and friendly staff make this a super fun place to hang out.
Little Way has some of the yummiest food going around, but it’s also one of Perth’s most beautiful restaurants. Located in a lovely heritage building in Nedlands, they’ve got some serious door porn going on, an amazing courtyard and loads of leafy green goodness.
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Image credit: Elle Borgward, Emma Bryant, Nancy Hanna and Island Market