The humble pasta dish has soared to new heights in Perth in recent years, with renowned Italian chefs experimenting with everything from pig cheek and zucchini flowers to currant ragu and buffalo ricotta. No matter which Italian eatery in Perth you visit, you are bound to stumble across a delicious plate of pasta. So, without further ado, prepare to eat your way through these eight delectable pasta restaurants in Perth. Avanti!

Francoforte Spaghetti Bar

A hidden Northbridge laneway gem, Francoforte is a must-visit for unapologetically simple pasta. Featuring everything from classic spaghetti bolognese to creamy pig-cheek carbonara, you’ll want to grab a seat early at this notoriously busy pasta joint. Our tip? Don’t skip the antipasto for two as an entrée – the platter is loaded with homely Italian favourites and a bargain at only $15.

Opening hours: Sun-Thurs, 5-9:30pm; Fri & Sat, 5-10:30pm
4/189 William St, Northbridge 

Garum

Any Italian food fiend will be familiar with Garum at the Westin. Developed by renowned chef Guy Grossi, the menu explores ancient Roman cooking, giving it a modern makeover. Their pasta dishes include Spaghetti Chitarra with calamari and squid ink in a tomato base, and Tortellini filled with duck, mushroom and sage. They also have a retail space offering specialty items from pickled Fremantle octopus to house-made garum (roman fish sauce) – you can also grab some of their fresh handmade pasta to take home with you.

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Saturday: 4:30pm – late
Takeaway available: 7 days a week
Hibernian Place, 480 Hay Street

Lulu La Delizia

Tucked away in Subiaco’s Forrest Walk, the proof is in the name at Lulu La Delizia – it’s all delicious. Hours are spent crafting and perfecting the restaurant’s extensive pasta menu which is complemented by a heavenly Italian wine list. Keep an eye on their Facebook for the scoop on their weekly chef specials; previous dishes have featured duck and currant ragu, pickled zucchini flowers and saffron spaghettini.

Opening hours: Thurs & Fri, 12-3pm and Tues-Sat, 5pm-late
5/97 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco

Tommy Sugo

Home-cooked and moderately priced, the Shark Tank-nominated Tommy Sugo offers 11 varieties of pasta and an easily customisable menu that is tailored to suit all dietary requirements (their spelt ravioli is a must-try). Its grab-and-go flagship at Broadway in Nedlands is perfect for a quick pasta fix. Grab a cup-full of bite-sized arancini balls for a suitably delicious pre-pasta treat.

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs, 8am-8pm; Fri- Sun, 8am-8:30pm
Ground Broadway Fair Shopping Centre 88, Broadway, Nedlands

Three Coin

Mount Lawley’s Three Coin restaurant is the dream of an Italian family who combine their individual areas of expertise to offer an authentic taste of regional Italian cuisine. Backed by the philosophy that food must be made with only the best ingredients, they source all their produce from local WA producers. Their pasta is freshly made in house each day, and their selection spans from woodfired Ricotta Gnocchi to homemade Pappardelle with slow cooked wagyu neck Ragu.

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 5pm to 8:30pm
2/776 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley

Solo Pasta

Beaufort Street eatery Solo Pasta was put on the map in 2017 for its offering of ‘pasta by the metre’ – and it might be the most Insta-worthy eatery on this list thanks to its inventive spinach and beetroot pasta flavours. With three metres to every standard pasta dish, it’s up to you to add length and choose your base (tomato, cream or olive oil). As an added incentive, Solo have hopped on the eco-friendly train and have ditched their plastic straws for pasta tubes.

Opening hours: Sun-Thurs, 5-9pm; Fri & Sat, 5-9:30pm
628 Beaufort St, Mount Lawley

Il Lido

Once an art-deco cabaret hall, the picturesquely-located Il Lido Italian canteen in Cottesloe is a hotspot for pasta enthusiasts who crave a meal with a view. With seasonal antipasti available from 11:30am daily, pop in and stay a while for a bowl of their house made pasta, which is available from 12pm. This ambient spot is renowned for its generous portions and mouth-watering, Italian-inspired flavours. They also host an ‘Oyster Sunday’ session from 1pm every Sunday, where the ‘King of Oysters’ Jerry Fraser shucks fresh oysters for your enjoyment.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 7am-midnight
88 Marine Parade, Cottesloe

Pappagallo

Pappagallo is a Perth institution, and though it is renowned for its traditional, Roman-style pizzas, the pasta at Pappagallo should be similarly hyped. Head to their cosy Leederville location to indulge in a ‘Pasta of the Day’ (if feeling avventuroso), or take your pick from the menu; spaghetti, tagliatelle, gnocchi, ravioli, risotto or cavatelli just like Nonna makes! Don’t forget to take advantage of their BYO wine nights from Monday to Thursday.

Opening hours: Mon-Sat, 11:30am-3pm/ 5-9:30pm and Sun, 5-9:30pm
250 Oxford St, Leederville

Ciao Italia

Since opening in 1999, Ciao Italia in South Perth has provided many a visitor with a supremely authentic Italian experience. With melodious Italian tarantella music, spirited Italian waiters and terracotta walls, just stepping into this restaurant will evoke a uniquely Italian experience – and the food definitely has a similar appeal. Offering an impressive 17 pasta dishes, purists will delight in traditional recipes and the more adventurous will devour the ‘Ciao Italia’ special – a house combination of chicken, mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes in a creamy white sauce. Be sure to book a table in advance because it is not surprising to find yourself waiting in a line outside the door!

Opening hours: Tues-Sat, 5-10pm and Sun & Mon, 5-9:30pm
273 Mill Point Road, South Perth (Corner of Douglas Avenue)

Siena’s of Leederville

Sitting pretty amongst the bustling life on Oxford Street in Leederville, Siena’s spoils its guests with fine Italian food and service. Segmenting its four pasta menus by sauce and base, making a choice from Siena’s 19 pasta varieties is a humorously difficult task. Siena’s dinner specials ensure a packed house from Monday to Wednesday, with $15 pizza or pasta and $10 cocktails on offer to lucky guests who can nab a table. But, fear not – the spacious restaurant area can accommodate group bookings with ease.

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs, 5-10pm; Fri, 11:30am-3pm/5-10pm and Sat & Sun, 11:30am-10pm
115 Oxford St, Leederville 

If you are looking for pasta restaurants in Perth serving handmade pasta, there are a handful of Italian restaurants you should check out.

 

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