Home to the city’s first Westin hotel (and Guy Grossi’s Garum), Hibernian Place has expanded the eating and drinking options in the city’s east end. Serial publican Andy Freeman (Varnish on King, The Flour Factory) has opened Hadiqa, a Moroccan-inspired rooftop restaurant and bar doing a fine trade in mezze and Levantine-accented drinks: think kebabs, cauliflower salad flavoured with ras el hanout, and a heady Old Fashioned (on the drinks list here as a Spiced Old Moroccan).
Open Monday-Friday for lunch and Monday-Saturday for dinner
Best for: Plates with a side of spice
Stand-out dish: The fired lamb, almond and fig
Fab factor: The rooftop location
Address: Hibernian Place, 40 Irwin Street, Perth
Phone number: (08) 6277 0387