Quality Suites Crest Mandurah
1 The Palladio
Mandurah, WA 6210
Phone: (61) 08 95835710
Fax: (61) 08 95815838
Located at the delightful Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbor, the Mussel Bar offers a pleasant ambiance, great food and a fun setting. The decor reflects a sleek, minimal and chic style that complements the location nicely. Mussels feature prominently on the menu. Enjoy Mussel Chowder, Chardonnay Mussels, Tropical or Thai Mussels or perhaps a Mussel Salad. Other choices include a selection of seafood dishes, such as Scampi with Curried Zucchini Spaghetti and White Asparagus and meat dishes, such as Beef Fillet with Onion, Sweet Potato and Jerusalem Artichoke. Please check the website for open hours.
Established in 1928 by fishmongers GP Kailis, this market is a local institution inducted into the Western Australian Tourism Hall of Fame. Always a hub of activity, Kailis offers a takeaway or eat-in menu, a bar, dessert bar and they also sell fresh seafood. The outdoor eating area overlooks the delightful Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour; watch for the seagulls! Of course, the specialty is seafood.
A Fremantle favorite; great food, great coffee and a great place to sit and watch the world go by. Artwork portraying some well-known and not so well-known locals, line the interior walls. Try the Colazione alla Boscaiola (bushman's breakfast) which includes steak, eggs, baked beans and Italian-style toast. The menu features an inexpensive pasta range, great pizzas, delicious salads and a top selection of coffee and cake.
Stopover at Red Spoon to relish their delicious frozen yoghurt. This funky spot with its fake lawn and deck chairs also offers you tasters, so you can choose what you want to indulge in. From varying cup size to choice toppings, you can have this dessert without any guilt trip. These include flavors like Green Apple, Lemon, Chocolate, Peach with Raspberry and Meringue, and the Original.
Founded in the late 1980s, the Dome Cafe in Fremantle is exceedingly popular. The decor is relaxed, with wooden floorboards and painted tiles on the walls. The restaurant provides diners with magazines and newspapers to read. Coffee of all types is the restaurant chain's main specialty but meals are also available. Recommended are the Porcini Mushroom Risotto and the linguini with crab, oregano, tomato and olive oil. This restaurant is fully licensed.
In January 1995 Perth's second Rosie O'Grady's opened in Fremantle. Rosie's caters to weddings, twenty-first birthdays and business seminars. It boasts three function rooms and four separate bar areas. The main bar features live music every Friday night, there is also the Curragh and garden bars as well as a brasserie. Food includes garlic mushrooms, Thai squid salad and Fremantle seafood platter. Check website for hours and other details. Mondays through Thursdays, Rosie's opens its doors at 12p.
Take the friendliest country pub add a city chef's panache, fresh local seafood and fine acoustic sounds. Mix them with the charm of the Irish and you might get a place like Clancy's. The dining area has quirky seashore motifs and the homey back veranda, shaded by gum trees, is a family space where children play. Sunday afternoon music sessions are the height of conviviality. Great live music on weekend nights too! To eat? Seafood of course. Everything from fish and chips to a laden seafood platter.
This peaceful cafe and restaurant located on Victoria Quay has won several gold plate awards for its excellent service and cuisine. Decorated with wooden furniture, palms and Indonesian artwork, the interior exudes a pleasant ambiance while the outdoor seating area overlooks the harbor. Light meals include wedges, nasi sate and stir fried baby squid. Soups, salads, rice and noodle dishes are also available. The karee icon and the Javanese Fish Sizzle come highly recommended. The delicious range of desserts includes peach and pear delight and kue kelapa. Please check the website for open hours.
Sunday sessions here feature live music upstairs and DJs downstairs. Alternatively weekdays offer a more peaceful atmosphere. Originally built in 1889, this rennovated riverfront home attracts a dynamic crowd. The fully licensed brasserie offers an eclectic evening menu.
This riverside venue, the Red Herring has won numerous awards including the "Best Restaurant in Fremantle" in the American Express awards and the Gold Plate in the Seafood Category. The site is elegantly styled to complement the superb location. Chef Kevin McCabe changes the menu according to the season. Examples include the Moroccan spiced corn-fed chicken with eggplant relish, coriander yogurt sauce and the red curry barramundi with spiced prawns and kumara.
Il Ciao Ristorante Pizzeria is a hidden gem in the suburb of Applecross. Tucked away next to the post office, the food served here is just terrific! The setting is relaxed, despite its location on the busy Canning Highway. The dining area includes both an indoor and undercover outdoor eating area. Do not miss the pizzas, superbly toasted in a wood-fired oven. Try the quattro stagioni with tomato, mozzarella, artichoke, grilled capsicum, eggplant and mushrooms.
The city skyline is on show for diners at the Coco's Restaurant, with the balcony area featuring as the popular seating choice. The large windows ensure city views from almost all sections of the restaurant. The semi-circular bar proves an interesting feature. The menu changes daily but has included dishes such as snapper, prawn and scallop pieces in a creamy salmon risotto with sun-dried tomatoes, sugar snap peas and shaved parmesan. The restaurant is fully licensed. This restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday from 9a till late. And on Sunday the restaurant starts from 8a till late.