Celebrating 25 Years of Award Winning Brews
Originally established in 1903 as the Freemasons Hotel, the Sail & Anchor was redeveloped in 1985 as one of Australia's first pub breweries. During its illustrious 25 year history, this Freo icon has successfully developed an internationally renowned beer portfolio.
Enjoy an award winning hand-crafted brew and meal whilst being entertained in the comfort of the bar, cocktail lounge, courtyard café restaurant or balcony. Several function facilities are also available to cater for all your party or business needs.
Seasonal and festive ‘Brewer’s choice’ handcrafted beers in a wide variety of styles are always a popular addition to the medal winning favourites available on tap direct from the on-site brewing facilities including;
• India Pale Ale
• Brass Monkey Stout
• Sail Blonde Wheat Beer
• Fremantle Pilsner
• Chilli Beer (seasonal)
• Xocoatl Porter (festive)
So if you’re after a great beer, food, cocktails and a place to enjoy all the Fremantle action, make the Sail and Anchor a regular stop in your calendar.
Filled with vibrant colours and somewhat “fishy” decor Clancy’s attracts a diverse crowd of people…Musos, office workers, artists, scholars, outdoor sporty types, professionals, local yocals, travellers, young, old and those somewhere inbetween flock to Clancy’s Freo with a common bond….to socialise. After work drinks on Friday, a business lunch on Wednesday, coffee after the movies, a cone of chips after the game, or Gran’s birthday dinner. There’s always something going on at the pub. Be entertained by our fabulous live music line up, test your knowledge at the trivia night on Tuesdays, or hang out the back while the kids run wild in the enclosed park.
Welcome to Moondyne Joe's Bar and Cafe! We're located only a short stroll from Fremantle's famous Cappuccino Strip. Our restaurant and bottle shop have something for everyone. We have a Lounge Bar and Bistro with light entertainment. Check out our Sports Bar, equipped with a big screen tv (with numerous TVs at vantage points around the bar), pool tables, and a TAB betting facility.
Visit our superbly ranged bottleshop which includes imported beers & a vast range of South West wines, premium and cellar stock. We look forward to seeing you for a drink or a meal soon!
The Norfolk Hotel is a Fremantle icon, that has been the social hub of the harbour city since opening as Oddfellows Hotel in 1887. Re-modelled, and re-opened, as the Norfolk Hotel almost 100 years later in preparation for the America’s Cup defence, the corner pub is still the most engaging, eclectic and entertaining destination in Freo. Offering quality food, wine & beer, convenient & comfortable accommodation, and the best intimate live & original venue in Fremantle, the Norfolk has the total package. Located in the heart of Fremantle, within easy walking distance of all major attractions, the historic pub features the best limestone-walled, alfresco courtyard in Perth.
The Norfolk is a ritual for the locals, and a must for the visitor. We’ve grown up with our mature crowd and continually attract the next generation. The Norfolk Hotel really is something for everyone.
The Orient Restaurant in the Heritage Room on the first floor of the Orient is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, serving modern Australian cuisine in an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere. Our wine list boasts great Australian wines as well as fine French champagnes, all perfectly matched to our new menu, from recently appointed head chef Aaron Kingdom.
Ideal for a quick business lunch or a leisurely meal with friends, the Restaurant is also available for functions. Download a functions package and our menus, or go to the Contact page and let us know what event we can help you plan.
For the ultimate in real seafood, try Joe's seafood basket. Feast on beer battered fish, squid rings, crumbed scallops, crab stick and a ton of chips, whilst you enjoy one of the finest harbour views in Fremantle. And if that doesn't fill you up, try one of Joe's delicious ice creams for desert. And because Joe wants to spoil you while you eat and enjoy the view, he's even bought sun umbrellas to keep you cool. Ahh bless him!
The Mussel Bar Restaurant sits directly over the water in Fremantle famous Fishing Boat Harbour.
Smell the fresh sea air and take in the spectacular views over a pre-dinner drink as you anticipate the enjoyment of one of this historic port cities finest seafood restaurants.
