Eat & Drink

East Fremantle Yacht Club

Welcome to the East Fremantle Yacht Club, a place for family and friends to gather and enjoy sports and social events. Our Yacht Club has been located on the banks of the Swan River since 1933, and with our amazing facilities, are the top sailing club choice in Perth. While sailors of all ages and abilities are welcome, members can also enjoy other benefits such as training, racing, special social events and of course the exclusive access to the EFYC bar, restaurant, gymnasium, sauna, pens and moorings.

Eat Street

Eat Street brings you globally-inspired street style food from our base in Fremantle Markets. We’ve been part of the historic Fremantle Markets for years, putting down roots in 2012 with a permanent American Oak bar and open kitchen. Come for the paella, stay for our street-food inspired small bites and something soft to refresh your palette.

Exquise Patisserie

Exquise Patisserie just newly opened in South Terrace Piazza - opposite the Pickled Fairy. All pastry, cakes and confectionary are handmade by professional pastry chef on site. Our Fruit Swirl Cheesecakes and freshly everyday baked croissants, Gruyere Cheese Quiches are outstanding. And you must be suprised by our gluten free, egg free handmade marshmallows when they are melting in your mouth. They are flovoured by fruit puree imported from France and free of colouring and preservatives. We also offer Detox Juice and Five Senses Coffee. Only high quality ingredients will be used in our shop. Flavour and texture are king.…

Fenians Fremantle and Freedom Festival 2018

Music lovers are in for a veritable feast throughout the ten days of the Fenians Fremantle and Freedom Festival. International acts and local artists will converge on our port city in a program put together by Fremantle’s own music legend, the double Grammy award-winning Lucky Oceans, and fellow musician Donough O’Donovan. Headliners Martin Hayes and Declan O’Rourke both accepted invitations to perform because of the historical importance of the event - celebrating the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the last convict ship to Australia, the Hougoumont, carrying 62 Irish Fenians. Internationally renowned Irish fiddle player Martin Hayes and Dennis…

Fenians, Fremantle and Freedom Festival

 As you wander through Fremantle in early January, make sure you listen carefully. You’ll hear the sweet sounds of one of Ireland’s greatest fiddlers, Martin Hayes and the echo back from his musical confidante, American guitarist Dennis Cahill as they capture the essence of traditional Irish music in a contemporary rhythm to uplift your spirits. Focus again and you’ll pick up the enchanting, rich melodious voice of gifted, Irish singer and songwriter Declan O’Rourke. If you know something about the hidden treasure spots of the West End, you might uncover the textured language of one of Ireland’s best loved poets, Tony Curtis.  There’s clearly something significant happening in Fremantle, to draw such fabulous Irish talent here. Indeed, there is! It’s a ten-day Irish cultural immersion, the first of its kind, called Fenians, Fremantle & Freedom Festival, commemorating a journey made 150 years ago by 62 Irish political prisoners – the Fenians. The Fenians were young men, between 19 and 30, who grew up in Ireland in a time of starvation, death and forced evictions - the years of the great famine. Having exhausted all attempts to gain self-government through political means, they decided to fight for independence and they staged a rising. Their plot was uncovered, they were arrested, sentenced for treason, exiled from their homeland and transported to Western Australia.  After spending months in solitary confinement, it was a bitter-sweet relief when they boarded the very last convict ship to Australia, the Hougoumont, where they shared stories, organised concerts, wrote a newspaper called the Wild Goose, and looked out for each other. You might recognise the name Hougoumont, it’s that funky hotel in Bannister Street. There’s clearly something significant happening in Fremantle, to draw such fabulous Irish talent here. Indeed, there is! It’s a ten-day Irish cultural immersion, the first of its kind, called Fenians, Fremantle & Freedom Festival... They also dreamed of escape. The most famous of the Fenians, John Boyle O’Reilly did escape a year later, on an American whaler. He became the editor of a Boston newspaper and together with supporters in the US and Ireland, organised a crowd funding venture to purchase a whaler, the Catalpa, and rescue his mates from the bottom of the world, out of Fremantle Prison. It’s a big story and there’s a big festival to commemorate and celebrate it. As well as the concerts, there’ll be a family day at the Maritime Museum, art exhibitions, Irish film, literature workshops, remarkable stories and of course, the Guinness …plenty of it on tap at the Festival Gardens and Kelp Bar at Kidogo Arthouse. But you won’t be sitting still, there’s music to get your feet tapping and a traditional Irish ceili dance with an Indian Ocean sunset as the backdrop. After 10 days of celebration and commemoration, you’ll have to get in quick to book a table at the primal food extravaganza and street party, the Feast of the Wild Goose, sponsored by Fremantle BID and supported by the Hougoumont Hotel and the Bannister St traders. This 150 year old story of valuing your culture and looking after your friends is the one we still strive for here in Fremantle. Fenians, Fremantle and Freedom Festival | 5-14 January 2018

Festa Café

A great little cafe serving wholesome food at reasonable prices. Fresh hot and cold lunch menu and friendly service.

