Indiana Cottesloe Beach, Perth's premier coastal venue, is located directly on Cottesloe Beach and offers uninterrupted views from every window, with all tables commanding views of the Indian Ocean and the magnificent sunsets beyond Rottnest Island.
Originally known as the "Indiana Tea House", the original building was a shack-like composite, originating in 1910. It served as a pit-stop for the playground that was Cottesloe Beach, Perth’s top spot for surf, sand and sun. "Cott Beach", as it is affectionately known, is still the place to be.
As a modern beach bistro, you can enjoy relaxed coastal dining in the Bistro, with its innovative menu that focuses on fresh WA produce, delivered daily. It features a lot of share food, great for the beach. A wood-fire oven permeates the menu, as well as salads, steaks and seafood.
Team this with an excellent selection of wines, clever cocktails and Indiana's signature draught beers on tap and you’ve got a winning combination.
Beachgoers are welcome to dine in the restaurant during the day in their casual gear (shirt and shoes required). After 6:00pm, smart, neat attire is required for dinner.
Enjoying the fresh sea air over lunch or catching the sunset over the ocean with a cocktail, Indiana is a must for all locals and visitors to Western Australia.
Sunday: Coffee and muffins from 10.30am. All day bistro dining from 11.00am to 5.00pm.