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Perth’s best BYO venues
It’s no secret that restaurants earn much of their
revenue on booze. With increasingly cringeworthy
mark-ups, it’s no wonder many of us are turning to
BYO-friendly eateries. In Perth, it can be a challenge
to find a place of quality that allows you to bring
your own, even on the weekends and for reasonable
corkage fees. We’ve managed to snuffle out some
that do tick the boxes.
Popular for breakfast but dinners here are often
overlooked. Serves up generous portions of
Mediterranean cuisine accompanied by stunning
Corkage $10 per bottle
Delilah’s Kitchen, Samson
Creatively named burgers, pizza, and share plates
with homemade sauces and marinades, and a quirky,
Corkage $2 per person
Himalayan Nepalese Restaurant
& Cafe, Victoria Park
Authentic, affordable, and super filling. Don’t miss
the ‘momo’ dumplings.
Corkage $4 per bottle
One of a plethora of cheap and cheerful Chinese
and southeast Asian BYO joints, Lido’s Vietnamese
offerings are always a top choice.
Corkage $5 per bottle (wine only)
The Prophet Lebanese Cafe,
East Victoria Park
Economical, vegetarian-friendly local favourite with
generous portions and no corkage fee.
Suburban Table, Mosman Park
Cosy neighbourhood favourite serving fresh seasonal
produce with an Asian twist.
Corkage $7 per bottle
West End Deli, West Perth
Mediterranean-meets-modern Aussie comfort food
at this local institution.
Corkage $5 per person
BEST NEW CAFES
MISS WATSON’S GARDEN CAFE
It’s little wonder Miss Watson’s is so popular with mothers’
groups: the grassy, fenced-in courtyard is the perfect place
for the kids to run around and the mums to chinwag.
31 Angove Street, Perth.
The grinding of local Micrology Coffee, a striking mural by
Perth illustrator Chris Nixon, some upbeat tunes and a stack
of Nutella-filled cronuts are what greet you upon arrival
at West Leederville’s new cafe. No wonder leaving is nigh
impossible. 178 Railway Parade, West Leederville.
Did South Freo seriously get another cafe? We’re not sure
how many cute brekkie joints one suburb needs, but Little
Lefroy’s is winning us over. Doesn’t hurt that it’s soon to be
licensed for night-time libations. Now that is something
South Freo needs. 310 South Terrace, South Fremantle.
Congrats to Print Hall for nabbing Best Wine List of the Year in the recent Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards.
Print Hall also won Best Wine List from the Gourmet Traveller Wine Awards in 2013, with Perth’s Rockpool Bar & Grill
snatching the award in 2014.
• New Mt Lawley restaurant Threecoins Italian
Trattoria has been winning over local Italophiles
with house-made pasta and Sicilian passito.
• The former Bucket Cafe has just been re-branded,
with a focus on healthy eats and a name that’s one
helluva mouthful: The Wolf The Bean The Walnut.
• Burgers are summer food, so we were pretty stoked
at the entrance of Johnny’s Burgers to Canning
Vale’s meat-betwixt-roll scene.
• Put down the verdelho. Beer’s what’s on everyone’s
lips, thanks to the new Homestead Brewery
at Mandoon Estate. The insanely good wagyu
burger, a pint of Thunderbird Pale Ale and a view
overlooking the vines? Lunch perfection.
• There’s a lot to love about Perth’s newest seafood
restaurant, A Fish Called Inglewood: a chef/owner
with some serious cred (Paul Zammit of Mosmans
and Twisted Fork fame), a laidback vibe and
Miss Watson’s Garden Cafe.
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