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Eat and drink

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Fremantle has long been the centre of alfresco dining, great food and a mind boggling number of ways to drink coffee. You will find small bars, pop up bars, restaurants, breweries, cafes, tapas bars and bakeries all over the city.

Visitors will find a cosmopolitan range of food styles to choose from including Indian curry and Italian pasta, Japanese sushi and Asian stir-fry – and of course some great Mod-Oz cuisine, featuring succulent beef, lamb and seafood.

The restaurants around Fishing Boat Harbour serve some of the best freshly-caught local fish visitors can taste, anywhere from traditional fish and chips to more upmarket seafood dining. Also located at Fishing Boat Harbour is the newly opened Bathers Beach House, Perth's only absolute beachfront restaurant and bar, just three steps from the beautiful white sands of bathers beach in the heart of Fremantle.

Along the Cappuccino Strip of there’s a wide variety of cafés and restaurants with outdoor tables and shady sun umbrellas – the perfect place to relax with a coffee, enjoy a meal and taste some local Western Australian wines.

Located in an old Fremantle warehouse space is the very popular Bread in Common where the focus is on communal dining and sharing locally sourced seasonal produce. 

Fremantle is the home of WA craft beer with award winning boutique breweries and a huge selection of WA craft beers on tap in many pubs including Little Creatures at Fishing Boat Harbour; The Monk Brewery and Kitchen and Sail & Anchor inner city pubs; and Blacksalt at Salt on the Beach.

Download a copy of The Fremantle story magazine to keep up to date with all things Freo. In this edition our writers introduce you to ‘a taste of Freo’ highlighting new restaurants and bars. We uncover two emerging precincts on the outskirts of the city, the village style Wray Avenue and the gorgeous North Fremantle. There are some amazing discount vouchers too!

For the full Fremantle eat and drink story head over to Fremantle story to discover the many culinary delights.

Fremantle Visitor Centre | Website : www.visitfremantle.com.au | Telephone number : +618 9431 7878