For a yummy time in Perth
The food scene at the Western Australian capital city has drooling for more
PERTH may have a reputation as one of the most expensive cities in Australia (after Sydney) but the food scene in this Western Australian capital city makes the extra expenses all worthwhile — well, almost.
If you’re on a budget, setting aside A$50 (RM163) for food per day is more than enough.
If you’re into the coffee scene, you’re in luck as good coffee can be found almost anywhere in Australia — even in smaller cafes.
For scrumptious and affordable food, head over to the farmers’ markets where you can sample fresh produce, like homemade goat cheese and organic fruit salad.
The key is to go slow and savour the many delicacies that Perth has got to offer.
EATING OUT IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
The Perth city centre is bursting at its seams with great gastronomic offerings, from trusty Aussie chains like ribs and burgers and quaint hipster cafes to specialty restaurants serving Asian, Middle Eastern and Continental cuisines.
If you’re looking for a starting point to begin your food adventure in the middle of the city, then William Street is the place to be.From 140 William Street, start your