12 Restaurants in Fremantle, Perth

Restaurants in Fremantle, Perth

The restaurants of Perth's Fremantle suburb offer a wonderfully eclectic blend of Mediterranean, Levantine and Asian cuisine, just as you would expect from one of the city's top tourist spots. As well some great eating options, this historic port boasts a beautiful harbour, colonial architecture, centuries-old markets and a lively cafe culture scene centring around the Cappuccino Strip of South Terrace. All of which makes it the ideal spot to mix a bit of sightseeing with a casual lunch or a leisurely evening meal.

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Nunzio's

Fremantle
Italian$$$$
5.6/612
Nunzio's

Ruocco's

Fremantle
Italian$$$$
5.3/6220
Ruocco's

Sala Thai Restaurant

Fremantle
Thai$$$$
5.4/6116
Sala Thai Restaurant
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Pura Vita

Fremantle
Italian$$$$
5.4/628
Pura Vita

The Monk

Fremantle
Australian$$$$
4.8/69
The Monk

The Meating Ground - Fremantle

Fremantle
American$$$$
4.9/6346
The Meating Ground - Fremantle

Istanbul Turkish Restaurant

Fremantle
Turkish$$$$
5.5/634
Istanbul Turkish Restaurant

Vivisen Teahouse

Fremantle
Chinese$$$$
5.2/651
Vivisen Teahouse

The Darbar Indian Nepalese Restaurant - Fremantle

Fremantle
Indian$$$$
4.7/631
The Darbar Indian Nepalese Restaurant - Fremantle

Portorosa Cafe - Fremantle

Fremantle
Sicilian$$$$
5.1/625
Portorosa Cafe - Fremantle

The Modern Eatery - Fremantle

Fremantle
Japanese$$$$
5.8/680
The Modern Eatery - Fremantle

Wassup Dog Fremantle

Fremantle
American$$$$
Wassup Dog Fremantle
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    Perth's Fremantle restaurants: which to choose?

    If you love Italian cooking, then Perth's Fremantle area has lots of restaurants that are sure to pique your interest. At Portorosa on Market Street, for example, you can feast on rustic Sicilian recipes fragrant with white wine and sage. Or if you enjoy Turkish food, then there are places like Istanbul on Essex Street serving traditional dishes such as iskender kebab (layers of lamb and pita bread). Meanwhile for flavours closer to home, try venues such as Dreamia (also on Essex Street), where you can tuck into an array of flavoursome Australian fare including oysters Kilpatrick and crocodile spring rolls.