Our menu offers a range of exotic seafood dishes created by our award winning chefs, utilizing the freshest produce available including mussels, crayfish, scallops, prawns and of course the day’s best catch, along with a creative selection of non seafood dishes including vegetarian meals.
We are also happy to cater for any special dietary requirements that you or your guests may have. To complement your dining experience our wine list showcases some of the best and most exclusive wines from around Australia & New Zealand.
Enjoy an icy cold beer, pre-dinner drink, tempting cocktail or coffee and cake available daily.
Now with live entertainment, relax and unwind with the sounds of Clancy Trichet and an accompanying pianist. Performing live on Friday and Saturday evenings as well as Sunday afternoons enjoy a variety of music styles including jazz, pop, R&B and ballads. Song requests are welcome.
Char Char Bull Restaurant, in Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour offers diners fabulous water views, indoor and outdoor seating, great local wine list & some of the best food to be found in Freo.
Specialising in char grilled prime beef, steaks cuts have been specially selected from year old Murray Grey beef.
For tender flavourful steaks, gourmet pizzas, lamb, pork Char Char Bull Restaurant has it all. For those of you who enjoy local seafoods that Fishing Boat Harbour is famous for, you won’t be disappointed. Local fish, prawns, oysters & mussels are all on the menu and treated with the care they deserve.
Dine in the ambience of this distinctively designed restaurant in Fremantle whilst enjoying our famous international buffet, tempting you with every course. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Fully licensed.
The buffet now includes pizza and pasta from the chef’s kitchen and a new coffee and ice cream bar. The buffet of our Fremantle restaurant also offers an incredible variety of hot and cold dishes, including seafood and a range of salads. You can enjoy the famous international smorgasbord and be assured of memorable dining and attentive service in the courtyard garden and poolside setting.
Reservations for the Atrium Garden Restaurant are essential. It is particularly recommended that you reserve your table for special events (eg. Melbourne Cup, New Year's Eve) to avoid disappointment.
Whether it be sensational seafood, prime Western Australian beef or something for the health conscious diner; blended with fine wines and superb service, you will experience it all at Panache on the Terrace.
You can now light up your night with some sensational desserts from our Flambé Trolley cooked right at your table. Soak up the wonderful atmosphere of Panache on the Terrace as the expert Maitre De cooks dessert at your table. The rich aromas of our Flambéd “Crepes Suzette “or “Butterscotch Bananas” will be enough to tempt any tastebud.
Experience Portorosa and enjoy fresh, quality produce featured on a tempting Italian menu combining traditional dishes, a variety of seafood specialties plus favourites such as pizzas and pasta, complimented by an extensive list of Australian wines and imported beers.
This bright and airy restaurant provides the perfect vantage point to watch the bustling streets of Fremantle whilst enjoying a glass of vino.
With gorgeous bi-folding timber windows that open up the restaurant to the Freo sunshine, a lovely al fresco dining area with shady umbrellas for the summertime and heaters for the winter, Portorosa is ideal for a casual lunch or dinner at any time of year.
If you are looking for fast friendly service and fantastic food...
SANDRINO IS THE PLACE TO BE!
Sandrino is one of Fremantle's most popular eateries. The menu is influenced by the flavours of the Adriatic and Sandrino prides itself on real wood fired pizza and fresh local seafood. The service is fast and friendly with an atmosphere that oozes Fremantle.
Our lunch menu offers a selection of meals including our famous Bianca sandwiches.
There is an extensive dinner menu to choose from, along with weekly specials created by our head chef Eddie Kubale.
The pizza chefs, perform spectacular shows in the art of pizza making. Maria's hand made pasta is made with love and all the passion of the Italian culture.
Join the action of the open kitchen were you can feel the buzzing atmosphere that is complemented by the smiling attentive staff which will cater to your every need.
The restaurant is an excellent venue for functions and perfect for those seeking an enjoyable dinning experience. If you are looking for fun, excitement and fantastic food Sandrino is the place to be.
