Here’s Where To Find Perth’s Best High Teas

By Claire Logan
30th Aug 2022

What’s not to love about getting dolled up in a fancy outfit, eating tiny cakes and sandwiches, sipping tea and pretending for two hours that you’re actually really sophisticated.

For some of us, it’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy free-flowing drinks and finger-licking pastries all afternoon. For others, it’s a weekly occurrence to drink tea that’s unmissable. Either way, it’s the perfect way to bring your pals together.

Pinkies up, here's where to find the best high tea in Perth.

Cape Arid Rooms


A beautiful space calls for a beautiful afternoon tea, and that’s exactly what you’ll find at Cape Arid Rooms inside the heritage walls of the stunning COMO The Treasury hotel. From the decor and service to the delightful locally sourced treats and masterful tea, they’ve truly thought of every detail, so rest assured this is Perth’s most sophisticated high tea experience. They've just unveiled their new season menu, the Seal Creek Edition, which will see you journey through delectable sweet and savoury delights that range from an indulgent caramel macadamia brownie, to porcini mushrooms with Parmesan sabayon, truffled salt and puffed quinoa.

Cape Arid Rooms

Haven Lounge At The Westin


Haven Lounge at The Westin is constantly evolving its high tea menu, and each one is as good as the next. The current menu is a 'Weekend In Paris' high tea in collaboration with Moet & Chandon, featuring three tiers of French-inspired sweet and savoury goodies. The little treats served here are possibly the most Instagrammable that we’ve seen, and with the décor at the Haven Lounge, we guarantee you’ll get some good snaps. 

Bar Amelie


Bar Amelie has nailed the perfect high tea with 90 minutes of free flowing bubbles and the most delightful spread of sweet and savoury bites to share. On the menu, you'll find dainty leek and blue cheese tartlets, Mediterranean crostini, smoked salmon, dill and cucumber sandwiches, baby eton mess, chocolate and caramel macrons, mini berry cheesecake and traditional fresh scones. Why not bring mum along, splash out for the fancy pol roger and slide swiftly into favourite child position? Book here.

Santini At QT


While we definitely shed a tear when QT moved its beloved rooftop high tea down to the Santini restaurant, the tea-riffic three-tiered selection of afternoon delights well and truly makes up for it.  Every Saturday, Executive Chef Andrew Barkham and the team are whipping up gorgeous little savoury nom noms like pancetta and mushroom tartlets, smoked salmon charcoal brioche buns, prosciutto bruschetta and yes they even have cucumber sandwiches (praise be), followed by sweets such as whipped ricotta and pistachio cannoli, scones, tiramisu and their iconic QT lemon meringue tarts. Book here.

Pan Pacific


Pan Pacific offers an exquisite, almost too good looking to eat high tea set in a lush garden-like space. Prices start from $65 for sweet and savoury delights with free-flowing tea and coffee, but we'd recommend upgrading your package to get yourself bottomless sparkling, gin cocktails or champagne. It’s the perfect afternoon treat for you and your friends to indulge in. 

High tea at Pan Pacific Perth

Hearth At The Ritz-Carlton


Sitting pretty at the base of the Ritz-Carlton you’ll find Hearth, which is home to some of the finest sweet and savoury treats created with the freshest produce WA has to offer. While you enjoy the picturesque riverside views, you’ll be indulging in fluffy scones, dainty madeleines, lamingtons, tarts and so much more. 



Located in the grand, heritage-listed building that houses The Royal, Fleur offers one of the most elegant high teas in Perth. The high tea showcases local produce through decadent sweets and savoury delights, with a particular focus on seafood; trust us, it works. Every Saturday at 12pm and 2.30pm, you can enjoy these mouth-watering morsels while surrounded by gorgeous portraits by artist Miguel Vallinas, floral installations and some of the best service in Perth.

High Tea at Fleur

Bistro Guillaume


Be transported to France with Bistro Guillaume's afternoon tea. You’ll be treated to an abundance of sweet and savoury canapes, a pot of tea per person and a delicious glass of Moet & Chandon champagne, all for just $65 (or $50 if you're going sans booze). Only available on Saturday afternoons, we recommend booking early to avoid missing out. The restaurant has a picturesque view and the green and white decor will have you feeling tres elegant.

La Vie Champagne Lounge


Ditch your regular old high tea and trade it in for this decadent four-tiered high cheese tower at the tres chic La Vie Champagne Lounge inside Crown Perth. You'll work your way through tiny sweet and savoury fromage-filled bites like baked camembert, brie layered with fine herbs, goat’s cheese, cannolis and more. And if you're thirsty, you can wash it down with a champagne tasting flight for just $70 per person for the whole lot. Not bad at all. 

