Heirloom Restaurant & Bar
Heirloom Restaurant is now open for breakfast daily.
We also welcome group bookings for private functions/celebrations with set menus available on request for all occasions. Menu options available to cater for all dietary requirements.
The Lobby Bar is also open for coffee, takeaway snacks with a full dine-in menu available for lunch and dinner.
In line with the WA Government's COVID-19 WA Roadmap, The Lobby Bar & Heirloom Restaurant are operating with the following restrictions:
- Designated areas for ordering and awaiting takeaway collection.
- Capacity for up to 38 dine-in patrons in The Lobby Bar.
- Seating arrangements as per 1 patron per 2 square metre.
- Strict regular cleaning and sanitizing procedures in place of all service and public areas.
- All service staff have completed the mandatory AHA Hospitality & Tourism COVID-19 Hygiene Course.
- All guests are encouraged to download the SafeWA app and scan the QR code located at The Lobby Bar and Heirloom Restaurant upon entry.
- 6:30am - Close (Weekdays)
- 7:00am - Close (Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays)
- Breakfast: 6am - 10.00am (Weekdays)
- Breakfast: 7am - 10.30am (Weekends and Public Holidays)
- Lunch: Available for private events and group bookings. Alfresco area available all day for open-air dining.
- Dinner: Available for private events and group bookings. Alfresco area available all day for open-air dining.
- Available 24/7
On a day to day basis the kitchen team is led by our very talented Head Chef, Vincy Silveira who cooks up a variety of dishes which are sure to tantalize even the pickiest of taste buds. The menu features fresh, healthy and delicious meals made using locally sourced ingredients. We have plenty of options for gluten and dairy intolerance as well as vegetarians.
Liquor Control Information:
Licence number: 6010144130
Class of licence: Hotel Licence
Name of the licensee: Fraser Suites Perth
Address: 10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth WA 6004
Telephone number: 08 9261 0000
Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence:
• to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or
• for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.Close