Eat Drink Perth is cooking up a feast of culinary experiences. Follow your inner foodie, let your tongue do the walking and discover some of EDP’s unique dining opportunities.

From progressive dinners, to food trucks and pasta making classes, each event is something special and more than just a traditional “dining experience”. Immerse yourself in some of the delicious little morsels that caught my eye…



1800 459 388 | reservations by email: [email protected]
Perth Town Hall, Cnr Barrack and Hay Streets, Perth WA 6000 |

Best for…
A group of likeminded foodie friends, who love to indulge in art, history and sophisticated culinary experiences.

EDP Low Down:
Enjoy 3 courses of beautiful dishes with beverages to compliment in some of the finest venues along St Georges Terrace.

Over the course of the evening, in a small group, you will visit three of the newer restaurants to indulge in an entrée, main course and dessert, plus drinks, amongst historic settings that may include The State Buildings, The Public Trustee building, St Georges House and the home of Perth’s first Bishop, Matthew Hale.

While strolling between venues, you will be guided to heritage buildings and interesting spaces to discover art, and regaled with stories of some influential people in Perth’s history before arriving for another course prepared by some of Perth’s best chefs.

Starting at the Perth Town Hall, the traditional centre of town, and finishing in the King Street precinct, the tour lasts 3.5 hours in a fun, relaxed and sophisticated environment. Let Two Feet and a Heartbeat Walking Tours treat you to a mouth-watering night to remember.

The Gossip:

Two Feet and a Heartbeat has been operating for over 5 years and their tours cover history, culture, arts, small bars, food and beverage in a fun, informative and relaxed format. Earning a Trip Advisor “Certificate of Excellence” in 2015 and nabbing #2 of Nightlife in Perth, this little venture has become one of Perth’s most popular walking tours.

March 22, 23, 29, 30 | April 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20 | 6pm – 930pm
$165 per person (for private group bookings, minimum 8 people)
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Call to reserve your place – 9227 0883
Bivouac Canteen & Bar, 198 William Street, Northbridge WA 6003 | Map

Best for…
Dinners with a soft spot for sustainable farming, foraging and local produce. Enjoy a WA-proud menu and be captivated by their origins.

EDP Low Down:
This Local Yokel bush/native inspired four-course dinner sources only local produce from suppliers using sustainable farming and features WA craft beer, wine and cocktails.

This four course dinner & dessert inspired by out of the ordinary local produce will also feature hand-made and small batch brews, wines and spirits.

On the night sustainable farmers, brewers and growers will be on hand sharing interesting stories about their unique practices and lifestyles.

The Gossip:
Bivouac supports community music and art, showcasing local talent at their fabulous venue. RTR Radiothon, Outre Gallery Showcase and “Not You Again” exhibition by Hayley Welsh are just some events Bivouac h ave gotten involved with. Balancing this with a hearty Middle East & Mediterranean menu, it’s no wonder Bivouac is always busy.


Monday 21 March | 7pm – 11pm | $68pp
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1800 459 388 | reservations by email: [email protected]
General Post Office, Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000 |

Best for…
The unattached foodie who would like an opportunity to share a table for 2…

EDP Low Down:
Check “Tinder” at the door. Stop swiping left. Leave the digital world and meet other singles within your demographic in a friendly, non-threatening environment.

This singles event has produced many relationships over the years. This is not speed dating.

The event will meander through the city and numerous venues where you will be placed in a friendly, non-threatening environment with activities and fun games to promote conversation and interaction with other friendly singles.

Prior to the event, you will be contact by Two Feet to gather some information to help promote conversations with other participants.

Includes 1 drink or tasting plate on arrival at 3 venues, plus the chance to find your true love!

The Gossip:
Two Feet and a Heartbeat have run these successful “Singles” events since 2013. They also hold a range of fun tours through Northbridge, Fremantle and even Rottnest. If you’re chasing a scavenger hunt through Perth, a bike tour around Rottnest or the inside life of Sailors in Freo, Two Feet will keep those adventurers satisfied!

23 – 35 years old – 17, 24 March | 35 – 50 years old – 31 March, 07 April | 50 plus – 14 April
6:30pm – 9:30pm |$60pp (limited to 20 men & 20 women)
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0422 426 875
Lot Twenty, 198-206 William Street (entry via James Street), Northbridge, WA 6003 |

Best for…
That couple looking for a lazy Public Holiday date or group of mates wanting to chill out in the sun. Escape the busy city and enjoy this gorgeous relaxed venue with some of the most delicious food going round.

EDP Low Down:
The family at Lot Twenty invite you for a laid back Easter Monday afternoon of BBQ and Eagle Bay Brewing Co. beers.

Lot Twenty has teamed up with Eagle Bay Brewing Co. to bring you the first in a series of Neighbourhood BBQs, focusing on great food, local beer and a relaxing atmosphere.

Enjoy a FREE Lot Twenty Dutch dog (with all the bits) on entry, and relax on the deck.

The Gossip:
Not a drinker? Lot 20 concocts some seriously delicious and refreshing house made sodas. Wanting best of both worlds? Spike with gin – my favourite.

28 March | From 12noon | FREE – but bookings essential
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08 9485 1711 | reservations by email: [email protected]
The Flour Factory, 16 Queen Street, Perth WA 6000 | Map

Best for…
Couples or perhaps a group of ladies wanting an aperitif to begin their night in style.

EDP Low Down:
Join MasterChef finalist Jessica Arnott and The Flour Factory’s resident barman Simon Hough as they show you how to pair cheese with the perfect sherry cocktail.

