Venues

the shorehouse

Sprawling across 1900sqm of absolute beachfront, The Shorehouse’s end-to-end windows and sun-kissed deck grants every diner ocean views. With 600 wines on the award-winning wine list, WA’s best seafood sizzling in the kitchen and The Shorehouse mermaid winking from custom crockery, the only thing to do is choose. Perth’s most stylish dining experience on the coast, it’s a coveted space for ultra-premium, private events and exclusive celebrations.

Island Market

Perth’s only seaside venue sporting graffiti, neon and pink, Island Market shakes up what it means to dine waterside. Inspired by Greek, Turkish and Italian islands, its wine list is drawn predominantly from faraway isles, while its menu is decidedly Middle Eastern – complete with house-baked pita bread. A little quirk here, a little fun there, I/M earned one hat in the 2020 Good Food Guide Awards and two glasses in the 2022 Wine List of the Year Awards.

Kailis’ Fishmarket Cafe

Kailis’ Fish Market Café has transformed the traditional fish and chippery as we know it. Relaunched in 2018, it now combines a raw bar, seafood bbq and – unusually for fishing harbour venues – sophisticated drinks list alongside the much-loved deep fryers. Diners settle into New York City deli-inspired interiors as seagulls caw from harbour pylons and moored fishing boats bob, just metres away.

Canteen Trigg

Canteen defiantly ignores its beachside location and eschews the norms of the casual kiosk. Forget wraps and rolls, Canteen raises expectations with chef-prepared meals that are made-to-order; taken to go, or gobbled inside the buzzing, black and tan surrounds. A hip hangout with merch to match, Canteen is a pure expression of KHG’s desire to create new, never-to-be-replicated eating experiences.

Gibney

A sophisticated seaside brasserie & grill opening in March 2024.

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Magic Apple Wholefoods

Coming soon to Marine Parade.

Dutch

Coffee, açai and snacks – opening on Marine Parade, Cottesloe in 2024.