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Matilda Bay Restaurant & Bar
With sweeping views of the river and just a short distance from Perth city, the award-winning Matilda Bay
Restaurant and Bar will impress the most discerning fine dining patrons.
You ll be hard-pressed to find a regular restaurant
punter who hasn t wined and dined at the
renowned Matilda Bay Restaurant and Bar,
alongside Kings Park and Swan River.
With its stunning riverside location and
delicious food and drink options, it s no surprise
that Matilda Bay is one of Perth s most popular
venues for weddings and corporate functions.
Whether you choose a formal sit-down dinner
in a function room or a cocktail-style soiree in a
marquee, your event will be remembered for all
the right reasons.
There are two main function rooms to choose
from: The Roe Function Centre and the Catalina
Room. The Roe is on the upper floor and takes
full advantage of the magnificent views. The room
is equipped with advanced audiovisual equipment,
making it an ideal venue for corporate seminars
and large weddings. It seats 140 guests, or up to
250 if you re hosting a cocktail-style event.
The Catalina is a little smaller and suited to
private dinners, intimate weddings and business
get-togethers. Seating up to 50 people for a
sit-down event or 100 standing, the Catalina
has its own outdoor terrace that overlooks the
The Wine Room focuses on the corporate
market and offers a delectable choice of a la carte
and degustation menus with matching wine lists.
Matilda Bay Restaurant is legendary in Perth
for serving up superb, modern Australian cuisine
full of fresh flavours, including seafood like West
Australian whole crayfish "from the tank" and
hand-selected dry aged beef from the restaurant s
purpose-built cool room.
There s also a comprehensive range of beverages
available, including French bubbles which are sure
to keep conversations flowing and feet dancing all
MATILDA BAY RESTAURANT & BAR
Perth Metro Restaurant
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