Broome restaurants

Top Choice Cafe in Broome

Good Cartel

The hippest place in town to grab a great coffee, healthy juice and Mexican-themed brekkies. Locals queue for their fabled lunchtime burgers. Follow the line of cars behind the Twin Cinema in the business park. Dogg…
Top Choice Tapas in Broome


Ask any Broome local where they love eating and most will say the Aarli, with its wonderful outdoor relaxed dining and the share plates that Broome does so well. Drop in for some quick tapas (Med–Asian fusion) or a …
Cafe in Broome

Green Mango

This great healthy brunch choice in Broome's Chinatown has a wide selection of juices, smoothies and salads, as well as more traditional breakfast fare.
Seafood in Broome

Wharf Restaurant

Settle back for a long, lazy seafood lunch with waterside ambience and the chance of a whale sighting. OK, it's pricey and the service fluctuates, but the wine's cold, the sea stunning and the chilli crab and barram…
Cafe in Broome

The Lockup

Great coffee, cheap breakfasts and wholesome southeast Asian-inspired lunches feature at this mostly outdoors licensed cafe on the site of an old jail. Enter via the narrow entrance behind the big boab.
Cafe in Broome

Cable Beach General Store & Cafe

Cable Beach unplugged – a typical Aussie corner shop with egg breakfasts, barramundi burgers, pies, internet and no hidden charges. You can even play a round of minigolf (adult/child/family $8/6/20).
Market in Broome

Yuen Wing

This friendly grocery is your best bet for spices, noodles and all things Asian. Also stocks beach and camping gear. Find them on Facebook (search for Yuen Wing Store).
Cafe in Broome

The Zookeepers Store

Fans of deconstructed-hipsterism will love the breakfasts, vegos the wide and varied earth fodder and parents the thoughtful cheese-and-Vegemite toasties.
Cafe in Broome

Town Beach Cafe

The best breakfast view in town, with alfresco tables overlooking Roebuck Bay. The simple food (eggs, bacon, pancakes, coffee and smoothies) doesn't quite match the exotic surrounds.
Middle Eastern in Broome

Cairo Cafe

Local vegetarians (and vegans) swear by the dips, salads and falafels at this humble kebab shop, while huge platters of charcoal-roasted meats will sate most carnivores.