This restaurant is so different because it's on a pier, so you can pull up in your boat and step right up into the restaurant. There is indoor and alfresco dining, which is great in such a picturesque spot - the marina.
Toto's is an Italian restaurant with an extensive menu and wine list.
Favorite Dish: We stopped here for a champagne brunch late on a Sunday morning after being out pulling the cray pots. A terrific spot for such an occasion. We sat outside in the alfresco area which gave us the atmosphere of the boats in the marina.
Because we only wanted something light to go with the champagne, we ordered Calamari Fritti ($19), Toto's Bruschetta - Marinated fresh tomato, garlic, basil, olive oil and Parmesan Cheese ($7.50) and the Seafood Salad - A mixture of prawns, fish, calamari, scallops, mussels marinated in olive oil, lemon, garlic and herbs ($18.50).
The Manager, Paris gave us a complimentary glass of Brown Brothers sparkling wine ($55) which we really enjoyed, so we bought another bottle of that.
Toto's is also a pizzeria. I've heard their pizzas are excellent, though we didn't try them - next visit.
Unfortunately they have a 10% surcharge on Sundays and Public Holidays.
Sorry I don't have any pictures as yet, they were on my phone which got stolen.
fantastic setting right on the water over looking the harbour of mandurah, inside and outside dining, a professional and 5 star service. Very happy staff and well managed by the husband and wife team of Pat and Venessa Jennings.
Favorite Dish: Any seafood dish and any one of their vast aray of local produce meals.
a succulant steak was also a favorite.
We live next door but had not eaten here before. We will certainly be eating there again. The food was amazing, the dessert menu perfect and the general ambience was relaxed and classy.
We took our 5 year old as Scusi also has a great children's menu but although it is a child friendly restaurant it still felt relaxing and first class.
The prices compared to other Mandurah restaurants where we have dined also did not dissapoint.
The restaurant is clean and the decor is calm and lovely. The entrance houses a very large aquariam with beautiful tropic fish.
Favorite Dish: The Dessert menu is wonderful and tasted perfect
This 2 storey restaurant situated next door to the Mandurah Cinema Complex on the Mandurah Boardwalk has great estuary views. We always ask to dine upstairs as it isn't as noisy as down stairs. The last time we ate here we saw dolphins playing under the walkways. The service here is also very good. They don't split the bills but they gave us 2 table numbers so that way we could split the bill.
Favorite Dish: My favourite dish is the lemon king prawns. Just the right balance of lemon & a hint of spice. My daughter loves the chicken bamboo & red beef curry. The chicken sate sticks were succulent & had lovely spices with a hint of lemongrass. My daughter loved the hot chocolate.
The restaurant has the lovely view over the Mandurah Marina at The Dolphin Quay precinct. The style reminds me of a Singapore Food Hall. Basic tables and chairs & loads of asian fare including my favourite Beef hor fun. Great family friendly atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: Only had 2 dishes from here so far. Plan to make this a favourite though. The August special was buy one schezuan beef get one curry beef free. So the 2 dishes cost me $10 . Add $2 for a can of drink almost like Singapore prices. The chunks of beef in the curry were so tender and the level of spice was just right
This is a top class restaurant right on the marina, it also caters for "coffee and cake" which is something every tourist enjoys. We had our coffee and cake on the boardwalk section just a metre or two from the water and the perfect place to enjoy the delightful marina view. The service was good, the coffee was hot, and the staff friendly. The young lady who served us had a strong European accent and upon asking her where she was from we found we had visited her homeland, Croatia just 6 months earlier.
This is a good seafood restaurant catering for a broad spectrum of customers from families with small children who want family fish and chips to the international traveller who wants West Australian Crayfish and local crabs, or local Dhufish, Red Emperor or just the ordinary fishburger or hamburger. The restaurant is modern, has plasma screens playing popular music videos which keep the young people happy. For those who choose to dine outside on the deck over the water there is sheltered seating for hundreds and during summer weekends there is usually entertainment. There is a bar for those who desire wine or beer with their meal. This is a really good place. Prices vary depending on what you order with fish and chips from Au $8 to the more expensive meals which range from $15 to $30.