Kailis Fish & Lobster Market Cafe,
located on the waterfront at Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, provides the finest seafood available and excellent service in a working fish market environment, creating one of the most unique and memorable seafood experiences in the world.
Enjoy fresh fish and chips upon the famous Fremantle boat harbour, and soak up the atmosphere of a real-life fish and lobster market, serving the freshest seafood along with the tastiest of traditional seafood recipes.
First founded as 'G.P Kailis and Sons' fish market in 1928, Kailis' respect for tradition and knowledge of the fishing industry has seen Kailis Fish & Lobster Market Café inducted into 'The Awards Hall of Fame' through the West Australian Tourism Awards. This passion and experience can be tasted in every fresh fish and chips.
I could go on and on about Joy Kitchen. In fact I have. During my time as a food reviewer at the Fremantle Herald I wrote six reviews of Joy Kitchen between 1997 and 2005.
When I'm asked for tips about dining out in Fremantle I always mention Joy Kitchen first. In one of the reviews I even admonished then Fremantle Mayor Richard Utting who had been quoted in The Sunday Times saying that Fremantle didn't have a first rate Chinese restaurant. I respectfully pointed the Mayor in the direction of Point Street. Interestingly enough Mr Utting has been at Joy Kitchen at both of my last two visits. When Wei Lin and Harry opened their restaurant in an out-of-the-way Fremantle spot in 1996 they had a plan. They would serve the kind of food they would want to eat using the best of fresh ingredients. They wanted to create healthy Cantonese meals as they would at home with the emphasis on quality and freshness. Once when I was speaking to Wei Lin about Joy Kitchen she paused and then said: "Actually it's not a restaurant it is a kitchen."
In the hub of commercial Essex Street, this traditional Turkish restaurant brings a welcome slice of the Middle East and the Mediterranean to the shores of Fremantle. From dips to kebabs to baklava, Istanbul Turkish Restaurant's cuisine is produced fresh, and with lots of flavour, too. The atmosphere gets a bit livelier on Friday and Saturday nights when the belly dancer shakes up a storm.
Frederic Verschoore, was born and trained in Lyon, France. In 1980s worked in the One-Michelin-Star Le Fedora Lyon and Two-Michelin-Star Les Embassadeurs at the Hotel Crillon in Paris before landing the Chef De Partie position in 1993 the 3-Michelin-Star Troigros Restaurant in Roanne. Troigros Restaurant is one of France most respected restaurant operated by third generation Chef Michel Troigros, who recommended Frederic Verschoore as Chef to Margaux Restaurant at Kowloon Shanghri-La in Hong Kong. Frederic Verschoore then spent five years in that vibrant city and met Letitia who was to become his wife.
In 2000 Frederic Verschoore and his family moved to Japan as he had the position as Chef of Palazzo Restaurant at the Royal Park Hotel in Tokyo, a city where French food is popular. After 6 years working in Tokyo, with an opportunity to own a restaurant in Fremantle, he decided to make his dream come true. With his family they came to Fremantle in March 2006. They have the restaurant Great Mellie open on the 11 May 2007.
Chef Frederic has a strong traditional classic French cooking knowledge. With this knowledge he creates his own dishes, yet nothing like traditional heavy saucing. The food is pivotal yet it is not classical French, nor Oriental nor fusion, as Chef Frederic call it “my style”.
Since that time and through the heady days of the America’s Cup, many cafes have come and gone but one constant has been Gino’s on the corner of Market Street and South Terrace, the gateway to Fremantle’s famous Cappucino Strip.
Why has Gino’s lasted where so many others have failed? There are a number of factors - but the biggest one is consistently good coffee that is consistently well made.
It all starts with the coffee. Through many years of trial and error in blending and sourcing beans, Gino’s now produces it own custom blend of coffees. It is selected from the finest beans on offer and blended to produce a consistently good coffee.
Gino’s produces its coffee in a variety of sizes and styles ranging from one kilo bags of beans (suitable for cafes) to a variety of 250g packs for customers to enjoy at home (suitable for either a machine and plunger).