Fishing Boat Harbour

Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour precinct is the home to Fremantle’s recreational and commercial fishing fleet and surrounded by boardwalks, café’s, restaurants. The harbour offers visitors a unique insight into the enduring commercial fishing industry that continues to operate in Fremantle and provides a colourful backdrop for an afternoon or evening stroll. Fishing Boat Harbour is a favourite destination for those wishing to sample fresh seafood delights. Options are plentiful from fine waterfront seafood dining, to casual fish and chips on the boardwalk. Craft beer lovers are in their element with the famous Little Creatures brewery located on the harbour’s edge,…

Flames WA European Cuisine

Flames WA is a small, passionate, food-loving, and creative European inspired company bringing our clients a variety of tastes from each corner of Europe. We are non-traditional in regards to our food flavours, we are inspired by all of Europe's best produce created right here in WA bringing great staples with new creative spices and flavours and creative inspirations. We would like to invite you to come and check us out at The Yard in the Fremantle Markets food court in the centre of Fremantle.

Flitch & Leaven

We craft smoked and cured meats, ferments, pickles and sauces, house breads, all made without the use of any chemicals, improvers or nitrates. 

Flying Falafels

Flying Falafels  - Lebanese Street Food.  This is no ordinary Falafel, this is made by Lebanese chef Ali Sarhan (from the old Cedar Tree). His hommus is legendary too, along with fabulous cabbage and pickle salads drizzled with creamy tahini. Falafel is a popular vegetarian street food in the Middle East made from chick peas, broad beans (fava beans) cumin, parsley and coriander. Our falafel is gluten free and suiable for vegans We also serve up Lebanese street food like:Chicken Cigars with mushrooms, corainder andspring onionSpinach and fetta triangles with sumac

Frappes at Gelatissimo

Refresh & refuel at Gelatissimo with their new range of Frappes! Choose your favourite fruit sorbet for a truly icy treat. Vegan-friendly!

Fremantle Bakehouse

The Fremantle Bakehouse is local, simple, fresh and friendly. The aroma of freshly baked croissants oozes from the cafe down the iconic Fremantle Cappuccino Strip, blended with the richness of their Premium 5 senses coffee and the bustle of the cultural clientele and friendly face of the Fremantle locals. An all day breakfast, famous fluffy pancakes, homemade chunky steak pies and sausages rolls, range of sandwiches filled with local fresh product and tempting rolls are just a few items on offer. Renowned for their tempting array of bakery items, gluten free cakes, friands and biscuits, no one can resist a…

Fremantle Barber Co

Traditional and modern mens hair with exceptional customer services! We are located in the same facility as Cup Throat Coffee, so come on in and have a new haircut with a great cup of coffee!

Fremantle Fibonacci Centre

To make a city into a beautiful resonating magnet, we must nurture the Dreamers and the Makers.Dreamt and made by Robby Lang (and Friends!), the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre aims to do this, by allowing people a space to try out their ideas. It is an incubation chamber for ideas.A community of artists and makers creating and working together. Meanwhile, at the BLINCO ST CAFÉ, musicians and poets entertain diners whilst artists and dreamers discuss their visions over fine coffee, and the best Mango Lassi in the multiverse....Massive steel gates lead through to an amazing central creative space. Natural light cascades into the…

Fremantle Markets

The Fremantle Markets has rightfully earned itself a reputation as one of the best destinations in Fremantle for locals and tourists alike, as well as a leading source of independent wares and produce. Fremantle Markets is undoubtedly one of the best and most well-known markets in Western Australia as it offers fresh and local produce, a great atmosphere plus many more great attributes. Most importantly- it's free to enter! Which makes it a great day out for the entire family! Walk the Fremantle Markets Heritage Trail, attached, to explore the unique place the market has in the city’s history. This brochure will…

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