This restaurant was built adjoining the Mandurah Quay Holiday Resort and is a quality restaurant overlooking the resort marina with views extending into the Peel Inlet. We have dined in the restaurant several times and always had a good meal, however we regularly visit the restaurant during the afternoon for coffee and cake on the outdoor deck. It is a great time to watch boats coming and going, some getting into trouble pulling their boat out of the water on the nearby boat ramp, friendly colourful "28" parrots landing on your table to steal the sugar sachets and the ambience of the place all combine for an enjoyable afternoon break.
Favorite Dish: Coffee and cake approx Au $7 per person. Main meals from $20 per main course
This Tea Room with coffee facilities is one of the nicest places to have tea and coffee or possibly a light meal. It is situated perfectly under a huge Morton Bay Fig tree and right on the estuary giving views across the estuary or back to the classic old traffic bridge. With new premises built a year ago these new tea rooms have become very popular.
Cicerello's Fish & Chips restaurant was established in 1903 in Fremantle and has been an institution for over 100 years. The Mandurah restaurant has been established for many years and has an excellent reputation. The large restaurant is only metres from the estuary and I recommend you dine in the upstairs outdoor section where you can enjoy the sun and obtain an outstanding view of the estuary.
The restaurant has an extensive menu including the normal fish & chips to the more exclusive Western Australian crayfish, local Mandurah crabs, and an assortment of local fish. After a fine lunch I recommend you take a ferry tour around the estuary, the canals and most likely you will see the dolphins.
Favorite Dish: The standard fish & chips are very nice and when the budget can afford it either local Dhufish or Pink Snapper. These are premium fish and are priced accordingly. For a real treat nothing beats the local crabs and crayfish. Childrens serves are available.
My daughter and I found this little cafe on the mall. Quite unpretentious and cheaper than many.
It serves a variety of sanwiches, toasted sandwiches, foccacias, cakes and pastries.
The outside shaded sitting area overlooking the mall was a pleasant place to sit and recover after looking around the shops. The mall catches the sea breeze on a hot afternoon.
Favorite Dish: We both had delicious toasted foccacias which were of a generous size and served with salad.
We have not eaten here yet but on our next visit soon we will be :-)
We will post a report soon.
Favorite Dish: Crab & Cream Cheese Mushrooms
Served with a peach & Avocado salsa
This is a dish i'm sure i will love.
We went to this new restaurant on the first Saturday it was open, it was packed out.
On the menu there was a small selection of various types of dishes, steaks, pizzas and salads. (All $20-25au)
The specials that day were Rack of Lamb($38au) and crayfish($30au for 1/2, $40au for a whole one).
In the front entrance is a beautiful marine fishtank, and even though it's not been there long it already looks good. But the rest of the place is very plain, and the seats are not comfortable. In addition the lighting was too bright and it was very noisy, too noisy to have a conversation at a small table for 4 with us all leaning forward.
Favorite Dish: All the food was good. The steaks in particular were very good, and the sauces very good too.
Cicerello's is a name that most Perth people would know having been originally a basic fish and chips shop in Fremantle for decades. Along with the restaurant on the Mandurah Boardwalk, Cicerellos are more than Fish and Chips Shops, they are seafood restaurants and the meal we had was awesome. It's a nice casual atomosphere looking out over the picturesque Peel Inlet.
Favorite Dish: Sue and Col shared a delicious serve of chilli mussels for entre and then topped up on a yummy seafood basket for main. Both dishes were great with the chilli mussels highly reccommended.
Fish and chips served in traditional paper wrapping but not just a take away !
You can choose between sitting inside in the airconditioning, or outside under the shade sails on the boardwalk overlooking the water.
Licensed bar so you can have beer too!
Less expensive then most restaurants as you have to go to the counter to order your food and it's served wrapped in paper.