Perth’s seafood lovers are in for a real treat at Grab A Yabby, a fun and delicious restaurant on Beaufort Street. Put on your bib and plastic gloves and get tucked right into the speciality yabby and other treats from the sea. Not a fan of seafood? Have no fear, you’ll find plenty of other choices on the menu too, from burgers to juicy steaks. A messy but extremely mouthwatering dining experience, Grab A Yabby attracts visitors from all over Perth to its Mount Lawley location. Spaces are known to fill up fast though, so be sure of snagging a table by making your reservation in advance!
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The food was delicious, great service will return next time
The food was absolutely Devine. Service was excellent. Enjoyed the whole dining experience.
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One of Australia’s most unique seafood dining experiences, Grab A Yabby started off as a single restaurant in Melbourne and is now making waves over here in Perth too, with a location on Mount Lawley’s Beaufort Street. After getting kitted out in your bib and gloves, and being provided with a hammer so you can dig into your seafood the proper way – knives and forks are only available here by request – you’ll be more than ready to tackle the incredible seafood ahead. First of all choose your seafood – options include everything from the signature yabby to Alaskan king crab, Morton Bay bugs, banana prawns and tropical lobster – then take your pic from xo sauce, garlic butter, or the Grab A Yabby special sauce, influenced by Cajun cooking.
As well as heaps of premium seafood, also on the menu at Grab A Yabby you’ll find an array of sliders, grilled salmon, scotch steak, wings, BBQ pork ribs and other favourites, meaning there is something for all of the family. Pair your meal with a signature cocktail like The Pink Crusher (a fusion of lychee liqueur, cointreau and moscato in a blend of raspberry ice with strawberry). Is your mouth watering? Book a table at Grab A Yabby in Perth’s Mount Lawley now.