8 Jan 2016

Top 5 Restaurants For A Business Lunch In Perth CBD

Whether you need somewhere to wine and dine a client or you’re taking the office out for a treat, Perth CBD has many restaurants to choose from for a business lunch, which makes working in Perth feel a little less like work…

Lalla Rookh

The bar and eating house at Lalla Rookh is traditional yet creative. The ideal dish to choose from during a business lunch is Il Capo, six specials to share. Not only do you not have to waste time thinking about what to order, head chef, Joel Valvasori-Pereza, chooses the dishes for you based on what’s in season. At $58 per head, this will no doubt impress whoever’s in your company.

Print Hall

With a heritage history, this old newspaper house has always been humming with workers, but today it’s the hum of men and women in suits enjoying a delicious lunch. Whether you just need a coffee, a full-blown lunch or even a golden tipple (Bob’s Bar provides Happy Hour from 4-5pm), there’s so much choice and a buzzing atmosphere that everyone leaves full and satisfied to continue their day.

Old Faithful

If you’re at the stage in your professional relationship that there are no airs or graces, you can call on Old Faithfull to provide good, honest food for hard workers in an American smokehouse-inspired setting. Serving up pulled pork, brisket, burgers and BBQ chicken, the meat is juicy and delicious having been marinated for 12 hours and slow cooked to perfection. It’s so good you’ll probably want to bring everyone.

Varnish On King

If you’ve had a more difficult morning than usual, Varnish on King is an escape from the inner city. Hidden away in the basement of a heritage building, you can roll up your sleeves and ponder over a whiskey. This warm, dark venue has a strong masculinity with bare-brick walls, timber and short ribs. Don Draper eat your heart out.

Jamie’s Italian

A popular favourite from 11.30am onwards, Jamie’s Italian offers comfortable, laidback surroundings with simply amazing food – it’s pretty much the most successful in the country so it would be foolish not to include it. Talk business over antipasti, dig into lamb, steak or pork chop and remember to use a napkin if you plunge for spaghetti Bolognese.

Sheila Woods

Posted by: Sheila Woods

A very experienced migration agent, Sheila has always been fascinated by this field. Her university degree thesis was on Australia’s post-war immigration history (and it earned her first-class honours).

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