The Reveley


There’s nothing better than rounding up your best pals for an afternoon of dainty treats. Throw in some riverside views, gin cocktails and free-flowing Chandon and you’ve got The Reveley’s Afternoon High Tea. With packages starting at $55 per person (and from $75pp for free-flowing Chandon), all you need to do is book here and your crew will be feasting on an elegant array of sweet and savoury delights in no time.  

Bites By D

Mount Hawthorn 

Anywhere that has BYO champagne gets two ticks from us. Bites By D goes above and beyond to make sure everyone has the best possible time, with amazing service and achingly beautiful food. Offering high tea Tuesday to Sunday, as well as a twilight high tea on Saturdays, Bites by D can accommodate up to 40 people, so if you're planning a big celebration, you know what to do. 

a table with a high tea tower filled with treats


North Perth 

For a fancier experience at a budget-friendly price, Chinta is the perfect place. Offering something for everyone, the crew here serves signature, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free and halal high teas. You’ll feel all the elegance with the crystal glasses, vintage fine china cups and fresh flowers at every table. You’ll also be treated to a free flow of tea or coffee, all for just $49.

TWR Perth


This one’s a little different: why not try out a high coffee instead of a high tea? TWR Perth, the mesmerising and stunning waiting room slash bar in the beautiful Crown Towers lobby, is serving up three different coffee cocktails to go along with six deliciously decadent treats inspired by places around the world, all for just $45-60pp. We’re pretty keen to try the Macadamia crunch passionfruit, lychee and lemon mini gateaux alongside our Caramel Espresso Martini. What’s more is that it’s available everyday from midday ‘til 5pm, so get around it. 

May Street Larder

East Fremantle 

The food at May Street Larder is so scrumptious, their high tea is not one you’ll want to skip. The savoury items will have you craving more, especially the Korean fried chicken slider, but save room from sweets; you won't want to share the coconut cake with anyone. Tea and coffee is bottomless, and you can add prosecco by the glass or the bottle. 

High Tea Perth, May Street Larder's Korean Fried Chicken Slider

Lavender Bistro 

West Swan 

Make a day of it and head to the Swan Valley for the most affordable high tea at Lavender Bistro. If you’ve ever had the lavender ice cream at this place, you’ll know just how good the food here is. Serving up three tiers of sweet and savoury goodies, including some delicious French pastries, prices start at $28 and cap out at $37, depending on whether you’re after a cheeky sparkling rosé. They’re also pooch-friendly so gather the doggo gang for a fun day in the Valley.

Chapels On Whatley


Dishing up the best tea brews in Perth, the team at Chapels on Whatley know what’s what when it comes to high tea. With everything from blooming teas to native Bush Tucker teas, if you're after something left of centre, this is the place to come. While the savoury bites are good, it’s the sweets that you’ll want to save room for, more specifically the rocky road and mini lemon meringues. Pair that with a glass of champagne on arrival and an afternoon of endless tea from $49.95 and you’ll leave beyond satisfied.

The macarons at high tea at Chapels on Whatley in Maylands.

The George


Whether you’re celebrating a special event, or just celebrating the weekend, the team at The George goes above and beyond to make it a special day, catering for vegans, vegetarians, coeliac, gluten-free and pescatarian diets. They offer different packages starting at $50 that come with house-made scones, finger sandwiches, macarons and tonnes of deserts. 

Cottage Tea Rooms

Swan Valley

Home to the best scones in the Swan Valley, Cottage Tea Rooms serves traditional high tea every Monday to Saturday from just $35 per person. Their two-hour packages include bottomless cups of tea—or two cups of coffee—plus a generous selection of delicious sweets, savouries, sandwiches and scones per person. If you’re bringing the kiddos along, there’s a special catered children’s high tea menu too.

Flight Club


If you've done your traditional high tea a billion times, this newbie is a great way to mix it up. Social darts bar, Flight Club, is bringing together bottomless high tea—we're talking endless sandwiches, sweets, coffee and tea—and bottomless darts, plus, a whole bottle of bubbles each, all for $59 per person... and let's just say what it lacks in fancy frocks and sophistication it well and truly makes up for in fun. Round up your players and book here.

Hungry for more sweets? Hunt down Perth’s best cinnamon buns.

Image credit: Cape Arid Rooms, The Westin, Pan Pacific, Shot by Thom, Emma Bryant, Nancy Hanna, Elle Borgward, Jillian McHugh

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