Best Steakhouses in Perth

Best Steaks in Perth
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Below is a list of the top and leading Steakhouses in Perth. To help you find the best Steakhouses located near you in Perth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Perth’s Best Steakhouses:

The top rated Steakhouses in Perth are:

  • BWG Steakhouse
  • The Meat & Wine Co
  • Fibber McGee’s

BWG Steakhouse

BWG Steakhouse was founded by Chef Chris Taylor in 2003 as Bluewater Grill. After some time, he decided to renamed it with the aim to build new image of the restaurant. With his skills and years of experience, he meticiously create delectable dishes that features their signature steaks. The location of BWG Steakhouse is perfect for simple late lunch to private corporate and wedding events.

Products/Services:

Breakfast Menu, Side Dishes, Olives, Chorizo, Buffalo Chicken Wings, Seafood Platter, Grilled Rib Eye, Grilled Sirloin, Grilled Scotch Fillet, Grilled Eye Fillet, Roasted Lamb, Black Angus Beef, Champagne, Ice Cream

LOCATION:

Address: 58 Duncraig Rd, Applecross WA 6153
Phone: (08) 9315 7700
Website: www.bwgsteakhouse.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Fantastic selection of steaks and other menu items that just make the night simply sumptuous! Being able to book the private room for our family and friends function made it even more special. Great service to boot.” – Bao Le

The Meat & Wine Co

The Meat & Wine Co was established in 2000 with the purpose to deliver highest quality of service to all people. With their premium meats and produce, they guarantee that people who drop by in their place would be 100% satisfied with their delicious meals. Along with their wide range of food menus, they also offer a variety of wines and champagnes that best matches their meals. If customer is not a regular eater of steak, they have professional staff who would make recommendations in choosing the ideal drinks for his chosen meal. With the combination of great ambiance, delectable food, and accommodating staff, customers would surely be back to experience more dishes of The Meat & Wine Co.

Products/Services:

Oysters, Wagyu Tartare, Salmon Tartare, Caviar, Wagyu Bresaola, Biltong, Skewered Beef, Skewered Prawn & Beef, Skewered Salmon, Skewered Portuguese Chicken, Skewered Kangaroo, Sides & Salads, Sauces, Slow-Cooked Ribs, Burger, Lasagne, Kids Menu, Crème Brûlée, Chocolate Fondant, Affogato, Dom Pedro, Whiskey, Halal

LOCATION:

Address: 108 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000
Phone: (08) 6163 8880
Website: www.themeatandwineco.com

REVIEWS:

“Can’t fault the food or the service. The meat was cooked to perfection and Sarah who served us knew the menu incredibly well. If you have a small appetite you may just want to have the meat with the additional items and see how you go for sides as they are large servings too. Dessert is also quite large too. Perfect for a romantic night.” – Chris de Haer

Fibber McGee’s

Fibber McGee’s offers genuine Irish food that highlights their high quality steaks and other vegetarian meals. With more than two decades in the industry, they have earned the reputation to serve premium and healthy meals. To better serve their customers, they started to establish their own farm that enables them to handpick fresh ingredients. Being an advocate in organic farming, they strive to provide good nutritious foods to all locals of Western Australia.

Products/Services:

Beers, Cider, Sparkling & Champagne, White Wine, Rose Wine, Red Wine, Steak Sandwich, Irish Pork Sausages, Chicken Fillet Burger, Fish & Chips, Chorizo, Salads, Braised Lamb Shank, Quarter Pound Beef Burger, Dry Aged Rib- Eye steak, Dry Aged Fillet Steak, Dry Aged Sirloin Steak, Dry Aged Rump Steak, Dry Aged Medallions of Dry Aged Beef, Pudding, Ice Cream

LOCATION:

Address: 711 Newcastle St, Leederville WA 6007
Phone: 0459 922 008
Website: www.fibbermcgees.com.au

REVIEWS:

“A big claim to make but THE BEST STEAK IN PERTH! It’s a shame they no longer have the St James Gate black stuff on tap but I keep coming back for the food. Very friendly staff as well. See you again soon.” – Ian Donnelly

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