The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

Overlooking the boats bobbing on the blue waters of Two Rocks Marina, you’ll find The Pickled Herring. My family and I stopped by the licenced restaurant for lunch. We happened to be in the area on a Sunday drive.

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

We’d not been there for decades and was a little sad to see that the old Atlantis Marine Park was fenced off and had not been redeveloped, though King Neptune still sits proudly on the hilltop. There’s a smaller version of him just near the restaurant too!

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

There’s seating inside and out.

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

Though it was sunny, the sea breeze was fresh, so we opted to sit inside, where there’s plenty of tables and comfortable lounge seating.

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks


The food offering would best be described as “Modern Australian” and the menu range from burgers and roasts, to pork belly, fish and chips, parmis and seafood platters. Sweet treats are available from the cabinet any time of day. There’s a selection of cakes, pastries, and more.

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

Being by the ocean, I fancied fish and ordered fish of the day. The king snapper was served with buttered new potatoes and wilted spinach. The fish was very tasty, but a little overcooked unfortunately.The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

My husband opted for the traditional Sunday roast, a bargain at just $20 (or $25 with a glass of house wine). The tasty roast beef was accompanied by roast potatoes, steamed veg and a Yorkshire pudding – all covered in lashings of gravy.

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

All in All

The restaurant has very friendly staff and a stunning view from the outside tables. If you live in the area and like a simple, inexpensive meal, then this spot is for you. Senior Card Holders have a bonus 10% discount.

The Pickled Herring Two Rocks

The Details

Address: Two Rocks Shopping Centre, 5 Enterprise Ave, Two Rocks
Senior Card Discount – Yes 10%
Disabled Access: Yes, ramps from the car park, though it is a short walk.
Grandchild Friendly: Yes, kids menu and toys.
Dog Friendly: Dogs are welcome to sit at the outside tables.

Find more places to eat at around Perth here.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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