Perth’s Quarterdeck Dining has become a name synonymous with fresh, inventive Australian cuisine. This new kid on the block takes inspiration from the command centre of a ship known as the quarterdeck, the space where the captain steers his vessel. Much like a captain, the talented chefs at Quarterdeck Dining want to keep you afloat with their best. The location of this restaurant is fitting – you’ll find it right on the waterfront on The Palladio at the Mandurah Marina, just steps from Keith Holmes Reserve. Embark on your own culinary journey with a reservation at Quarterdeck Dining today.
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Can highly recommend Quarterdeck. Sitting outside on the boardwalk and protected from the SW winds. Desserts were amazing! Service was exceptional. Overall very good.
The service was excellent, the food good and the cost very reasonable. We had a great evening. We'll be back!
Overall a lovely place to eat, but if you want a lunch menu, don’t go before 12pm. We were there just after 11am due to needing to have an early lunch, and we had to order off the breakfast menu......was lovely food, but apparently you can’t order from the lunch menu until 12pm. The service was faultless, we had a wonderful waitress.
Located at the Mandurah Ocean Marina, Quarterdeck Dining is where you’ll find some of the most creative modern Australian dishes to come out of Perth. This waterfront restaurant on The Palladio offers a stunning setting for enjoying the finer things in life – namely fresh, delicious seafood, succulent grills and a selection of fine wines. The restaurant can be found within walking distance from Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Dolphin Quay Market, and the Town Centre, so stop by before or after a casual stroll around beautiful Mandurah.
Perhaps one of the best aspects of eating at Quarterdeck Dining is that you can always count on getting your money’s worth. The kitchen team here sources their products locally and regionally whenever possible, ensuring not only fresh food for guests, but also a mutually beneficial relationship with Perth’s farmers and producers. Mornings are a popular time to visit Quarterdeck Dining, and that’s thanks to its extensive breakfast menu packed with options like the classic avocado and feta smash, as well as the Spanish Skillet with chorizo, capiscum, oven roasted tomatoes, poached egg and hollandaise sauce. For lunch, Quarterdeck’s barramundi fillet with spiced pumpkin puree, braised fennel and lemon oil is a fine choice, best followed up with the chef’s special creme brûlée. So, what are you waiting for? Take a break from your fast-paced life and slow down with innovative modern Australian food and glass of wine at Quarterdeck Dining in Mandurah.