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A fun and approachable restaurant serving spins on Middle Eastern classics from a well-established hospo duo. Plus, it’s pink.
Ambitious cooking and classy drinks at the Royal Hotel’s 45-seat dining room.
A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sibling to the award-winning Cottesloe bakery, North Street Store.
A casual neighbourhood bar and bottle shop serving Mediterranean small plates and natural wines. And, no, that’s not a typo in the name.
A modern Asian diner serving dumplings, beef tataki, whole-fried baby snapper and satay pork ribs.
This breezy space has a killer wine list and a menu that leans into familiar Italian favourites.
This is one of the few Australian bakeries milling its own flour. Come for single-origin loaves, sweet pastries and vegemite scrolls, sandwiches, and coffee by Five senses.
The Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour stalwart will reopen with a new 80s-inspired look, dedicated raw bar and focus on underutilised fish and seafood.
Tim Willing's second cafe serves Willing Coffee's in-house blend alongside house-baked croissants.
A cosy watering hole serving great drinks, a 10-cheese toasted sandwich and an easygoing vibe.
Australia’s largest cheese room. And now you can get products originally only available wholesale.
This cafe-restaurant roasts its own coffee in-house and serves Italian-style dishes based on family recipes.
Come for the views of the Indian Ocean, stay for the superior Gaelic drinks and traditional pub aesthetic.
This two-storey space can hold 725 guests and serves contemporary food and drinks.
Focusing on the flat white, takeaway options and classes for the domestic barista.
Aussie nostalgia meets Italian know-how at this breezy new gelato store by the beach.
Sourdough devotees, assemble.