Subiaco is known for its suburban tranquility and open parklands - it’s an inner city haven complete with great shops and a killer food scene. Here in ‘Subi’ you’re bound to find a tasty meal that will satisfy any food craving. There are cheap eats and up market establishments, burger bars and brushed up brasseries. We’ve scanned Subi’s busy centre, Hay Street and Rokeby Road, to find some of the best Subiaco restaurants - go on, take your pick!
At Lanna Thai on bustling Hay Street they’ve taken extra special care with every detail. From the beautifully decorated wooden setting, down to the elaborate china on the table tops - what can we say, the decor is beautiful. They specialise in soups and currys, but also do a fantastic stir fry or two.
Journey just a little further along Hay Street is Metro Indian, serving up delectable Indian dishes at a great price. The majority of mains are under $25 and they’ve got all your spicy favourites.
If it’s pizza you’re after, you’ll find a cracking one at Woodpecker’s. At this Subiaco eatery they’re pumping out gourmet wood fired pizzas, using tantalising toppings. And it's free to bring BYO (winner!). The contemporary pizza menu includes topping combos like Italian sausage, olive, chilli and herb pizza or beef, red onion, wood fired tomato, eggplant and chili. These tasty toppings ensure every pizza experience is an exciting one.
If you’re feeling like a night of Mediterranean fare George’s Meze have got you covered. This quaint little eatery is serving traditional Greek and Mediterranean dishes that will have you begging for more. Dine in the elegant dining room or under the stars in the al fresco courtyard - you can’t go wrong with the moussaka and stewed goat with veg.
If you’re looking for a dining experience that’s like no other try Lapa Brazilian for fun and excellent fare. Enjoy the best and most traditional Brazilian barbecue dishes in Perth in an all you can eat style service known as a ‘Rodizio’ or dine a la carte - the choice is yours. This is a great place to come with friends and family (just make sure you wear your strectchy pants!)
Author: Georgia Smail, dimmi Chief Food Writer.
Image source: Lapa Brazillian