The Harbour Master
Mon - Fri: Open from 11am
Sat & Sun: Open 7am-11am for Alfresco Breakfast; 11am onwards for lunch and dinner
Christmas Day: open for lunch only
Finalist for Restaurant within an Accommodation Hotel Award, 2014 AHAWA Accommodation Awards
WEEKEND ALFRESCO BREAKFAST - starts 20th December
Summer weekends are all about being outside, enjoying the great Perth sunshine. Now you can start your weekend with a delicious a la carte Alfresco Breakfast looking out over the beautiful Esplanade Park. Available Saturday and Sunday, 7am - 11am. View our Weekend Alfresco Breakfast menu here.
Experience a warm and relaxed atmosphere at our Fremantle restaurant, The Harbour Master, located at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle.
The contemporary menu celebrates the best of local produce including perfectly grilled WA steaks, fresh seafood, wholesome sides and traditional desserts, as well as new exciting tapas style share dishes. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink in the stylish cocktail bar, serving Moet & Chandon by the glass, premium spirits and tempting cocktails. Accompany your meal with a variety of local and international wines from our walk-in wine room.
Enjoy the fresh air and beautiful park views at The Harbour Master Alfresco on Marine Terrace in Fremantle. Share some delicious tapas style dishes with friends while you sip on a Spanish Verdelho or Tempranillo, or a cheeky local beer. An absolute must try is the impressive hanging skewers served over rustic fries - choose from chicken marinated in tequila or beer marinated in herbs and Creole spices.
The restaurant design features historic images of Fremantle Harbour and surrounds to highlight the link between the development of the city and the evolution of the Hotel site. The Harbour Master derives its name from the first owner of the Hotel site, Captain Daniel Scott, who arrived in Fremantle in 1829 and became Harbour Master until his retirement in 1851. Captain Scott leased the Hotel site to the Government as a temporary convict establishment to assist in housing the first arrivals.