WHAT TO DO IN SUBIACO
Our apartments are all located in Subiaco, so we have produced a guide outlining some of Subiaco’s best attractions. The suburb is known affectionately by the locals as “Subi” and is about 4km west of Perth’s city centre.
Subiaco Train Station is at the northern end of Rokeby Road and provides a fast train connection to both Perth City and Fremantle. The 97 bus operates daily from the train station, along Rokeby Road to the QE2 Medical Centre and the University of Western Australia. Buses also run along Roberts Road, Hay Street, Bagot Road, Hamersley Road and Nicholson Road. There is also a good bike path that links Subiaco to Perth City and beyond. The best option for getting around Subi is to walk!
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES
Subiaco is renowned for its eateries which range from fast food to fine dining. With over 130 cafes and restaurants, most culinary cultures are covered. Enjoy Thai, Indian, French, Italian, Greek, Mexican, Japanese, Moroccan, African, Brazilian and modern Australian food. For fine dining try Bistro Felix. Other highly rated restaurants include Meeka (Moroccan), Lapa (Brazilian), Six Senses or Lanna (Thai), Cheers (Japanese) and Tao Cafe (Asian) . For a great burger try Jus Burgers or Grill’d Burgers.
There seems to be a café around each corner in Subi serving great coffee. Some of the standouts are Boucla, Psychomug, Community Coffee Co, Brew Ha and Cake & Coffee Co . For churros and chocolate visit San Churro. For waffles and coffee visit Pitcher and Iron.
PUBS AND BARS
From the smaller intimate venues, like Gold Bar and Juanita’s, to the bigger bustling Subiaco Hotel, The Village Bar and The Vic Hotel, having a drink in Subi is well covered.