Who's serving the best eat & drinks this ATP Cup
ATP Cup is one of the largest men's tennis events in the world and is coming to Perth in January 2020. We will see the likes of Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal battle it out at RAC Arena.
Outside of the tennis, take the time to eat and drink your way around Perth with some of the best bars and restaurants in close proximity of RAC Arena. Here is your one stop guide to food and drink this ATP Cup…
Tiny’s (400m from RAC Arena)
250 St Georges Tce, Perth
Tiny’s brings good times to the city’s west end, cultivating an inner-city oasis and social centre at one of Perth’s most iconic architectural buildings, QV1. Tiny’s opens into a large indoor and courtyard bar area, restaurant, and specialty liquor emporium.
Eclectic food fuels the good times (and there will be many), fresh vegetables and herbs from the kitchen’s rooftop garden, and protein hits roasted on Tiny’s custom-made wood-fire grill and rotisserie.
Hiss & Smoke at Yagan Square (700m from RAC Arena)
Horseshoe Lane, Yagan Square
Located in the heart of Horseshoe Lane, Hiss & Smoke features Japanese inspired Street Foods. If you like the sound of teppan-charred savoury noodle pancakes, butter garlic fried rice and bite sized skewers, this is the place for you.
You can enjoy twice cooked shoyu chicken wings and braised egg with rice for just $10 as part of their lunch time special.
The Standard (700m from RAC Arena)
28 Roe St, Northbridge
The Standard is a Restaurant and Bar, with beautiful indoor, outdoor and rooftop seating options.
The Asian-fusion menu has options suitable for snacking over a glass of rosé, or a full meal (try their two- or three-course menu special). Every Monday features a Hawker inspired dish or, enjoy one of their rotating share platters any day of the week.
China Town – Billy Lee’s (650m from RAC Arena)
15/66 Roe St, Perth
Open from 5pm-4am, Billy Lee’s is the place to go for a delicious late-night meal. Featuring Chinese Cuisine, there is a dish for everyone which can be enjoyed on their indoor and outdoor tables. The best part, Billy Lee’s is known for their fast and friendly service.
Our must-try recommendations are the Sizzling Japanese Tofu and the Chilli Pepper Soft Shell Crab.
Ippudo Kings Square (400m from RAC Arena)
556 Wellington St, Perth
Known for its creamy broth, miso pork, bean sprouts, pulled pork buns, delicious sashimi and sushi and of course sake, Ippudo is part of a new noodle craze to hit Perth. You’ll also find salads, sides, signature dishes, rice and desserts on the menu as well as a fantastic wine list and Japanese beers.
If you like your aesthetic clean and your noodles just like they taste on the streets of Tokyo, then you’ll love Ippudo.
The Melbourne (350m from RAC Arena)
33 Milligan St, Perth
From ground floor pub to a rooftop bar, you can choose from Australian, Cantonese and Japanese Cuisines to suit your taste buds.
After a day of tennis, you will love the relaxing pub-style setting of De Baun & Co. Or, for a simple yet sophisticated vibe we would recommend Keisuke and Grand Orient, featuring Japanese and Cantonese cuisines. To embrace the fresh air and summer skies, why not try the Aurora rooftop bar. There is something for everyone at The Melbourne.
Market Grounds (350m from RAC Arena)
10 Telethon Avenue, Perth
Market Grounds is an ambient modern bar and restaurant located in the heart of Kings Square. With a modern food and beverage menu designed to encourage social gatherings, this is a great place to meet up after a long day of tennis.
The downstairs restaurant has a dining experience centred around sharing, and the front bar a relaxed and casual dining menu. Upstairs, the oasis-themed lounge/function room boasts exceptional views of Kings Square - the perfect setting for those looking to have a dance and enjoy the mezzanine.
The Generous Squire (450m from RAC Arena)
397 Murray St, Perth
Whether it’s a weekly special, a release of another beer from their award-winning brewery or a beer degustation event, there’s always something going on.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, or even just a beer, everyone is welcome at the Generous Squire.
Varnish on King (500m from RAC Arena)
75 King St, Perth
Varnish on King boasts an extensive collection of bourbons, whiskeys and a 100-odd wine list. Bottle upon bottle of Kentucky bourbons and American whiskeys line the shelves behind the bar, making up Perth’s most extensive range of bourbons, whiskeys, ryes and other spirits.
Varnish on King also offers an innovative food menu known for its fusion of American classics with an Australian twist.
- 30 Dec '19