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Witch's Cauldron Restaurant

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by Sarah M (subscribe)
A freelance writer living in Perth, WA. My blog is coming soon. Watch this space!
Published November 13th 2011
The award winning Witch's Cauldron Restaurant has been a landmark in Subiaco for over forty years. Offering an extensive menu, great value and fantastic service, this restaurant is one you just have to try out.

Images appear courtesy of The Witches Cauldron Restaurant website


The Witch's Cauldron is famous for its Garlic Prawns but also offers a range of succulent steaks and fresh seafood dishes. Choose from several set menus or dine à la carte and compliment your meal with a choice from some of the finest wines in Australia. There are also vegetarian options available, so your are sure to find something you will enjoy. After a enjoyable meal, there are plenty of desserts, all of which are a delicious way to end your meal.

The restaurant is a wonderful way to dine; the ambience is wonderful and the service is great. The waiters are helpful and happy, and they know all about their specials available on the night.

The à la carte breakfast offers such things as bacon and egg on toast ($12.50), pancakes ($15.50) or a full breakfast consisting of sausage, bacon, eggs, toast, potato cake, spinach, mushrooms, tomato ($22.50). All of these things are wonderful, but if you would prefer a smaller breakfast, they offer toast or a fruit salad with yoghurt, which is a great way to start the day.

Lunch and dinner has several set menu's (including a business lunch) to choose from or the à la carte menu. My favourite, the garlic prawns (entrée $24.50 or main $46.50) are fantastic, as was the aged beef fillet with chasseur sauce and mashed potatoes. Plenty of sides and salads are available and a choice of desserts - including pavlova, cheese cake and icky sticky pudding, which are priced from $15.00. The servings are reasonable; it's a bit pricey but definitely worth it.

Images appear courtesy of The Witches Cauldron Restaurant website


The Witch's Cauldron are fully licensed, so beer, wine and champagne are available, as well as juices and soft drinks.

If you are planning a function, then you should think about having it at the Witch's Cauldron. There are set menus available, but only for bookings of eight people or more. If you have a set menu, then there are three different ones available, all at different prices, starting at a three course meal for $68.

Images appear courtesy of The Witches Cauldron Restaurant website


The Witch's Cauldron Restaurant is an ideal place to meet and eat before a show at the Regal Theatre or catching a movie at the Ace Cinema Complex or even before the footy.

The Witch's Cauldron is extremely popular, so bookings are essential. They are open seven days a week. Breakfast is available from 7:30am, Lunch from noon, and dinner from 4pm. They are open until late at night too.

While the restaurant is pretty pricey, between the outstanding food and wonderful service, it is a place definitely worth checking out.
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Why? For a top notch dining experience
When: For breakfast, lunch or dinner
Where: 89 Rokeby Rd Subiaco WA 6008
Cost: A bit pricey, but worth it
Comments
Went here for a friends birthday and had a great time. The garlic prawns are the best in town!
By Anonymous
Sunday, 4th of September @ 03:27 am
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