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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Highgate has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues in Highgate via location, cuisine or features.
Mykonos Greek Restaurant
A touch of the Greek Islands right here at home.. Allow us to take you to the Mediterranean… the Aegean… The golden beaches and the azure blue skies… the white-washed villages, where every night is party night… the ambience, the friendly service & the plentiful and tasty cuisine, will transport you once again. At Mykonos we are people that are passionate about food, wine and service. We are always happy to accomodate any special needs you or your guests may have. Bon Apetit Καλη Ορεξη
Opened in November 2001, this convivial vinous establishment has quickly become part of the fabric of Beaufort Street. Behind the elegant 1930's façade a long, polished she-oak bar greets you with an enticing & very personal selection of wines, spirits and beers. The wine list features over 500 references, strongly representing the wines of France, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Austria, Argentina, USA, South Africa and beyond. A dozen whites and as many reds are poured by the glass – Riedel - as well as Sherries and digestives. A cocktail list includes the classics as well as some signature concoctions. The cuisine of Chef Russell Blaikie is seasonally based, contemporary with provincial French influences. The daily specials offer what produce is in its prime on any given day. Eat a few snacks at the bar or make a meal of it in the bistro, set over two levels with crisp white tablecloths and smart service to match. The mezzanine level can be converted into a private dining room for special events and if you really want something out of the ordinary, ask a waiter to take you upstairs to the Champagne Lounge. Seven minutes by taxi from Perth CBD
Neal Jackson was born in Nottingham, England, and began his cooking career as an apprentice at the Savoy Hotel in London. After continuing in London at The Caprice Restaurant, Neal moved to Australia in 1971 and quickly carved out a highly awarded reputation in regional WA restaurants before moving to Perth and opening Jackson’s in 1998. Neal’s understated and innovative style belies big flavours, a strong sense of humour and a highly intelligent and adventurous approach to food. He has been awarded a wide range of accolades in his time at the pinnacle of Perth dining, including Restaurant and Catering Institute of Australia’s National Award for the Best Modern Australian Restaurant, and is currently featured in Australian Gourmet Traveller’s Top 100 restaurants in Australia.