Comfort Inn Bel Eyre Perth
285 Great Eastern Hwy
Perth, WA 6104
Phone: (61) 8 92593888
Fax: (61) 8 92593899
Bars & Cafes
Wendy's have all sorts of delicious goodies to indulge in. The shop is relatively small and basic, but brightly colored and cheerful. The original scoop of ice cream is available in a variety of flavors from Apricot Yoghurt D'Light to Wicked Chocolate. Mega Choc Shake, Flake Shake, Strawberry Shake and Toffee Nougat Shakes will definitely be loved. Carillon Arcade
Vibrant and fresh, Eve is Perth's ultimate party destination. Located inside the Burswood Entertainment Complex, the club consists of trendy bars, a roomy lounge area and a terrace. Those who come in before 10p don't have to pay an entry charge. This night spot has an impressive list of DJs playing the latest tunes, so that you can burn the dance floor.
Kate Lamont, well known in Perth for her fine food, owns and runs the Lamont's Restaurant. The menu features fresh, seasonal, local produce and is renowned for its stylish simplicity. The Swan Valley Marron is a popular dish, served with a lime and chive beurre blanc or with fresh tomato and basil. This restaurant is fully licensed. The restaurant overlooks the vines of the Lamont family winery. The decor blends nicely with the bush surrounds outside. This place is open from Wednesday to Sunday from noon till late.
Located at the Flying Scotsman Bar, the Velvet Lounge is a tiny lounge with enough space to host musical extravaganzas from time to time. Home to a large number of interesting gigs, the lounge embraces genres like house, alternative, folk, roots, pop, rock, funk and indie among others. Head to the bar for a light snack and wash it down with a beer straight from the tap.
Queens Tavern offers a relaxing haven for the urban professional winding down after work. It is also a great spot to enjoy a savoring weekend breakfast, with a classical trio providing background music, or meet friends for a laid-back Sunday session. Queens boasts a casual brasserie style, with a large garden courtyard and ample off-street parking. The a la carte menu ranges from soup of the day to various salads and yummy entrees.
Located just seven minutes from Perth's Central Business District, Must Winebar has become the jewel of Beaufort Street. The simple interiors may mislead you, but keep in mind - the extensive wine list comprising rich red and fine white wines, from the vineyards of France, Italy, New Zealand, Australia, Austria and South Africa, will dazzle and tease your palate. Chef Russell Blaikie is an expert in French cuisine and makes the finest of dishes, from the produce available in the local markets. With two floors dedicated to serving, the richest wines and the best of foods, your diet will surely go for a toss. Check the website for details about the menu, wine list and rental facilities.
Joe's Oriental Diner is located within the Hyatt Regency Perth. Each of the chefs are from a different region in Asia. As a result, the menu offers dishes from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Entrees include Indian style samosas with mango-tomato chutney and mixed satay grill. The selection of mains includes curry chicken and stir-fry prawns. This restaurant is fully licensed. The interior features an open kitchen; patrons can watch the chefs at work. The antique Asian artifacts complement the wooden tables and polished floorboards.
This award-winning restaurant is an excellent place for special occasions or business dining. The art deco interior in Gershwin's Wine Room resembles a 1930s Manhattan apartment, with elegant lighting and linen tablecloths. Be it a private celebration or a business meet, this restaurant caters to all occasions. Check website for more details.
A happening haunt, Shape glories in its dazzling line-up of live performances from time to time. Sway to upbeat music spun by the DJ as you take in the buzzing atmosphere of this place. Sip on a drink as you give in to the spirit of Shape. A host of genres like pop, techno, rap, ambient and thrash among others find expression here. Check the website for more details on current and upcoming events.
The delightful building that houses Padburys Cafe Restaurant has an interesting history. It was once a gas production plant, a general store and it even survived damage in a 1968 earthquake. The interior revisits the building's general store era. Large pulleys hang from exposed beams and the walls display examples of advertisements from the good old days. The menu offers a good selection plus a menu for children. Start with the seafood parcel served with lobster sauce, followed by Padbury's Chicken Curry. This place is fully licensed. Do check the site for timings.
Enjoy a nice drink as you sway with the jazz rhythms pouring out of The Ellington Jazz Club. This venue pays homage to jazz in all its forms and aims to explore its creative potential. Thus, you will see the city's upcoming jazz artistes put on the best of shows at the club as they treat audiences with some really original compositions. Want to get away from the musical feast? Relax as you nurse a drink in the lounge area. Exciting gigs, ensembles, fusion performances and jams are on the regular menu. You can also take a look at their exclusive merchandise available online. Check the website for exact timings and current and upcoming events.
Han's Cafe proves to be one of the more popular choices for an authentic cheap Asian meal. The decor may not be considered sophisticated, but Hans' food ensures a visit more than worthwhile. An extensive range of dishes is available; choose from noodles, rice, porridge's, chicken, pork, duck, mussels, fish, lamb, frogs or prawns. Sample dishes include Frogs Legs, Singapore Noodles, Red Beef Curry Rice, Japanese noodle and spring rolls.