5 Ways to Beat Late Night Hunger in Perth

Perth isn’t known for its late-night dining scene, and it can often be difficult to find something decent to eat after 9pm.

Perth isn’t known for its late-night dining scene. There are more options than there used to be, but it can often be difficult to find something decent to eat after 9pm – especially early in the week!

So what do you when hunger hits? From the convenience of home delivery through UberEATS to the hard work of heading into the kitchen, here’s some suggestions to help beat those late-night cravings.

Drive through

Not the classiest of options – and requires at least one of you to leave the house – but if a burger and chips will satisfy your cravings, chances are there’s a 24-hour drive through somewhere nearby.

Keep an eye out for coupons and app deals to save those essential dollars.

Late night SHOPPING

Perth has a few suburban supermarkets that are open 24 hours, and more that are open until midnight.

Service stations can be a good option in a food “emergency”, although you need to be pretty desperate to eat a microwave hamburger. Great if you’re just after a sugary treat, however.


There are a number of restaurants that serve until late, and the UberEATS app does the research for you. You can see at a glance what’s open, and of course place your order without leaving the couch.

Zeus Street Greek offer a great range of pitas and other authentic dishes (including dessert) to fight your late night hunger. It’s one of my go-to’s at any time of day.

UberEATS is available from 7:00 AM – 2:00 AM (depending on location), seven days a week.


Another option that requires leaving the house, but head into Northbridge or Leederville and you’ll find late-night eats. Many of Perth’s small bars offer inventive menus late into the early hours.

For something more upmarket, Long Chim stays open until midnight on weekdays and 2am on weekends. They’re also available on UberEATS.


Grab a few extras the next time you go grocery shopping, and stash them somewhere in the house for emergencies only.

There are plenty of late night dishes you can make with a few strategically purchased essentials. Think a good old cheese toastie, nachos made in the microwave…you get the idea. Add a few beers from the fridge and who needs to leave the house?

This post was sponsored by UberEATS.

About the author


Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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