Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Fremantle. Fremantle (Freo), Perth’s maritime center, offers a pleasant change of pace from the nearby state capital. From the Victorian Fremantle Markets to the convict-built History Museum to the strikingly modern Maritime Museum, Fremantle is an elegant and energetic spot. Head south and enjoy patio dining on the Cappuccino Strip, famous for its great beaches and boisterous nightlife.
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4 based on 88 reviews
The Modern Eatery offers the sashimi and sushi staples along with a range of small Japanese dishes in a tapas style such as tempura, gyoza and croquettes. Everything we had was good quality and delicious. We ordered 6 dishes between the two of us and we were full. This casual restaurant is deservedly popular as there were no free tables at 8pm on a Wednesday so it is worth making a reservation. Food prices are very reasonable but we thought the wine was a little expensive for a casual eatery with the cheapest at $42 a bottle. You can however BYO for a cottage charge of $10. Would definitely eat here again.
4 based on 48 reviews
Arrived at Fremantle Market one Saturday morning, hungry for breakfast. Jaded by the usual smashed avocado or bacon and egg breakfast on offer. Wanted something different and discovered this place. This hole in the wall was not too busy and we placed our order and sat on stools whilst we waited. It took a while for the food to arrive and we noticed the steps the chef took in preparing the ramen which was placed in a wire basket and cooked in boiling water, then hung to drip before rinsing by hand in water. Finally it is placed in the serving bowl to which were added the condiments of your choice.The menu is simple and in English. We chose one with cooked meat, sprinkling of leeks and soy based soup. The topping is minimal and the simplicity of the meal allows one to focus on the ramen and soup. The ramen is the right texture, not soggy or too soft. The soup was delicious, not too salty or greasy but has the wonderful umami taste. Perfect!Yes, it is simple but less is more. The bowl of ramen was under $10, delicious and value for money considering a cup of coffee is $4 or more. Left feeling satisfied and satiated.
4 based on 13 reviews
Tripped over this restaurant by accident. Great Japanese food and highly recommended for a lunch break. Unfortunately many of the shops in the centre have closed and it looks a bit deserted. Not unlike many parts of Fremantle these days, once you get off the cappuccino strip.
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