Best Australian Native Restaurants in Perth Western Australia

Guide to the Best Restaurants Hillarys Boat Harbour
Kailis’ Wine Bar offers interest to our loyal locals as well as international favourites. From Mosel to Margaret River, we have your bases covered. If you’re struggling for choice, our menu comes complete with wine pairing advice.


Visit it across the year and you’ll be rewarded with a multitude of tasty treats whilst also being able to enjoy some of the best views of Perth’s skyline, too. And that’s not to mention the superb wine list – with an extensive range, you can create your own perfect pairing.

Location: 1 Cathedral Avenue, Perth, WA 

Long Chim

Flavour slaps you in the face from the moment you step in the door – brightly coloured décor, intense dishes and exciting cocktails that work perfectly alongside the heat of the menu.

Location: Basement level, cnr st georges tce & barrack st, perth 6000 WA

Co-Op Dining

The ethos of head chef and owner Kieran Mainwaring is simple. Source high-quality local produce. Treat it with respect and culinary artistry. Communicate the beauty of the produce with guests through a masterful menu and passionate service. 

Location: 2/11 Regal Place, East Perth, WA 6004


Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner; it’s hard to go wrong with Propeller’s inventive and flavoursome options. Enlist the help of a few fellow foodies and sample a selection of their spice-laden dishes. A top spot for vegetarians.

Location: 222 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle

Lulu La Delizia

His cosy osteria is pasta-centric, with an Italian road trip through regional specialities and creative interpretations of classic combos. The robust wine list includes local producers and Northern Italian varieties.

Location: 5/97 Rokeby Road (Forrest Walk) Subiaco

Billie H

For memorable service, a kick-arse wine list and a menu that packs a punch from first-time chef and young gun Alia Glorie. The moody, comfortable surrounds mean that a quick bite can easily turn into an afternoon where time stands still and the wine list begs to be explored.

Location: 34 St Quentin Ave, Claremont W.A 6010

Petite Mort

This Shenton Park destination might be hidden away in a suburban side street, but this address is high on the list of West Australian gastronomes. Brace yourself for a stylish meal full of surprises, pizazz and complexity from head chef Todd Stuart.

Location: 225, Onslow Road, Shenton

Clarke’s of North Beach

Takes pride in using the best local ingredients and transforming them into classic, elegant dishes with expert technique. A visit to Clarke’s promises a refined and assured menu paired with sophisticated service.

Location: 97 Flora Terrace. North Beach WA 6020


Be sure to try the signature homemade crumpets which have reached legendary status. Rumbling tummies should arrive early as the line snakes out the door most weekends. Loosen your belt – servings are generous.

Location:  86 Angelo Street South Perth, South Perth, Western Australia 6151

Swallow Bar

From vintage train seats through to art deco prints, the retro fit-out and regular live jazz transports diners back to another era. A warm welcome from knowledgeable and gregarious staff puts first-time visitors at home amongst regulars.

Location: 198 Whatley Crescent Maylands

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