If it’s the perfect steak you are craving we have 11 places for all your meaty goodness.
Looking for the best steaks in Perth?
Fancy yourself a carnivore?
The ultimate beef eater?
Well you’re in luck, because we’ve searched Perth high and low to discover some of the best steaks you’ll find out and about. Whether you’re after the finest cut of meat, or just some tasty goods that have mouth-watering sides to accompany, this list has your name all over it.
11 of the best steaks in Perth
We can’t write a steak article and not talk about Fibber McGee’s in Leederville.
If you haven’t dined here, you are missing out. Trust us when we say to book an evening here in the dining room so you can indulge in some of the best steak known to Perth.
The premium grass-fed beef is sourced from their own organic farm, which is then dry-aged in the restaurant until they reach peak flavour and tenderness.
Choose from a 500g rib-eye ($46.00), a 250g fillet ($40.00), a 300g sirloin ($40.00) or 300g rump ($38.00) and you’ll be treated to a delightfully delicious meal complete with hand cut chips (which you can swap for mash), onion rings, mushrooms, greens and your choice of sauce (peppercorn, mushroom, bearnaise, red wine jus or blue cheese butter).
Bring stretchy pants – you won’t want to leave a single scrap of this behind.
Rockpool Bar and Grill
Nestled behind double closed doors near the lobby of Crown Perth’s Metropol hotel, Rockpool Bar and Grill is the brainchild of celebrity chef Neil Perry, and a haven for steak lovers.
As you make your way through the dimly lit corridor into the restaurant, you can see prime cuts of meat hanging up, ready for carving and devouring. But the real magic is in the dishes being lovingly prepared by the talented kitchen team here – which lucky for us, include 9 different steaks to choose from.
Prices range between $49 and $125, with three different beef options: David Blackmore’s dry aged full blood wagyu (9+ marbling score), 36 month dry aged grass-fed Cape Grim or the 60 month dry aged vintage Cape Grim.
Select your cut, then start picking your sides to accompany. The mac and cheese with speck, onion rings, charcoal oven roasted pumpkin and sweet potato with yoghurt, or the green beans with anchovy, chilli, lemon and toasted almonds are some of our picks.
You won’t be sorry with this indulgent experience.
Ultra-hip Tiny’s in QV1 opened in 2018 to absolute fanfare in the foodie community, and since then has continued to impress with its unique and oh so tasty menu.
Beyond having some ridiculously good cocktails and a great wine list to boot, their menu boasts as impressive Stirling Ranges rib eye ($90.00) that is designed to serve between 2-4 people. Complete with potato, wattleseed, confit onion and mustard, this is seriously good.
And speaking of good, enjoy your visit here on a Friday night and be treated to pumping tunes, great vibes and lots of cheersing to be had.
Don’t forget to double down on your beef intake and try their rendition of tartare: raw beef, cured egg, oyster cream and potato crisps.
Is QT one of Perth’s swishest hotels? We definitely think so.
Besides having a stunning interior, and a great rooftop bar, they’re also housing some excellent steaks at their premium restaurant Santini Grill. Whether it’s a power lunch to talk business, or a decadent dinner, here you’ll find two different steak options on the menu.
The 350g New York sirloin on the grill is a well-priced $39.00, featuring pasture-fed 45 day dry aged Cape Grim steak with parmesan polenta crumbed onion rings for a satisfying crunch in between bites of that buttery soft meat.
Or you can go the more lux option at $58.00, which is the exclusively sourced QT rib eye.
A 320g black angus grain-fed cut of beef hailing from Darling Downs in Queensland is delivered to you with smoked tomato butter and a happy tangle of shoestring fries.
Sounds pretty good to us.
Meat & Wine Co
Perth CBD restaurant Meat & Wine Co’s African-inspired steakhouse menu has a dedicated paddock to plate ethos, using top-graded beef that is either grass-fed or grain-fed, or for those who like the richer side of life, wagyu that is marbled and melt in your mouth.
They use an exclusive line called Monte Beef, which is aged between 120 and 450 days.
Prices start at $25.00 and go up to $79.00, and come complete with crunchy chips or farm salad. And if you’re asking ‘where’s the sauce?’ like one MKR judge has become quite well known for, you have your pick here.
Portuguese, barbecue relish, hot African chilli, garlic cream, peppercorn, blue cheese, mushroom, black garlic butter, red wine jus… our mind is boggling at the selection.
