Hungry? You will be! Here’s a taste of what inner city Perth has to offer.

Perth is well-known as an exciting destination for sports events, live music, theatre, festivals, adventure, the great outdoors – and food!

The inner city’s diverse culinary scene is world-class and internationally famous, influenced by the melting pot of cultures. Chefs and foodies come from around the world to experience the unique provenance of the cuisine, and of course, the world famous, premium local wines. Whether you enjoy classic European, authentic Asian, contemporary Australian or something more eclectic, you will always be spoilt for choice with the diversity of fine dining options in Perth's Inner City.

If you love good food and dining out, you’ll want to put these names on your next trip to Perth!

Asian Flavours


Crown Metropol Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood

One of the international chain of world-famous and highly acclaimed restaurants from chef Nobuyuki Matsuhis, Nobu combines innovative, modern Japanese cuisine with sophisticated, elegant private dining spaces to create a unique and memorable dining experience. If you’re looking for a special night out, this is it.  


12 Rokeby Road, Subiaco

Shui opened in 2023 and proved an instant hit. Sharp food complements the riotous cocktail menu at this modern Asian restaurant in the heart of Subiaco. For lovers of contemporary Asian cuisine, Chef Leigh Power offers an inspired illumination of his favourite Asian dining experiences with an explosion of bold, Modern-Asian fusion flavours.

Shui Subiaco
Shui | Subiaco

Intimate Dining

Daph’s Restaurant 

1/226 Oxford Street, Leederville

Daph's is an intimate twenty-seater restaurant in Leederville offering open fire cooking in front of guests, who enjoy a clear view of the action. The interesting menu, enhanced by the cooking over jarrah, has a focus on quality, local produce from WA.

Twenty Seats

301 Lord Street, Highgate

True hospitality underpins this intimate restaurant, along with a thoughtfully crafted dégustation experience. Each evening, Twenty Seats welcomes around twenty customers in two rooms to enjoy a ten-course tasting menu with influences from around the world. Be warned - bookings are essential!

Twenty Seats
Twenty Seats | Highgate

Modern Australian


1 The Esplanade, Perth

New to Elizabeth Quay, 6Head is a world-class waterfront restaurant, a premier Australian steakhouse offering an ‘iconic dining experience’ in a stunning environment. Expect the finest cuts of steak, along with seafood and seasonal offerings, either as a la carte, set or sharing menus. A must-do when visiting the CBD.


Crown Towers, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood

Nested within the luxurious Crown Towers Perth, Epicurean is foodies’ heaven. The open kitchen features a series of culinary stations, each offering a different dining experience – perfect for fussy families. Choose from seafood, sushi, dim sum, Western hot food, a tandoori oven and a dessert station featuring an amazing chocolate fountain.

Epicurean, Crown Perth | Burswood

A View To Fine Dining

Coco’s South Perth 

85 The Esplanade, South Perth

A long-time Perth favourite with locals and visitors alike. Coco’s is a destination famous for its location - a spacious, light-filled space with beautiful views across the river to the city skyline. Coco’s relaxed setting and modern Australian menu has made it a legend in Perth for long lunches.  


1 Cathedral Avenue, Perth

One of Perth’s most lauded restaurants, Wildflower occupies the stunning rooftop space of COMO The Treasury, offering sweeping views across the Swan River and city. The contemporary menu revolves around the indigenous ethos of the six seasons, with farmer and forager-driven menus and native ingredients.

Wildflower | Perth City

Classic European

Lulu La Delizia

5/97 Rokeby Road (Forrest Walk), Subiaco

House made pasta and Italian dishes in a bright eatery and wine bar with outdoor seating – perfect. The 2023 Gourmet Traveller WA Restaurant of the year, Lulu La Delizia specialises in premium fresh pasta and the delights of Friuli and the Venetian spice route. It is named in honour of the owner’s nonna, Luigia Valvasori, who emigrated to Australia in 1952 from the town of Casarsa della Delizia, Friuli.

Ludo at The Station

1 Mends Street, South Perth

Head downstairs to a sophisticated subterranean world, where nouveau European cuisine lives deep below the heritage listed 1908 South Perth Police Station, now a modern wining and dining precinct. Chef Ludo offers a seasonal menu showcasing the very best of local produce with a foundation in classic French technique – think beef fillet tartare with quail yolk, or eclairs filled with Western Rock Lobster.

Ludo at The Station
Ludo at The Station | South Perth

And there it is – a tantalising taste of fine dining in inner-city Perth. You might have to extend your stay a little to try them all!