Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges
The Harbour Master
Experience a warm and relaxed atmosphere at our Fremantle restaurant, The Harbour Master, located at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle.
Dinner: Monday – Saturday 6.00pm – late
High Tea: Saturday & Sunday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
High Sea: Sunday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating” – Luciano Pavarotti.
Sometimes it is all about a stunning venue, attentive waiting staff, outstanding food and a great selection of wine. The Harbour Master restaurant is in no hurry. They take their time and make a dinner an event. When you dine at the restaurant time stands still and you are absorbed in the task at hand – enjoying a wonderful evening out.
The contemporary menu celebrates the best of local Western Australian produce. The Head Chef has created a mouth-watering collection of dishes with a few surprises to tempt your dinner appetite. See our entire menu by clicking the link below.
If an afternoon treat is what you are looking for then High Tea will delight you and your guests. See our High Tea menu below for all the delicious details. Reservations are essential and we serve High Tea Saturday & Sunday between 2pm & 4pm.
Something new at the Harbour Master is our sumptuous High Sea experience. Three tiers of stunning seafood featuring WA catch of the day is served to your table with two cheeky glasses of white! The perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon over looking the stunning Esplanade Park. High Sea is served Sunday 2pm-4pm only and reservations are essential. Come down and SEA what all the fuss is about!
Enjoy a pre-dinner drink in the stylish cocktail bar, serving champagne 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.
Historic Fremantle Location
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.