Chilli Orange North Perth is well known for superb modern Australian and Asian fusion cuisine – and for picking the boldest and best ingredients and matching them expertly in the same rice bowl. Chef Anthony Truong draws on years of culinary globetrotting to make this modern restaurant a surefire destination for curious foodies city-wide. Serving a wide range of dishes that find a perfect balance between sweet, salty and sour, this is one dining experience in North Perth that you don’t want to miss. Located in the retail complex on Angove Street, just up from the intersection with Fitzgerald Street, Chilli Orange Perth is easy to get to – and hard to leave.
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the food was absolutely superb. We will be back !
Fourth visit food is always tasty and of high standard. Staff friendly.
At North Perth’s Chilli Orange, the menu is brimming with colourful fusions of Asian, modern Australian and international dishes. You’ll find inspired takes on classics as well as mouthwatering chef’s recommendations – keep an eye out for the seared duck breast; scallops with grilled eggplant and Asian salad or the grilled swordfish. Though, we recommend kicking things off at Chilli Orange Perth with entrees like seared rare beef; free-range Linley Valley pork belly served with a plum and apricot sauce and san choy bow filled with minced chicken. This really is a the perfect Perth Asian fusion restaurant.
Chilli Orange’s innovative dishes, courtesy of the head chef Anthony Truong’s adventures, have been attracting the attention of Perth-based food critics and foodies in general – and it’s not hard to see why when you see what the mains are all about. We love the MSA-grade tenderloin served with teriyaki sauce and truffle oil; grilled fish of the day with green paw paw and an Asian herb salad or the flavoursome prawn pad Thai. Easy to reach from Fitzgerald Street and North Perth’s Angove Street, Chilli Orange is one popular restaurant, meaning advance reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.