Zapata’s Mexican Restaurant is situated in both Fremantle & Northbridge, with over 200 seats, Zapatas has been pleasing customers for over 16 years. Zapatas brings the spirit of Mexico to each of the large meals whilst you can listen to the latest cumbias, reggaton, salsas and other great modern “exitos” (hits).
Enjoy a night of generous meals, freshly prepared cocktails, a selection of 10 of our exclusive Latin American beers, and nightly specials.
Thai food is internationally famous. Whether chilli-hot or comparatively bland, harmony is the guiding principle behind each dish. Thai cuisine is essentially a marriage of centuries-old Eastern and Western influences harmoniously combined into something uniquely Thai. The characteristics of Thai food depend on who cooks it, for whom it is cooked, for what occasion, and where it is cooked to suit all palates.
Instead of serving dishes in courses, a Thai meal is served all at once, permitting diners to enjoy complimentary combinations of different tastes. A proper Thai Food meal should consist of a soup, a curry dish with condiments, a dip with accompanying fish and vegetables. A spiced salad may replace the curry dish. The soup can also be spicy, but the curry should be replaced by non spiced items. There must be a harmony of tastes and textures within individual dishes and the entire meal.
Bibik Chan's Satay Garden Restaurant is famous for their expertise with satays and other delicacies from the South East Asia region. A true culinary experience, Bibik Chan's is regarded by some as serving the best Rendang Beef in Perth. Two great locations have recently become one convenient location; Bibik Chan's Satay Garden Restaurant in Nedlands.
Welcome to the Cedar Tree Lebanese restaurant, right in the heart of Fremantle’s busy cappuccino strip. The Cedar Tree serves contemporary and traditional dishes including the famous Mezzas. Food is a very important part of socialising in Lebanon with many dishes taking hours of preparation and they think nothing of spending hours eating. The secret to good Lebanese cuisine is that it must be freshly prepared and cooked. You can also enjoy traditional bellydancing on Friday and Saturday nights or perhaps smoke one of the water pipes outside. The restaurant is fully licensed with a good supply of Arak, the traditional aniseed spirit.
Culley's Tea Rooms, the home of award-winning mouth watering pies, daily baked delights, freshly ground coffee and the famous horseshoe roll. Culley's is located in the heart of Fremantle and has been serving the community of Fremantle for over 80 years.
Culley's means quality, this is why we continually win awards for our pies and savouries. Adding to our array of top awards, we were recently recognised for WA's best sausage roll at the Perth Royal Show 2009.
In late 2008 Culley's underwent massive transformations as the classic interior was refurbished. New jarrah finishes, a retro milk bar, a kitchen and a revised menu each enhance the Culley's experience you always remembered. Come in and see the new Culley's today.
The Bengal Indian Restaurant has been in existence since 1981. Originally situated in High Street, Fremantle, it is now housed in the beautiful Old Firestation, one of Fremantle's finest heritage buildings.
The upper section of the building is home to International Backpackers, many of whom gain work experience in the restaurant, adding to the multi-cultural flavour of the restaurant.
Beloved by the local French community, this cafe specialises in fresh bread and pastries baked on site, making it an ideal spot for a light lunch or perhaps a mid-morning coffee and croissant.
Parisian born and trained pastry chef Gerard Machefert has brought a little piece of France to the heart of Fremantle. JJ's Cafe and Patisserie specialises in authentic French pastries all made on the premises. Sit outside under the grapevine and indulge yourself with millefeuille, layers of light vanilla custard and melt-in-the-mouth homemade puff pastry. The bavarois (chocolate sponge with chocolate cream in a chocolate case) is the perfect indulgence after a meal from the petite, but very functional, menu.
A unique eating experience in the heart of Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour and Mandurah’s Peel Inlet. Open Every Day
For more than 90 years the name has meant not only the best fish and chips in a great location in the heart of Australia’s largest fishing boat harbour, but also freshly caught seafood including oysters, mussels, crabs and crayfish, enjoyed with beer, wine or champagne at the waters edge. Cicerello's recently even featured on an Australia Post stamp issue celebrating iconic Australian tourist destinations.
