Perch'd

Coorparoo

Perch’d is a cool and casual fish and chippery housed in an old Queenslander on a leafy Coorparoo street corner and is a serious contender for Brisbane's best fish and chips.  

Perch'd Coorparoo

A sibling for Coorparoo’s popular Martha Street Kitchen, this former café (Coffee 252) has been transformed into a casual eatery/bar where locals can sit on the big, breezy deck and enjoy some old-fashioned fish and chips along with a craft beer or glass of wine.  

Perch'd Coorparoo

Customers can choose from fresh fish such as perch, barramundi or salmon and add a delicious house made side like hand-cut chips, onion rings, battered pineapple or mushy peas.

Perch'd Coorparoo

A popular option is the make it a meal with your choice of fish, chips, salad and sauce.  All sauces are made in-house including tartar, aioli, curry sauce and a secret sauce. There’s a value Pack for Two as well as a Family Pack that won’t break the budget.  

Perch'd Coorparoo

Alternatively, there are tasty chip butties, fish burgers and veggie burgers topped with haloumi, salad and curry sauce.

Perch'd Coorparoo

Perch’d is licensed with locally brewed Green Beacon beer on tap plus boutique wines by George.

Nice to know – Perch'd is dine-in or takeaway.  

By Deb Lidster

Perch’d

252 Cavendish Rd

Coorparoo

Opening hours

Licensed

3705 1174

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