Historic Restaurants Perth
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Perth has some of the best Historic 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 Historic Restaurants in Perth.
The Albion has existed since 1890 and is the reason the suburb of Cottesloe exists. Originally a stopover point on the long horse ride from the port city of Fremantle to the business center of Perth, the Albion boasts many historical features. Some of these feature include beautiful ceiling fans from New Orleans, Tiffany chandeliers, a luxuriously preserved Boardroom with original furnishings and old documents & photos adorning the walls. With its 10 fireplaces the Albion is the perfect cozy winter spot and can cater for any type of private function in one of the 3 rooms upstairs.
Lamonts Wine Store Cottesloe
Lamont’s Wine Store is a casual, “wine bar meets bistro” in Station Street Cottesloe where you can enjoy a glass of wine, a quick bite or a leisurely meal. On offer is an extensive Tapas menu featuring fresh WA seafood, Lamont’s famous duck parfait, some delicious vegetarian tastes and a great selection of simply prepared main courses including premium steaks. The wine list showcases the best international and national producers (as well as a full range of Lamont’s wines) much of which is imported direct from European cellars, all of which can be enjoyed in store or purchased for take – away. Specialist tastings feature regularly at Lamont’s Cottesloe with a dedicated private room seating 18 available for private bookings, corporate lunches and dinners. In the classic “European Enoteca” fashion you will be able to purchase all the wines on the wine list for takeaway as well as ordering your favourite styles to stock your cellar.