Leading the modern Asian scene for the past three years in Perth, Low Key sets out to debunk many of the myths surrounding Asian cuisine. Referencing family recipes from Malaysia and Vietnam as well as a host of dishes from other Asian countries, there’s a strong focus on street food cooked on charcoal. Coupled with a bespoke cocktail list broken down into sweet, salty, sour and spicy, as well as wine and beers from both local and abroad, the restaurant is a fun and irreverent take on authentic Asian food.
Coming from a hole in the wall coffee window at Perth’s favourite Greek restaurant, Filos and Yiros by Brika brings you the tastiest Greek street eats in town!
Leading the Greek-street-food charge is the yiros: a fluffy pita filled with lamb (slow-cooked in an oven), chicken or pork (rotisserie cooked over charcoal), tomato, onion, tzatziki and – the real genius move – hand-cut chips. You’ll also be able to get haloumi, patates and a few other sides to keep you going.
Welcome to The Sandbar Scarborough Beach!! Located right outside the iconic clock tower roundabout at number 1 Scarborough Beach Road, The Sandbar has been around since August 2013. Recently undergoing major renovations, The Sandbar has a dedicated function bar, restaurant area and stunning bar area that overlooks our beautiful Scarborough Beach.
Locally owned and operated, The Sandbar is open from 7am until late 7 days a week – for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
In a pre-opening exclusive at The Landing Festival, Mejico will bring modern Mexican street foods to Elizabeth Quay. The Mejico menu features a range of tapas, plus the best soft shell tacos in town!
Like every good Mexican joint, Tequila is not forgotten! Neighbouring Escobar are bringing a shot of Mexico to Elizabeth Quay with a bag full of limes and a pinch of salt. Come sip on a cold Margarita in their little cartel bar, talk shop with your friends and send someone off to grab you a taco!
Perth’s first Asian roasting house, snack joint and bar all rolled into one. Where Chinese roasted duck, candied pork belly noodles and cola marinaded skewers sit side by side with one of the city’s most eclectic Asian influenced cocktail lists. Channelling a feel and ambience reminiscent of a prohibition style bar in the Shanghai 1920s, Daintys sets the scene for something special every night.
Drift Kitchen is the newest addition to the Scarborough neighbourhood, with silky smooth coffee and a wide range of take away food to suit all taste buds. Good and Evil! Whether you are craving a healthy salad bowl, bagels and sandwiches or mouth watering wood-fired pizzas, Drift Kitchen has something for everyone.
Equipped with a state of the art wood fired pizza oven, at The Landing Festival Drift Kitchen will be whipping up pizzas are nothing but delicious. Thin, crispy bread bases with only the freshest toppings.