Perth’s best halal restaurants

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Whether you’re looking for the next spot to dine with pals, a quick and easy takeaway or to indulge in some decadent baked goods, we’ve found some of Perth’s best halal eateries .

Ria Ayam Penyet

Since humble beginnings as a streetside warung back in 1998, Indonesian eatery Ria has become a fixture across South-East Asia, expanding into Singapore in 2004, followed by Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong, and then Melbourne in 2013.

You’ll find plenty of grilled goodies on the menu, including temptingly sticky, caramelised beef ribs or succulent sticks of chicken satay – or dive into a plate of crispy fish dumplings. During cooler weather, we’re can’t help but eye off a big comforting bowl of soto betawi, a coconut beef soup served with crisp melinjo crackers.

417 Albany Highway, Victoria Park


Don Birria

Popping up at Scarborough Sunset Markets and the Scarborough Farmers Market, Don Birria has been the word on everyone’s lips since opening in 2020 – and since opening their bricks-and-mortar location in July 2022, it’s even easier to get your hands on that tasty, tasty goodness.

Succulent beef between a rich, consommé-dipped tortilla? Gooey, toasty quesadillas? Our mouths are watering just thinking about it. 

Don Birria Tacos to open on Walcott Street, Mount Lawley

3/80 Walcott Street, Mount Lawley


7grams

We’ve had an influx of Korean fried chicken spots over the past few years, and we’re definitely not complaining. 7grams has quietly built a loyal following since its opening in 2016 in North Perth, before moving to their current digs closer to Northbridge. For ultra crunch go for the original, but the spicy garlic or soy are pretty hard to pass up, too.

7grams Korean fried chicken Perth

212 Lake Street, Perth


Manise Cafe

Arguably an institution at this point, Manise Cafe is unassumingly perched at the top end of William Street. The eating house’s menu is kind not just to your tastebuds, but your wallet, with plenty of options under $20 to be found. Portions are huge and the flavours even bigger.

Shop 2/449 William Street, Northbridge


Tempayan

While a few of these favourites are much more takeaway-focused, Tempayan make the most of the dine-in experience. Settle in for a night of big flavours, Indonesian coffee and WA wine, as well as some pretty impressively presented dishes. If you’ve got a big event or celebration coming up, hit up the restaurant for their tumpeng – it’s a sight to behold!

78 Terrace Road, East Perth


De Honey Charcoal Grilled

One of our fixation foods of 2022, the intoxicating charcoal aromas and juicy skewers of De Honey have us coming back time after time after time. While the food courts and markets that you’ll find this satay stall at aren’t the most illustrious settings to dine, their deliciousness far outweighs any want for formality.

De Honey Satay Wembley, Morley, Gosnells

Gosnells Railway Markets, 5 Fremantle Road, Gosnells
Cambridge International Food Court, 350 Cambridge Street, Wembley
Coventry Village, 243 Walter Road W, Morley


Banana Bro

Show us a banana leaf, and our tastebuds start tingling. Banana Bro are all about feasting with friends, with huge banana leaf spreads that showcase Malaysian flavours: masala, varuval, plus moreish sides like chicken 65 or sambal tofu. Just make sure to eat it with your hands, and with some teh tarik to wash it all down!

1/955 Albany Highway, Victoria Park


Butter Crumbs

After a brief 18-month stint in Inglewood, Butter Crumbs has finally moved into a permanent space in Mount Lawley – and it couldn’t have come soon enough. Baking in small batches, there’s a reason they’ve been a cult hit since their early days at the Mount Claremont Farmers’ Market. Comforting pies (both sweet and savoury) are a must, as is the burnt Basque cheesecake – although you’ll also see some pretty tempting seasonal offerings.

1/669 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley


Dapur Van Java

While you can certainly get your popular Indonesian fare at Dapur Van Java (your satays, your nasi gorengs), you’ll find it hard to limit yourself to the classics with their extensive menu. Tahu telur goreng and gado gado will keep the vegos more than happy, but we can’t resist some grilled beef ribs. One of the best to do it in the delicious suburb of Victoria Park.

1 Leonard Street, Victoria Park


Le Marrakech

Taste the flavours of Morocco in one of Le Marrakech’s tender tagines. Previously located in the Swan Valley, the restaurant moved to the delicious surrounds of Vic Park in November 2022, bringing their warm spices and even warmer service to the big smoke.

305-307 Albany Highway, Victoria Park

Cover image: Ria Ayam Penyet

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