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Serving modern Asian food made with tradition in mind, Pachi Pachi offers guests an unparalleled dining experience in Perth’s inner south eastern suburb of Victoria Park. Whether you’re stopping by for breakfast, lunch or dinner, we highly recommend the tasty chicken nanban, crispy Hong Kong egg waffle stack, as well as the barramundi and eggplant red curry with rice. Make sure to bring a big appetite when you visit one of our favourite restaurants along the Albany Highway, and don’t forget to reserve in advance!
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Great food at a great price. Love the place. Thank you.
I went there to have all you can eat chicken wings Tuesday but after the first serve of say 16-20 wings they ran out. They did try to rectify the issue but seriously, I thought they could have done better. The service was slow but they were nice still I think they could have done better. I was there for wings but there wasn’t wings. The food was pretty good but I was there for wings. Overall, disappointing. Won’t recommend you to go there on a Tuesday.
It is too hard to pick a favourite dish here. Everything I've tasted is delicious.
Make a stop for outstanding modern Asian cuisine on the Albany Highway at Pachi Pachi, a laid-back spot that serves up flavours of the Far East with a Down Under twist. Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and situated just a stone’s throw from Perth’s city centre – Victoria Park and Carlisle stations are both nearby – Pachi Pachi is an excellent choice for a fabulous meal and genuinely warm service before a night out on the town.
Mornings here typically begin with a comforting bowl of salted egg and chicken congee – a traditional Asian breakfast staple comprising salted duck egg white, scallion, coriander, sliced chicken and Chinese churros – while afternoons are the best time to fill up on the restaurant’s Japanese beef stew curry, or opt for the chicken karaage bento set if you’d prefer having some crispy goodness. Come evening time, Pachi Pachi transforms into a popular haunt among Perth locals, most of whom flock here for the best-selling items from its signature range, such as the orange beef and the yuzu mayo tempura prawn. Don’t miss out on the golden opportunity to score a table at this Victoria Park hotspot by booking ahead.
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