After a wander around Elizabeth Quay, on a whim we decided to grab lunch at Six Senses. We were hungry, and easily enticed by the modern Thai restaurant’s lunch special of $16.50 for a main dish. Great value for a city restaurant. The interior of the new-ish spot is modern and a little lavish – well it is next door to the Ritz! We chose a little booth, by a water feature, to dine. There’s also a very stylish bar area at Six Senses. The restaurant is fully licensed, though they allow BYO wine, for a corkage fee.
There’s lots of food choice on the menu – pad Thai, satay and much more. Even the lunch special is a mix and match of meats and methods (choose from noodle, curry or stir fry dishes). The serving sizes are generous. I chose the beef with stir fried veg and rice. While it was a very tasty dish, with oodles of flavour, though I did find the meat dry.
The crispy pork belly dish was a big hit. And don’t worry – there is also regular cutlery if you’re not confident to eat with chopsticks.
Service is ok. The restaurant wasn’t busy (a mid-week lunchtime), it did seem a little understaffed.
The lunch special provides great value for money when dining at Elizabeth Quay. This is very much your westernised suburban Thai restaurant – with a brilliant view of the city skyline and the Swan River. You can also find Six Senses in Subiaco and Leederville.
Find Six Senses at Elizabeth Quay, 11 Barrack Square, Perth (next to the Ritz-Carlton)
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