Gypsy Tapas House began in August 2006, created by Una Healy & Stefan Armentano. It began as a place for Freo locals to enjoy quality food in a relaxed atmosphere. Live music was soon added to the mix, making Gypsy a favourite for people all over Perth. In 2010 we opened the Gypsy Karavan, next to the Tapas House. Wednesday nights is Moroccan night, an intimate setting with unique Moroccan dishes and more live music. Here at Gypsy we love food, wine, music, art, sangria, dancing and smiling. Come and join us soon, whoever you are!
As we say in Mexico "Mi Casa es Su Casa" - "My House is your House"
We offer a relaxed and friendly atmosphere - The smile and service are guaranteed!
The Mexican Kitchen has been serving the flavours of Mexico since 1980 in the heart of Fremantle's famous Cappuccino Strip. We offer alfresco dining in the streets of Fremantle and also a downstairs area for large bookings. Our famous cocktail bar houses a large assortment of authentic tequila, unavailable in other parts of town.
What better way to get together, sharing a tapas plate and a margarita at The Mex tonight!
Back in 1985, Rocco Pantaleo and Felice Nania bought a run-down pizza parlour called La Porchetta, located in the heart of Melbourne's Italian restaurant district, Rathdowne Street, Carlton.
Together, they introduced the European notion of providing good quality food at value-for-money prices. This formula proved a big hit with customers and soon transformed La Porchetta into a thriving restaurant.
Using their hands-on business experience, Rocco and Felice developed and refined the La Porchetta franchise concept. Their first franchise restaurant opened in Reservoir, Victoria in 1990, paving the way for approximately 80 La Porchetta franchises now operating across Australia and New Zealand.
The company continues to expand and innovate with the launch of their La Porchetta Pronto concept. Offering a selected range of take-away La Porchetta menu items, and operating from within retail outlets such as shopping centres, La Porchetta Pronto offers prospective franchisees even greater choice and flexibility. The first La Porchetta Pronto opened in Melbourne, Victoria in 2000.
The View Restaurant in Fremantle is a restaurant that certainly lives up to it's name. Located in the picturesque Fremantle boat harbour Perth, the Restaurant provides uninterrupted views of the Indian ocean and the harbour.
Take a seat, sip back on a cocktail or your favourite beer whilst our award winning chefs prepare WA's finest dishes, from locally caught seafood to our wide variety of daily specials.
A perfect venue for a romantic meal whilst you watch the sun go down, or if you wish to hold a large event, we provide private bookings for weddings and functions, contact the team today and make the moment special.
Over 100 years old, the Newport Hotel is a beautiful Heritage listed building. Its relaxed atmosphere attracts people from all walks of life. Local businessmen to transient backpackers and everyone in between come to enjoy the best value brews on Fremantle's famous Cappuccino Strip.
Situated in the heart of Fremantle, right on the popular cappuccino strip, The Monk Brewery & Kitchen is the ideal place to wander in, order an award winning handcrafted beer and watch the brewery run.
The brewery operates from the heart of the venue, giving patrons the opportunity to see and smell the brewing process in action. Our resident brewers invite customers to stick their head in for a chat and a closer look. The Monk’s kitchen is open till late and offers a creative and diverse menu inspired by wholesome foods, using locally sourced, real produce & ingredients.
The Monk is: Authentic beer - Honest food - Real people.
Welcome back to Fremantle's newest old pub, Ball & Chain.
This historic bar has now reopened after over 30 years on the corner of Marine Terrace and Collie Street with a modern twist and Matilda Bay craft beer on tap.
Ball & Chain is your new local with floor to ceiling quality whiskey bar and a selection of pub grub to match the quality craft beer and whiskey labels.
The Harbour Master menu celebrates the best of local produce against a backdrop of historic images of Fremantle Harbour.
