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Where To Go For Father’s DaySep 1, 2017

Father’s Day, a day where dads all over the country put down the wrench they had in their hands from working underneath the car all morning, emerge from the toolshed or garage wearing a newly washed t-shirt now covered in oil, and are shown much adoration and admiration (much to their embarrassment).

Look, we may be stereotyping here but the memories I have of my dad from childhood all involve him in the backyard making some project or other because he’s convinced himself he’s a professional builder, and then cursing like it’s going out of fashion when he can’t make the pieces fit together on an IKEA flat pack bookshelf because he’s realised he’s thrown out the instructions. Sound familiar?

Well, no matter what kind of father you have, he deserves to be celebrated and what better way to show him you love him than by taking him out for a meal. So sit back and look through our top picks of the best restaurants to take your dad this Father’s day… and then choose one!

The Windsor Hotel
112 Mill Point Rd, South Perth


Priding themselves on being able to provide a dining experience that is unique, enjoyable and as tasty as possible, The Windsor Hotel is the perfect spot to spoil your dad this Father’s Day.

Located on the corner of Mends St and Mill Point Rd, this restaurant is doing the unthinkable, feeding dads for FREE! Yep, that’s right, for FREE.

Every father will be able to choose a delicious meal from a select menu that boasts meals like BBQ pulled pork burgers and Sunday roasts. You might not even have to tell dad you didn’t pay for his meal, he’d want you to be able to pay rent for the week anyway right? Right?

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300 Acres Restaurant & Bar
200 The Blvd, Wembley Downs 


It’s the little moments that count….. or the lunches that you buy dad that reminds him that you’re the favourite child. At least until next Father’s Day comes around and it starts all over again. Sigh.

Do something special for your dad and take him to 300 Acres Restaurant and Bar, sitting on, yep you guessed it, 300 acres of stunning land, offering picturesque views that are hard to beat.

Spoil him rotten with their Father’s Day menu that includes entree, main and dessert for only $65 per person, or if that sounds like too much food (when is it ever though?), there’s a smaller option of main and dessert for $55 per person. We know one thing’s for sure, take your father here and he’ll have 300 acres of love for you. Too cheesy?

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Mister Walker
80 Mends Street Jetty, South Perth


Located on Mends Street Jetty, against the spectacular Perth City Skyline, watch the world go by at Mister Walker. Believing in fresh ingredients sourced locally and prepared with love, this restaurant has Father’s Day lunch or dinner written all over it.

Dad will even receive a free schooner of Asahi or a glass of Katnook Estate Cab Sav! Perhaps you could pair that with the slow cooked beef cheek or the classic scotch fillet, and offer it with a side dish of ‘dad, no matter how you like your steak cooked, you’ll still be the rarest of them all’. Feel free to pat yourself on the back after that one.

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The Left Bank
15 Riverside Rd, East Fremantle


Whether you’re treating dad to a feast or having a drink in his honour, The Left Bank is the perfect place to spend Sunday afternoon! Boasting a rich history that dates back to 1889, this restaurant has become a quintessential part of Fremantle’s hospitality scene and remains an old school pub loved by everyone.

If dad hasn’t fallen in love with the views yet (don’t worry, he will), he’s certain to fall in love with the menu! Specifically created for Father’s Day, The Left Bank is offering specials such as the famous ‘Big Bank Burger’, served with a schooner of Heineken for $29. Or the ‘Crustodian Twin Pizza’, served with a Heineken kettle for $65.

The Left Bank is even handing out fortune cookies with every Heineken purchase! Because who doesn’t enjoy being told to ‘never give up’ or that there’s ‘great love in your future’?

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The Guildford Hotel
159 James St, Guildford 


First built in the 19th century, the Guildford Hotel offers two stories of original exposed brick, re-purposed timber, brass finishes and a super impressive collection of recovered decor throughout, making it the spot to hang out in this Father’s Day.

Say shanks to dad with The Guildford Hotel offering Amelia Park lamb shanks and a pint of Little Creatures for only $35! Add that to the fact that he can also get an apple tart or chocolate fondant for dessert and dad might never want to leave!

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Happy Father’s Day to all the dad’s out there, may your day be better than your jokes!

By Kate Gazzard 


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