Includes single serve tasters of three different sherries (Manzanilla, Amontilado/Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez) and three portions of cheese (hard, soft and blue), enjoyed with delicious condiments and lavosh.

The Gossip:
If you’re looking to make a night of it, head down to the Gin bar, order some house made charcuterie and pay $10 for a spin on the gin wheel. Perfect if you can’t decide which tipple to sip!

16, 30 March | 6:00pm – 7:00pm | $50pp
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Cathedral Square, Corner of St Georges Terrace and Barrack Street |

Best for…
fabulous people who love to procure locally made pieces. If you love Perth Upmarket or any of the city’s thriving arts markets, you will love this.

EDP Low Down:
As part of the opening of Perth’s beautiful new Cathedral Square precinct a carefully selected group of high-quality local makers will showcase their wares at a Sunday market held underneath the arches of the Perth Town Hall.

The markets will take place on February 7, March 6 and April 3, bringing another dimension to the already exciting newly redeveloped restaurant, hotel and bar precinct.

In keeping with the elegant design of the new State Buildings, leading WA market collective Settlement have assembled a selection of local makers in the fields of craft, fashion, visual art, homewares, sustainable textiles, stationary, plants and jewellery as well as a selection of delicious food retailers.

The Gossip:
Stall holders have been locked in and ready to go… Al-Jewellery, Bare Botanics, Cartography Collective, Coconut Gypsy, CraftByrd, Feathers of Australia, Gentleman & Scholar, Handmaiden Natural Skincare, THE HONEYCAKE, Hello Miss Moss, Intimates By Monique, Ivy & Isabel, Jacinta Lepoutre, Jyla Ruby, Kiki Leather, MADE 4 YOU, Mountain & Moon, ONNIFER, Paper Plane, Rags to Rugs, RAYN Clothing, Zoe Barry

06 March, 03 April | 10am – 4pm | FREE
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0417 091 343 | reservations by email: [email protected]
Northbridge Piazza, Cnr James & Lake Streets, Northbridge WA 6003 | Map

Best for…
The diner who can never make up their mind and wants it all! Your taste buds will be singing by the end of this tour.

EDP Low Down:
A gastronomic journey through the heart of Northbridge.

Pauline Lynch, from Wandering Wok Tours, developed the original walking tour of Northbridge in 2001. Her new tour, Northbridge Ramble and Relish, has been especially created for Eat Drink Perth 2016.

Join Pauline on this fun-filled walking tour while indulging in many different gastronomic experiences along the way. Chinese, Indian, Turkish, Italian and Mexican tastings will be included along the way.

The Gossip:
Wandering Wok runs tours internationally, taking you to Goa, Singapore or India. Pauline also provides cooking classes in her own home!

24 March| 11am – 1pm | $65pp
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08 9461 3500 | email enquiries: [email protected]
City of Perth Library, 573 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000| Map

Best for…
Anyone who is interested in checking out the gorgeous new Perth City Library and who is keen on getting nonna’s secret pizza dough recipe! You could even pop in on your lunch break if you’re a city worker.

EDP Low Down:
Award winning pizza maker Luca from Cicciobello Mobile Woodfired Pizza will show us how to make and bake the perfect crust using a traditional Italian recipe.

We all love a pizza but it can be tricky to make. The secret of a perfect pizza is to have the perfect dough.

The Gossip:
Cicciobello runs a woodfired pizza truck and can even cater during fire bans. They were established in 2005 and are award winning pizza makers.

08 April | 12:30pm – 01:30pm | FREE
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always credit Christian Sprogoe Photography when published.
always credit Christian Sprogoe Photography when published.

08 9215 0740| reservations by email: [email protected]
City West, Sutherland Street, West Perth WA 6005 |

Best for…
Over 18’s who want to tap their inner child and rediscover the wonder of gastronomic science.

EDP Low Down:
Scitech opens its doors for an exclusive adult only, after hours’ event with delectable, out of this world culinary delights!

Relax and enjoy yourself just like an Astronaut would with official Space Beer, brewed to be consumed in micro gravity. Or try some Space Ice-cream and be transported into orbit!

On the night, see a demonstration of how to make ice cream using liquid nitrogen and dry ice. Compare how the different cooking techniques affect the taste of this delightful favourite.

All ice cream will be flavoured by Scitech’s own honey bees, a uniquely tasty treat not to be missed. Earth based delights and themed cocktails will also be available as this is a fully licensed event.

So grab a drink and explore over 100 hands-on exhibits dotted across the floor, or check out the latest exhibition, ‘Astronaut’ and take a closer look at one of the most unique jobs on (and off) the planet.

From the Moon landings to the Mars One project, astronauts have become synonymous with adventure, exploration and endeavour.

Train, experiment and collaborate as you experience some of the challenges of becoming a space explorer.

‘Astronaut’ also shows how food is grown in space for long-term missions and challenges you to choose suitable foods to eat and drink in zero gravity. You can also experience a rocket launch and explore how you’d sleep or use the toilet in space!

This may be as close as you’ll get to experience life as an astronaut, as Scitech presents a stratospheric and gastronomic After Dark!

The Gossip:
Scitech has been running Over 18’s events for years and it’s the perfect way to perform ‘geekery’ safely and without judgement. This is my pick of the events and I am very excited be going back to Scitech for the first time in over 15 years.

09 April |6pm – 10pm | $19pp
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Eat Drink Perth runs 16th March – 23rd April 2016

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