Breakfast, lunch and dinner, in and around Perth Hub
Breakfast, lunch and dinner, in and around Perth Hub
In recent years, Perth’s culinary scene has seen an influx of new talent and influence from flavours around the world. The lucky residents of our Perth Hub apartments will be able to experience the assorted flavours of the city with ease with three of the best dining precincts conveniently located within walking distance.
Here are some mouth-watering options close to home to carry you through all hours of the day.
Just around the corner from Perth Hub, Kings Square on Telethon Avenue is a mixed use space comprising of office buildings, lush inner city gardens and a brilliant range of dining attractions.
For breakfast, brunch or a quick lunch, make your way to Brewha Cafe for a hearty meal and a quality cup of coffee. Our favourites are the Buttermilk Chicken Schnitzel and Chilli Con Carne. They also offer delicious plant based options like the Jackfruit Vegan Pie, that has been known to entice even the most enthusiastic of meat eaters.
During the winter months, there is nothing better than a piping hot bowl of noodles and soup. Kings Square is home to the award winning Japanese ramen chain Ippudo, that has set up shop in major cities around the world. The rich broth of their trademark Creamy Tonkotsu Ramen will have you feeling revitalised after a long day while the spicy minced pork of the Karaka-Men never fails to provide that extra kick.
For a night of extended fun, there is no better place than the multi-story gastro pub/nightclub, Market Grounds. Its menu is an elevated take on the usual pub fare, with wood fired gourmet pizzas and expertly cooked mains like the 12 Hour Roast Lamb Shoulder. To quench your thirst, take your pick from the 14 varieties of beers on tap, or browse their sprawling list wine list. Every Saturday, Market Grounds stays open until 2am so you can dance the night away to beats by the best DJs in Western Australia.
Upon leaving your Perth Hub apartment, take a turn at King Street off Wellington Street and you will find yourself in one of Perth’s premium destinations for luxury shopping. The King Street Precinct is not just fashion houses and boutiques, but also the perfect destination for your Monday morning coffee or Friday night dinner and drinks.
Start your day at La Veen Coffee’s King Street shop located in a picturesque heritage red brick building. Fuel up with the signature La Veen Rosti or tuck into a refreshing Acai Bowl for a lighter option. Don’t forget to grab a coffee before you go, La Veen’s coffee is ethically sourced across all levels of the supply chain.
If you are looking for something a little out of the box, The Mess at Uncle Joes is where you need to be. Take in some sunshine and greenery during your lunch break at this funky garden cafe located behind the popular King Street barber. Their eclectic menu can range from Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwiches to a classic Eggs Benedict Bagel. We particularly love their selection freshly baked muffins that are ideal to takeaway for an afternoon snack.
For a casual night out with friends, drop in to Varnish on King for a taste of American Whiskey. Their extensive whiskey menu is accompanied by an equally impressive selection of specialty bacon and finger foods. For those who are new to the world of whiskey, they hold a 101 masterclass on the first monday of every month so that you can brush up on your knowledge.
If you are still feeling peckish walk over to Old Faithful Bar & BBQ, Perth’s first traditional American BBQ smokehouse. Their succulent cuts are soaked in brine for up to 12 hours before being seasoned and spiced with classic American flavours and Australian native spices.
Feeling adventurous? Venture down the street to encounter even more exotic flavours. Get a taste of Spain at the Ascua Spanish Grill and Heno & Rey Tapas Bar. Other notable mentions include Chee Tayeb for modern Lebanese cuisine and the Belgian Beer Cafe for a European inspired experience.
A walk from Perth Hub down Wellington Street will take you to Yagan Square located right by the Perth Central Train Station and the Perth Bus Port. Yagan Square is a reflection of the innovative and cosmopolitan nature of Perth’s culinary scene with restaurants offering both authentic foreign fares as well as fusion menus.
Named after Australia’s first Chinese settler, John Pong Shying, Shy John provides a delectable Yum Cha experience. Though typically eaten for brunch (as is Cantonese tradition), we are also partial to having our Yum Cha for dinner, switching out the tea for aromatic cocktails and beer from Shy John’s very own brewery.
Kill two cravings in one lunch break! If you have a love for toasties and a love for curry, Toast My Curry serves Indian curry toasties so you can have the best of both worlds and experience familiar tastes in brand new ways.
Finish up the day like they do in Japan with a trip to Hiss & Smoke x Godzilla Kare. Wash the day away with their range of hot sake alongside flame charred yakitori and flavourful curry, guaranteed to make you feel like you are in a cozy street side diner on the other side of the ocean.
If you are feeling fancy, head to Ficus Perth for an elegant modern Australian menu crafted from locally sourced produce. Standouts include their Fresh Market Fish served atop a bed of crushed peas, fennel, avocado and cherry tomato salad, and their picture perfect Black Olive Ravioli.
Our Perth Hub development is a foodie’s paradise. Its central and connected location means that within minutes, you can be at one of the three food and drink precincts nearby. Whether you are looking to try something new, indulge in comfort food, grab your morning coffee or have a night on the town, you are sure to find the perfect spot just a short walk from home.
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