Tuesday, June 25, 2024

The Hidden Gems of Beaufort Street

Beaufort St, Perth

Cafes Near You

Perth’s Beaufort Street precinct spans 6 kilometres and 3 uber cool suburbs packed with cafes, restaurants, parks, and boutiques. There’s a lot to see. To help you navigate your way through this urban delight, here’s your guide to a cafe near you – some of the street’s hidden gems – along with being some of the best eateries in the city.

Clarences Company Store: 566 Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

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If you’re looking for atmosphere and character, the ever so grungy Clarences Company Store has got you covered. Think New Orleans-inspired jazz bar, full of deep greens, brass instruments and sophisticated whiskey cocktails. The menu has been designed to showcase the seductive lures of American-style cooking, integrating and emphasising local produce. Indulge in a romantic date night, or bring your whole crew so you can pick out one of everything off the menu.

Eda Izakaya: 620 Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

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Indulge in Eda Izakaya – a traditionally inspired, modern Japanese restaurant offering bright coloured food, and remarkable cocktails. Their fresh, locally sourced ingredients should not be missed. Treat your tastebuds to the charcoal grilled Wagyu skewers, sourced daily from Margaret River, or the scallops and king prawns straight from the pristine waters of Shark Bay.

El Publico: 511 Beaufort street, Highgate

Fabulous Mexican at El Publico - a caffe near you in Beaufort St

Undoubtedly the best Mexican spot in town, El Publico is authentic, energetic and has the best set-up for a night of sharing between friends. For groups of 10 or more, pick up the ‘Feed Me’ option, which is $60 per head and includes something from every part of the menu, PLUS a Tommy’s Margarita. The tacos are phenomenal and the service is great.  Definitely not to be missed!

Mac Daddy’s: 560 Beaufort street, Mt Lawley

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Perth’s leading New York style pizzeria brings the flavour, the vibes AND the size. You can order anything from a 16 inch, to a 22 inch, to a whopping 28-inch pizza. Serving up the city’s biggest pizzas means bringing your biggest crew together, to tackle the insanely cool, mouth-watering goodness.  You’ll have to check out their bottomless Pizza and Cocktail Brunch!

Sinamon: 76 Walcott street, Mt

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Dedicated to warm, buttery, sweet cinnamon buns, Sinamon has turned everyone’s favourite bun into a sinfully delicious treat.  Variations include Salted Caramel and Toffee with Cashews and Triple Hazelnut with Ferrero Rocher, but you might find it hard to go past their Sticky Date and Walnut. Tucked into the side of local landmark the Astor Theatre, just off Beaufort St, these guys have applied Masterchef techniques to the humble cinnamon with precision. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, try anything they’re offering – it’s bound to satisfy!

Solo Pasta: 628 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley

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Italian with a twist – dishes are customised to your taste. Build your own, starting with 3 metres of fresh, homemade pappardelle in either a classic, beetroot or spinach flavouring. Then, choose your sauce from a selection of tomato, cream or olive oil bases. Zoodles (zucchini noodles), gluten free and vegan options are available too. This is pasta like you’ve never had it before.

3 Sisters: 8/609 Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

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Stop everything – this has PERTH’S TASTIEST BANH MI.  Noodle bowls, traditional beef pho or vegan pho, all dishes are packed with flavour and guaranteed to be filling. Just off Beaufort Street in the IGA carpark, entry is off Chelmsford Rd.

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