Pizza and pasta? Japanese? Or maybe a classic Greek feast? No matter what you're in the mood for, Perth's best BYO restaurants have you covered.
So, dive into your cellar (or stop by your local bottle shop) and pluck out your favourite riesling, chardonnay, or pinot noir and settle in for a long lunch or delicious evening at one of these four BYO spots.
Here Are Four Of Perth's Best BYO Restaurants.
NOLITAWe know there's no better combo than Italian food and being able to BYO vino, and Nolita in Claremont know it too.
Choose from a range of pastas from fresh squid ink linguine, to pappardelle with braised lamb shoulder, and pan-fried gnocchi finished with pancetta and gorgonzola. If you're a fan of the grill, try the duck breast with beetroot puree and pomegranate jus.
BYO is available on Mondays and Tuesdays for lunch and dinner service with no corkage fee.
16 Bay View Terrace, Claremont
The team at Yuuma bring modern Japanese cuisine to East Victoria Park.
Start with edamame harumaki, yuzu truffle fries, and the gyoza (pork belly dumplings in chilli oil). As you move down the menu to the 'to feast' section, take your pick of bento (vegetable, karaage chicken, pork belly, prawn tempura, wagyu streak, just to name a few). There's also a range of udon dishes (you can't go past the Dan Dan Udon), along with curries and rice.
BYO is available Thursday–Monday. Corkage is $5 per bottle.
Monsterella PizzaMonsterella is famed for its woodfired pizzas. The handmade dough rises naturally for 48 hours and the sauce is made from San Marzano tomatoes.
There's 18 pizzas to choose from, plus four handmade pastas (spaghetti and meatballs, spaghetti with macadamia and spinach pesto, spaghetti aglio, oglio e pepperoncino, and hand-cut truffled pappardelle carbonara), and the perfect insalatas to accompany almost any item on the menu.
BYO is available seven days a week from 4.30–9.00pm. Corkage is $5 per person.
Lady of RoSubiaco's Lady of Ro serves all the Greek classics, and is run by husband and wife duo Despina and Brian Tanner. You'll find Brian chargrilling in the kitchen, and Despina is the dessert queen (do not leave before ordering her Greek apple cake).
The restaurant seats 50 people, its menu is designed for sharing, and is finished with marble tabletops. To book, text 0417 185 671.
BYO is available Wednesday–Saturday.
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