6 Halal Restaurants In Perth To Visit When You’re Hungry


Farah Fazanna •  Mar 07, 2023

Hooray! You’ve just landed in sunny Perth! ☀️ With so many new attractions and experiences in Perth, we bet you’re raring to go. If you’re wondering about where to eat in Perth, don’t worry! There are plenty of halal restaurants here. You’ve come to the right place 😉 We’ve compiled a list of halal food in Perth for the hungry (and possibly cranky) traveller to save you the hassle.

1. Kailis' Fishmarket Cafe

What’s a visit to this port city without enjoying its fresh seafood, am I rite? Overlooking the popular Fremantle Waterfront, Kailis’ Fishmarket Cafe serves the ultimate fried goodies. Make sure to grab a table by the water to get a picturesque view of the fishing harbour!

If you’re with a larger group, we recommend sharing the Seafood Platter and the Fish and Chips Platter. 😄 The establishment serves chicken and alcohol, however, they have confirmed that the seafood items are fried in a separate oil and fryer so there would be no cross-contamination.

Halal status: Alcohol served in the eatery. We recommend you dine at your own discretion.

Address: 46 Mews Rd, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia

Opening hours: Daily; 11AM-8PM


2. Big Booley’s

This one’s for burger and sausage lovers! Head over to Big Booley’s, a halal-certified South African burger joint. The patties are freshly made every day — a killer smash burger 🍔, anyone? The must-tries here include the Big Smoke Burger, where a juicy smashed beef patty is sandwiched between buttery, toasted buns and complemented with cheese, lettuce, tomato, jalapeños and a smoky mayo sauce. Mmm… yummy! If one patty is not enough, you can double it up!

You also must try the Chicago dog where an in-house South African beef sausage is served in a toasted roll. You can add toppings such as green relish, onion, hot peppers, tomato and mustard. f you like a little tang and kick, this is one to try! Big Booley’s also makes their South African-style biltong (a form of dried, cured meat) which comes in three different flavours: salt & pepper, mild and spicy.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: Shop 7/194 William St, Beckenham WA 6107, Australia

Opening hours: 7am-4pm (Monday - Thursday), 7am - 7.30pm (Friday), 8am - 7.30pm (Saturday). Closed on Sundays.


3. MOMO Dessert Cafe

Hands up if you’re a fan of Japanese food AND dessert 🙋 While it says dessert in the name of the restaurant, fret not, the cafe also serves delectable Japanese lunch dishes. Try their signature dishes such as chicken katsu sando, a sandwich filled with a juicy stack of crispy fried chicken and special slaw. Don’t be fooled by the size, it’s actually quite filling!

Another must-try, especially for those who need rice (rice is life, ok?), the volcano beef rice is for you! This bowl of rice is topped with medium-rare roasted beef eye fillet, egg yolk, soy, micro radish and wasabi yoghurt. If noodles are more up your alley, then try the rose tiger prawn yoshoku udon where juicy Shark Bay tiger prawns top a well-balanced rich Udon in a fragrant tomato cream sauce. There are also various flavours of bingsu that are perfect for an adventurous day out in Perth!

Do note that MOMO Dessert Cafe only serves these lunch items from 11am-3pm.

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 3/41 Burrendah Blvd, Willetton WA 6155, Australia

Opening hours: 11:30 am–4 pm, 5:30–9 pm (Tuesday - Friday), 11.30am - 9pm (Saturday - Sunday). Closed on Mondays


4. Birue Cafe

Birue Cafe is perfect if you’re looking for unique and fusion brunch dishes. Prepare to be mindblown by the well-balanced Asian meets Western flavours here! Move over bolognese pasta, here comes the creamy miso spaghetti where a saucy blend of garlic, spinach, fish roe, miso and parmesan cheese swim together. Dressed with fried enoki mushroom, the pasta sits on top of crispy nori. It is both aesthetically pleasing AND delicious!

For chicken lovers, try their crunchy ramen chicken burger where the crispy chicken thigh is deep-fried in a batter made from ramen noodles! Plus sriracha mayo, slaw, cheese and a brioche bun, served with a side of chips 💥

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 125 Riseley St, Booragoon WA 6154, Australia

Opening hours: 8am - 3pm (Monday - Saturday), 11am - 3pm (Sunday)


5. Aram Kitchen

Looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion when you’re in Perth? Here's one that fits the bill! Aram Kitchen in East Victoria Park offers a range of delicious Western, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes. This means you can get paella, steak, gnocchi and ravioli at this halal-certified restaurant!

If Middle Eastern is your favourite, then the lamb chops and fluffy biryani rice is simply a must-try. For seafood lovers, try the barramundi and scallops which comes with a bed of mashed potatoes and spinach. Super yummy and filling!

Halal status: Halal-certified

Address: 868 Albany Hwy, East Victoria Park WA 6101, Australia

Opening hours: 11am–3pm, 5pm–9pm (Wednesday-Friday), 8am–2pm, 5pm–9pm (Saturday and Sunday), 5pm - 9pm (Monday)


6. Scarborough Sunset Markets

If you’re in Perth during summer, the Scarborough Sunset Markets is a must-visit! Think food trucks, artisan stalls, entertainment, a skate park and a bouldering hub, plus a helluva view 😍 You are bound for a good time! And there are soooo many halal options, friends! You will have plenty to choose from. Here are some food stalls that you must try when you’re there:

@donbirria.aus for birria tacos

@bungarayasatayperth for satay with peanut sauce

@torchmybrulee.perth for vanilla bean creme brulee

@mrmelidonuts for Greek doughnuts with honey and cinnamon

#HHWTtip: If you’re visiting Scarborough Sunset Markets, do try to go early (or the last hour) to find parking.

Address: 152 The Esplanade, Scarborough WA 6019, Australia

Opening hours: Every Thursday evening from November to April

Western Australia has a long list of attractions to visit and you won’t want to spend too much time deciding on where to eat. 😄 So if you’re getting ready for that trip to Perth you might want to bookmark this page so you can add these eateries to your itinerary!

This article is brought to you by Tourism Western Australia.