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Five Eateries to check out in Mandurah
It may be cold outside this winter, but it’s mighty warm inside Mandurah’s cosiest restaurants.
So, don’t stay inside this weekend. Head down to one of your local restaurants and warm up with some delicious eats from some of Mandurah’s best!
There are so many awesome restaurants in Mandurah that we couldn’t possibly write about them all. Let’s start with a few of our favourites:
A restaurant with the word therapy in its name – we bet you love it already.
Whether it’s snack therapy, cocktail therapy or wine or beer therapy that you’re after, Bar Therapy in Mandurah has it all.
The cocktails are infused, shaken and stirred, the beer is craft, cold and always new, and the snacks are honest, local and for foodies. What more could you want?
The talented mixologists and chefs create their forever evolving ‘while it lasts’ menu – meaning you will never be bored and can forever discover something new.
Head to their website to book your therapy.
If you’re ready to give main meals the flick and believe sharing is caring, then Flics Kitchen might be an option for you.
Known as a purveyor of pushing the boundaries, using unusual ingredients, and bringing excitement into the Mandurah restaurant scene, you can expect the unexpected.
Head chef and owner Felicity Evans says our "kinda like tapas" style of serving food allows for a fantastic atmosphere whilst sharing plates with your friends and family and eating food in the way that you want to eat it.
With regular events happening at Flics Kitchen, there’s always something new to experience too.
Silk Thai Restaurant
Silk Thai Restaurant is well-known as the best Thai restaurant in Mandurah with traditional Thai food, known for being extra spicy and seriously yummy.
Not only are their dishes simply delicious and authentic, some dishes such as their signature dish of lamb coated with Thai herbs and spices, have an Aussie flair to them too.
The Stage Door Waterfront Restaurant
The stage isn’t far away at the Stage Door Waterfront Restaurant. But seriously, it isn’t. The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and Reading Cinemas are both just a few feet away so you can see a show before or after you’ve eaten.
With a delectable range of share plates such as popcorn shrimp and crumbed brie, and crowd-pleasing mains such as an angus beef burger and crab and roast pumpkin gnocchi, The Stage Door has a meal for every palate.
More of a sweet tooth? Why not satisfy it with The Stage Door’s nutella and chocolate jar pudding? Yum!
Don’t stay inside this weekend. Head down to one of your local Mandurah eateries and warm up with some delicious and culture filled food.
Good food is never far away when you live in a Frasers Landing community.
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