Angel Falls Grill
Perth’s very own Venezuelan restaurant in Shafto Lane, Angel Falls Grill, is bringing flavour and flair with their steak offerings – and in a big way.
For those who have dietary requirements, you’ll be pleased to know the venue’s entire menu is gluten-free, with the use of corn flour instead of wheat.And the result is oh so pleasing.
With a variety of different steak options to choose from, their most popular has to be the AFG Parrilla, featuring tender smoked rump cap steak plus chicken tenders, chorizo, congri, yuca chips and their guasacaca sauce ($35.00).
You can also choose to swap the steak for a porterhouse cut or eye fillet too, which brings more variety to the table.
Or take a journey to beef-town with their tepuy degustation ($110.00), which is designed to share between minimum two people (best for groups though as it is big) and comes with 500g of all their cuts of beef and so many sides our mind boggles.
Good things are happening at this little hole in the wall venue.
Not only can you dine on crazy delicious items like crab on brioche, truffle gnocchi or duck with frites and bearnaise (yes you read that right), they also have an absolutely stellar steak on offer too.
Priced at $41.00, the aged beef fillet is lovingly cooked and plated with sautéed mushrooms and a peppercorn sauce.
It’s very, very yummy. And made even better with the restaurant’s well-curated list of phenomenal wines.
Drink, dine and be dazzled by this incredible new hotspot.
With olive and banksia wood on the grill, Perth CBD based Spanish restaurant Ascua is creating a fire in the kitchen and in our hearts.
As you take a seat here, you can relax with some complimentary freshly baked bread (who doesn’t love a tasty freebie), handpicked olives from Eagle Vale and extra virgin olive oil.
But save room, because you’ll want to treat your tastebuds to one of their two steak options on the menu: the 280g Stirling Ranges sirloin ($45.00) or the 330g dry aged feather blade on the bone ($38.00).
Both are served with grilled mushrooms and wood-fired baby peppers, which really showcases their unique Spanish meets Australian approach to food. Just add a cracking glass of red into the mix, and you’ll have all the makings of a meal you’ll appreciate long after the last bite has been swallowed.
Bib & Tucker
When you think of beachside dining, normally your mind might go straight to seafood (and yes we do love all things crustacean, fish and so on too), but don’t let that stop you from considering the steak offering when visiting North Fremantle’s Bib & Tucker.
Priced at $38.00, the charcoal roasted Cape Grim sirloin is a twist on your standard steak thanks to the addition of charred cavolo nero, parsnip and Tasmanian mountain pepper jus.
Feast away, and savour the fresh salty sea air as it surrounds you – you’ll feel like you’re instantly transported to a holiday overseas. Go all out and add on some of their delectable sides while you’re at it too – from the healthier options of a cos lettuce salad, or woodfired pumpkin, to the potato fiend selections of crispy royal blues with fermented chilli mayo or the house-made chips with rosemary salt.
Now this is living.
The Old Brewery
Located on the banks of the Swan River, The Old Brewery is an institution when it comes to silver service dining and fine quality steak.
The iconic location was once home to the Swan Brewery Company, but now is an award-winning restaurant that has become legendary thanks to it’s 1.4 to 2.7kg tomahawk steak.
Best shared between at least two people, this organic Stockyard angus ($15/100g) or wagyu ($18.50/100g) rib eye is hand-carved by the chef at your table for that added wow factor – so get ordering and get your cameras ready.
And while you’ll be in meat overdrive, you also get three sauces or butters to accompany your dish, meaning you can really go all out and get the best of what The Old Brewery has to offer.
With a name that pays homage to its historical roots as a market place, Market Grounds is a modern, fun and versatile venue that will suit all tastes.
You can find this joint in Kings Square in Perth, straddling the lines between the city and Northbridge – and being a double story pub, you can’t miss it.
While the drinks flow easily here, the food holds its own too and has us coming back time and time again.
And when it comes to their steak game, they’ve put their best foot forward with a 1kg dry-aged tomahawk ribeye ($80.00), complete with béarnaise, mustard, house bbq sauce, shoestring fries and watercress.
Someone, please initiate a slow clap please because this dish has earned it.
Get it cooked perfectly pink on the inside, and you’ll savour each juicy bite – and fight with your dining partner who gets to steal the last morsel on the plate.
Watch: Steak night song and dance
You may now begin your steak dance.
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