Enjoy Spanish-inspired tapas, perfectly grilled WA steak, fresh seafood, made-to-order pizzas and an array of other dishes while sipping a glass of wine from the walk-in wine room, custom cocktail or premium spirit.
The Harbour Master opens daily for lunch and dinner with high tea on Sundays.
You can now enjoy the fresh Fremantle air and sunny park views at The Harbour Master alfresco on Marine Terrace.
Expect friendly bar folk who don't care whether you want to knock back a pint of beer, sip a well made cocktail, or savour hard-to-get whiskey (our top shelf is high and our bar staff short).
At The Odd Fellow, the original live music venue collides with a seriously good bar and delicious deli counter.
Fresh produce, best wine menu on the strip, house music, soft lighting & friendly service ensures a relaxing environment to settle in for the evening
Enjoy its European bar atmosphere, the French style and the perfect matching between wine, cheese and antipasto! Thierry will be glad to advise you on his wine list whenever you want.So... See you soon!
Who's Your Mumma is a chilled out bar located on Wray Avenue in Fremantle.
Great food, drinks and vibes and an excellent selection of cocktails.
Step inside Fremantle's best kept secret for nicely priced drinks, food and cozy tables.
The Fremantle Workers Club is a community meeting place where our hundreds of members and their guests come together to enjoy the diversity and community spirit that is Fremantle.
Live music and dancing are popular activities at the Club and the Club boasts one of the best dance floors in Fremantle as well as great accoustics.
On Sunday afternoons, country rock bands attract large numbers of members and guests who love dancing. The Club also provides a variety of live music every Friday evening:Blues, Folk, Celtic, a ukelele band or a good-old sing-along. Members can enjoy music while eating an inexpensive but superb meal from the Billy Clare Club Cafe or enjoying a drink with friends.
The Club is a popular venue for live music concerts including overseas and interstate artists.
Guests are welcome and we encourage them to become members.
Mojos Bar loves live original music seventeen days a week. It loves it local and foreign, hard and soft, new and old, obvious and obscure, friendly and furious... you get the idea.
From international touring acts with a penchant for intimacy to unknown locals with something else in their eye. If you like yoúr music original and you like it good then get your mojo here.
The first Friday of every month brings Fisherman Style, a massive night of all tings Reggae. The second Friday of each month sees the Hussle Hussle night presenting all manner of beat oriented live acts & DJs.
Navy Club Incorporated owns the top two floors of 64 High Street, Fremantle (corner of Pakenham Street). It is accessed by lift from the foyer.
The Club is free of encumberances, with nearly 500 members from all walks of life.
Any person over 18 years of age may apply for membership. All visiting service personnel are deemed honorary members of the Club upon evidence of their service.
The 3rd level Observation Deck provides a quiet place to drink, with panoramic views of the city, harbour and ocean. This level is open seven days per week.
The 2nd level Function Room has a large stage, projector and 108" screen. It is used for meetings, conferences, sporting and cultural events. Jazz Fremantle have a booking every Sunday afternoon.
It is available for hire by members for weddings or parties.
We are a community club run as a not for profit. We have live music, lawn bowls, futsal soccer, BBQ, kitchen facilities, full sound and lighting, wide open spaces and we are kid friendly. We back onto Gordon Dedman Park and there is a clear view to the playground and skate park.
All our amazing staff volunteer their time to help make the club run and as such you will get the most helpful, friendly,caring staff possible for your upcoming event.
In Summer we are open from 3pm – 7pm every Friday and Sunday for barefoot bowling. No need to book, just come down. For bowling on Saturday afternoons, we'll open up for bookings of 20 people or more if there are no exclusive bookings.
North Fremantle Bowling Club is available for hire for Birthday's, Weddings, Engagement Parties, Corporate Functions, Band nights, Fundraisers and all other events.
Stop in for a coffee and bite to eat, or stay to enjoy the extensive range of wines, beers, spirits, cocktails, aperitifs and champagne by the glass. This spacious and stylish bar is a great spot to catch up on your emails and meet up with your workmates for Happy Hour every day from 5pm. Open 7 days.