A popular escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city, Mandurah lies just south of Perth along the coast of the Indian Ocean. With a large population of resident dolphins, there’s no reason not to head down for a trip out on the water or a dive in the ocean before indulging in a succulent meal overlooking the stunning city.
Overlooking the Mandurah foreshore and opposite the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, the iconic fish & chips and seafood restaurant Cicerello’s is a harbour-side delight. Like the restaurant located in Fremantle, you can enjoy freshly caught seafood from oysters and mussels to crabs and crayfish in Mandurah’s Peel Inlet.
Whether you want to order online or rock up on a last-minute decision, the Mandurah Kebab House is the ideal place for a quick feed. Offering delicious chicken or steak kebabs alongside Iskender kebabs and some for the vegetarians, here you can grab your meal and head down to the foreshore to watch the sun set over the water.
A tantalizing meal at Stage Door | Courtesy of Stage Door
One of Mandurah’s most-loved restaurants, located in the heart of the city, The Stage Door Waterfront Restaurant serves up authentic Australian produce for lunch or dinner. Whether you head down for their classic Sunday roast with a complimentary glass of Rothbury wine, or enjoy sticky prawns, scallop risotto, pork ribs, spatchcock and ricotta gnocchi, there is plenty to indulge in as you overlook Mandjar Bay.
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If Cicerello’s isn’t your scene but you’re still looking for excellent fish and chips, then head to Dolphin Quay in the Mandurah Marina for a meal at Nino’s Mandurah. Not only do they serve fresh seafood, but they also offer burgers, fresh salads, and pasta alongside coffee, cold beer on tap, and cake to be enjoyed whilst overlooking the water. Who knows, you may even spot a dolphin or two swimming by.
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The only Thai restaurant in Mandurah, Silk Thai Restaurant offers creative yet authentic Thai food in the heart of the famous area surrounding the Mandurah foreshore. Indulge in a flambéed hotplate with lamb rack, roast duck in honey sauce, or brandy-basted sirloin dishes in the laid-back setting of the restaurant’s dining hall.
A short stroll from the Mandurah city centre, the laid-back Sunbreakers Restaurant specialises in seafood, steaks, and pasta dishes to enjoy in-house or to-go. With an extensive àla carte menu suitable for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, which serves up some of the freshest local produce, Sunbreakers is the perfect night out for the family or for something a little more intimate.
Mandurah blue manna crab and pea risotto with garlic prawns | Courtesy of Redmanna
From the Cone Bay Barramundi to the Mandurah Sea Mullet, you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the state at Redmanna Waterfront Restaurant. Their modern Aussie dining with a seafood focus allows you to dine along the edge of the eastern foreshore with unobstructed views of the estuary. If you don’t know whether to enjoy hot or cold seafood, the Redmanna Seafood Tower will put you in three tiers of fresh seafood heaven without requiring you to decide.